Would you like to make this summer the best summer in your life so far? Yes? Then the AEGEE-Summeruniversity is exactly what you need! Up to three weeks of fun, cultural exchange and great parties with students from all over Europe. From the Canary Islands to the Caucasus, from the forests of Finland to the beaches of Crete all over Europe members of AEGEE have organized a unique program for you. Thanks to voluntary work of our members the fun and the price can not be beaten. The only thing you have to do is become a member of AEGEE if you are not already and apply for a summeruniversity till April 28th 2013! More about the application and the project is presented at our Summeruniversity Info Night on April 24th at 8 pm at KHG of LMU at Leopoldstr. 11 (near U-Bahn Giselastraße). Afterwards there will be the SprachDuo Stammtisch at the same place – you are invited to stay!
Visit the official Summeruniversity Website to get an overview:
From April 2nd till April 7th 2013 the next AEGEE general assembly called Agora will take place in Mannheim. This time it organised by seven nearby Antennae which is a Novum in AEGEE.
If you want to join us you need to be an AEGEE member and apply as participant till February 3, 2013. The Agora is the best way to get to know the whole world of AEGEE in a short time and connect with almost 1000 members of our network from all over Europe at one single event!
You want to know more about what the Agora is and what happens in Mannheim? Look here!
Besides the many interesting European events that AEGEE offers throughout the year there are traditionally events to celebrate together into the new year. This year you can e.g. celebrate in Naples or in Riga. But you need to be quick, application closes tomorrow! Also keep an eye on the European Calendar of Events there might be more events to come!
Recently we received the sad news that Franck Biancheri has passed away on October 29th. In 1985 he foundet the organisation EGEE in Paris that 3 years later was renamed to AEGEE. Franck Biancheri got the ball rolling that developed into the largest interdisciplinary student organisation in Europe. He counts as one of the fathers of the Erasmus programme having convinced Francois Mitterand in 1987 to support the programme. In 1998 he Biancheri founded the European think tank Europe 2020. Further he was honorary chairman of the party Newropeans who work for the democratisation of the EU. His visions will live on through the many people he inspired.
There is an online space for you to leave your words of gratitude for Franck Biancheri.
AEGEE (sprich: a'eschee) München ist Teil des europaweiten Netzwerks in über 240 Städten mit 15.000 Mitgliedern. Alle Studienrichtungen, alle Interessen, Europa fühlbar für dich! AEGEE ist politisch unabhängig, gemeinnützig und überparteilich. Studenten für Studenten.
Wir treffen uns jeden Dienstag um 19.30h im AEGEE München Büro. Neugierige sind sehr herzlich eingeladen!