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Academic STEM professionals – bright new minds for the country

Joint efforts are needed to promote STEM qualifications, to show exciting and versatile job profiles, to emphasize their importance for climate protection and digitalization – and above all, to inspire young people to choose technical study programs. From May 16 to September 30, 2022, the project team conducts an analysis on how universities and partners in business and society can respond to the companies’ high demands for skilled employees with transformation-relevant skills profiles

  • through advanced academic education,
  • through measures to increase the number of first-year students and student success in STEM, and
  • through collaborations between universities and companies

and it will derive recommendations for universities, companies, and the academic qualification system.

Parties Involved

  • Ministry of Science, Research and the Arts Baden-Württemberg
  • Chamber of Commerce and Industry Baden-Württemberg
  • DHBW Baden-Württemberg Cooperative State University
  • Federal Employment Agency
  • Karlsruhe University of Applied Sciences
  • Südwestmetall
  • südwissen
  • University of Stuttgart
  • VDI regional association
  • VDMA