ALLIANZ Science Camps for Bachelor and Master Students in Engineering Sciences


The Science Camp of the THÜRING Alliance regularly offers interested students in engineering degree programmes the opportunity to pursue their professional interests and inclinations in interdisciplinary teams on a superordinate topic by means of project work, lectures and exercises as well as presentations from industry. Participants can meet like-minded people and, in addition to specialist knowledge, further develop and expand their own soft skills.


Master Science Camp 2023: "RoboBau"

This year’s Science Camp in the summer semester of 2023 offers all interested engineering students the opportunity to exchange ideas on the topic of RoboBuilding.

This will give you the opportunity to experiment, network with other students beyond your own educational institution, exchange ideas and receive exciting impulses on the topic of robotics. Participants will work together on a solution to a specific task. Be a part of this camp and apply by 31 May 2023! At the Science Camp on RoboBau you can expect to attend engaging lectures by experienced instructors with both theoretical and practical knowledge. You’ll participate in a group assignment that requires you to come up with creative solutions as a team to a challenging problem. You will also have the opportunity to meet and network with students from other educational institutions, broadening your horizons. Full details of the programme will be sent to you after the application deadline.


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When and where does the Science Camp take place?

The Science Camp on RoboBau will be held on 21 and 22 September 2023, as well as during the week of 25 to 29 September 2023. The camp will take place on-site at Schmalkalden University of Applied Sciences.

Any prerequisites needed?

You must be enrolled in an engineering Master’s degree programme at one of the seven universities that make up ProTELC in order to take part in the Science Camp. Along with having fun and an interest in programming and robotics, you should also appreciate working in an international team. If you can affirmatively respond to each of these questions, all you need to do is register.

Previous Science Camps

  • March 2022: Bachelor Science Camp "Digital Twin" (hosted by: TU Ilmenau)  (Press release (in German), Video)
  • August 2022: Master Science Camp "Sustainability" hosted by: Hochschule Nordhausen)
  • March 2023: Bachelor Science Camp "Opti+" (hosted by EAH Jena (Report, in German)
  • June 2023: Science Camp for young people in cooperation with MINT-EC on the topic of "Energy from different perspectives" (host university: TU Ilmenau) Programme, in German)