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1 E NGLISH C HAT ! ! ! Presentation Mehrdad Chapariha mehrdad@nobeno.com

2 IAESTEIAESTE My ExperienceMy Experience

3 What in the world does IAESTE stand for? The International Association for the Exchange of Students for Technical ExperienceThe International Association for the Exchange of Students for Technical Experience Pronounced:Pronounced: –English (int.) I-ESSTE –English (US) I-ESSTAY! –German YA-ESTE The I nternational A ssociation for the E xchange of S tudents for T echnical E xperience

4 What is IAESTE International? Founded in 1948 in Europe as a means to rebuild Europe after WWIIFounded in 1948 in Europe as a means to rebuild Europe after WWII Facilitates exchange of technical students in 80+ countriesFacilitates exchange of technical students in 80+ countries A RECIPROCAL exchange: for every internship located in Iran, we receive an internship abroad for an Iranian studentA RECIPROCAL exchange: for every internship located in Iran, we receive an internship abroad for an Iranian student

5 One to One Exchange 1 IUT Student goes abroad = 1 International Student comes to IUT

6 The Vision of IAESTE International To provide students with practical international experience relative to their studies so they can excel in todays global environmentTo provide students with practical international experience relative to their studies so they can excel in todays global environment To promote international understanding and goodwill among students of all nations To promote international understanding and goodwill among students of all nations

7 Where is IAESTE? Global Global 80+ participating countries 80+ participating countries National National IAESTE Iran (NC) IAESTE Iran (NC) Local Local 7 universities 7 universities Hundreds around the world Hundreds around the world

8 What is IAESTE Iran Founded in 2002 at the University of Tehran ( Co- operating Institution) Founded in 2002 at the University of Tehran ( Co- operating Institution) 7 universities are participating now 7 universities are participating now Applied for Associate Membership in 2005 Applied for Associate Membership in 2005 Each year about 100 offers and 70 outgoing and 25 incoming trainees Each year about 100 offers and 70 outgoing and 25 incoming trainees

9 Benefits for StudentsIndustrySchoolsProfession

10 Benefits for Students Prepare for global economyPrepare for global economy Master a foreign languageMaster a foreign language Enhance employability upon graduationEnhance employability upon graduation Gain vital cross-cultural exposureGain vital cross-cultural exposure Improve communication skillsImprove communication skills Grow personally and sociallyGrow personally and socially Expand engineering skills and ability to practice discipline in other culturesExpand engineering skills and ability to practice discipline in other cultures Looking out of the box!

11 Benefits for Universities Gain world-wide visibilityGain world-wide visibility Increase the flow of technology between the institution and industryIncrease the flow of technology between the institution and industry Foster students critical thinking skillsFoster students critical thinking skills

12 Benefits for Industry Establish ties with key universitiesEstablish ties with key universities Gain employees with global perspectiveGain employees with global perspective Gain employees with language skillsGain employees with language skills

13 IAESTE IUTs Mission: You Suggest!

14 WINTER: Exchange of domestic offers for international offers among the 80+ IAESTE member countries (Exchange Conference) The IAESTE Calendar SUMMER: Iranian Student Departure LC reception of incoming trainees SPRING: Nomination and Acceptance on Iranian and international interns Preparation for arrival of interns in LC areas Continuation of job raising FALL: Job Raising

15 Challenges 1.Reciprocal nature of the problem - must find domestic internships 2.The confusing and ever-changing world of visas and work permits 3.Keeping costs low for students

16 Where can I go? Over 80 member countries, expanding every yearOver 80 member countries, expanding every year IAESTE Iran sends students to ~30 countries each yearIAESTE Iran sends students to ~30 countries each year

17 Am I eligible? (formal criteria) Must be:Must be: –Student at universities and Institutes affiliated to the ministry of science, research and higher education –Enrolled in engineering, sciences or applied art –Age 22-30 –Fluent in English

18 Am I eligible? Can you speak English?Can you speak English? Are you afraid of flying?Are you afraid of flying? Can you live on your own?Can you live on your own? Can you cook, wash…?Can you cook, wash…? Can you manage your money?Can you manage your money? What would you do to a negative response?What would you do to a negative response?

19 Am I eligible? What about your family?What about your family? Are you in love with someone?Are you in love with someone? Can you sleep at train station?Can you sleep at train station? Are you self confident?Are you self confident? What would you do if your offer was canceled after you passed all steps (Khans!)?What would you do if your offer was canceled after you passed all steps (Khans!)?

20 MONEY MONEY MONEY Application feeApplication fee AirfareAirfare VisaVisa InsuranceInsurance OthersOthers –Souvenir –Experience –Fare Tickets

21 Salary All interns are paid a salary in local currency to cover the cost of livingAll interns are paid a salary in local currency to cover the cost of living Vary from country to countryVary from country to country The IAESTE internship is not meant to be a money making venture, rather an invaluable experience of the culture and gain in work experienceThe IAESTE internship is not meant to be a money making venture, rather an invaluable experience of the culture and gain in work experience

22 MONEY MONEY MONEY My experience in Germany – 2 monthsMy experience in Germany – 2 months Nomination ريال 600,000 Insurance (for the 1st week) ريال 117,000 Visa ريال 360,000 Air Fare ريال 4,280,000 Souvenir & Train Tickets986 Living Cost851 Other (money back)58 Salary718 Total = (green cells) – (blue cells) ريال 18,092,600

23 Reciprocity This is a purely reciprocal relationship – one Iranian job traded for one international jobThis is a purely reciprocal relationship – one Iranian job traded for one international job –HELP RAISE JOBS!! –Help in other aspects of the org and be involved

24 Benefits of being a member Members get priority placementMembers get priority placement Members are familiar with programmeMembers are familiar with programme It will be a good experience even if you do not go abroadIt will be a good experience even if you do not go abroad

25 My Experience in Germany WorkWork StudyStudy ExperienceExperience FunFun

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