AIESEC conferences are opportunities for our membership to commit to the power of what we stand for, and to experience the strength of our network come together to create an intense learning experience. Each year, we organize and deliver over 470 national and international conferences.
At an organizational level, the conference is an opportunity to train members, develop strategy, discuss topics and issues that the organization is taking up, and engage with our stakeholders.
At an individual level, our members have the opportunity to receive training, build your personal network, demonstrate leadership, and have loads of fun.
Introduction Seminar: A 1-3 day conference for new members to learn more about the AIESEC way, the history of AIESEC, what the AIESEC Experience entails, opportunities AIESEC presents in depth, our operations, meet other AIESECers and plan their individual development while in AIESEC based on the activities and opportunities present.
Preparation Seminar: A 1-3 day conference to provide cultural training, networking, and goal development for exchange participants before they go on an exchange experience.
National Conferences: A 3-7 day conference bringing together all members in a country to form a common direction, plan and discuss matters relevant to the country as well as receive training that will enable a member to turn strategy into action based on the initiatives or approaches decided.
Regional conferences : A 5-7 day conference when members tackle topics, issues and matters relevant to the different regions of the world. During this conference, a member can contribute to bringing down global initiatives to a regional level and to get further insights on how to practice them at a country level.
International Conferences: A 7-12 day conference for leaders at the local or national level for leadership development, strategy building and sharing, defining international direction, building networks of co operations and gathering training bringing growth and ensuring performance in the organisation.