Our service - A range of seminars for you
The women’s representative supports you in your career development. She informs about professional opportunities and offers seminars on key qualifications.
Would you like to discover your talents and skills for the kick off of your professional career and develop them further? Or do you want to find your own way and learn about successful strategies for your career? In the seminars of the „Career development for women“ series experienced trainers for executives will pass their knowledge on to you. Through practical exercises, role plays and feedback you will develop new possibilities for action for future challenges, together with other female students.
You can participate if you are
- a student or alumna of the Neu-Ulm University of Applied Sciences (HNU)
- a student of the Ulm University or Ulm University of Applied Sciences and the seminar is being offered in cooperation with the HNU.
- What are the seminar hours?
Normally, the seminars are offered as full-day seminars on a Saturday. For each seminar, you will find the details under the "Dates" heading.
- How can I register?
You can register by sending an email to Magdalena Fremdling. Registration is only possible by providing the following information: Name and surname, course of study and telephone number. The number of seminar places is limited. If demand exceeds the number of places available there will be a waiting list. Please note: You can only register for one seminar per semester.
- How much does it cost to participate?
Seminar participation for students and alumnae of the HNU is free of charge.
Another project is the BayernMentoring, in which the HNU has been taking part since 2005. Expert female executives advise female students who study in the field of technology regarding the kick off of their careers or their career development. They work for companies such as Daimler, Wieland, Bosch Rexroth and IBM or are self-employed entrepreneurs.
Part of the BayernMentoring is a range of seminars offered to the participants. Places not taken by participants are made available to all female students of the HNU. For more information please visit the BayernMentoring website.