Mentoring program

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!

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Key facts at a glance

Target group: Prospective students (bachelor), high school students
Location: locations of the TUM and by arrangement
Time: november 2023 to april 2024
Language: German, other languages on request
Registration: required

Important information

After the mentoring round 2023/24, the program will be paused.

Many high school graduates decide to study at a university, but often do not have a clear idea of what to expect during their studies. To close this gap, we bring experienced students together with prospective students. Pre-study mentoring is a 1:1 mentoring program lasting approximately six months with the goal of giving you a real insight into student life at TUM.

How does the mentoring program work?

After your successful application and the matching with your mentor, the mentoring phase begins with a joint kick-off event in early November and lasts approximately six months. The exact dates can be found below.

You and your mentor will determine the schedule and frequency of the meetings. And to ensure that this is not forgotten, you also record this in a “contract”. How the exchange is to take place can be arranged individually between you.

Overview of important dates for the programme 2023/24

July-October

Application phase

27. October 2023 official kick-off event
November-April

mentoring phase ­

  • designed individually by each tandem
  • 1 to 2 joint meetings of all tandems (probably in January)
April 2024 Closing event for mentees and mentors 
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