Mentoring Program

Every year, each of our MTE Students is matched with an industry mentor: an experienced and highly placed industry professional who can share real-world experience and knowledge.
Through the Mentoring partnership, our students gain valuable insights into professional life, and our mentors enjoy the satisfaction of leaving a lasting legacy with a new generation of young leaders.

 
 
 

How does mentoring work?

Three times a year we bring together a network of approximately 40 mentors coming from different industries/companies who volunteer to follow and support the MTE students during their Master.
Every year, we assign one student to each mentor. We match the mentors/students pairs according to industry sectors or interests, education field, etc.

 
 
 

Benefits for the Student

• An opportunity to be linked to a seasoned professional
• Greater diversity in the learning experience
• Industry insights
• Richer professional networks
• Exposure to job

 
 
 

Benefits for the Mentor

• Helping a Student
• Strengthening a link with EPFL and academic world
• Creating a bridge between young talents and experienced people in industry confronted to business reality
• Growing together and developing a win-win situation

 

Applied Industry Analysis

During the spring semester, the students are required to work more closely with their mentors on a compulsory applied company and industry analysis of a firm as agreed upon by the student and her/his mentor (Lecturer: Eugene De Groot). The intent of this project is to encourage interchange between students and their mentors. Each student, in consultation with her or his mentor, will choose a company that the student will analyze in context of its primary industry. The company may be that of the mentor, but doesn’t have to be.

Contact

Section MTE Office Hours

Tuesday to Thursday from 8.30AM to 11.30AM

[email protected]


+41 21 6930122


Odyssea Building