Category Beyond AEGEE

Become an EU Careers Student Ambassador and Step up Your Game!

EPSO’s grassroot project to publicise careers at the European Institutions is the EU Careers Student Ambassadors Programme. Launched in 2010, it allows enthusiastic students from the EU’s most prestigious universities all over the Member States to become EPSO’s Ambassadors on their campuses.

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Meet AEGEE-Europe’s Partner: Spotahome

Looking for accommodation in a new city is not easy. Well, it wasn’t, until now!


Are you moving abroad to work or to study?

What if we told you, you can get your housing sorted before even arriving in your new city?

With Spotahome you can.

Spotahome makes finding a new home fast and easy...

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Attending the General Assembly of IFMSA in Spain: a Report from Alejandra

Dear reader, I’m Alejandra, member of AEGEE since four years ago and, currently, one of the members from the pool of representatives of AEGEE-Europe. Between the 10th and 14 of October, I’ve attended the General Assembly of IFMSA- Spain (International Federation of Medical Students Associations)...

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Tips and Tricks For Travelling Cheap

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...

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Testing German Railways: Domen’s Interrail Experience

During EPM Zagreb, the Civic Education Working Group organised a debate competition, which prize was an Interrail Pass. Domen Brus from AEGEE-Osnabrück was the winner, and he wrote this report of his interesting journey for The AEGEEan.

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I started my journey in Ljubljana where I boarded the trai...

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Is the Rule of Law in Europe at Stake? A Report from Brussels

“Freedom is such a high value that you only feel it, once you don’t have it…”

Does the state determine my freedom? How are people in Europe affected by state limitation? Isn’t freedom self-evident in a (European) democracy? Can Europeans take freedom for granted? Can a state deny me my funda...

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“Faces Of Europe” and “Summer University” are the Winners of the Charlemagne Youth Prize in Romania and Slovakia

The Charlemagne Youth Prize is one of the most prestigious European Prizes. It has been awarded annually since 1950 by the city οf Aachen, Germany, to people who contributed to the ideals upon which it has been founded...

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Serbian Youth Reacts after Presidential Elections

People have been protesting against the government in Serbia for more than two week now, but there is not much to talk about this in the media, not even in Serbia.

Thousands of young people, students and other citizens of Serbia have been walking on the streets of cities to protest against the gover...

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

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 future adventure. 

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AEGEEans and Young People All Over Europe React for the European Project

There is a project that is involving people from many countries of Europe. Its aim is to discuss the EU issues and protest against Brexit and other events undermining the European Union...

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