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Tips and Tricks For Travelling Cheap

Tips and Tricks For Travelling Cheap

By | September 7, 2017 at 8:00 am

In times that are not financially easy, travelling seems to be a luxury, but do not forget that even a small trip helps to shake off the burden of problems and gain new strength. There are many tricks which might help to plan a cheap trip. Since most of AEGEEans are students on...

Posted in: Beyond AEGEE

One Girl, One Interrail Pass, Five Countries: Carolina’s Experience

One Girl, One Interrail Pass, Five Countries: Carolina’s Experience

By | April 7, 2017 at 8:00 am

Everything starts in Chisinau, Moldova when I won another Interrail Pass thanks to the AEGEE Lottery. Another, because AEGEE had given me one just a few months before the first Interrail Pass for my SUCT trip. Surprised, lucky and happy I came back to Italy dreaming about my...

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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...

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AEGEE-Skopje: the Macedonian Antenna Specialist in Organising TSUs

AEGEE-Skopje: the Macedonian Antenna Specialist in Organising TSUs

By | February 18, 2016 at 2:15 am

AEGEE-Skopje, the only antenna in Macedonia and with 70 members, has become well known for its Travel Summer Universities (TSU). We spoke with Maria Davceva, External Relations Responsible, who told us about the results of the last Winter Event, which the Macedonian antenna...

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AEGEE-Nijmegen and their hitchhike to Bruges: AEGEEans’ spirit on highways of Europe

AEGEE-Nijmegen and their hitchhike to Bruges: AEGEEans’ spirit on highways of Europe

By | February 11, 2015 at 2:45 pm

Did any of you ever hitchhike? If you never did, but you would like to do it, or you did and you love it, than you will enjoy the story of AEGEE-Nijmegen. To find out how everything started and how everything finished we talked with Renée van Schaijk, organiser of the...

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Life after Erasmus: how to beat the Erasmus Blues

Life after Erasmus: how to beat the Erasmus Blues

By | June 29, 2014 at 11:00 am

A lot of students dream about spending one or two semester abroad in a foreign country. And why not? The experience is amazing; you get to meet all these new amazing people from different countries with various backgrounds. You get to go to parties and stay out as late as you...

Posted in: Beyond AEGEE, Travel Guide

A hitchhiker’s guide to Europe

A hitchhiker’s guide to Europe

By | June 22, 2014 at 1:40 pm

 One of the cheapest ways to travel is hitchhiking, which is also used by AEGEEans, with some locals even organising hitchhiking competitions. Still though, many people haven’t tried it before and might even be scared to try. Are you one of them? Don’t worry! The AEGEEan...

Posted in: Beyond AEGEE, Travel Guide

Crossing Europe with Europe on Track 2

Crossing Europe with Europe on Track 2

By | June 14, 2014 at 2:06 pm

In 2013 the Europe on Track project got launched, sending out young people to cross the European continent searching for answers to questions like: ‘Why should more young people become actors in the European Project?’ and ‘How can we get young people more engaged in the...

Posted in: European Bodies

Relationships beyond borders

Relationships beyond borders

By | September 16, 2012 at 4:09 pm | One comment

It is no secret that AEGEE is a very good place where to meet not only your future best friends, colleagues and simply great people, but even your future spouse, boyfriend or girlfriend. There are loads of stories about happy marriages between AEGEE members from the same and...

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Alternative holidays: thumb up

Alternative holidays: thumb up

By | August 28, 2012 at 9:40 pm

Some ideas come suddenly, like a bolt out of the blue, others are like raindrops, one by one creating a hurricane. For me, the situation was the second: first I read a blog post, then I saw a video, then I heard experiences from people... and finally I decided that this year I...

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