International Association for the Exchange of Students for Technical Experience (IAESTE) is an Independent, non-profit and non-political student exchange organisation. It provides students in technical degrees (primarily Science, Engineering and the applied arts) with paid, course-related, training abroad and employers with highly skilled, highly motivated trainees, for long or short term projects. With over 80 countries involved and exchanging over 4000 traineeships each year worldwide, total in excess of 400,000+ traineeships, it is the largest organisation of its kind in the world.
Our main aim is to help our members realize their dreams and to facilitate the exchange of ideas- both technical as well as, cultural, by connecting students from various cultures and countries.
Work experience gained abroad enhances your independence and flexibility, communication and foreign language skills, and contributes to your personal and academic development. Employers know that if students have successfully overcome the challenges brought on by international work experience, they will stand out from the crowd at interview.
With the increasing competitive edge in the market today, the race to recruit the most talented and creative professionals has reached a pitch height. IAESTE India offers you access to some of the best trainees and global professionals, through which you can promote your company, grow your international network and at the same time enhance your global reputation. It extends a global level of succession and eventual succession of your company.
" Iaeste experience was one of a kind. I haven't got only exp from working, also i gained exp in culture, way of living, food in India and for me that was the best exp especially coz India is unique country in the world. "
" My time at jecrc university allowed me to work on a research type project within my field of study and have helpful guidance from the faculty of the engineering department. More than the work experience, the cultural experience gained was invaluable. "
" I feel very lucky for having such an opportunity to meet so many helpful and open people, because I always knew that in case of any kind of trouble I can always count on help from both faculties and students - and that is a very important thing when it comes to living in a completely different country."