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AIESEC

AIESEC facilitates international projects for thousands of students and recent graduates each year.

Also known as: Association Internationale des Etudiants en Sciences Economiques et Commerciales

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Programs

Traineeships and volunteer projects run from 8 weeks to 18 months.

Qualifications

Many projects require that applicants be fluent in the language of the host country. AIESEC's exchange programme only accepts applicants from the following study disciplines or related disciplines: Accounting, Business Administration and Management, Computer Science, Development Studies, Economics, Finance, Information Technolgy, and Marketing. Participants must also be either undergraduates or very recently graduated. In the case of the former, this typically means you are a second year student or later in your studies, and for the latter, this typically means you have finished university in the past six months

Financial Arrangements

Programs are done the basis of a paid traineeship or as a volunteer for a non-profit organization. Participants receive a stipend.

Contact Information

Web Site: www.aiesec.org

E-Mail: info@ai.aiesec.org

Address:
AIESECUS, Inc.
135 West 50th Street Floor 20
New York, NY 10020
USA

Registration / Application

Registration is through the local committee in the country of residence of the volunteer. See the AIESEC web site for the address of local committees.

Stats

History: Organized originally in 1948 in Prague.

Budget: $732,006 (fiscal 1999)

Regional Activitiy: AIESEC currently has projects in 81 countries in 10 Regions (Africa: 15, Asia: 6, Australia-Oceania: 3, Central America: 5, Eastern Europe: 23, Middle East: 1, North America: 2, South America: 8, Southeast Asia: 6, Western Europe: 12)

Mission Statement

To contribute to the development of our countries and their people with an overriding commitment to international understanding and co-operation.
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