• 6/14/2023

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Debate the future of agricultural policy, find out about all things international at the "TUM Global Week", become a babysitter for TUM children or get together with our university's large entrepreneurship community: Current offers, dates and ideas for our students in the summer semester 2023.


#TUMalchillen – Recreation during everyday university life

Do students recover during their everyday university life and which places do they go to do so? These and other questions are being examined in more detail in a current survey by the student health management TUM4Health sub-project "Sleep and Recovery“. The aim is to find out how students perceive and evaluate the current range of recreational locations on their respective TUM campuses and what things are important to them in terms of recreation during everyday university life. On the maps of the TUM campus locations, participants can also mark their favourite recreation place and present it in more detail. The marked favourite places will then be compiled to create the #TUMalchillen map, so that soon everyone will be able to find a place to take a break. Participation is possible until June 18, 2023: soscisurvey.de/TUMalchillen

Bavaria's women in digital professions

Mission: Attract more young women to digital professions, break down gender-specific career choice behaviour and point out the opportunities of digital skills and professions at an early stage: With the 1.5-year talent programme "BayFiD - Bavaria's Women in Digital Professions", the Bavarian State Ministry for Digital Affairs wants to inspire more women between the ages of 18 and 30 to take up digital professions. Each year, 50 talented women from companies, institutions and associations are accompanied on their professional path. The application phase runs until June 18, 2023. More information: BayFiD – Bayerns Frauen in Digitalberufen

Agriculture 2050: Experts discuss perspectives

Supplying 10 billion people with food despite progressive climate change and scarce production areas is the challenge facing agriculture up to the year 2050. The Weihenstephan Forum on the Future of Agricultural Policy on June 20, 2023 is a new series of public events that will show how the right framework conditions can be set. Bavaria's Minister of Agriculture, Michaela Kaniber, as well as researchers and representatives of agricultural and environmental associations will present their views and ideas on agriculture in Bavaria. Please register via hans-eisenmann-forumspam prevention@tum.de. More info: Forum zur Zukunft der Agrarpolitik 2023

TUM at the CSD - Munich Pride

Under the motto "Diversitum", the diverse and queer student body of TUM will be represented at the Christopher Street Day (CSD - Munich Pride) on June 24, 2023. Participation costs Euro 10,-. The price includes two free drinks and a Diversitum fabric bag with goodies. If you want to help out, you can register online until June 20: Helper team CSD Munich Pride. The participation fee is waived for the helper team. Contact: diversityspam prevention@fs.tum.de

Training dates: Become a babysitter for TUM Kids

The TUM Family Service operates a university-owned platform for babysitting and tutoring. We are looking for students who would like to earn some extra money flexibly and support TUM families in balancing family and career with their valuable work. Requirements include registration on the platform and participation in the training sessions: Babysitter training, June 25, 2023, 10:00 am to 4:00 pm. First aid course for children July 03, 2023, 6:00 pm to 9 pm. By the way: The babysitting service is also available to student parents. More info: Childcare TUM4kids

Women in STEM Round Table

What it’s like to work as a scientist in an area where there are (yet) only a few of you? We are organizing the "Women in STEM Round Table" again, this time with TUM professors in STEM and additional coaching sessions! The panelists discuss questions such as "What is it like to oftentimes being one of the few women or even the only woman in the room? What are ways to stay resilient in a male-dominated environment? How do I navigate an academic STEM career path?" Invited are all FINTA* bachelor and master students as well as PhDs and postdocs at the TUM, plus STEM-interested school girls and therefore women, intersex, non-binary, trans- and a-gender people. Date: June 26, 2023, 12:30 pm - 4:00 pm, GALILEO Garching. More info and registration: Women in STEM Round Table

TUM Global Week 2023 from June 26 to 30

Financially supported stays abroad, information about life and study in India, North America, China, and Latin America; offers for language tandems - and lots of intercultural exchange: it's all on offer at TUM Global Week. Right on June 26 at 4 p.m., the central information event for exchange programs such as Erasmus+ or TUMexchange and scholarships abroad is on the agenda. On June 27, there will be the same event in English – with an additional agenda item on the EuroTeQ course catalogue. Registration for the first time via the browser-based TUM Global Week app: register once in the app and register directly. All events you participate in will be saved in your personal profile. More info: TUM Global Week 2023

Online study at European partner universities

The new EuroTeQ course catalogue is here. Through this joint teaching offer, TUM students will once again have the opportunity to take part in special online courses at the partner universities DTU, TU/e, L'X, Technion, TalTech and CTU as well as offers from TUM itself in the winter semester 2023/24. Conversely, students of all EuroTeQ partners can also attend selected courses at TUM. The application period runs until August 01, 2023. Details and information on the application process: EuroTeQ course catalogue. Information about the courses will also be available on June 27, 2023 at the TUM Global Week, starting at 5:30 pm at the event „Exchange programs and scholarships to study abroad for TUM students“.

TUM Entrepreneurship Day 2023

Come together with the entrepreneurship community of TUM and UnternehmerTUM: After a three-year Corona restriction, TUM Entrepreneurship Day 2023 will once again take place on site without restrictions on June 29. A diverse programme will be offered around the topics of founding, innovation and entrepreneurship. The entire innovation ecosystem of TUM and UnternehmerTUM will come together on this day to learn from, motivate and inspire each other. Whether students, scientists, founders, investors, alumni or corporates - there is something for both entrepreneurship newbies and experienced start-up coaches: www.tum.de/eday

TUM IDEAward 2023: Application until July 02

Do you have an idea and/or technology with market potential? Are you facing social challenges with a start-up idea with sustainable added value? Then apply here for the TUM IDEAward 2023. The finalists will receive valuable feedback from the jury and receive individual pitch training. At the public award ceremony, you can present your innovative idea to a broad audience. The total prize money from the Zeidler Research Foundation is 37,500 euros. You will receive individual founder coaching from TUM Gründungsberatung, which will accompany your idea until it enters the market. Application TUM IDEAward 2023. More information: TUM IDEAward 2023

Festival of the Future at the Deutsches Museum

From AI to Life Sciences to Web3: Prompts to the Collective Intelligence of the brightest minds in technology, science and art - from July 06 to 08, 2023 at the Forum of the Future at the Deutsches Museum, Munich. Are you interested in AI, Climate Tech, Quantum Technologies, Web3, Life Sciences, the Metaverse, Space or any other future technology? At the "Festival of the Future" you will gain insights into the latest tech developments and valuable contacts to advance yourself, your company, your community and society. More info: Festival of the Future 2023

TUM Online Career Day: A whole day dedicated to your career

Kickstart your career and join the TUM Online Career Day on July 12, 2023. Our program includes a range of exciting events, such as CV checks, Speed Dating with companies, career webinars, and an experience exchange with TUM alumni in the Career Lounge. More info: TUM Career Day

Innovation format Think.Make.Start

Do you want to learn how to act and work like the most successful innovators? Do you want to meet and work with students from all over TUM to solve real problems? Do you want to apply your skills to build new products in only two weeks using latest technology? Then it is time for Think.Make.Start (TMS). The interdisciplinary innovation format will take place again in September 2023. It is open to students from all disciplines and is worth 6 ECTS (completed bachelor's program recommended). Apply directly until July 16, 2023 via apply.tms.tum.de. More info: www.tms.tum.de

Dragon Boat Race 2023 at Lake Olympia

Register yourself and your boat! On July 21, 2023, the legendary dragon boat race will take place again at 4:00 pm on Lake Olympia. All institutes, chairs and clinics of TUM and LMU can register boats with 16 paddlers and one drummer each. Prizes are awarded not only to the fastest boats, but also to the three most original teams. Come up with a motto, a boat name, a disguise or maybe even a show! More info and registration: Dragon Boat Race 2023

VDI Prize 2023: Award for the brightest minds

In the categories bachelor's thesis, master's thesis, diploma thesis, dissertation, engineering start-up and young engineer from industry: engineers from southern Bavaria and Austria can apply or be nominated for the VDI Prize 2022. The contributions will be evaluated in terms of innovation as well as economic or social relevance. Personal and voluntary commitment of the applicants will also be taken into account. Please send documents by August 31, 2023 to the VDI Munich District Association, e-mail: bv-muenchen(at)vdi.de. More info: VDI Prize 2023

Grammarly available for all students

Since May 30, 2023, a campus licence for Grammarly has been available to all members of the TUM. With the help of the software, English-language texts can be checked and improved with regard to grammar and expression. You can access the software via a TUM login directly on the Grammarly website by entering an @tum.de email address as your user name. More information and instructions on how to use Grammarly can be found at TUM Grammarly.

Support program for women* with a non-academic background

With the Agnes-Mackensen-Program, TUM strengthes the self-efficacy of first-generation academics and promote their digital, scientific and entrepreneurial leadership skills. The target group of the Agnes-Mackensen-Program are FINTA* people with a non-academic background. Thus it addresses women, intersex, non-binary, trans and agender people whose parents have not studied. Mentees can become students, PhD candidates or postdocs. More info and registration: Agnes Mackensen Program

TUM Career Guide online now

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 now available online: TUM Career Guide

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