The Program offers challenging career trainings, an inspirational encounter with career relevant topics, exclusive contact to exciting employers but also to universities and research institutes.
You are studying engineering- or natural science at TUM? You are dealing among other things with topics on mechanical engineering, electro-, energy- or information technology, on physics or specializations within one of them? You are studying cross-disciplinary subjects like Management & Technology? You strive for changes, want to give impulses and take the lead? Then you should apply for a scholarship for the careerbuildingprogram of Femtec!
The Careerbuildingprogram for female students will prepare you specifically for professional practice and future leadership roles. We offer challenging career trainings, an inspirational encounter with career relevant topics, exclusive contact to exciting employers but also to universities and research institutes.
Over a period of 3 semesters with 50 more technical engaged young women, you will get to know our company partners from this industry. You will expand your soft-skills, acquire management- and leading competencies and work together with one of our partner-company on possible solutions for current technical topics in an innovation-garage.
With an internship or a final thesis done in one of the partner-companies, you could also recommend yourself as a junior employee early on. Until then, you can use the individual counselling within the careerbuildingprogram, to define your personal profession- and career objectives and also to help you to realize them.
- Next application period 12.04.-16.05.2021
- School dates (up to and including 2022)
- Online application
Schoolgirl program of the Femtec Alumnae Association: Girls macht MI(N)T!
From April 2021 | half-day
Girls macht MI(N)T! - Programming workshop for female students
Female students and PhD students of TUM are active in the Femtec.Alumnae Association and have organized a virtual Girls macht MI(N)T! - Workshop for female students in 10th grade and above, which will be offered on a regular basis starting in April. In the four-hour workshop, the topic "Search, Sort, Google" is worked on with independent programming. Since the tasks are adapted to the previous knowledge of the participants, participation is possible with and without previous knowledge of programming.