Our Bachelor program combining education in business administration with interdisciplinary competencies for sustainable management is offered exclusively at our campus in the city of Straubing. As an inspiring international center of biotechnology and sustainability, this campus is however not only host to students of TUM School of Management's Bachelor in Sustainable Management & Technology program - but to students of all kinds of disciplines around the topic of renewable resources and sustainability.
The exploitation of fossil resources, environmental degradation, and the associated climate change will affect us all, forcing us to fundamentally rethink our approach to business and our day-to-day lives. That makes the search for raw materials and energy sources that are environmentally and climate-friendly a vital area of study and research for anyone who cares about the future of the planet.
At Campus Straubing, research and teaching on cultivation, chemical-material use, and energy recovery, as well as on economic aspects related to the production, marketing, and use of renewable raw materials lie at the heart of our work. Professors, researchers, and students focus on the use of renewable resources and the development of sustainable technologies as well as on their economic implementation.
The campus puts its commitment to energy and environmental efficiency into practice: The new, 40-million-euro laboratory and lecture hall building, built on stilts on the banks of the Danube, is an energy-efficient building constructed using environmentally friendly, low-emission, and regenerative resources!
Other institutions located on site include the Technology and Support Center (TFZ), the Central Agricultural Raw Material Marketing and Energy Network (C.A.R.M.E.N. e.V.), and the Fraunhofer Institute. This close proximity to other important bodies makes it the perfect place for sharing insights and developing professional opportunities.