KontakTUM Magazine

KontakTUM is issued twice a year in German and English language. Over 40 pages focusses on different key topics – in the center the individual biographies and achievements of the TUM Alumni.

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The current issue of TUM’s Alumni Magazin is called

It was a pleasure! An Interview Issue on the Anniversary’s Final Round

On 84 pages the current KontakTUM reviews the Anniversary Year of TUM. The magazine also once again focuses on the Alumni of TUM: five impressive alumni will share in an interview how their time at TUM has shaped them and what made them grow – professionally, as well as privately. In the KontakTUM Programme section of the magazine you will furthermore find a wide range of events. As an alumni you have countless possibilities to return to your alma mater or to profit from TUM’s career offers.

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