Welcome to CTU Mentoring programme

Currently, the 15th year of the CTU Mentoring program is completed. Mentors and students were provided with questionnaires. Once the answers are received, we will evaluate them and start preparing for another year, in which students will be able to apply from March 1, 2022. Send any questions to ilona.prausova@cvut.cz or helena.pechova@cvut.cz.

Check our mentors

Go to mentors list

What is mentoring?

  • Mentoring offers students a unique opportunity to peek into the real environment of Czech and international companies.
  • Mentoring is a collaboration arrangement, in which the student (Mentee) visits her/his mentor in the company and accompanies her/him in her/his everyday work and is actively involved in real projects.
  • Mentoring enables flexible cooperation based on an agreement between the student and the mentor. The time range and the specific content of the cooperation is not pre-specified or limited.
  • Mentoring is not a paid internship, but is a priceless opportunity that is a source of personal contacts, experience and excellent references for your CV. At the same time, the mentor gets a whole new perspective on her/his work.
  • Mentoring allows you to select from a wide database of mentors from medium-sized and large companies to multinational corporations in a whole range of industries. Every CTU student can find a perfect fit.
  • Mentoring gives CTU students a unique opportunity. No such offer is available for students of any other university in the country!

Mentoring areas

  • Sharing best practices
  • Gaining practical work experience
  • Exploring other majors
  • Work-life balance
  • Personal growth
  • Achieving goals and planning a career path

How to participate?

Enrolment to Mentoring is not available at the moment. Check our news for further information.

In the meanwhile you can take a look at the list of mentors who are cooperating with us.


Why should I join?

Why should I be a mentee?

  • It’s an entrance ticket to the working environment while you are still studying.
  • The reward is valuable work experience, personal contacts and references for your CV.
  • An opportunity to look at the situation on the labor market.
  • An opportunity to obtain advice from an experienced mentor.
  • It is a space for developing your professional and personal skills.
  • Participating in the programme will clarify your ideas and can help to direct your path to your future profession.

Why should I be a mentor?

  • Help the student make the transition from student life to working environment more easily.
  • Pass on your experience.
  • Open the door to further personal development.
  • Get to know a new young colleague and her/his way of thinking.
  • Take an impartial view from the outside.

Contact

Ilona Prausová
Phone: +420 224 353 427
E-mail: ilona.prausova@cvut.cz

Mr. Řezníček is not just a person who shares knowledge and experience from his work, but also a person who gives me energy and is my moral support while making decisions about my future.

Adam Zíka, student of FIT