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Mentoring programmes for scientists at TU9

Personal monitoring to discover new skills

 

RWTH Aachen University

Technische Universität Braunschweig

Technische Universität Darmstadt

Leibniz University Hannover

Karlsruhe Institute of Technology (KIT)

Technical University of Munich (TUM)

University of Stuttgart

 

 

RWTH Aachen University

The RWTH has an extensive mentoring programme.

TANDEMplus

The mentoring programme TANDEMplus is a cooperative project of RWTH Aachen, Karlsruhe Institute of Technology (KIT) and the Research Centre Jülich GmbH It is aimed at young scientists in the final stages of their doctoral and post-doctoral researchers in the natural and engineering sciences, who aspire to a leadership position in science or economics.

 

Further information  [German only]

 

 

TANDEMpeerMED

The programme TANDEMpeerMED is aimed at junior doctors and students in medicine. It gives them individual help with their professional career development and personal skills enhancement.

 

Further information  [German only]

 

 

TANDEMpro

The new mentoring programme "TANDEMpro - Female Researchers on the Path to Professorship" is specifically targeted towards advanced researchers from any faculty except for medicine, who are striving to attain a professorship in the next few years.

 

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TANDEMplusMED

The aim of TANDEMplusMED is to offer diverse and targeted support for graduated doctors and scientists of the Medical Faculty  in their academic career planning in order to increase in the long term the proportion of women in management positions.

 

Further information  [German only]

 

 

Technische Universität Braunschweig

ContiMentor

The ContiMentor programme is aimed at undergraduate students in the final phase, master's and graduate students as well as postgraduate students, preferably in the fields of mechanical engineering, chemistry, electrical engineering, industrial engineering, and psychology. The contact with a mentor at Continental AG is mediated, accompanying all those interested for a period of ten months.

 

Further information  [German only]

 

 

Technische Universität Darmstadt

MentorinnenNetzwerk

The MentorinnenNetzwerk programme is aimed at students and doctoral candidates of natural and engineering sciences. Experienced women in business, science and management accompany a student or young scientist as a mentor.

 

Further information  [German only]

 

 

SciMento-hessenweit

The group mentoring programme SciMento-hessenweit supports PhD students and postdocs in the natural, engineering and life sciences from all the universities in Hesse and their cooperative institutions with the aim of preparing them for a scientific career path.

 

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ProProfessur

The project ProProfessur is aimed at 45 highly qualified scientists from all disciplines on their way to the professorship. They are supported in an individually tailored 18-month promotion in their career planning and prepared according to the latest methods of research, leadership and management tasks in science.

 

Further information  [German only]

 

 

Leibniz University Hannover

Team-Mentoring

The Team-Mentoring is aimed at students, doctoral students, postdocs and junior professors from the University of Hannover. It consists of three main elements: the coaching, the team of experts and the tandem partnership.

 

Further information  [German only]

 

 

Karlsruhe Institute of Technology (KIT)

TANDEMplus

The mentoring programme TANDEMplus is a cooperation project of RWTH Aachen, Karlsruhe Institute of Technology (KIT) and the Research Centre Jülich GmbH. It is aimed at young scientists in the final stages of their doctorate and post-doctoral researchers in the natural and engineering sciences, who aspire to a leadership position in science or economics.

 

Further information  [German only]

 

 

X-Ment

The primary goal of X-Ment is the development of the existing potential of highly qualified women in science at KIT and the introduction to the acquisition of leadership positions and the further development of already existing leadership potential. The target group of the programme are doctoral students, post-doctoral students and professors / assistant professors employed at KIT.

 

Further information  [German only]

 

 

Karlsruhe House of Young Scientists (KHYS)

This project is addressed to doctoral or postdoctoral researchers who have graduated from the KIT within the past two years and would you like to set the course for their current or future career. The Karlsruhe House of Young Scientists (KHYS) will support them by providing them with advice, assistance and financial means.

 

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Technical University of Munich (TUM)

Mentoring for Scientists

The Mentoring for Scientists programme arranges for international Research Alumni and current guest scientists of TUM to advise young researchers at the doctoral and post-doctoral level on research as well as research-related matters. Science as a profession on the one hand, the broader implications of being a scientist today on the other hand are at the core of our program.

 

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mentorING

mentorING supports students early, helping them both to put the labor market in the picture and to become aware of their own abilities and goals. The early life and career planning is the basis for a successful entry into the workforce.

 

Further information  [German only]

 

 

University of Stuttgart

Mentoring Programme for Women

The Mentoring Programme of Stuttgart University establishes the contact between young female scientists and experienced mentors from the fields of science and economy. This individual support by leader personalities as well as the build-up of and access to career-relevant networks and the specific support by means of further training measures give success-orientated women the chance to prepare in an optimal manner for their own career-entry and for their success.

 

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