The Sommertechnikum MINT at the University of Innsbruck offers young women the opportunity to gain an insight into the scientific and economic work of a MINT specialist. The target group of Sommertechnikum MINT are female students between the ages of 15 and 20 who are interested in MINT subjects and want to gain experience in this field.

MINT means mathematics, computer science and natural sciences and technology. Sommertechnikum MINT refers to a selection of STEM subjects: mathematics, computer science, physics, chemistry, pharmacy, technical sciences (civil & environmental engineering, mechatronics, electrical engineering), geo & atmospheric sciences, and many more.

Sommertechnikum MINT offers a combination of internship and summer school: One week of Summerschool and, if desired, an additional 3-4 weeks of paid internship. The internships can be done at a company or at the University of Innsbruck. Through both parts, the students are offered a balanced insight into the STEM subjects in praxis as well as in theory. This should make it easier for students to choose a career and make STEM subjects more accessible and comprehensible.

As a further incentive, the students receive a certificate after completing their summer technical training, which confirms their achievements.

If you have any further questions, please do not hesitate to contact us by mail, phone or in person.

Here is an insight into the internship report of FFG intern Laura Dür, who completed an internship at the Research Institute for Textile Chemistry and Textile Physics in Dornbirn in the summer of 2020 and the Summerschool MINT at the University of Innsbruck.

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