TUM Mentoring team Daniela Kramer and Tatjana Diepold (Picture: Magdalena Jooß/TUM).
TUM Mentoring team Daniela Kramer and Tatjana Diepold (Picture: Magdalena Jooß/TUM).
Find your perfect Match!

Making the right decisions, setting the course for the future – professionally as well as personally. At TUM Mentoring alumni are available to answer your questions and share valuable experiences as sparring partners.

TUM Mentoring team Daniela Kramer and Tatjana Diepold (Picture: Magdalena Jooß/TUM).

TUM Mentoring Classic

At TUM Mentoring Classic, students and doctoral candidates are accompanied by alumni for one year. They are available for their questions and support them individually in their personal development.

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TUM Alumnus Markus Hartinger, Mentee Jaimie Lu

TUM Alumnus Markus Hartinger and Mentee Jaimie Lu (Picture: Magdalena Jooss/TUM).

TUM Mentoring Professional

The format for all young professionals looking for a sparrings partner on the topics of industry/company change, self-employment, compatibility of family and career, team leadership and much more.

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Engineer Katharina Kreitz

Engineer Katharina Kreitz and her team are developing the smallest flow probes in the world. During the founding phase, she sought advice from her mentor Lars Hoffmann (right), who completed his doctorate at TUM (Photo: Magdalena Jooß/TUM).

TUM Mentoring JobTalk

The JobTalk is a short mentoring: One question – one conversation. Students and doctoral candidates ask concrete questions, alumni contribute their assessments and experiences. They get into contact in a timely and uncomplicated way by phone, virtually or personally.

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Mentee Paul Kaiser, Mentor Dr. Thomas Briegel

Mentee Paul Kaiser and Mentor Dr. Thomas Briegel (Picture: Astrid Eckert / TUM).

TUM Mentoring for Scientists

Mentoring for Scientists connects doctoral students and postdocs with (international) Research Alumni and guest scientists. The focus is on personal exchange between researchers at different career levels.

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TUM Ambassador Amaresh Chakrabarti, TUM Mentoring for Scientists, Mentee Paul Bockelmann

TUM Ambassador Amaresh Chakrabarti is involved in the TUM Mentoring for Scientists: He invited his mentee Paul Bockelmann for a research stay in India (Picture: Astrid Eckert/TUM).

This is how it works for Mentees:

  • choose the most suitable format
  • register and create your profile
  • outline your current challenges and motivations
  • upload an anonymised CV
  • We will find the right match for you!

TUM Alumnus Markus Hartinger, Mentee Jaimie Lu
TUM Alumnus Markus Hartinger and Mentee Jaimie Lu (Picture: Magdalena Jooss/TUM).
For whom?

3rd semester Bachelor students and up, Master students and doctoral students

Who are the mentors?

Alumni willing to share their expertise with you over a longer period of time.

How does it work?

As soon as a mentor has confirmed, we will contact you by email. The more informative and expressive your profile is, the easier it will be to win one of our alumni over to take on your mentorship. Should you after a first meeting decide to start the mentoring year together, you will define the framework of your mentorship in an agreement.

Duration?

1 year

Engineer Katharina Kreitz
Engineer Katharina Kreitz and her team are developing the smallest flow probes in the world. During the founding phase, she sought advice from her mentor Lars Hoffmann (right), who completed his doctorate at TUM (Photo: Magdalena Jooß/TUM).
For whom?

All young professionals and professionals looking for a sparring partner for questions related to changing industries/companies, freelancing or entrepreneurship, compatibility of family and career, leading teams and a lot more.

Who are the mentors?

Alumni who are successful in their professional life and would like to support other alumni in developing their career.

How does it work?

Based on your application, we will look for a suitable mentor for you. If you both agree, we will put you in touch with each other for a first meeting.

Should you decide to become a mentoring tandem after the first meeting, you will define the general framework of your mentorship in an agreement.

Duration?

Flexible and based on individual preferences

Additionally you can also register as a mentor

Mentee Paul Kaiser, Mentor Dr. Thomas Briegel
Mentee Paul Kaiser and Mentor Dr. Thomas Briegel (Picture: Astrid Eckert / TUM).
The short-mentoring: one question – one conversation. Students and doctorates are asking specific questions, alumni answer and provide their assessment and experience. Personal contact will be made in a timely and uncomplicated manner via phone, online or by meeting face to face.

For whom?

3rd semester Bachelor students and up, Master students and doctoral students with a specific query.

Who are the mentors?

Alumni who will share their expertise with you on a one-time basis.

How does it work?

Students and doctoral students ask specific questions, alumni offer their assessment and experience. You will get together in a timely and uncomplicated manner via phone, online or in person.

Duration?

One-time exchange. Unless you and your mentor both decide that you would like to stay in touch (TUM Mentoring Classic).

TUM Ambassador Amaresh Chakrabarti, TUM Mentoring for Scientists, Mentee Paul Bockelmann
TUM Ambassador Amaresh Chakrabarti is involved in the TUM Mentoring for Scientists: He invited his mentee Paul Bockelmann for a research stay in India (Picture: Astrid Eckert/TUM).
Personal exchange between researchers at different career levels.

For whom?

Researchers and research alumni, doctoral students and postdocs, as well as master’s students pursuing an academic career

Who are the mentors?

Current and former (international) guest researchers and alumni working in science

How does it work?

Based on your application, we will look for a suitable mentor for you. If you both agree, we will put you in touch with each other for a first meeting. Should you decide to become a mentoring tandem after the first meeting, you will define the general framework of your mentorship in an agreement.

Duration?

1 year – you are free to agree on shorter or longer time frames.

This is how it works for Mentors:

  • choose the most suitable format(s)
  • register and create your profile
  • outline your experiences and skills you want to share
  • we will find the right match for you!

TUM Mentoring team Daniela Kramer and Tatjana Diepold (Picture: Magdalena Jooß/TUM).
TUM Mentoring team Daniela Kramer and Tatjana Diepold (Picture: Magdalena Jooß/TUM).
At TUM Mentoring Classic you will support a student or doctoral student over the course of one year, be available to answer their questions and support them one-on-one in their personal development.

For whom?

Alumni who would like to share their expertise over a longer period of time.

Who are the mentees?

3rd semester Bachelor students and up, Master students and doctoral students

How does it work?

The mentoring team will send you an anonymised mentee profile including a CV and you decide if you can imagine a beneficial mentorship. If the matching proposal meets your expectations, TUM Mentoring will put you in contact with the mentee via email. In this way you are able to set up a first conversation.

Should the first meeting be successful and you decide together to become a mentoring tandem, you will specify the general framework of your mentorship in an agreement.

Duration?

1 year

Mentor and TUM Alumnus Dr. Dominik von Au, Mentee Moritz Kagerer
Mentor and TUM Alumnus Dr. Dominik von Au supports student and Mentee Moritz Kagerer in his personal and professional development (Picture: Magdalena Jooß/TUM).
The perfect choice for all young professionals and professionals looking for a sparring partner for questions related to changing industries/companies, freelancing or entrepreneurship, compatibility of family and career, leading teams and a lot more.

For whom?

As a successful professional, you will act as a sparring partner for other alumni in their career development and support them in their endeavours.

Who are the mentees?

Alumni with prior work experience.

How does it work?

The mentoring team will send you an anonymised mentee profile including a CV and you will decide if you can imagine a beneficial mentorship.

Should the matching proposal correspond to your expectations, we will introduce you to the mentee as a potential sparring partner. If the mentee agrees as well, we will put you in touch with each other for an initial meeting.

The first meeting was a success? Then you can embark on a longer mentorship as a tandem. If desired, you may specify the general framework of the mentorship in an agreement.

Duration?

Flexible and based on individual preferences

Mentee Lisanne Kärtner in conversation with her mentor
Mentee Lisanne Kärtner in conversation with her mentor (Picture: TUM).
JobTalk is a short-mentoring: one question – one conversation. As soon as we have found a mentor for you, we will put you in contact with each other by email. This way you can promptly coordinate an appointment for your JobTalk together.

For whom?

Alumni who would like to share their expertise with students or doctoral students on a one-time basis. Even if you have limited time, you can use this programme to get involved and at the same time get a taste of what TUM Mentoring is like.

Who are the mentees?

3rd semester Bachelor students and up, Master students and doctoral students with a specific query.

How does it work?

You will receive the mentees’ CV and their questions and then decide whether you are a suitable contact person and able to answer the questions. Should the matching proposal meet your expectations, we will put you in touch with the mentee via email.

Together you can then coordinate an appointment for your JobTalk.

Duration?

One-time exchange. Unless you both decide that you would like to stay in touch (TUM Mentoring Classic).

Mentor Prof. Amaresh Chakrabarti and Mentee Dipl. Ing. Paul Bockelmann
Mentor Prof. Amaresh Chakrabarti and Mentee Dipl. Ing. Paul Bockelmann (Image: Astrid Eckert/TUM).
Mentoring for Scientists connects (international) Research Alumni and guest scientists with doctoral students and postdocs. The focus here is on personal exchange between researchers at different career levels.

For whom?

Former (international) guest researchers or alumni who are now working in science.

Who are the mentees?

Researchers and Research Alumni, doctoral students and postdocs, as well as Master’s students pursuing an academic career.

How does it work?

The mentoring team will send you an anonymised mentee profile including a CV and you will decide if you can imagine a beneficial mentorship.

If the matching proposal meets your expectations, TUM Mentoring will suggest you to the mentee as a potential mentor. If the mentee agrees as well, we will put you in touch with each other for an initial meeting.

Should the first meeting be a success you can become a mentoring tandem and start the mentoring year together and define the general framework in a mentoring agreement.

Duration?

1 year – you are free to agree on shorter or longer time frames.

Mentoring Stories

Coach Valentina Luspai

„At TUM I was able to learn and grow“

TUM Alumna Valentina Luspai is inquisitive – about herself, about life and about people. As a coach she fully lives out her passion and her strengths. And she wants to encourage other people to do the same.

Mentoring-Tandem Andreas Talg und Ángela Párraga

„In the future, learning will be virtual“

Mentee Ángela Párraga not only worked on her career planning and curriculum vitae with TUM Alumni Andreas Talg. In cooperation with the expert, she also drove forward the virtual learning offers of an international corporation.

Mentoringn Tandem Dominik von Au und Moritz Kagerer

„We are challenging each other“

If TUM Alumni Dominik von Au and his mentee Moritz Kagerer were race drivers, they would most certainly be at the front of the field. The determination they both have with regard to their careers is remarkable. In their mentoring partnership this is mutually beneficial.

Architect Katrin Kredel

„I am saving buildings and people“

In her studies TUM Alumna Katrin Kredel learnt how important professional teamwork and friendliness at the workplace are. Today, these competencies are the central formula for success for the freelance consultant and TUM mentor.

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.

Business Coach Corinna Schulmeister

„Life is too short for compromises“

TUM alumna Corinna Schulmeister had a secure and well-paid job working in business. But she wasn’t happy, so she quit. Today she works as a coach and trainer, encouraging people to live their dreams.

TUM Ambassador Amaresh Chakrabarti

„Work hard and pursue your passion“

In his native India, Amaresh Chakrabarti grew up in modest circumstances. Today he is one of the pioneers in the field of design research in his country. The TUM Ambassador’s recipe for success is a continuous international exchange.

Mentoring-Events

Erfolgsfaktor Kommunikation – klar kommunizieren im Berufsalltag

Lecture,Online

In German lanuage - TUM Mentoring Vortrag mit Alumna Marion Kaiser: Einblicke in die gewaltfreie Kommunikation

TUM Mentoring Impressions
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Simone Wenig

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Simone Wenig

TUM Mentoring

+49 89 289 29070
mentoring@tum.de

Isabel Werdin

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Isabel Werdin

TUM Mentoring

+49 89 289 29071
mentoring@tum.de

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