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Start-up advising

The start-up advisory service at the SFT of the University of Würzburg supports students, scientists and alumni of JMU on their way to entrepreneurial independence. This is the right place to go for competent advice on drawing up business plans, applying for funding, building up start-up skills and much more.

We also raise awareness of "start-up personalities" in our counselling sessions / potential analyses and jointly organise the Social Innovator Challenge.

Contact: Tanja Golly

Further information on SFT website.


Founded in 1985 and formally constituted with a charter in 1987, the Coimbra Group is an association of 37 traditional European multidisciplinary universities of high international standards. The Coimbra Group strives to create special academic and cultural ties to promote internationalization, academic cooperation, excellence in teaching and research, and services to society for the benefit of its members.

The group also aims to influence European education policy and develop best practices through mutual exchange of experience.

Alumni Office

The Alumni office of the University of Würzburg offers current and former students, staff, lecturers and professors a lot of possibilities for networking with other alumni, such as the mentoring programme.

The mentoring programme gives students, doctoral candidates and young graduates the opportunity to benefit from the experience of working JMU alumni who volunteer as mentors.

Career Service Network Germany

The Career Service Network Germany (csnd) was founded in 2003 by existing Career Services. The network cooperates closely with the German Rectors’ Conference (HRK) and today has almost 200 members. Universities as institutional members and career service employees are involved in the association for the development and expansion of vocational preparation of students.

-csnd e.V. is an umbrella organization

  • for the development and assurance of standards for the professionalization of Career Service work
  • for task specific qualification of its members
  • as an interface for all who are involved in the process of shaping the transition from studies to the profession
  • as a contact for international partners (NACE, AGCAS, FEDORA etc.)