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Our most frequently asked questions by foreigners.
I live in Germany and want to go abroad with AIESEC
That's great to hear! In that case, please put in your contact data on https://www.aiesec.de/anmeldung, so that your personal AIESEC Experience Manager from your nearest AIESEC local committee can get in touch with you to support you find the most suitable opportunities and guide you through the application process. The registration is free and not binding. Here are two small tipps for your registration:
I DO NOT live in Germany and want to go abroad with AIESEC
That's great to hear! Please note that this is the website of AIESEC in Germany and AIESEC in Germany is only responsible for young people living in Germany. In your case, please approach the local AIESEC representation in your country of residence or your home country. You can find the contact data of all AIESEC offices here.
You can contact AIESEC in the following locations with the methods below: Americas: Argentina: You can contact AIESEC in Argentina through: https://www.facebook.com/AIESECinArgentina/. Bolivia: You can contact AIESEC in Bolivia through: https://www.facebook.com/AIESECenBolivia/. Brazil: You can contact AIESEC in Brazil through: https://www.facebook.com/AIESECinBrazil/. Canada: You can contact AIESEC in Canada through: Facebook- https://www.facebook.com/AIESECinCan
Is there an English version of this website?
Yes, there is. Please note that this is the website of AIESEC in Germany, which is why I hope that you understand that our content is in German. Our international website is aiesec.org If you live in Germany and would like to go abroad with AIESEC, please read this article. If you do not live in Germany and would like to go