AEGEE-Europe / European Students’ Forum
AEGEE is one of Europe’s biggest interdisciplinary student organisations, striving for a democratic, diverse and borderless Europe. As a non-governmental, politically independent, and non-profit organisation AEGEE is open to students and young people from all faculties and disciplines. Founded in 1985 in Paris, today AEGEE has grown to a Network of 13000 friends, present in 200 cities in 40 countries all over Europe. Through our activities, we empower students and young people in Europe to take an active role in society. We create a space for dialogue and learning opportunities as well as act as their representative towards decision-makers. AEGEE strengthens mutual understanding among young Europeans and brings Europe closer to young people.
Membership, starting an AEGEE local
Information for AEGEE members, publications
AEGEE’s partners, becoming a partner
The Night of the Seven Antennae, the AEGEE-Europe project that connected the AEGEE locals in seven different European cities in April 2015, has been selected as national winner of the Charlemagne Youth Prize 2016 in Bulgaria, represented by AEGEE-Sofia. [...]
AEGEE-Europe signs the open letter to Donald Tusk, president of the European Council, initiated by JEF-Europe. [...]
Inspired by the famous Humans of New York, AEGEE-Europe launched Faces of Europe, a photoblog that aims at making Europe more personal and exploring the human diversity of our continent. [...]
From left to right: the PDU’s Veronika Czina, Carlos Puente, Pétér Balázs and András Kováts. On September 23, 2015 AEGEE-Budapest co-hosted a panel discussion together with the Project for Democratic Union on the Hungarian refugee crisis in light of the EU’s current migration policy. [...]
AEGEE was my window to the outside world throughout my studies. With each responsibility I opened this window a bit further and volunteering for AEGEE became a part of my student life and education. I learnt how to be tolerant, responsible, cosmopolitan and organised through AEGEE. I learnt that my input counts. I learnt that we all have the potential to change. Isn't that the best lesson that I could have received?
Christian Eichenmüller, AEGEE-Mainz-Wiesbaden