Esri, the global market leader in geographic information systems (GIS), offers the most powerful mapping and spatial analytics technology available. Since 1969, Esri has helped customers unlock the full potential of data to improve operational and business results, and research. Today, Esri’s ArcGIS software is deployed in more than 350,000 organizations including the world’s largest cities, most national governments, and 75% of the Fortune 500 companies. It is also heavily used by scientific organizations, Non-Governmental Organizations and more than 10,000 universities worldwide. The ArcGIS platform embraces not only in-depth analytic tools but also items like the Living Atlas of the World, StoryMaps, python scripting, ArcGIS-R bridge, Drone2Map, Ecological Marine Units data, Geoanalytics Server, and updated imagery.
EGEA members are eligible to receive a free copy of the 1 yr. Student ArcGIS licence which includes ArcGIS Pro and extensions. Please contact the EGEA Secretariat (secretariat[at]egea.eu) to arrange for this free copy.
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Founded in 1636, Utrecht University has evolved into a modern and leading institution with a growing international reputation. The Shanghai Ranking lists the university as no.1 in the Netherlands, on a shared 12th place in Europe and on a shared 53rd place worldwide.

Utrecht University offers 52 Bachelors and 178 Masters degree programmes, many which are taught in English. It is home to 30,344 students and 7,500 staff and each year, more than 2000 students and researchers from abroad visit the University

The new Erasmus+ programme aims to support actions in the fields of Education, Training, Youth and Sport for the period 2014-2020.
Erasmus + provides grants for a wide range of actions and activities in the fields of education, training, youth and sport. The programme gives opportunities to students, trainees, staff and volunteers to spend a period abroad to increase their skills and employability. It supports organisations to work in transnational partnership and to share innovative practices in the fields of education, training and youth. The new sport action will support grassroots projects and cross-border challenges such as combating match-fixing, doping, violence and racism.
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The European Youth Foundation (EYF) is a fund established in 1972 by the Council of Europe to provide financial support for European youth activities. Its purpose is to encourage co-operation among young people in Europe by providing financial support to European youth activities which serve the purpose of promoting peace, understanding and co-operation in a spirit of respect for the Council of Europe’s fundamental values such as human rights, democracy, tolerance and solidarity.
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EduCitizens is project supported by the Erasmus Plus programme. It gathers 7 European partner organisations to explore smart practices in using participatory, empowering and citizenship methods in teaching. The goal of the project is to create evaluation systems which uncover smart practice methods and share them in a handbook for educators.



EUROGEO is the professional European association for all geographers and those interested in human and natural impacts on the world we inhabit. It is a non-profit scientific and educational society founded in 1979 and has its legal base in Belgium. EUROGEO organises regular meetings, events, training courses and promotes geography and the work of geographers in European political circles. It is a network of professionals in the field and also publishes various peer reviewed publications.
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GeoDACH represents the geographical student associations of German-speaking universities. The primarily task is to promote networking between different students associations. Especially concerning university politics and geographical issues. Twice a year GeoDACH members meet at Bundesfachschaftentagungen (BuFaTa).
Furthermore, GeoDACH is a permanent member of the Deutsche Gesellschaft für Geographie (DGfG), the german geographical society and delegates GeoDACH members to the national accreditation board.

IAAS World changes student perspectives on agriculture and international relations. Every day, they work to develop your perspective for a globalized agricultural economy. To accomplish their goals, the student teams work to bring members higher quality exchange programs, students meetings, seminars, and international agricultural communication. For the 57th year in a row, they plan to help members fall in love again with agriculture, international relations, and IAAS. Join our family for the experience of a career and lifetime!
IFISO is an informal forum for international officers of pluralistic, “non-political” and not-for-profit international (worldwide, European, etc.) student-run organisations. Currently the IFISO network consists of a multi-disciplinary mix of 27 such NGOs, covering more than 2 million students all together. Without a legal or formal status, IFISO creates the necessary environment for member organisations to strengthen their capacities through knowledge sharing and identification of synergies.

The YNGO TN can be seen as a subgroup of the IFISO network that connects the training departments of 17 member associations to foster exchange of practices and knowledge, as well as to enable common events and exchange of places for participants and share open calls for trainers in a larger network. If you are interested in the work of the Youth NGO Training Network contact yngo.tn@gmail.com for general information or tc@egea.eu if you would like to know more about EGEAs participation and trainings in EGEA.

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ThinkYoung is a Brussels based think tank concerned with young people. Placing a specific focus on the five fields of Education: Entrepreneurship; Environment & Energy; Enlargement; and EU-Asia, ThinkYoung conducts research, produces audiovisual documentaries, organises conferences and develops educational programmes. This provides young people with a vocal platform that ultimately aims to enhance conditions in Europe for the young generations.
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The International Students of History Association (ISHA) is an international non-governmental organisation of students of history. Their goals are to facilitate communication and provide a platform of exchange for students of history and related sciences on an international level. ISHA believes that international perspectives constitute an important part of every student’s education. Membership is open for students (undergraduate through PhD) from all disciplines and backgrounds with an interest in history and historical science.

StudyPortals is the European study choice platform. Their mission: ”Empowering the world to choosen (for) education”. Their goal: bringing transparency for students to the wealth of international study opportunities. StudyPortals started out at the end of 2007 attempting to fill the massive information gap for finding international masters in Europe. They currently have more than 1,400 participating universities in 40 countries and consider International Student Associations to be their key partners in further developing their services and informing students about the assistance they can provide.

AFNEG (National Federative Association for Students in Geography) is an organisation which gathers local student organisations of Geography across France. A national board is elected every year during the National Congress by the administrators. However, AFNEG is more than one board; it is a national network of associative people who want to act together. And they act to promote associative engagement, represent students, and inform students about education possibilities.

International Forestry Students’ Association (IFSA) is a non political, non religious and not for profit organization that connects forestry students from all over the world. IFSA currently has about more than 90 Local committees from 45 countries. Through international cooperation with the students and other organizations, IFSA represent the voice of youth and also has a vision to achieve sustainable forestry.

YouthProAktiv is an international organization that aims to create a generation of proactive individuals ready to invest their talents for the betterment of society by starting their own business and creating jobs for themselves and the others. It is a coalition of young people promoting a culture of pro-activity and entrepreneurship in education and policy. YPA trains young people to become leaders of tomorrow capable of creating jobs for themselves and others. It advocates for entrepreneurship-friendly policies at a national and international level to achieve a decent employment for all and a resource-free sustainable development.

One of YPA’s initiatives is The Transatlantic Leadership Program. You can join the TLP 2018 via this registration form.

Eurosender is the leading booking engines for ordering door-to-door shipping services for various items such as luggage, packages, parcels, sporting equipment and more. 

Our trusted partner Eurosender supports student mobility by offering simple and affordable shipping solutions for Students. By shipping your luggage, you do not have to compromise on the number of suitcases you want to take with you. Eurosender gives an instant and final price for shipping services and it partners with all the major courier companies. 


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Hostelworld is a booking platform that offers more than 36.000 properties in over 170 countries. Find your accomodations via our affiliate partnership program. The prices are the same as usual, but EGEA gets a commission of 25%. Follow the link on the logo.

The European Youth Forum is the platform of youth organisations in Europe. It works to empower young people to participate actively in society to improve their own lives by representing and advocating their needs and interest and those of their organisations. The vision of the European Youth Forum is to be the voice of young people in Europe, where young people are equal citizens and are encouraged and supported to achieve their fullest potential as global citizens. The main goals of the Youth Forum are a greater youth participation, stronger youth organisations and an increased youth autonomy and inclusion.

Asia Exchange provides short- and long-term study abroad opportunities at prestigious universities across Asia and in New Zealand. In 2017, more than 1000 international students studied in Asia via Asia Exchange. The programs are available for students from all over the world and from different study backgrounds. Students can gain credits during their time abroad and the courses are taught in English. With offices in Finland and Bali, Asia Exchange’s international team is able to support students in their pre-semester preparations in several different languages. 

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FlixMobility is a young mobility provider that has been changing the way millions of people travel in Europe since 2013. As a unique combination of tech-startup, e-commerce platform and transportation company, FlixBus quickly became Europe’s largest intercity bus network, helping over 100 million people reach their destinations. In 2018, FlixTrain was launched, expanding this service into the rail industry. Our green buses and long-distance trains comply with the highest safety and environmental standards, so that we can offer a sustainable, convenient and comfortable alternative to private transportation.

Deutsche Bahn describes itself as the second-largest transport company in the world and is the largest railway operator and infrastructure owner in Europe. They carried around 4.4 billion passengers in 2016 with their trains and buses.

Where in Europe do you want to be? Interrail is the unique and exciting way to get there. One train pass to help you open doors to new destinations, cultures and friendships all over Europe. You can choose from over 40,000 destinations in 33 countries, designing a European adventure that’s personal to you. You create your own story.