An exciting career orientation day awaited nearly 70 students from all over Tyrol under the motto: "How do I become a problem solver of global challenges?"
Under this guiding principle, the young women took on the role of problem solvers of global challenges such as:
Seven stations gave an insight into different topics and the respective related study programs. Possible career profiles were presented and hands on learning activities invited the students to participate.
The seven technical study programs at the MCI provide the basis for future careers in a wide range of industries. This Future-Day is intended to give the students a broad insight into the diverse and interdisciplinary world of technical careers, and the interactive practical examples are sure to leave a long lasting impression.
Girls‘ Day Welcome and introduction into the program by Prof. Katrin Bach. photo: © MCI
At the station Biotechnology & Food Engineering the students explored the question "How can bread be analyzed?" photo: © MCI
At station two of the study program "Digital Business & Software Engineering", the students were able to build an artificial intelligence themselves using simple tools. photo: © MCI
Getting to know robotic systems for the first time at the Mechatronics, Design & Innovation program station. photo: ©MCI
The test of a surgery simulator - drilling on the head without hurting the patient was shown at the station of the Medicine, Health & Sports Engineering study program. photo: ©MCI
At the station of Smart Building Technologies, the students had to measure the power consumption of various electrical devices. photo: © MCI
"How much phosphate is in cola?" This task had to be solved at the Environmental, Process and Energy Engineering station. photo: © MCI
At the station of industrial engineering & management study program, the students were able to learn about different production systems based on a cosmetic product. photo: © MCI