HM Hochschule München University of Applied Sciences

HM Hochschule München University of Applied Sciences (Hochschule für angewandte Wissenschaften München) is one of 101 universities included in U-Multirank for Germany. HM Hochschule München University of Applied Sciences is a large public university located in Munich with 17039 students enrolled (2018 data or latest available). It was founded in 1823. With regard to the scope of its subjects and degree programmes offered, the HM Hochschule München University of Applied Sciences is a broad institution. It doesn't offer programmes in foreign languages. It is characterised by a medium percentage of international students. The HM Hochschule München University of Applied Sciences graduation rate is 53,44 for bachelors (C score) and 88,35 for masters (B score). As made clear by its sunburst chart – a snapshot illustration of the university’s performance profile across the five U-Multirank dimensions – the HM Hochschule München University of Applied Sciences is strongest in Knowledge Transfer. Its overall profile shows top performance across various indicators, with 5 ‘A’ (very good) scores overall. For a comprehensive overview of this university’s performance, see its complete performance scores in the tables below.

HM Hochschule München University of Applied Sciences
Lothstraße 34
80335 Munich
Germany

http://www.hm.edu

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