International Association for the Exchange of Students for Technical Experience (IAESTE)
Association internationale pour l'échange d'étudiants en vue de l'acquisition d'une expérience technique
Asociación Internacional de Intercambio de Estudiantes para favorecer su Experiencia Técnica
1948-01 London UK
Founded Jan 1948, London (UK), on the initiative of James Newby and the Imperial College Vacation Work Committee, as an ad hoc association under its current name. Registered in accordance with Luxembourg law, 2005.
Operate a high quality practical training exchange programme between members and cooperating institutions so as to enhance technical and professional development and promote international understanding and goodwill amongst students, academic institutions, employers and the wider community.
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