TUM offers intercultural workshops for future engineers in Europe
Future engineers are required to coordinate cross-disciplinary work and must be able to bring people with different backgrounds together. Next to technical skill and expert knowledge in their field, intercultural competencies and communication skills are vital for successful engineering in a European context. Having said that, what exactly are the ingredients for successful collaboration in multicultural settings?
Summer semester 2021
The workshops are offered in the framework of the EuroTeQ Engineering University at TUM and focus on the intercultural agility that is crucial for studying and working in a multicultural environment.
The course is especially designed for students in engineering-related programs, but is generally open to all TUM students. In particular, students who will be studying at a EuroTeQ partner university in the coming academic year or who are currently studying at TUM from these universities are invited to register for this training. Students should see themselves working in a European context later on.