Beyond AEGEE

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. In this interview we spoke with Leo Bue, from AEGEE-Aachen, and he told us more about the project, the feedback of some supporters and the situation of basic rights in Europe.… Read more →

Why Consider an Internship in the USA?

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 by employers across the globe. Here are four reasons why you should cross the Atlantic and intern… Read more →

Ukraine’s European Integration

“The European Union is a political and economical union of 28 countries. EU policies aim to ensure the free movement of people, goods, services, and capital within the internal market, enact legislation in justice and home affairs, and maintain common policies on trade, agriculture, fisheries, and regional development. Within the Schengen Area, passport controls have been abolished.” (Wikipedia) Member states… Read more →

Travel Guide to Zürich

What first thoughts come to your mind when you think of Switzerland? Cheese, watches, banks, chocolate and crazy prizes for everything. Swiss people are also famous for their precision, perfectionism and punctuality. What else would you expect from people who produce watches? While planning to go to Switzerland many people choose Zürich as number one city worth visiting. In my… Read more →

Colombia: a Lifetime Experience

AEGEEans are usually big travellers, and cross borders do not scare them. No doubt that many of them have had an occasion to go to other continents as well, and they could tell wonderful stories about it. Kimberly Townend, from AEGEE-Valencia, enjoyed a study-trip in Colombia and shared her experience with the readers of The AEGEEan.    From the 26th… Read more →