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Girls' Day

The University of Bayreuth invites schoolgirls from 5th grade onwards to the campus for the nationwide Girls' Day. On this day, girls and young women have the opportunity to visit the practical workshops offered and to immerse themselves in the fascinating world of STEM subjects (mathematics, information technology, natural sciences, technology) and to get a taste of university life!

You fancy taking part in Girls’ Day at the University of Bayreuth? Great! Our next Girls' Day is on April 28, 2022. Save the date!

This is our itinerary:

from 08:00 a.m.


08:30 a.m.

Welcome & Introduction

09:00 a.m. - 12:00 p.m.

Workshops in groups

from 12:15 a.m.

Concluding session

approx. 1:00 p.m.

Joint lunch

14:00 a.m.

End of the event

Girls’ Day application and programme

Before you officially register for Girls' Day, please check from which grade your school allows participation in Girls' Day. In principle, you can register for this event from 5th grade onwards - unfortunately, some schools only allow participation from 7th or 8th grade onwards.

You can register for Girls' Day via the nationwide Girls‘ Day Homepage. The workshops offered by the University of Bayreuth are listed there individually. You can find them by entering the location "Bayreuth" in the Girls' Day Radar and scrolling to "University of Bayreuth, MINT Coordination". Simply choose the workshop that interests you the most and click on "Register online" at the bottom.

Organisational matters

If you have successfully registered online for one of the workshops, you will receive a confirmation email from the Girls' Day office and, in addition, a few days before the event, an email from us (MINT coordination of the University of Bayreuth) with all the important information about your Girls' Day here on campus.

Very important: with this email you will also receive the form "Declaration of consent" - please print it out, have it signed by your parents and bring it with you to the event on 26 March. Without the consent form, you will unfortunately not be able to take part in the event on our premises. So please do not forget!

On Girls' Day, you can register and get your name badge at the designated meeting point. After a short welcome, you go to your workshop and come back to the meeting point with your group for the concluding session. Afterwards, you will have the opportunity to have lunch and talk with the counsellors and other participants.


MINT.UNI was funded by the Bavarian State Ministry of Education and Cultural Affairs, Science and the Arts as part of the "MINTerAKTIV" project.

We are partners of the MINT Region Bayreuth

For further information, please contact:


Stefanie Raab-Somabe Coordinator of MINT.UNI, STEM Promotion Programme Advisor

Phone: 0921 / 55-2213
E-mail: mint@uni-bayreuth.de

University of Bayreuth
Universitätsstr. 30, 95447 Bayreuth
Office: Building B8 (near Geo building)