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MUT- Girls and Technology

STEM subjects are boring? No way! As part of the Upper Franconia-wide initiative "MUT - Girls and Technology", we show you how exciting careers and fields of work in technology can be.

On November 2 & November 3, 2021, as always during the fall vacations, the motto will once again be: "On your marks - get tech - go!" and come to the "MINT-HerbstUni"! All schoolgirls between the ages of 10 and 19 are welcome!

We have once again created an exciting digital program for you to combat boredom during the fall vacations. Starting in September, you can find detailed information about the available workshops and registration on the joint MUT- Girls and Technology page of the Upper Franconian universities.

As always, workshop places are limited - so click through our offer in September and secure your desired places!

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On your marks - get tech - go!

A holiday programme for girls from 10-14 years of age

What colour is a mirror and how do I make a hologram butterfly fly? What can I create with a 3D printer? How do I use PowerPoint to create a convincing presentation for my next paper? The participants explored these and many other exciting questions in various practical workshops during the autumn holidays.

MINT- Herbstuni (STEM Uni in Autumn)!

A holiday programme for young women from 15-19 years of age

From 29 - 31 October 2018, the University of Bayreuth once again invited young women aged 15 to 19 to the "MINT-HerbstUni”.

How can you use a 3D printer to produce artificial tissue for the human body? What do I do if I have to defend myself in an emergency? How do I programme a game for a computer or smartphone? And which profession actually suits me? The participants were able to find out this and much more for themselves in numerous practical workshops during the autumn holidays.

Impressions of previous MUT activities at the University of Bayreuth and also the other Upper Franconian universities can be found on the Upper Franconia-wide MUT Homepage


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)