Browsing Tag Cultural Exchange

AEGEE-Las Palmas goes to Brussels for a Study Trip

AEGEE-Las Palmas goes to Brussels for a Study Trip

By | May 29, 2018 at 10:42 pm

Imagine you live in an EU country, yet far far away from the heart of the continent - say, on remote Canary islands. How can you foster the sense of belonging to Europe and to Brussels, where decision directly concerning your life are made every day? AEGEE-Las Palmas knows the...

Posted in: European Events

Why Consider an Internship in the USA?

Why Consider an Internship in the USA?

By | April 3, 2017 at 8:00 am

Ready to gain practical hands-on experience and hone skills that will benefit you throughout your life? An internship in the United States will make you a better student and employee, cultivate your entrepreneurial and innovative spirit and foster skills that are highly prized...

Posted in: Beyond AEGEE

ACTive Local of the Month of January AEGEE-Izmir “All Locals Are Unique in Their Own Way!”

ACTive Local of the Month of January AEGEE-Izmir “All Locals Are Unique in Their Own Way!”

By | April 18, 2016 at 3:09 pm

Around the beginning of the new year, AEGEE-Izmir organised a postcrossing project with their twin antennae AEGEE-Moskva. Even though at the time there was political tension between the two countries, the project turned out to be a huge success, involving members of both locals...

Posted in: ACTive Local of the Month, Network

Under the Tuscan sun: friends from AEGEE-Budapest and AEGEE-Siena together

Under the Tuscan sun: friends from AEGEE-Budapest and AEGEE-Siena together

By | July 30, 2014 at 2:00 pm

It was planned months ago and finally on the 19th of June eleven members of AEGEE-Budapest arrived in Siena to visit, enjoy and appreciate the Tuscan city for four days together with the members of AEGEE-Siena. The members from AEGEE-Budapest were hosted by AEGEE-Siena's...

Posted in: Network

The 2013 European Day of Languages

The 2013 European Day of Languages

By | February 21, 2014 at 7:36 pm

Have you ever wondered how many languages are spoken throughout Europe? Do you enjoy listening to other foreign languages despite the fact that you don’t understand a word of them? Have you ever wanted to be involved in a linguistic tandem? If you answered yes to one of these...

Posted in: European Bodies

AlicanteSULoff –  Yellow SUnmarine Vol. II

AlicanteSULoff – Yellow SUnmarine Vol. II

By | December 3, 2013 at 9:15 pm

Time is ticking out and summer is over but I cannot feel bad, thanks to good memories, I enjoyed the summer while it lasted. Well, actually I’m still tangled up in Alicante. I don’t know where to start. I can say my travel ritual is to get lost so I didn’t want to break...

Posted in: European Events, Summer Universities

The Sports Working Group Board Looking Back at a Year of Challenges

The Sports Working Group Board Looking Back at a Year of Challenges

By | September 15, 2013 at 3:45 pm

The Sports Working Group (SWG) is preparing for this autumn by encouraging antennae to take part in interesting events such as the MOVE Week and Football Against Racism in Europe (FARE) while also preparing for Autumn Agora Zaragoza and the upcoming elections for the SWG. In...

Posted in: European Bodies

Non-natives in the board and how AEGEE turns out to be your family

Non-natives in the board and how AEGEE turns out to be your family

By | August 18, 2013 at 10:15 am

Landing in a city you do not know, exploring the cultural and administrative habits of a foreign country and all this time – searching for...

Posted in: People

Bringing Two Sunny Cities Together

Bringing Two Sunny Cities Together

By | March 20, 2013 at 12:33 pm

A story of how the sun brought AEGEE-Yerevan and AEGEE-Athina closer thogether and keeps shining on their cooperation. It all started as a joke between Armenak Minasyants from AEGEE-Yerevan and me, Zoi Karapati, more than one year ago. We were in contact with each other...

Posted in: European Events

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