TUM offers a wide variety of mentoring programs to prospective students, undergraduates, doctoral students and experienced alumni from science and business.
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Use these offers to further develop your personality, discover new skills and expand your personal network. In all programs, a personal mentor is available to assist you over a certain period of time.
TUM Mentoring from Alumni for students and doctoral candidates
TUM alumni support and advise TUM students and doctoral candidates for one year. If you take advantage of this offer, you can become a mentee or mentor.
Open Mentoring am 10.05.17, Veranstaltung aus KontakTUM Programm 2016-17
TUM Mentoring JobTalk
JobTalk is a short mentoring session where students can ask concrete questions. Alumni answer and contribute their assessments and experiences. One question – one talk!
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TUM Mentoring for Scientists
International guest researchers share their know-how and experience with young researchers at TUM. Take advantage of this unique opportunity – register as a science mentee.
Mentor Prof. Amaresh Chakrabarti and Mentee Dipl. Ing. Paul Bockelmann (Image: Astrid Eckert/TUM).
TUM Emeriti of Excellence Mentoring
for young scientists (post-docs, TUM Junior Fellows) and members of TUM: Junge Akademie. As a scientist, take advantage of the opportunity of individual support for your career through the TUM Emeriti of Excellence.
Prof. W. Götze beim Abschlussseminar am 19.07.2012
The Start-up Mentoring of TUM supports start-ups specifically in the phase of market entry.
KeCK Mentoring for young scientists in medicine
This program for the promotion of young scientists in university medicine is located at the Coordination Office for Equal Opportunities and Career Planning of the Faculty of Medicine.
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Mentoring programs at the physics department
Students will be assigned a mentor from among the lecturers of the physics department.
The mentoring program for current TUM: Junge Akademie scholarship holders is coordinated by the Mentoring Task Force. The mentors come from the circle of TUM: Junge Akademie Alumni.
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mentorING – specifically for female students
mentorING supports female students at TUM in their orientation on the job market as well as in their personal and professional development. The focus of the business-oriented program is on building a sustainable professional network. To this end, renowned companies send mentors.
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Mentoring before your studies You want to know what to expect during your studies and get an idea of what it’s like to study at TUM? Then dive into student life with your mentor right now!
Agnes-Mackensen-Program: Mentoring for women* with a non-academic background
Mentoring and networking for FINTA* first-generation academics and thus for women, intersex, non-binary, trans and agender people, whose parents have not studied. For students and academics (PhD candidates / postdoc)
Tutor and buddy programs for international students
For international students, most faculties of TUM offer support in settling in Munich via tutoring or buddy programs. Local contact persons provide assistance with subject-specific questions and in everyday life.
International first semester students (Picture: Andreas Heddergott /TUM)
Coaching at TUM
Improve your skills and receive individual counseling to help you achieve your goals and perspectives in your academic and professional career.
Studentenservicezentrum BeraterinNicola Theuring-Gedik (rechts) beraet Student Samuel Schroers
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