The Technical University of Madrid (UPM) was founded in 1971 through the integration of the Higher Technical Schools until then made up the Higher Technical Institutes. However, the origin of the institution dates back much further. Teaching in the majority of the Centres was established during the reign of Carlos the Third in the eighteenth century. During these years the Schools were practically the only ones in our country linked to the teaching of Architecture and Engineering. As set out in its statures, the Technical University of Madrid has, among its objectives, the creation, development, transmission and criticism of science, technology, and culture. To this end it also works from its Institutes and Research Centers, assimilating the changes taking place in our society and maintaining its vocation for excellence, which is why it has both national and international recognition.
The Technical University of Madrid holds double recognition as a Campus of International Excellence, a distinction that refers to the quality of its research and teaching activity.
Heriot-Watt University (HWU) School of Social Sciences (SOSS)
Heriot-Watt University was founded in 1821 as the world first Mechanics Institute, as it has grown into its modern day format, a key aspect of the vision has been to be an International University with a Global outlook and this is not only evidenced through the campuses in Dubai and Malaysia but also with the University being recognised as the International University of the year in 2018 by the Times Good University Guide
Students in the IMIM programme will study within the School of Social Sciences and the Department of Business Management. The Department of Business Management offers degree programmes which put cutting-edge business theory through a real-world filter. The aim is to ensure that all learning reflects the current thinking and practices of industry so that students gain the skills and expertise they need to thrive in the work place.
TUM School of Management (TUM)
TUM School of Management carries out world-class research and teaching at the interface between Management, Engineering, Natural and Life Sciences. Part of the Technical University of Munich (TUM), one of the world’s leading technical universities, the school has approximately 42 professors and another 250 research staff. In addition it cooperates closely with almost 90 renowned universities and management schools worldwide. Since its foundation in 2002, TUM School of Management has quickly established itself as one of the leading business schools in Europe with more than 5,000 students. It holds top positions in rankings for both research and teaching. Located in the heart of Munich, TUM School of Management attracts students and researchers from all over the world. Students benefit from a first-class academic training combined with many opportunities to put their theoretical knowledge into practice thanks to interdisciplinary and interfaculty projects with other parts of the university and external partners. They also enjoy the magnificent surroundings of Munich, one of Germany’s most prosperous and fastest-growing cities and a clean, safe and cosmopolitan place to live.