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Career Events
You have finished your studies and are now thinking about what’s next? You are at a crossroads in your career and would like to refocus? The Career Service offers life-long and free services relating to all aspects of your career.

Irrtümer im Bewerbungsprozess

Webinar,Online

Typische Fehler vermeiden und sich nicht auf Halbwissen im Bewerbungsprozess verlassen

Acing Your Job Interview in Germany

Webinar,Online

A job interview is tricky for everybody but especially challenging for international students because of intercultural differences

Social Media for Networking and Jobhunting

Webinar,Online

Learn about the best practices for networking on social media

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Online CV-Check

Just upload your documents and get written feedback from our experts.

Walk-In Careers Counseling

Support in preparing your application documents and charting your next career step. Call us or send us an e-mail to arrange a personal consultation appointment.

Email: alumniundcareer@tum.de

Career Hotline: +49 89-289 22186 (Mo-Fr, 9 am to 4 pm)

Email: alumniundcareer@tum.de

 

The Career Service offers career advice for students, doctoral candidates and alumni

The Career Service offers career advice for students, doctoral candidates and alumni (Image: Alexander Gerner/TUM)

Online Career Day

December 8, 2020

What is the next step in your career? Find out at the virtual Career Day. All events take place via zoom.

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Program Online Career Day

Bewerbung und Jobsuche in Pandemiezeiten

Webinar,Online

Erfahrungsberichte und ausgewählte Studien zur aktuellen Bewerbungs- und Rekrutierungssituation

Q&A - CV and Cover Letter

Webinar,Online

Online Career Day Event - Career experts answer your questions to ensure that your application documents represent you in the best way possible

Erwartungen an Young Professionals

Webinar,Online

Wie wichtig ist der Erwerb von Schlüsselkompetenzen in den ersten Berufsjahren?

BRUSA Elektronik (München) GmbH
08 Dec

BRUSA Elektronik (München) GmbH

Miscellaneous,Online

Entwicklung der nächsten Generation des induktiven Ladens für Automotive Anwendung sowie Entwicklung & Herstellung von innovativen Produkten für E-Autos.

TNG Technology Consulting GmbH
08 Dec

TNG Technology Consulting GmbH

Miscellaneous,Online

TNG ist eine partnerschaftlich organisierte IT-Beratung. Wir arbeiten kundenorientiert an vielfältigen Projekten in den Bereichen agile Softwareentwicklung, Künstliche Intelligenz und DevOps & Cloud.

Voltaro GmbH
08 Dec

Voltaro GmbH

Miscellaneous,Online

VOLTARO macht Gebäude zu Klimaschützern. Mit Solarstrom für Mieter vom eigenen Dach und Lösungen für grüne Wärme und Mobilität. Wir verbinden Clean, Prop und Tech. einfach. digital. nachhaltig.

SÜSS MicroTec
08 Dec

SÜSS MicroTec

Miscellaneous,Online

Mit SÜSS MicroTec den Herausforderungen der Zeit begegnen - in der Halbleiterbranche erwartet Sie ein innovatives und spannendes Berufsumfeld.

COPLAN AG
08 Dec

COPLAN AG

Miscellaneous,Online

Wir sind ein unabhängiges Ingenieurunternehmen mit rund 230 Mitarbeitern an zehn Standorten. Als Generalplaner für Hochbau, Tiefbau und Gebäudetechnik bearbeiten wir alle Phasen der HOAI.

Uncountable
08 Dec

Uncountable

Miscellaneous,Online

We accelerate R&D across the materials and chemicals industry trough expertise in software development and creating real-world AI solutions.

ARRK Engineering
08 Dec

ARRK Engineering

Miscellaneous,Online

ARRK Engineering unterstützt seit 50 Jahren als strategischer Entwicklungspartner internationale Kunden ganzheitlich und eigenverantwortlich in der Produktentwicklung.

Career Lounge - Chancen im Patentwesen

Panel Discussion/Forum,Online

Alumni der TUM berichten über die Ausbildung zum Patentanwalt und die späteren Berufschancen

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Alumni Career Tip:

Matthias Rottmann, PhD Physics 2020

“I can especially recommend the networking opportunities with TUM Alumni (like the Career Lounges) and the TUM Mentoring. The direct personal exchange opens up many exclusive opportunities, such as insider knowledge or contact with a company, which would be difficult to get access otherwise”.

TUM Career Guide

Our manual on how to apply for jobs for students and alumni

The TUM Career Guide is TUM’s official and free application guidebook. Using many examples, it explains step by step how to draft successful application documents. You will learn the most important strategies for successful job interviews, salary negotiations and starting your career.

Preview of the book (Download 1 MB)

Pick up the TUM Career Guide in one of our offices

 

Der offizielle Bewerbungsratgeber der TUM

TUM Career Guide

Alumni with a PhD – maybe also your career path?

Conservator Nora Eibisch

„I have learnt to ask the right questions“

Standing in front of Mark I, Nora Eibisch had goosebumps. The TUM Alumna is dreaming about restoring this computer from the 1940s. She did her PhD thesis in restoration on Konrad Zuse’s Montagestraße SRS 72 at Deutsches Museum.

Entrepreneur Georg Schroth

„I want to find tangible solutions to problems“

TUM Alumni Georg Schroth is the co-founder and manager of the start-up NavVis. Its innovative technology makes virtual tours of airports and museums possible.

Volkswagen CEO Herbert Diess

„Motion is my main passion“

Just a few weeks ago he has reached the top. Since April TUM Alumni Herbert Diess is the new Chief Executive Officer of the Volkswagen Group. A big task, which the 59-year-old engineer takes on with a lot of vigour and passion.

Top Manager Elisabetta Castiglioni

„I draw the best from different cultures“

After her doctorate at TUM , TUM Alumna Elisabetta Castiglioni decided against a habilitation and for a career in business. Today, the sought-after expert for digitisation has an unparalleled international career in top management.

Innovation expert Marion A. Weissenberger-Eibl

„I am fascinated by how new things come into the world“

After completing her Abitur TUM Alumna Marion A. Weissenberger-Eibl did an apprenticeship as a tailor. Today the futurologist is among the top 100 most influential women in the German economy, and she acts as a consultant to the German government.

Technology pioneer and alumni donor Reimar Lenz

„Look for something that is application-oriented, something that is needed“

From scientist to entrepreneur and vice-versa: Prof. Reimar Lenz has already had a distinct tinkerer gene in him since his youth. As a true pioneer of digital photography, the TUM Alumnus develops microscopy cameras that are used all over the world.

TUM Honorary Senator and University Donor Gallus Rehm

„I am grateful to TUM by conviction“

TUM Alumni Gallus Rehm dedicated his life to the art of Civil Engineering with unabated curiosity and fascination. With his innovative ideas he has made a significant contribution to the reputation of his alma mater. Now he has also been honoured with an Order of the Holy See.

Career Service International

 

Internationale TUM Studierende

International first semester students (Picture: Andreas Heddergott /TUM)

Counseling for a Global Career
Whether you plan to work in Germany or anywhere else in the world – here you will find support in preparing for the job market of your choice
Working in Germany
We provide all international students and alumni with support in starting a career in Germany: from creating a personal profile and drafting application documents to charting specific steps for their career.

All events related to “Working in Germany” can be found here

Download: Flyer „Working in Germany“

Global Careers
A degree from TUM is a qualification for careers all around the world. We support you in your job search on foreign job markets, in preparing your application documents for other countries and put you in touch with TUM Alumni who have already been working successfully on different continents.

All events related to “Global Careers” can be found here

Information on internships abroad is available at the TUM Global & Alumni Office

TUM Student und TUM Alumnus bilden ein erfolgreiches Mentoring Tandem

TUM Student and TUM Alumnus form a successful mentoring tandem (Picture: Magdalena Jooß/TUM)

Worldwide Network
Supported by the TUM Community

The TUM Community is the international and committed community of all alumni, students and employees of TUM. TUM Alumni offer first-hand professional experience and volunteer to students as friendly advisors.

Among the longest and most successful programmes within the TUM Community are the TUM Mentoring Programmes. For women, the Women of TUM events are specifically tailored to their needs and provide the perfect platform for boosting their careers.

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Contact

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Anke Graf

Focust: Global Career & Working in Germany

+49 89 289 22605
career@tum.de

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Claus Schultze-Rhonhof

Focus: Career entry & career orientation

+49 89 289 22138
career@tum.de

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Dr. Sabrina Eisele

Focus: PhDs & Postdocs

+49 89 289 22563
career@tum.de

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