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Mentoring Project

Mentoring Project

Do you want to share your knowledge and experience? Become our mentor. With almost 40 completed mentoring courses and 20 mentors and satisfied students, the Jagiellonian University’s Mentoring Project is entering its 4th successful year.

We would like to invite our University’s graduates to cooperate on a Project, in which they can share their knowledge and experience with other students. The Project includes lectures, trainings, workshops, webinars and individual consultations. Our objective is to provide not only theoretical knowledge about the job market, but also practical guidance and advice that could be helpful to first-time job-seekers. Central to this project is hands-on experience, such as meetings with a mentor, training, working on a specific task, or individual consultations.

Mentoring benefits professional development in a variety of ways, from empowerment to overcome fears and limitations, through planning a road map for your professional future, to setting and achieving your own career path and goals.

Right now, we are also working on the Jagiellonian University Alumni project, funded by the National Agency for Academic Exchange, where we are trying to extend the cooperation with foreign graduates of the Jagiellonian University. This project could not be complete without mentoring. From March to May, there are as many as 10 mentoring cycles, each of which consists of three meetings. As our mentors in this project are graduates living outside Poland, classes are held in the form of webinars. The subjects are very different, ranging from career planning in science, through building your own brand, to career opportunities in the chemical industry for degree-holders in natural science and graduates of EU-based programmes.You can read more about the currently implemented mentoring cycles HERE.


We welcome all our graduates who could spare their time to share their knowledge with students. We individually discuss the subject and form of classes with each of you (individual mentoring, group mentoring, consultations/classroom or online classes, etc.).

The Mentoring Project Regulations can be found below: 
Mentoring Project Regulations  

Please send any questions regarding the Mentoring Project to alumni@uj.edu.pl