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The Technical University of Munich (TUM) has received a donation from the WiCAM Foundation for its ongoing Matching Challenge. A partner was sought to kick off this year’s Matching Challenge with €4,500. The foundation is thus promoting Munich as a centre of education.

In 2023, the WiCAM Foundation will intensify its support for education and research at the Technical University of Munich (TUM) by awarding 10 Germany Scholarships and making a significant donation as part of the Matching Challenge. The WiCAM Foundation supports ten outstanding TUM students financially.

The WiCAM Foundation continues its mission to inspire young minds and create educational opportunities by awarding 10 scholarships in the fields of mathematics and computer science at RWTH Aachen University to strengthen Germany as a technology hub.

With the start of the 23/24 academic semester, the WiCAM Foundation once again decided to award 15 scholarships in the field of mathematics and computer science. This means that the WiCAM Foundation remains the largest sponsor of scholarships at the Karlsruhe Institute of Technology (KIT).

The WiCAM Foundation is pleased to announce that it has not only awarded 10 Germany Scholarships at the Bonn-Rhein-Sieg, dynamic and research-oriented university of applied sciences, but has also achieved the status of Premium Sponsor. This is a financial support, and also a invest in promising students.

One of the WiCAM Foundation’s goals is to promote education. The focus here is on supporting universities. By awarding the Deutschlandstipendien (German Scholarships), we enable 45 young people to study at the most renowned universities in the country!

With the beginning of this year’s study semester, the WiCAM Foundation decided to award 15 scholarships in the field of mathematics and computer science. With this step, the WiCAM Foundation is the largest scholarship provider of the Karlsruhe Institute of Technology (KIT).

After a short illness, founder Harald Wilkesmann passed away in 2017 – with his death, he decreed that part of the future income of WiCAM GmbH should flow into a charitable foundation to promote Germany as a software location in the field of research and development.

In 1986, founder Harald Wilkesmann founded WiCAM GmbH. In the beginning, he programmed machines from production companies and then wrote an independent CAM system that could control CNC machines from various manufacturers using data from different sources.

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