Do you have a concept? Do you like handiwork? Do you have a creative mind? Would you like to use the high-tech MakerSpace workshop free of charge? If so, why not apply for a Zeidler MINT-Maker scholarship?
The Zeidler MINT-Maker scholarship programme enables 150 students of the subjects Mathematics, IT, Natural Sciences and Technology at the Technische Universität München to use the high-tech UnternehmerTUM MakerSpace workshop free of charge each year!
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Students studying MINT subjects (Mathematics, IT, Natural Sciences and Technology) at the Technical University of Munich and MINT students of other institutes of higher education who have individual project concepts they would like to realise. Under certain circumstances, school pupil projects may also be awarded scholarships.
Each scholarship holder will get access to MakerSpace on a scholarship account. Within the project duration 2 to 3 courses can be completed, more courses depending on the project needs (on demand).
The materials required by scholarship holders will not be provided in the workshop and they must obtain these themselves (there is the option of ordering them through the workshop)!
Students of MINT subjects who have their own project concept can apply for a scholarship. Of particular interest are projects relating to new materials and to emission reduction with a focus on protection against acoustic, noise and vibration pollution. Projects that are already being sponsored by businesses are not eligible for scholarships.
No credit points will be awarded to scholarship programme participants.
Those who submit the ten best applications each month will be admitted to the programme. For more information on applications and the selection process, see the document 'Information on applications' (see downloads).
Note: Data protection and IP rights
Your application documents, concepts and projects will, of course, be treated as strictly confidential. The associated personnel of UnternehmerTUM and the Zeidler Research Foundation are obligated to maintain the secrecy of all data.
Every year the Zeidler MINT Maker Scholarship Programme enables 300 selected students of the Technical University of Munich to access the high-tech workshop UnternehmerTUM MakerSpace. In practical and project-based modules of selected teaching programmes and on freely-based projects the students can apply and deepen their academic knowledge. Using industrial machinery and tools and the latest software, the scholarship holders work on their own projects and products. In this way the students themselves become design-aware and creative and discover their own abilities and interests.