By choosing to live on campus, you are choosing to really make the most of your student experience at HEC Paris. About 1500 students of 96 nationalities live together on the 300-acre wooded HEC campus. They study, take part in student clubs, play sports, discover French culture, make friends, party and share their dreams… forming bonds that will last a lifetime.
As the capital of the federal state of Bavaria, Munich is an area renowned as the pivotal force behind the German economy. A financial, publishing and technological hub, Munich is the city of choice for many multinational companies including BMW, Siemens and Allianz.
With much to be discovered, Munich has a lot to offer students. From galleries and cinemas to world-class museums scattered across the city, you’ll never be short of things to do. Whether it’s visiting one of Europe’s largest film studios or spending a sunny afternoon relaxing in the park. Conveniently located near the historic main campus, Munich’s many cafés and restaurants give you the perfect excuse to take a coffee break or enjoy lunch with friends.
The Master in Management & Innovation double degree is taught at the TUM School of Management Executive Education Center (EEC). The EEC combines learning with the faculty’s wide range of further education activities.
Forming part of the historic main campus, TUM School of Management is set in the heart of Munich. Students on the ‘Management & Innovation’ program will study alongside other students from a wide range of departments, including Architecture, Environmental Engineering, Electrical Engineering, Information Technology etc. The campus also offers an impressive number of student clubs and cultural events, such as concerts that take place on campus.
The University Sports Center (ZHS) offers its facilities to the students of all Munich based universities. No matter what your sporting ability, the ZHS has an extensive range of activities for beginners to well-practiced athletes. The ZHS is located on campus in Munich’s famous Olympic Park, built for the 1972 Olympic Games. A variety of courses are made available to students in basketball, soccer and hockey as well as swimming, dancing, martial arts and many more.
Sporting enthusiasts will also enjoy what Munich has to offer off campus, as sports clubs and swimming pools are easily accessible for those who want to branch out. The windy Lake Starnberg also gives students the opportunity to try something a bit different like windsurfing or sailing, while the nearby Alps are perfect for extreme sports such as rock climbing, snowboarding and skiing. The small river ‘Eisbach’ in the middle of Munich is also popular amongst surfers who come to ride in front of spectators from all over the city.
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