Career Service Offers

TUM supports students, alumni, and doctoral candidates throughout their lives in terms of job search, career entry, and career development in Germany and worldwide.

Current webinars & workshops

Revolution in the Recruiting World: How to Apply with AI


The goal of this webinar is to supply you with best practises to be successful in an application process with AI.

Get Ahead in your Job Search with Networking


In this webinar, we will give you the skills you need to use networking to get ahead in your job search.

Q&A: Starting a Career in Germany


Join us for a Q&A with TUM Alumna Isha Panchal (Master Aerospace Engineering 2022), Design Engineer at Airbus, as she spill the beans on her own journey to success in Germany.

TUM Career Guide

Available online and as a hard copy.

Are you looking for a suitable internship? Or do you already have your degree in your pocket and want to start your career full-time?

In the TUM Career Guide you will find everything you need for a successful application and a successful career start. Content on topics such as analyzing strengths and weaknesses, finding jobs, drafting a resume and cover letter, mastering interviews, and much more is available online and as a hard copy.

Get your university’s official application guide at the Alumni & Career office, Richard-Wagner-Straße 3, 4th floor (Mon – Fri, 9 a.m. to 4 p.m.)

→ Check out the preview

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CV-Check & Counseling

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Your application

Familiarize yourself with the standards for resumes and cover letters in the job market of your choice.

We provide the following resources:
• Ongoing Career-Webinars: Overview 

• TUM Career Guide, Chapter 3: Present Your Skills

• TUM Career Days

Fast help


Upload your application documents once you’re familiar with the standards for CVs and cover letters; our career experts will give you personalized feedback after review.

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Effective and personal

Career Counseling

Discuss your individual career challenges with our coaches after you have already informed yourself about topics such as application documents and job search in our offerings.

Patricia Chacon (Bild: privat)

Each seminar and every word of encouragement resonated with me deeply, shaping my understanding of the German job market, as well as strategically applying and building this self-confidence so necessary to face the selection processes. Your dedication to helping students like me navigate their professional journey in Germany has been truly valuable.“

Patricia Chacon (Master in Management)

Sajjad Hossan Jubair

Sajjad Hossan Jubair (Picture: private)

Irrespective to the hectic schedule, I always try to find time to join TUM career’s session.

I was immensely helped through TUM career guide and other sessions which helped me to spruce up my applications than earlier which indeed helped to land into my very first job in Germany after 3 months of my arrival.

I’ll be looking forward to contiue the journey with TUM career service in this summer semester as well.

Sajjad Hossan Jubair (Master Civil Engineering)

Career with doctorate

You have recently completed your doctorate and are now looking for a suitable career start? You need advice around the industry change from university to industry? We support you with our exclusive career program for PhD students and postdocs.

Looking for role models? These alumni earned their doctorates at TUM

Architect and Urban Planner Doris Zoller

“Climate Change Mitigation Is the Biggest Challenge in Housing”

TUM Alumna Doris Zoller has always found herself in male-dominated environments. However, for her this is not an issue. As a strategic planner for the Housing Department of the City of Munich, she carries out her duties with seasoned poise. Her time at TUM further honed her knack for networking and her readiness to embrace new ideas.

Mechanical Engineering Expert Hans Ingo Weber

“My Career Is Entirely Built on the Fertile Ground of Kurt Magnus' Institute” 

A DAAD scholarship led Hans Ingo Weber from Brazil to Munich in 1968 to TUM, where he pursued his PhD under the guidance of renowned professor Kurt Magnus, a pioneer in mechatronics. This period not only shaped his academic career but also led to unforgettable experiences and lasting friendships.

Professor Uchendu Eugene Chigbu

“A Well-Written and Implemented Good Idea Can Improve People's Lives”

TUM Alumni was born in a rural town in Nigeria. Already as a teenager, he was concerned about how rural areas could be developed further and the lives of the local people improved. To learn more about this subject from an international luminary in this field, he went to TUM in Munich for his master's, a doctorate and to be a postdoctoral researcher.

Silke Maurer - Manager with Heart and Soul

“I've Learned a Great Deal from My International Teams”

She encourages people to consciously take on challenges in order to broaden their own horizons. Her own career shows that this approach can lead to a fulfilling and exciting professional life.

Entrepreneur Florian Bauer

“Entrepreneurship Is Hugely Fulfilling”

TUM alumnus Florian Bauer has always wanted to do something to combat climate change. His time studying and completing his doctorate at TUM equipped him for this challenge. With his start-up, Bauer is well on the way to revolutionizing wind energy.

Mentoring tandem Elena Simperl and Phillip Schneider

“I Learned That Research Is a Team Sport”

As a mentee, Phillip Schneider received decisive professional and personal support from his mentor Elena Simperl. In fact, the mentorship resulted in a joint publication – and in Phillip Schneider's desire to become a mentor himself.

Podcast with TUM Alumna Dr. Viktoria Leonhard (in German)

“To Lead Well, You Have to Like People”

The job entry has been successfully completed and now you can move on. How do you get your first management position? What qualifications are crucial? What does the daily routine of a manager look like? And is leadership actually fun?

Career Service International

Hier finden Sie Unterstützung bei der Vorbereitung auf den Arbeitsmarkt Ihrer Wahl.

Internationale TUM Studierende

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

Here you will find assistance in preparing for the job market of your choice.

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

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 and TUM Alumnus form a successful mentoring tandem (Magdalena Jooß/TUM).

Worldwide Network
Professional Experience by the TUM Community

TUM Alumni offer first-hand professional experience and volunteer to students as friendly advisors.

TUM Mentoring Programmes are among the longest and most successful programmes within the TUM Community. 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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Anke Graf - Alumni & Career Referentin

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Anke Graf

Focus: International Students & graduates

+49 89 289 22605 (On parental leave)

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Claus Schultze-Rhonhof

Focus: Students & graduates

+49 89 289 22138

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Dr. Sabrina Eisele (Bild: Magdalena Jooß/TUM).

Dr. Sabrina Eisele

Focus: PhDs & Postdocs

+49 89 289 22563

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