DFG mentoring programme at the University of Wuppertal
The aim of the mentoring programme is to contribute to improving the conditions for DFG applications and to give young applicants and applicants who have not yet specialised in a specific area the opportunity to gain from the DFG experience of successful project managers. The mentors mentioned below use their expertise to support their mentees and can also discuss specific applications on request.
Mentoring is a mutual give-and-take process, characterised primarily by voluntary participation, mutual goodwill, respect and trust. Mentors can also benefit from this mutual process for their personal and professional development.
The mentoring intensity of each mentor/mentee relationship develops based on individual needs, while mentors can at most help mentees to help themselves.
All information and data exchanged during the mentoring relationship must be treated confidentially and with discretion. This confidentiality requirement continues to apply even after the mentoring relationship.
In addition, you can also receive support from National Research Funding, particularly regarding formal aspects and budget calculations but also other potential questions.
Mentors by faculty
School of Humanities
School of Human and Social Sciences
School of Business and Economics
School of Mathematics and Natural Sciences
School of Architecture and Civil Engineering
School of Electrical, Information and Media Engineering
School of Mechanical Engineering and Safety Engineering
School of Education