Mentoring at TUM
TUM offers prospective students, current students, PhD students as well as experienced alumni from science and industry a great number of mentoring programs. You can use these offers in order to develop your personality, discover new competences and extend your personal network. During all of these programs, a personal mentor will support you with advice and assistance for a specific period of time.
BUDDIES for refugees
As member of TUM (= student, employee in administration or research and alumni) you join in building skills and career capacities for refugees as well their integration into university surrounding. > more informations
TUM Mentoring from alumni for students and PhD students
TUM alumni provide support and advice for TUM students and doctoral students over the course of one year. Take advantage of the offer's possibilities and become a mentee!
Applications are welcome at any time! > read more
TUM Mentoring JobTalk
JobTalk is a Short-Mentoring in which students may ask specific questions. Alumni answer and provide their assessment and experience. One question – one conversation! > read more
TUM Mentoring for Scientists
International guest scientists share their expertise and experience with up-and-coming researchers of TUM. Do not miss this unique opportunity – apply to become a science mentee. > more
TUM Emeriti of Excellence Mentoring
for young scientists (post-docs, TUM Junior Fellows) and members of the scholership programme TUM: Junge Akademie. > mehr
In this program, prospective students get together with a student mentor who is enrolled for the respective course of studies and who is willing to share his personal experiences and knowledge. >read more
Start-up Mentoring of Technischen Universität München and UnternehmerTUM supports start ups with their market entry.
Mentoring for female students at TUM
mentorING supports female students at an early stage to orient themselves on the labor market as well as to become aware of their own abilities and goals.
Students can apply at any time until the end of September, for each new mentorING year, which always starts at the beginning of the winter semester.