Staying in Touch

Attending events, sponsoring projects or maintaining relationships – there are many ways to stay in touch with KIT
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There are many ways to participate in campus life. (Photo: YakobchukOlena -
Zwei Studentinnen mit Artikeln der Campus Kollektion
Campus collection: items of the KIT brand

Alumni Network

Worldwide, more than 26,000 graduates or former employees are part of the KIT alumni network. It offers its members a platform to maintain contacts, exchange ideas or get involved. Whether at alumni meetings, as a KIT Industry Expert, or when visiting an event on the KIT campus - there are many ways to participate in campus life.

KIT Foundation

In order to optimally support research, teaching, and academic life, KIT has established its own foundation. Its projects include, for example, the establishment of endowed chairs, the support of construction projects, the intensive promotion of young scientists, or the awarding of scholarships to students. The KIT Foundation offers various ways of getting involved, for example through donations, endowments, or testamentary donations.

Sponsoring Associations

The numerous sponsoring associations of the KIT support employees and students in research, teaching, or infrastructure in a variety of ways, honor extraordinary achievements, or encourage honorary commitment. Members also benefit from exclusive offers and are actively involved in shaping campus life.

Campus Collection

You gladly remember your time at KIT and would like to express this visibly? In the campus collection in the KIT Shop you will find casual fashion and accessories as well as useful articles of the KIT brand. New items are regularly added to the assortment - it's worth taking a look!

Advanced Training and Education

KIT offers extensive advanced training and education measures, including seminars or workshops in a wide range. With Massive Open Online Courses, a fully digital learning format on individual topics is also available. In addition, young executives with practical experience can earn a Master of Science degree in six executive master's programs.