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Develop your leadership potential by becoming a member of AIESEC UK and by volunteering and interning abroad.
What is AIESEC?
AIESEC was founded in 1948 in 7 countries in Europe. Now, more than 65 years later we are present in over 126 countries and territories and are still growing.
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COUNTRIES AND TERRITORIES
Employers, Higher Education & like-minded organisations have partnered with us since the organisations inception in 1948.
We receive countless insightful and interesting experience stories from students on our programmes.
Student Story: Naomi’s Experience in Brazil and Peru with EduActionApril 16th, 2015
In March 2012, I travelled to Brazil to volunteer with EduAction, an intercultural education project offered through the AIESEC Global Community Development Programme. EduAction is an NGO that brings international volunteers to schools and NGOs in Latin America to facilitate workshops on topics of global importance such as cultural diversity, social responsibility and sustainability. Why am I telling you about it in 2015? Well in a way, my exchange was only the beginning of my EduAction experience.
Student Story: Jaimie’s Volunteering Experience in TaiwanApril 16th, 2015
Last Summer through AIESEC, I went on a GCDP program in Taiwan. My first project was to organise a 5 day conference called ‘iContact the World’ for high school students with the local Organising Committee (OC) as well as the other Exchange Participants (EP) from all over the world.
Student Story: Exchange is not a few weeks in your life, it’s your life in a few weeks.April 16th, 2015
My journey in Moldova summer 2014 has truly been an unforgettable experience. Five weeks of my summer doing volunteer work in Moldova was definitely well spent and worth it. It wasn’t because everything went as well as expected, but it was the challenges that I encountered that made it hugely memorable. Little did I know the moment I applied to Summer Box 2014 with AIESEC Chisinau, I was about to start a life-changing experience.
Student Story: Cultural Exchange enhanced my understanding of the world20th October, 2015
Over the summer of 2015, I was lucky to go on the Global Teach programme for 6 weeks. My teaching experience in China has led me to appreciate the differences in culture a lot more because we truly are exchanging cultural knowledge. Being in a professional environment abroad has also meant that I have become a lot more confident in my abilities to be independent in my future career.
Emma Simpson, University of Southampton