Mentoring is an effective instrument in career development and has been successfully employed in science, business and society to provide sustainable support for qualified junior staff.
The mentoring programme movement aims to support female students and researchers of all faculties in successfully building their careers in science. The reason for this is that women make an outstanding contribution to science and research and are extremely well qualified. However, they are still underrepresented in the highest and most attractive academic positions.
Female Doctoral students with career perspectives in science (start February 2015)
International Female Doctoral students with career perspectives in science (start January 2015)
Female Post-doctoral and post-doctoral habilitation students aiming for a professorship (start October 2015)