RWTH Invites Pupils to Join "Schülerunis" Again During the Summer Vacation
Pupil Programs Officer
School pupils can once again get to know RWTH in their summer vacation thanks to the Schüleruni scheme.
This free program includes workshops, taster lectures, and experiments and gives pupils an insight into studying at RWTH in an effort to guide them in their future study choices.
For pupils in grades 7-9, the University is offering two separate MINT Schülerunis. The German acronym MINT is equivalent to STEM and stands for mathematics, IT, science, and technology. Each day, the Schüleruni participants get to discover a different RWTH laboratory that is designed for pupils.
Pupils in grades 10-12 can choose from 1 of 11 Schülerunis: Architecture, Civil Engineering and Environmental Engineering, Biology, Chemistry, Electrical Engineering and IT, IT, Mechanical Engineering, Mathematics, Physics, STEM Teacher Training, and Sustainable Supplies – from Resources to Materials. A final addition to the Schüleruni is the Engineering Taster University for Girls.
You can now register until June 15, 2019. A waiting list will be in place if a Schüleruni is full-up.
Editorial by: Press and Communications