MakerSpace [x] Scholarship

Through the [x] MakerSpace scholarship, we give selected students access to our high-tech workshops in Munich and Garching.

You are part of a creative community of fellow students, start-up founders, artists, and experienced company employees as a scholarship holder.

Whether you are a professional or a beginner, you can choose suitable courses and learn new skills as a scholarship holder. You get three months of access to the MakerSpace and two machine courses.

The [x] MakerSpace scholarship is your chance to turn your ideas into actual products and become an entrepreneur.

🤷‍♂️ Who can apply?
  1. University Students; Bachelor’s or Master’s degree
  2. Pupils from grade 9 from schools in Munich

🐱‍💻 Our requirements

The [x] MakerSpace Scholarship selects applications with a strong passion for making their own thing.

You would like to implement concrete projects in the MakerSpace, further your education through training, and be an active part of our community.

✨ Your benefits

The program is open all year round

Scholarship holders will receive free access to the MakerSpace for three months and two category A/B courses.

How to apply?  

Simply complete the sign-up form and join our community at Munich Urban Colab or Garching.
The deadline for applications is everyday 🧨

Maker Electronic Bootcamp – Coming soon

The E-Bootcamp is a six-week program focused on helping existing innovation teams (start-ups, companies, or student groups) to develop high-quality electronic prototypes faster and more effectively, e.g., in the application fields of IoT, device networking, robotics, and automation. 

MakerSpace combines three main aspects within the E-Bootcamp: Theoretical modules, practical work, and project-based coaching.

1. Process knowledge and practice-relevant electrical engineering basics

  • Basics of electronics
  • Soldering, checking and reworking
  • Electronic prototyping
  • PCB design
  • PCB milling and PCB production
  • SMT production using the automatic placement machine 
2. Software and programming
  • Agile product development with low-cost microcontrollers (e.g., Arduino)
  • Sensor technology
  • Programming in Python and C++
  • User interfaces and front-end
  • Automation, integration, and cloud solutions
3. Coaching and support for product development
  • Support and mentoring by experienced electrical and software engineers.
  • Advanced workshops (e.g., steps on the way to small/series production, quality assurance, cost-saving potential)
  • Interactive events with the electronics cooperation partners of the MakerSpace
  • Support from the MakerSpace service team
🤷‍♂️ Who can apply?
  1. Start-up teams with a clearly defined team structure and the goal to develop an IoT product that serves a clearly defined market need
  2. Company teams who develop a product with use cases inside or also outside the company

🐱‍💻 Our requirements

1. Basic experience in the field of electronics
2. Concrete and defined product idea
3. Passion for hacking things

📆 Duration

The program runs in two rounds per year, starting in June and October and lasting six weeks each.

💶 Costs

Start-up teams: no costs

Company teams: please contact Felipa Carrara