Alumni networks

TU TOP fellows

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TU TOP fellows offers a lifelong network and sees itself as a platform that brings together people who aspire to realise their full potential, discover new ideas and develop new opportunities in a diverse, fertile and nurturing environment. The aim is to broaden the experiences and views of all members and to educate the next generation of tech leaders.

TU Wien alumni Club

Dragon Boat Race

© Klaus Ranger

The TU Wien alumni Club not only offers graduates a range of opportunities to strengthen their personal network - students and members of the TU Wien are also very welcome. The official alumni association of the TU Wien aims to provide a platform of encounter, offering information on current events at the TU Wien and supporting the development of networks between members.

Association of Students and Graduates of Process Engineering at the TU Wien - SAVT

View into bioreactor

The association aims to establish and promote contacts between process engineers as well as to inform about scientific work at the institute and various institute activities. In addition to social and sporting events (barbecue, badminton tournament, ...), the association's newspaper "Der Reaktor" is published 4 times a year. 

WING - The industrial engineers

Female Researcher in the middle, left and right Researchers - working on the laptop

There are about 1,400 members with similar educational backgrounds in the WING network, which facilitates internal knowledge transfer, private and professional exchange of experience, job search and many other things. In addition, lifelong contact with the university is maintained.