AIESEC is a leading worldwide organization run by students. It aims at promotion of cultural awareness and international cooperation through students exchange programs. The organization provides the companies access to the list of graduates and students from over 700 high schools throughout the world. It also helps the Polish students to take part in foreign training in any of over 80 countries where the association operates.
AIESEC organizes various student exchange programs:
AEGEE - The European Students Forum
AEGEE - The European Forum of Students is a pan-European student organization, operating as an independent association, which promotes the European ideals, democratic cooperation and tolerance in the academic environment. The association aims at promoting European integration as well as enabling young people from all European countries to establish contacts, obtain information and exchange their views. Through organizing international conferences and seminars we try to increase awareness of the problems that we encounter in today's society, at the time of European integration.
More information about AEGEE available here.
The Association of UITM Students and Alumni
The Association of UITM Students and Alumni was founded in June 2000 with the aim of integrating the academic environment both during the course of studies and after graduation.
Its activities can be structured around the following interest areas:
Academic Sports Association
University Club of Academic Sports Association at UITM in Rzeszów was founded on 4th June 1997. The major task of the Club is the promotion and propagation of academic sport by organizing and attending various sport, tourism and recreation events.
Since 1998 UC ASA UITM has been participating in regional tournaments and championships, and since 1999 in the biannual Championships of Non State Universities.
The University Club organizes interdepartmental tournaments at UITM, which are popular with the students.
At present the Academic Sports Association UITM functions in 9 sections: soccer, male and female judo, male and female volleyball, male basketball, skiing, sailing and tourism. In October 2003 UC ASA UITM created two new sport sections: mountain cycling and table tennis. ASA has over 100 members.
Students Research Groups
Marketing Forum Research Group
Supervisor: Dariusz Tworzydło, Ph.D.
Photography Research Group
Supervisor: Marek Nizioł, M.Eng.
Medical Rescuers "Ambulance" Research Group
UITM Academic Choir
published: 11 March 2009 09:49