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Call Of Duty Trojan Horse

AEGEE-Çanakkale | AEGEE-Izmir

From

Type

Thematic category

Theme

Cities visited

Dates

Saturday, June 15th

Travel Summer University (TSU)

History

Trojan Horse

Çanakkale,Troia,Assos,Gelibolu,Bozcaada

and Gökçeada Islands

Calendar

June

To Sunday, June 30th

Event fee 180€

Participants 40

Optional fee 35€

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Optional fee used for

Windsurf,scuba-diving,Turkish Bath

Event description

Alternative programme

to the optional fee

Confirmation

Lodging

Provided meals

Beach activities

Send copy of the ticket in advance

Gym,student dormitories,tents

Breakfast, lunch

Contact email aegeecanakkaletsu2013 gmail.com

Facebook

Coordinator phone (+90)553-280-99-96

University support

Suitable for disabled

participants

Required special

equipment

http://www.facebook.com/pages/AEGEE...

Yes

No

Sleeping bag, Suit

Are you ready for the summer university that is going to be in Çanakkale where the blue

and green are united? AEGEE-Çanakkale is opening the gate of history for you. Would like

to see the place that takes an important role both in Turkish and World history with all it's

beauties? Of course it is not only history: Thematic parties that we will enjoy altogether,

sports and beach activities, various workshops and more... Besides, all of you will get the

chance to taste the local foods and beverages. I'm sure all of you know the Trojan Horse.

At the surprise party, we will have a survivor contest at the end of which the King of Troy

will title you as the protector of the Trojan Horse.

Are you ready for this adventure?

Places visited

Çanakkale

You’ll have change to see Europe and Asia

together. Canakkale is located in west part of country, has

two islands and rich history. Troia, Gallipoli are just two of

them.

Activities

Languages used

Turkish, English

Bozcaada

Wine tasting, beach activities, sunset known as Tenedos in Greek mythology.

Are you ready to experience the amazing activities this Summer

University is offering? Here they are:

- Sports activities such as; windsurfing, scuba-diving, cycling in

Bozcaada(Come and see if you wonder).

- Let's change the ancient beauty contest into a much more modern one

and design our own style!

- Sun bath

- Dances, workshops.

- Tasting the hand-made wine of Bozcaada.

- Special Turkish food, drink and dessert.

- Cultural activities!

- Mud Bath

- Turkish Falk Dance workshop

- Thematic parties

- Yacht tour

Dardanos

A small village for vacation outside the Canakkale city. Activities: Scuba-diving,

windsurfing.

You can also see a couple of Greek islands.

Gökçeada

Placed in the western part of Turkey.

Activities;mud bath, camping in the most western part of

Turkey.

Assos

Ancient Greek monuments and place of Aristotle. Drama in the ancient theater.

Magical scenery of Dardanelles.

You can also see a couple of Greek islands.

Ideal participant

The ideal participant is for us energic and curious ones. We are looking

for history lovers, funny, friendly, open minded and having sense of

humour as participant.

Pictures (click to view)


Everyone will be famous for 15 minutes! - Andy Warhol

AEGEE-Skopje

Type

Summer Course (SC)

Thematic category

Arts & Creativity

Theme

Be creative, take a chance!

Cities visited

Skopje, Ohrid, Krushevo

Dates

Calendar

From

Friday, June 21st

June

July

To Friday, July 5th

Event fee 140€

Participants 30

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29 30 31

Optional fee 35€

Optional fee used for

Alternative programme

to the optional fee

Confirmation

Lodging

Provided meals

Course level

Boat party, boat tour, trip to Vevchani

Exursions

Pay 50% of the fee in advance

Youth Hostels or dormitories

Breakfast, dinner

Beginner

Teachers Maja Dzepovska - art; Monika Smilchevska -

theater; Gorjan Gilevski - dancing and

photography; Milka Uzunova - art

Course

Timetable

Equipment

Interactive! The participants will have to

learn techniques and reproduce them

themselves later

14 hour per week, 28 total

Painting and writing materials, everything

they will need will be provided, apart from

individual cameras which we would prefer

they have

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Event description

Have you ever dreamed of a red carpet beneath your feet and paparazzi all around you as

you walk into a room?

In this year’s Summer University we will visit the most beautiful sights in Macedonia.

Starting from our capital - Skopje, going to the beaches of Ohrid – the city of UNESCO, to

Krushevo – birth place of the most famous Macedonian pop – star.

However, our entire attention will be devoted to our celebrities – the participants.

Our dearest guests, we will give you an opportunity to tap into your creativity, turn your

ideas into reality, demonstrate and develop your abilities. You will get to write, paint, sing,

dance and learn more about all the possibilities of the artistic and creative fields. Music,

movies, photography, books, theater, graffiti, costumes, fashion, street art, all in the spirit of

the free thought and honoring the well-known Andy Warhol!

We guarantee that you will get to speak, sing or paint your mind at some point of this

journey. Our ultimate goal is for you to loose yourselves in the art and find out what truly

makes you happy, discover the limits of your imagination and with it – yourselves! All of

this, of course, while you are having the time of your lives! And who knows, you might even

extend your 15 minutes of fame… :)

Pictures (click to view)

Contact email contact.aegeeskopje.su gmail.com

Facebook

https://www.facebook.com/groups/155...

Coordinator phone 0038976490404

University support

Suitable for disabled

participants

Required special

equipment

Languages used

Yes

No

Cameras

English

Activities

- dancing

- acting

- painting

- taking photographs

- designing clothes

- learning about the History of art (more particularly Andy Warhol)

- writing

Ideal participant

Enthusiastic, creative, outgoing and ready to plunge into his imagination

and explore his artistic abilities!


Pearl of the Black Sea

AEGEE-Sevastopol

Type

Thematic category

Theme

Cities visited

Dates

Travel Summer University (TSU)

History

Crimea on the crossroad of culture

Sevastopol, Bakhchisarai, Simferopol, Saky,

Yalta, Sudak

Calendar

From

Sunday, June 23rd

June

July

To Sunday, July 7th

Event fee 180€

Participants 15

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Optional fee 20€

Optional fee used for

Alternative programme

to the optional fee

Confirmation

Lodging

Provided meals

Visiting Grand Canyon of Crimea and the

Bath of Youth

Visiting historical places in Bakhchysarai

Send copy of the ticket OR pay 50% of the

fee in advance

Hostel; participants will need to bring

sleeping bag and mattress

Breakfast, dinner

Contact email crimea.su gmail.com

Coordinator phone (+38)095-21-51-478

University support

Suitable for disabled

participants

Activities

Required special

equipment

Languages used

No

No

comfortable shoes,backpacks, swimming

suits

English, Russian

Walking/ hiking, sightseeing, visiting museums, dancing and cooking

workshops, wine tasting, swimming, sunbathing, theme parties, language

survival courses, games and many other activities that will make your

summer unforgettable!

Ideal participant

If you're smart, positive thinking, heat resistant person, who desperately

likes to travel and discover new historical sights and amazing

landscapes, you are very welcomed to our company.

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Event description

THE PEARL OF THE BLACK SEA.

Quite often Crimea is called «The Pearl of the Black Sea» or «the museum in open-air».

The unique combination of various forms of a relief and environmental conditions in small

territory gives Crimea special originality. The different historical ways of many civilizations

and nations of West and East were crossed on the peninsula, that’s why the history of

Crimea is full of the most incredible events and unexpected turns. We invite you to deep in

Ukrainian and Russian, Tatar and Greek cultures by watching folklore, architectural

heritage, tasting and cooking cuisine and, of course, communicating with local hospitable

people.

During these two weeks you will see: ruins of ancient Greek city Khersones Taurica and

ancient Cave settle-fortress Chufut- Kale, Genuese fortress in Sudak and Balaklava, Red

Caves and waterfall Dzhur-Dzhur, Jurassic Vulcano Kara-Dag and Golden Gates of

Crimea, Grand Canyon of Crimea and Bath of Youth, beautiful beaches of Southern coast

“Crimean Riviera” and Saki salt lake with medical mud( “Crimean Dead Sea”),

Bakhchisaray Khan’s Palace and Vorontsov, Massandra, Livadia Palaces in Yalta and

many other sights.

Everyone can find something especial for himself in this beautiful land. Maybe that’s why

“National Geographic” Journal called the Crimea “the best place for visiting in 2013”.

So, join us and share your smile!)))

Places visited

Sevastopol/Balaklava

Sevastopol is located on the Black Sea coast of the Crimean Peninsula. The unique

geographic location and navigation conditions of the city's harbours make Sevastopol a

strategically important naval point. The headquarters of both the Ukrainian Naval Forces

and Russia's Black Sea Fleet are located in the city. The name which the city received at its

birth is of Greek origin and is translated "magnificent, city of glory". Here you will visit the

National Preserve "Chersonesus of Taurica", the ancient town founded by the Greeks 2500

years ago and learn about important historical events happened here in the period of the

Crimean War in 1854-1855 & during the World War II. You will learn about Ukrainian and

Russian culture. Also you will visit hot sunny beaches and enjoy soft waves of the Black

Sea.

Bakhchisaray

Bakhchysarai is another stop at our journey. It is the former capital of the Crimean Khanate.

Its main landmark is Hansaray, the only extant palace of the Crimean Khans, currently

opened to tourists as a museum.

Simferopol / Saki

As the capital of Crimea, Simferopol is an important political, economic, and transport

center of the peninsula. Archaeological evidence in Simferopol indicates the existence of

an ancient Scythian city, collectively known as the Scythian Neapolis. The location was

also home to a Crimean Tatar town, Aqmescit.


Yalta/Alupka

Yalta is a resort city in Crimea, southern Ukraine, on the north coast of the Black Sea. The

city is located on the site of an ancient Greek colony, said to have been founded by Greek

sailors who were looking for a safe shore. The town came to worldwide attention in 1945

when the Yalta Conference between the "Big Three" powers - the Soviet Union, the United

States and the United Kingdom - was held at the Livadia Palace.

Sudak

Sudak Genuese Fortress, Great Silk Path.Bays of Sudak, Novy Svet. Jurassic Vulcano

Kara-Dag nearby. Golden Gates as vulcanous formation are the symbol of Crimea


'A'sia and 'E'urope 'G'ather for 'E'nlightening 'E'xperiences

AEGEE-Istanbul

From

Type

Thematic category

Theme

Cities visited

Dates

Monday, July 1st

Summer Course (SC)

Other

Turkish Customs and Traditions

Istanbul

Calendar

July

To Saturday, July 13th

Event fee 120€

Participants 35

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8 9 10 11 12 13 14

15 16 17 18 19 20 21

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29 30 31

Optional fee 40€

Optional fee used for

Alternative programme

to the optional fee

Confirmation

Lodging

Provided meals

Course level

Teachers

Course

Timetable

Equipment

beach, military museum, Hagia Sofia

swimming, Beylerbeyi palace

Send copy of the ticket in advance

Dormitory

Breakfast, lunch

Intermediate

Tunahan Kamçı, Birant Aytek Öztürk,

Alperen Yavuz

We will have presentations about courses in

our office. These workshop are going to be

interactive.

10 hours per week, 20 hours total

notebooks, pens, maps, stickers

Contact email su2013 aegeeistanbul.org

Facebook

Coordinator phone 00905367649511

http://www.facebook.com/groups/32...

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Event description

Hey you my Summermate!

Get ready to have a BIG BITE from Turkish culture!

A city that magic happens.

A city that links Asia and Europe together with its breathtaking Bosphorus .

A city that with its 19.000.000 population, never sleeps.

A city that people fall in love with.

AEGEE-İstanbul with its dinosaur spirit offering you a summer university that will crash your

life. Apart from magical İstanbul and its wonderful historical places named “ do not die

before seeing” is welcoming you, we prepared for you an amazing program which you will

feel AEGEE spirit from the heart and will have chance to learn how to cook, dance, play

Turkish music instruments, and learn sense Turkish language.

When you are going back to your home :

You will fall in love with İstanbul!

You will learn how to cook from the Turkish cuisine proffessionals

You will swim between Europe and Asia

You will learn Turkish dance

You will swim and hike to Princess Island

You will party in the best clubs of Istanbul’s crazy night life.

Get your luggage and come to Istanbul. Get your bite of İstanbul.

University support

Suitable for disabled

participants

Activities

Languages used

No

No

English

Pictures (click to view)

Swimming On Princes Island

Cycling in Princes Island

Beach Event

Turkish cuisine workshop from professionals

Turkish dance from professionals

Old cit tour(Blue Mosque, Basilica Cistern, Dolmabahçe Palace)

Turkish Bath

Boat Party

Boat Tour

Thematic parties

Ideal participant

Our ideal participants have to be motivated to survive 13 days without

sleeping. They should be eager to learn, willing to have friends,

wondering about Turkish culture and world history. We also prefer

participants who are ready to adapt our schedule that loaded with


courses and fun


Royalicious: Ruling like a boss

AEGEE-Leiden

From

Type

Thematic category

Theme

Cities visited

Dates

Monday, July 1st

Summer Course (SC)

History

Dutch royalty

Leiden, Amsterdam, Den Haag and

Rotterdam

Calendar

July

To Sunday, July 14th

Event fee 130€

Participants 25

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Optional fee 30€

Optional fee used for

Alternative programme

to the optional fee

Confirmation

visit to the Royal Palace in Amsterdam, the

Peace Palace in the Hague,

Free time in the city

Send copy of the ticket AND pay 0% of the

fee in advance

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Event description

"Once upon a time in 2013... There was a Dutch Prince who had to follow up his mother,

making him the new King of The Netherlands. Although he was well-prepared for the job,

he could still use some help and therefore AEGEE-Leiden is organizing a two-week course

about ‘Ruling like a boss’, and his majesty kindly invites you to join him in this event!

Lodging

Provided meals

Course level

Teachers

At student dormitories

Breakfast, dinner

Beginner

organizers and other members of AEGEE-

Leiden

In 2013 we not only celebrate the 200th anniversary of our kingdom, we also get a new

king and that’s a reason for celebration! Leiden is a beautiful old city where all members of

our royal family have lived and studied. We have the oldest university of The Netherlands,

and a medieval citycenter full of canals and romantic bridges. There is a rich studentlife and

a lot of clubs, pubs and bars. The city is small so we will provide you with a bike so you can

get around quickly.

Course Interactive lessons, guided tours

Timetable 14/28

Equipment Everything needed.

Contact email su aegee-leiden.nl

Website http://suleiden.wordpress.com/

Facebook https://www.facebook.com/events/544...

Coordinator phone 31625016418

In these two weeks we will show you everything in our country, from windmills to the red

light district. We will take you rowing through the canals and cycling through our endlessly

flat landscape. We'll take you to the quiet beach and to the crowded capital, we will show

you how to party Dutch-style (did you know Armin van Buuren is from Leiden?) and we will

have our own Queens Day! We will show you all the cities that have a strong connection

with the royal family and we will let you experience the nightlife there. At the end of these

two weeks you will definitely know what we mean with Orange madness, you will love our

drink ‘oranjebitter‘ and you will know that The Netherlands is so much more than just a flat

country full of tall people.

University support

Suitable for disabled

participants

Activities

Languages used

No

No

English, and a course of basic Dutch

So if you want to feel like a princess or if you think your are the prince on the white horse,

apply for our Summer University and bring your orange outfit!"

Icebreaking games, city tour of Leiden, visit to Amsterdam, Rotterdam,

and the Hague, a weekend at the Dutch countryside, European Food

Contest, visit to a windmill, sailing, rowing, and more!

Ideal participant

Our ideal participant is social, curious, fun, and full of AEGEE spirit!


500 Photos of SUmmer

AEGEE-Budapest

Type

Thematic category

Theme

In cooperation with

Cities visited

Dates

Summer Course Plus (SC+)

Arts & Creativity

Creativity, Photography and Culture

Culture Working Group

Budapest, Pécs, Szigetvár, Villány wine

region

Calendar

From

Tuesday, July 2nd

July

To Tuesday, July 16th

Event fee 180€

Participants 20

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29 30 31

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Optional fee 40€

Event description

Optional fee used for

Alternative programme

to the optional fee

Confirmation

Lodging

Provided meals

Course level

Teachers

Course

Timetable

Equipment

Kayaking on the Dráva river

Hiking by the Dráva river

Send copy of the ticket AND pay 50% of the

fee in advance

Gym/dormitory

Breakfast, dinner

Beginner

trainers from CWG, photo professionals

The workshops will mainly hand on

experience instead of conventional lessons.

20 hours of workshops/week, 40 in total

pens, notebooks, fully equipped

photography studio, computers

Contact email su2013 aegee-budapest.hu

Website

Facebook

Coordinator phone +36303831211

University support

Suitable for disabled

participants

Required special

equipment

http://www.aegee-budapest.hu/su2013...

http://www.facebook.com/AegeeBudape...

No

No

mattress, sleeping bag, sport shoes,

camera!

“A good snapshot keeps a moment from running away.”

Eudora Welty

Let the experience of your lifetime begin, when AEGEE-Budapest in cooperation with

Culture Working Group presents you a professional learning experience in the field of

photography while introducing you to the Hungarian culture and spirit!

If you like to take photos and would like to learn even more about it in the company of

people with the same interests, AEGEE-Budapest's Summer University is just the place for

you! It doesn’t matter if you are a pro or not and wether you have an expensive camera – it

will be all about creativity and having fun! We are giving you the opportunity to attend

workshops about photography-related topics (such as composition and lighting, usage of

Photoshop, photography history etc.) and try out what you learnt previously in a studio

using professional equipment!

Apart from the professional background, the most important thing our Summer University

has to offer, is the content of the pictures: the memories of a perfect two weeks – the time

of our lives in snapshots!

You will also gain insight to Hungarian culture by not only visiting Budapest, our capital city,

but by also traveling to Pécs, 2010 Culture Capital of Europe, and you will even be

introduced to the less-known side of the country: the Hungarian country life! We provide

you city tours, workshops on cultural topics, „the taste of Hungarian gastronomy”, hiking

and beautiful panoramas, wine-tasting in Villány, one of Hungary's famous wine regions,

visiting a real cheese-making farm, kayaking on Dráva river, all in all the „Hungarian Spirit”,

with the great mixture of the most famous „AEGEE-Spirit”! All you have to do is capture the

moment, and make this experience truly unforgettable!

Are you in?

Pictures (click to view)

Languages used

English

Activities

-Budapest sightseeing

-Culture Working Group's workshops

-Photography workshops

-Photoshop course

-Spending time in a photography studio with access to professional

equipment

-Thematic city tour in Budapest's Jewish district

-Visiting museums

-Boat trip

-Winetasting in Villány

-Visiting a real Hungarian farm


-Pécs sightseeing

-Enjoying national cuisines

-Getting to know the Hungarian countryside

-Hiking

-Parties

Ideal participant

We are looking for enthusiastic, outgoing and open-minded, creative

people, who are interested in photoghraphy and would like to learn more

about it through workshops and tasks. Both amateur photographers and

those who are on a more advanced level are welcome. It is also very

important, that the applicants are not afraid of being overwhelmed by

culture!

A


Love through ages

AEGEE-Maribor | AEGEE-Pécs

From

Type

Thematic category

Theme

Cities visited

Dates

Wednesday, July 3rd

Travel Summer University (TSU)

History

Time travel through different eras of

mankind

Maribor, Pécs, Keszthely, Siófok, Tihany,

Szigetvár

Calendar

July

To

Thursday, July 18th

Event fee 190€

Participants 30

Optional fee 40€

Optional fee used for

Alternative programme

to the optional fee

Confirmation

Lodging

Provided meals

M T W T F S S

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Wood rafting on Drava

Visiting Lent Festival 2013

Pay 100% of the fee in advance

gym and tents

Breakfast, dinner

Contact email lovethroughages gmail.com

Facebook

Coordinator phone +36304997882

University support

Suitable for disabled

participants

Activities

Required special

equipment

Languages used

-Swimming in Lake Balaton

-Hiking

-Laser tag

-Traditional archery

-Visiting Lent Festival 2013

-Wood rafting

http://www.facebook.com/events/2891...

Yes

No

sleeping bag, mattress, swimsuit,

comfortable shoes

English

-City tours & visiting historical sights

-Hungarian & Slovenian night

-Wine tasting

-Creative and dance workshops

-Night walk with torches to Pyramid hill

-And much more ...

Ideal participant

The ideal participant is someone who loves to interact with people and is

not afraid to find himself in an awkward position, but rather enjoys the

smiles that come from it. You should also not be afraid to act and dress

up, since some of the activities are going to be thematic and you might

end up wearing nothing more than a loincloth. An interest for sharing your

culture, enjoying the nightlife and being able to sleep just a few hours per

day is also a plus. But this is just obvious that you come to a Summer

University to get new experiences rather than to sleep the whole long.

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Event description

Let your primal instinct out in the Stone Age, feast on ambrosia as a Roman, enchant a

special someone in the Renaissance, and embrace the free love of the 70’s and other ages

from our time. We will take you on a journey through time that will make your body shake

and your mind go wild.

For all you lovely explorers of body and mind, we are preparing the perfect atmosphere

where you can let yourself go and immerse in the AEGEE spirit and people with similar

passionate desires in an atmosphere that will make you feel love through the ages.

Swim with us in Lake Balaton, wood raft on the river Drava, take a romantic night walk with

torches on top of Maribor’s Pyramid hill and relax your body in a Hungarian spa. Learn to

dress, act and dance like a character from times gone by. Taste the best wines the

Pannonia region can offer, the delicious blueberry liquor Borovničke and enjoy traditional

Slovenian and Hungarian meals. Sing and dance through the crazy night life at the Lent

Festival and Lake Balaton. But most importantly, meet new friends and feel the love of the

summer that will make you wish it would never end.

Join us on this amazing journey and experience the history, the culture, the culinary

delicacies and the true AEGEE spirit. Love through ages – the TSU adventure that will take

you through time and stay in your heart for all of it to come.

Places visited

Maribor

Maribor is the second largest city in Slovenia with a bit over 100.000 inhabitants, who lived

in beat with the river Drava for ages. The city is surrounded by the Pohorje hill on the south

and Kozjak hill range on the north. East of it lies the Slovenske gorice, one of the most

fertile wine regions in Slovenia. It is a university city, with over 20.000 students living and

studying here. It is famous for its rich cultural and nightlife events because of all the

galleries, museums, cinemas, theatres, etc. It offers various options for youngsters, either

to be part of exciting cultural life or to spend their time working out by jogging to Piramida,

skiing at Pohorje, hiking to Urban, etc. In 2013 Maribor holds the prestigious title European

Youth Capital and offers even more exciting, fun and educational events for young people,

which will most definitely leave an imprint on all who visit Maribor. One of the main

attractions of Maribor is also the Lent Festival, the biggest summer festival in the region,

with 28 stages and amazing concerts, theatre, stand-up, dance and other cultural activities.

Keszthely

On the way from Slovenia to Balaton we will spice your trip with an unforgettable historical

tour in Keszthely. The city is located in the north-western end of Lake Balaton, one of the

biggest lake of Central Europe. Keszthely gives home to the unique palace of Festetics

family from the baroque ages.


Pictures (click to view)

Siófok

In every country, there is a town close to water, which collects the young folks, to help them

forget the monotonicity of the everydays. In Hungary this place is called Siófok. During the

day you can enjoy the water and the refreshing wind of the Balaton, but at night our way

leads out of the rooms, because the city starts to breathe after the sunset. Its long streets

full with bars and clubs help you to don’t worry about tomorrow.

Pécs

Pécs is the "borderless city" of Hungary which can be found in the south-western region of

the country approximately 200 kilometres far from Budapest. Pécs have always been a

multicultural city which is melting different values of the history of two thousand years. In

2007 Pécs was third, in 2008 it was second liveable city (The LivCom Awards) in the

category of cities between 75-200 thousand inhabitants. In 2010 Pécs was selected to be

the European Capital of Culture sharing the title together with Essen and Istanbul. After

receiving the title major renewal started in the city. Renewed public places, streets, squares

and neighbourhoods, new cultural centres, a concert hall, a new library and a cultural

quarter were designed. It was recently chosen by The New York Times as the 38th place to

visit in 2013 thanks to its lively atmosphere and modernity. Pécs is also a real university

city hosting the oldest university in Hungary with its 30,000 students.

Szigetvár

Szigetvár is small historical town 40 kilometres far from Pécs. It is famous about its

medieval castle which was built by the Turkish after they occupied the original one in 1566.

After some hours spent here with a visit and some traditional archery we are heading to the

local spa that is extremely visited by tourist and by those who want to take a rest from the

summer heat.


Vive la révolution!

AEGEE-Brussel-Bruxelles | AEGEE-Paris

Type

Thematic category

Theme

In cooperation with

Cities visited

Dates

Summer Course (SC)

History

Revolutionary exploration of culture and

history of Paris and Brussels

Culture Working Group

Brussels, Paris, Versailles, Bruges

Calendar

From

Wednesday, July 3rd

July

To Monday, July 15th

Event fee 145€

Participants 20

M T W T F S S

1 2 3 4 5 6 7

8 9 10 11 12 13 14

15 16 17 18 19 20 21

22 23 24 25 26 27 28

29 30 31

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Optional fee 40€

Event description

Optional fee used for

Alternative programme

to the optional fee

Day trip to Bruges and evening at the Opera

Garnier in Paris

Visit of the Army museum Brussels, tour

Paris by night

This summer we will start a revolution. AEGEE-Paris and AEGEE-Brussel/Bruxelles

organise their first Summer University together and will offer you 12 days full of culture,

history, discovery, fun, sight-seeing, workshops and friendship.

Confirmation

Lodging

Provided meals

Course level

Pay 100% of the fee in advance

Gym, private lodging (mattrass and sleeping

bag needed)

Breakfast, dinner

Beginner

Wake up, there's a light at the window,

I can hear someone knocking on the door,

There are voices in the street,

And the sound of running feet,

And they whisper the word --

"Revolution!"

Teachers

Course

Timetable

Equipment

members working in the cultural sector

members working on EU related issues

workshops language lessons

14h/week 24h in total

pens and paper

Contact email vivelarevolution2013 gmail.com

Website

Facebook

Coordinator phone +32492317925

University support

Suitable for disabled

participants

Activities

Languages used

• Bike tour to Versailles

http://vivelarevolution2013.wix.com...

https://www.facebook.com/pages/Vive...

Yes

No

English, French

• French and Dutch language classes

• Revolutionary tour of Paris

• Day trip to Bruges

• Visit of the European Parliament

• Visit of the Parlamentarium (the fancy EU museum)

As usual for revolutions, days will be busy and filled with activities and nights will be short

and sleepless. You will discover the capital of Europe, Brussels and the capital of love and

revolutions (two things closely linked), Paris. You will discover why people started

revolutions, how the French Revolution still influences European and AEGEEan values,

how music can start a revolution and you will discuss why we might need new revolutions.

We will offer you 12 amazing days during which you will discover the capitals of Belgium

and France, their culture and history, understand how they are connected and you will for

sure also come across the differences. There will be a legendary European night

introducing the culture and food of our participants and you will see how we dance the night

away in the heart of Europe. During two amazing daytrips you will see more of our

countries and visit the picturesque city of Bruges and beautiful Versailles with it famous

castle. You will discover Paris and Brussels via really revolutionary city tours, explore the

most interesting museums and get a glance into the heart of Europe when you visit the

European Parliament. All this will end with a great firework in front of the Eiffel Tower for

the celebrations of the French National Day and the of course the French Revolution!

So, if you are ready for a true cultural experience, if you are willing to discover two cities,

two countries and their history, if you are full of energy, if you are convinced that there is no

such thing as bad weather only inappropriate clothing, if you want to meet new friends and

have the best time of your life: apply for the ultimate summer university experience in

Brussels and Paris. Let’s experience the revolution together!

Places to be visited

Brussels:


• Eating French fries in Belgium

• Brussels city tour

• Visit of the museum of folklore in Brussels

• Workshops on history and culture

• Visit of our symbols: the Eiffel Tower and the Atomium

• French National Day and fireworks at the Eiffel Tower

• Eating ‘crèpes’ in Paris

• Tour on the ‘Bateaux-mouches’ (boat tour)

• Wine tasting

• Evening at the Opera Garnier in Paris

The capital of Europe is at the same time the largest city and capital of Belgium. It is

famous for its historical buildings, its beautiful parks and of course for being the home to

the European institutions. The international and polyglot city is an amazing place for

experiencing the AEGEE spirit.

Paris:

Paris is one of the most-visited cities of the world and everyone has heard already about its

famous museums, great buildings and of course everybody knows the Eiffel tower. The

French capital is a real metropolis and the river Seine invites to spent nice evenings at the

waterside.

Ideal participant

The ideal participant is open for new experiences, interested in culture

and history, really wants to discover new cities, can sustain with a low

amount of sleep, likes to dance the night away, wants to meet new

people and make new friends and is open to explore the French and

Belgian cuisine.

Bruges:

The picturesque city close to the Belgian coast is often compared to a museum. The city

features many original medieval buildings and just waits to be discovered by AEGEE. The

whole historic centre has been classified as world heritage by the UNESCO. If you want to

prepare for ‘the Venice of the North’, start watching ‘In Bruges’ and be aware that in reality

it is even more beautiful!

Versailles:

When Louis XIV of France decided to build his famous castle in Versailles, the small village

suddenly became the centre of Europe. The royal family resided here and lived a truly

decadent live until they were forced to return to Paris during the French revolution. The

castle survived all revolutions and still is a must-see in France.

The amazing park landscape around it and the urban structure of the palaces, churches

and markets even became the model for cities as Washington.

Pictures (click to view)


Hogwarts Express: 1001 km of wizardry

AEGEE-Kharkiv | AEGEE-Kyïv | AEGEE-Lviv

From

Type

Thematic category

Theme

Cities visited

Dates

Wednesday, July 3rd

Travel Summer University (TSU)

Other

Fairy-tales and magic

Kharkiv, Kyiv, Lviv, Skole

Calendar

July

To Wednesday, July 17th

Event fee 180€

Participants 25

M T W T F S S

1 2 3 4 5 6 7

8 9 10 11 12 13 14

15 16 17 18 19 20 21

22 23 24 25 26 27 28

29 30 31

Optional fee 35€

Optional fee used for

Alternative programme

to the optional fee

Confirmation

Lodging

Provided meals

Kayaking in Kharkiv & aquapark in Lviv

city-tours & sightseeing

Pay 50% of the fee in advance

Hostels and gym (required slleping bags)

Breakfast, lunch

Contact email tsu1001km gmail.com

Facebook

Coordinator phone +380635627143

University support

Suitable for disabled

participants

Activities

- City tours

Required special

equipment

Languages used

- Quests and citygames

- Culinary workshop

- Paintball or laser tag game

https://www.facebook.com/groups/tsu...

No

No

Magic wand & broom

English, Latin for spells

- Visiting Kyiv-Pechersk Lavra (UNESCO heritage site)

- World War Museum

- Lviv city center (UNESCO heritage site)

- Dancing workshop

- Ukrainian language course

- Motanka ("wodoo" dolls making) workhop

- Lviv regional castles

- Museums visiting

- Thematical parties

- Thematical workshops

- Kayaking (optional)

- Aquapark (optional)

Ideal participant

Funny, open minded, active, ready for adventures, believing in wonders

with a sense of humor and the batteries fully charged.

Pictures (click to view)

Event description

Did you ever make anything happen?

Anything you couldn’t explain?

That's because you are special, you are a wizard!

Ok, now you know the mystery but you don't know what to do with it?

We will help you to find your magic in everything around us.

Hop on Hogwarts express and dicover all wonders of Ukrainian cities, their legends and

traditions.

1001 km journey of unexpected adventures, mystery, legends, charming people and fun is

waiting for you!

Places visited

Kharkiv

Kharkiv belongs to the list of the biggest and quickly developing cities of Ukraine and is

situated on the very East of our country. Kharkiv is not an old city, but Soviet past,

Ukrainian present and European future mix together and create its own unique charm and

atmosphere. Vibrant and dynamic, it is well known as one of the biggest students'cities full

of clever and active young people. Also Kharkiv is believed to have one of the biggest

squares in the world, and you must see it before tons of tourists occupy it!

Kyiv

Kyiv is the capital of Ukraine, the biggest city with population of 5-6 million, economical,

political and cultural center of the country. It was founded in the 5th century, and used to be

capital of one of the most powerfull countries of Middle Ages - the Kyiv Rus. The art and

architecture of Kyiv are world treasures. Kyiv is known as a green city with two botanical

gardens and numerous large and small parks. Two of them belong to UNESCO heritage.

Lviv

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basado en BCN IGN España

It's situated in the Western part of Ukraine. Lviv is the city of lions, the city with castle and

without it, the city with river that nobody can see it.

Lviv was founded in 1256 by King Danylo Halytskyi and named in honour of his son, Lev.

One of the most famous building is Lviv Theatre of Opera and Ballet. There was invented

the first oil lamp in the world, published the first book in Ukraine, founded the first university

in Ukraine, built the first railway. Lviv is the main ukrainian culture centre today, the historic

city centre of which is on the UNESCO World Heritage List. Lviv is the city that incredibly

mixed old European culture, original Ukrainian folk and its own magical spirit.

Skole

It is administrative center of the Skole Raion, where you can see real Carpathians

Mountains beauty. Skole is situated in the valley of the Opir river. The first official date

recorded for Skole was in the year 1397. Modern Skole is a small town, with favorable

conditions for the tourist trade.


SUprising Burgos

AEGEE-Burgos

From

Type

Thematic category

Theme

Cities visited

Dates

Thursday, July 4th

Summer Course (SC)

Environment

Youth participation

Burgos and Frias

Calendar

July

To Monday, July 15th

Event fee 130€

Participants 20

M T W T F S S

1 2 3 4 5 6 7

8 9 10 11 12 13 14

15 16 17 18 19 20 21

22 23 24 25 26 27 28

29 30 31

Optional fee 35€

Optional fee used for

Alternative programme

to the optional fee

Confirmation

Lodging

Provided meals

Course level

Teachers

Course

Hire a coach to other city and arc shooting

Sightseeing the city

Pay 50% of the fee in advance

hotel/hostel (beds)

Breakfast, lunch

Beginner

members of aegee and from one NGO local

Workshops will be in classrooms. history

lessons will be outdoor

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Event description

Burgos is capital of old kingdom of Castilla, where spanish language was born.

We will make a trip to all history, from first european (oldest bones discovered in Europe),

to middle ages until nowadays...

It's said Burgos is the place where stones can talk.

You will discover this summer, is the perfect oportunity for ones who want to improve their

spanish, or if you love nature... you will be able to go into the wild spanish highlands...

Travel in time visiting castles, and knowing the part of Spain that are hiden for guides...

We will have a lot of activities, we will visit San Miguel brewery (the only spanish beer sold

out of Spain), we will walk one stage of Camino de Santiago, we will be archers...

All could be possible this summer for you!!!

Timetable

Equipment

Workshops will fill 12 hours, and history

lessons will fill 4

We will provide all, papers, pen, maps...

Contact email summerburgos gmail.com

Website

http://www.aegeeburgos.org/

Coordinator phone (+34)686 843 346

University support

Suitable for disabled

participants

Languages used

Yes

No

english, spanish

Activities

"This is Burgos" workshop

Spanish lessons

Walk one stage of Camino de Santiago

Plant a tree

Citytour

Gymkana

Swimming pool

"What can I do in AEGEE" workshop

Visit San Miguel Brewery

Visit Burgos Castle

Strategic plan Activity

Visit Burgos Cathedral

Visit Human Evolution Museum

Sport Working Group activity

Trip to Frias

Archery (shooting arrows)

Visit Frias Castle

Citytour Frias


Souvenir Workshop

Ideal participant

we want very motivated and active people, who can be until late on party,

and get up early for learn in our spanish classes. And we need active

people who like sports and outdoor activities.


My Culture, Your Picture

AEGEE-Eskişehir

Type

Thematic category

Theme

In cooperation with

Cities visited

Dates

Travel Summer University (TSU)

Other

Take the photos of Anatolian cultural

diversity

Culture Working Group

Eskişehir, Bursa, Ayvalık, Bergama,

Kuşadası, Ephesus, Şirince

Calendar

From

Thursday, July 4th

July

To

Friday, July 19th

Event fee 190€

Participants 25

Optional fee 40€

Optional fee used for

Alternative programme

to the optional fee

Confirmation

Lodging

Provided meals

M T W T F S S

1 2 3 4 5 6 7

8 9 10 11 12 13 14

15 16 17 18 19 20 21

22 23 24 25 26 27 28

29 30 31

Scuba Diving, Boat Tour

Beach activities, Shopping in the city center

Send copy of the ticket OR pay 50% of the

fee in advance

Gym & Youth Hostel.

Breakfast, dinner

Contact email su aegee-eskisehir.org

Facebook

Coordinator phone +90 506 944 4194

http://www.facebook.com/pages/My-Cu...

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ORION-ME

Event description

When was the last time you embarked on an adventure that you would never forget for your

entire life?

When was the last time you felt like discovering things you didn’t know at all?

Don’t you want to acknowledge a culture integrated with yours?

We are going to get you to live an experience that you’ll never forget and we will also leave

you a gallery filled with all those experiences. It doesn’t matter what kind of a camera you

have or how much informed you are. You are going to live 15 days on which you’ll discover

the Anatolian culture from past to present, travel to the heart of Ottoman Empire and

mythology, feel the atmosphere where there is one of the purest airs around the world,

enjoy the sea, sand and the sun to the full.

University support

Suitable for disabled

participants

Yes

No

The fact that you are going to become integrated with different people, surprising activities

which have been planned for you for a year and the pleasure of entertainment will

specialize these perfections.

Activities

Required special

equipment

Languages used

Camera, Towel, Slippers, Sleeping Bag or

Mattress, Sun Cream,

English, Turkish

-Bar Crawl in Eskişehir and Kuşadası

-Outdoor photography workshops

-Architectural photography workshops

-Belly dancing workshop

-Oil wrestling tournament

-Turkish bath (Hamam)

-Barbecue at Mt. Mysia Olympos

-Boat Tour

-Thematic City Tours at Eskişehir, Bursa, Ayvalık, Kuşadası

-Trip to Şirince, city that not be affected by Apocalaypse ,according to the

Mayan.

-Gastronomic workshops (Tatarian, Ottoman & Greek Cousine)

-Trip to Ephesus, city that has defied the years since b.c.6000

-Turkish music workshops

-Legends workshops at mythical places as The Devil's Table & Mt. Ida

-European Night

-Trip to Bergama

-Thematic parties

-Sun,Sea & Sand Times

Ideal participant

Don’t miss this opportunity. Come here and find yourself in the sacred gardens of Anatolia.

Chase the sun of Anatolia. Seize the moment and pick the life up where you left it off.

Places visited

Eskişehir

Eskişehir is a city in northwestern Turkey. The city is located on the banks of the Porsuk

River, where it overlooks the fertile Phrygian Valley. In the nearby hills one can find hot

springs. Known as a university town, both Eskişehir Osmangazi University and Anadolu

University (which has one of the largest student enrollments in the world) are based in

Eskişehir. The name Eskişehir literally means Old City in Turkish; indeed, the city was

founded by the Phrygians in around 1000 BC. The city has a significant population of Turkic

Crimean Tatars. It also attracted ethnic Turks emigrating from Balkan countries and and it

is chosen as Cultural Capital of Turkıc World.

Bursa

The fourth most populous city in Turkey and one of the most industrialized metropolitan

centers in the country.Bursa was the capital of the Ottoman State between 1326 and 1365.

The city was referred to as "Hüdavendigar" (meaning "God's Gift") during the Ottoman

period, while a more recent nickname is "Yeşil Bursa" (meaning "Green Bursa") in

reference to the parks and gardens located across its urban tissue, as well as to the vast

forests in rich variety that extend in the surrounding region.

Ayvalık

Ayvalık is a district in Turkey's Balıkesir Province on the Aegean Sea coast, facing the

Greek island of Lesbos. It is situated on a narrow coastal plain surrounded by low hills to


The ideal participants have funny personality, smiley face, curiosity about

different cultures, willing to explore and always awake for parties. If you

have a vivid, enthusiastic, adventurous soul join us.

Pictures (click to view)

the east which are covered with pine and olive trees.Ayvalık is the perfect place for see the

cultural diversity, from Greek culture to Turkish culture. When you are walking on the

streets it feels like you are living in those times. Every building still protect its historical

structure and you can see mosques and churces stand together.

Kuşadası

Kuşadası is a resort town on Turkey's Aegean coast and the center of the seaside district of

the same name in Aydın Province.The area has been a centre of art and culture since the

earliest times and has been settled by many civilizations since being founded by the

Leleges people in 3000 BC. Later settlers include the Aeolians in the 11th century BC and

Ionians in the 9th century. Originally seamen and traders the Ionians built a number of

settlements on this coast including Neopolis. Now this is city is well known touristic place in

Europe.

Ephesus

The city was famed for the Temple of Artemis (completed around 550 BC), one of the

Seven Wonders of the Ancient World.

Ephesus was one of the seven churches of Asia that are cited in the Book of Revelation.

A


Fire of Mediterranean 5

AEGEE-Adana

From

Type

Thematic category

Theme

Cities visited

Dates

Thursday, July 4th

Summer Course (SC)

Language

Sightseeing, Turkish Language Course,

Dance Course

Adana, Nevşehir (Cappadocia), Antalya

(Kemer and Olympos)

Calendar

July

To

Thursday, July 18th

Event fee 140€

Participants 40

Optional fee 40€

Optional fee used for

Alternative programme

to the optional fee

Confirmation

Lodging

Provided meals

Course level

M T W T F S S

1 2 3 4 5 6 7

8 9 10 11 12 13 14

15 16 17 18 19 20 21

22 23 24 25 26 27 28

29 30 31

Entrying beaches, museums and boat tour

Extra workshop

Send copy of the ticket OR pay 50% of the

fee in advance

Dormitory, hostel and tree houses

Breakfast, lunch, dinner

Beginner

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Event description

Do you want to have an unforgettable summer experience by having fun? Learning Turkish

culture and language? Well, what about Cappodocia and its mysterious buildings which is

unique in the world? Think that a deep blue sea near virgin forest and you are swimming in

this sea.Feel the hot weather and do not forget your suncream.Staying at tree houses is

really relaxing after night parties.Of course you heard something awesome about Turkish

food.We have one missing without you! Keep calm and join us!

We are fully ready and motivated as organization team.The best summer you never ever

had waiting for you...

Feel free to ask us for everything.

Teachers

Course

Timetable

Equipment

Ecem Yağtu, Düşlem Doğan

Interactive education with unlimited fun

14 hours per week, totally 28 hours

We already provide all tuition materials

(notebook, pen and other materials)

Pictures (click to view)

Contact email adanaaegee gmail.com

Facebook

http://www.facebook.com/groups/1370...

Coordinator phone (+90)544-544-7021

University support

Suitable for disabled

participants

Required special

equipment

Languages used

No

No

Swimsuit, suncream and your energy :)

English, Turkish

Activities

* Ice breaking games

* Discovering Turkish culture

* Language course

* Dance course

* Workshop

* Sunbathing

* Sport activities

* Sightseeing

* Boat trip

* Turkish night

* European night

* Awesome parties

Ideal participant


Eager to learn Turkish language and culture, playful, having full of energy

and AEGEE Spirit, friendly, open minded


30 Turtles Vol.II

AEGEE-Mağusa

From

Type

Thematic category

Theme

Cities visited

Dates

Friday, July 5th

Summer Course (SC)

History

Into the heart of Eastern Mediterranean

Culture; Cyprus

Magusa, Lefkosa, Girne

Calendar

July

To Sunday, July 14th

Event fee 90€

Participants 30

M T W T F S S

1 2 3 4 5 6 7

8 9 10 11 12 13 14

15 16 17 18 19 20 21

22 23 24 25 26 27 28

29 30 31

Optional fee 30€

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Optional fee used for

Yacht tour including lunch

Event description

Alternative programme

to the optional fee

Confirmation

City tour excluding lunch

Send copy of the ticket in advance

Ever wondered how blue one sea can be, or how perfectly sunny can one summer be?

With perfect blend of nature and culture, and delicious food, we invite you here to have

your best summer experience!

Lodging

Provided meals

Course level

Teachers

Course

Timetable

Student dormitories, Hotel/Hostel

Breakfast, dinner

Beginner

University lecturers, guides from Tourism

office, handicraft experts

Formal presentation, group discussions,

on-spot activities, observations

2 hours of 6each, lectures. 12 hours in total

of 10 days

What we offer to you is not what you can do everyday. Our promise to you is perfection of

fun and good times, on the side of beautiful eastern face of the Mediterranean Sea for nine

beautiful nights.

Join us from the 5th until the 14th of July to feel the magic of every single moment under

spotless Cypriot sky.

Be ready for the best summer experience our dirty-, oops, I mean thirty-turtles!

The program:

Equipment

All required materials related to lectures will

be provided

Contact email thirtyturtles2013 gmail.com

Website

http://www.aegeemagusa.org

Coordinator phone +905338686446

University support

Suitable for disabled

participants

Activities

Required special

equipment

Languages used

Yes

No

Suncream, beach towel, flipflops, swimwear!

English, Turkish

1st day, wake up next to the beach in the cradle of tranquility...

2nd day, walk on golden beaches under the smiling sun...

3rd day, enjoy the view from the highest point of the island...

4th day, dive into the deep blue sea from the roof of a beautiful yacht...

5th day, take a walk in the path of the Crusaders... (Literally)

6th day, visit more than 10 historical places in just one day...

7th day, swim all the day long in an unspoilt, crystal blue sea..

Everyday, dance all the night long at a place where you can never forget...

8th day, feel what Indiana Jones felt and pretend to be a treasure hunter...

9th day, think about leaving from our shiny island and be sad..

10th day, feel depressed... More and more in every minute. Burn your return tickets and

immigrate...

Following days, find a job here and live happily ever after...

Pictures (click to view)

*City tours and cultural heritage visits

*History, handicraft, cooking lectures

*Thematic parties

*Observations of natural life in Cyprus: Caretta Carettas & Donkeys!

*Yacht tour in the deepest blue of Mediterranean

*Sun, sandy beaches, sea & spotless skies

Ideal participant

Whoever and where ever you are,

if you really believe you can survive from truly overloaded 10 days with

sanity,

Or if you believe you are the chosen one,

Or just looking around to find somewhere to go,


Or even neither of those;

Just don't hesitate to contact us...

Stop losing more time and APPLY right now!


Check the Czechs vol. 12°

AEGEE-Praha

From

Type

Thematic category

Theme

Cities visited

Dates

Sunday, July 7th

Summer Course (SC)

Other

Discover the best way to survive a heart

attack by czeching the lifestyle and traditions

of the Heart of Europe.

Praha, Plzeň, Čerčany, Týnec nad Sázavou,

Konopiště

Calendar

July

To Thursday, July 18th

Event fee 110€

Participants 24

M T W T F S S

1 2 3 4 5 6 7

8 9 10 11 12 13 14

15 16 17 18 19 20 21

22 23 24 25 26 27 28

29 30 31

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BCN IGN España

Optional fee 40€

Event description

Optional fee used for

Alternative programme

to the optional fee

Canoeing/rafting, visiting the brewery in

Pilsen

Bike trip, sightseeing, movie screening

The Czech Republic is the Heart of Europe. Although the Heart is young and celebrating its

20th anniversary, our unique culture has been refined over the centuries and we are now

ready to share it with you to touch your hearts!

Confirmation

Lodging

Provided meals

Course level

Teachers

Course

Timetable

Send copy of the ticket AND pay 100% of

the fee in advance

student dormitories, tents

Breakfast, lunch

Beginner

The most experienced Czechs - The

organising team and qualified trainers for the

first aid course

We will provide informal, interactive

workshops to teach about typical Czech life

in the most practical and useful way, out in

the diverse wilderness. Unlimited fun

guaranteed.

~15-20 hours in total

For 12 days, 24 of you can participate in more than 36 activities while continuously

multiplying your knowledge and experience about the Czech Republic. The most

breathtaking and charming places from within and around Prague will be reflected in your

eyes. The challenging and exciting program will end up safely in your minds as an

unforgettable memory. The Czech way of life will stay firmly in your hearts.

Be prepared to stay active all day and night – nobody will stay still for a single minute.

Canoeing down the Sázava river, sleeping in tents in a haunted campsite, discovering

unexplored places while treasure hunting, competing in our sports tournaments, having fun

at theme parties and so much more fun activities are waiting for you!

Our traditions are waiting to be explored by you. You can learn how to dance polka, the

typical Czech dance, learn how to do things the Czech way and even get to know some of

our unique Easter traditions (spanking some girls on the butt is allowed on Easter)! While

visiting the famous Pilsen brewery, you can make bartenders’ hearts melt when you say:

"Jedno pivo, prosím,“ like the locals.

Equipment

Language course booklet, overall booklet

about CZ, papers, pens, sports equipment

will be provided

Contact email su2013 aegee-praha.cz

Facebook

Coordinator phone +420776295211

University support

Suitable for disabled

participants

http://www.facebook.com/CheckTheCze...

Yes

No

To keep you safe, there will be an official first aid course to help you cope with the heart

attack you might get from sheer excitement. What better place than the Heart of Europe

could you experience the nearing of climax when in the last second your heart stops just to

start beating faster than it ever has before? But do not worry, every single one of you will

survive and definitely enjoy it!

If your heart has just started beating faster and you are ready to take home some

unforgettable experiences, loads of memories of the twelve most amazing days of your

summer and the true AEGEE spirit, this is definitely the place where you should spend your

summer.

Activities

Required special

equipment

Languages used

mattress, sleeping bag

English

Pictures (click to view)

- Canoeing/rafting on the river Sázava and sleeping in tents

- Interactive workshops about Czech traditions, dances and cuisine +

Czech language course

- Visiting the famous brewery in Pilsen

- Discovering unexplored places while treasure hunting in Prague

- First aid course

- Theme parties - carnival or a wig party, European night


- Visiting the ŠKODA AUTO museum

Ideal participant

WANTED: Adventure seeking, open-minded AEGEE member with team

spirit who is not afraid of building and sleeping in tents! We are looking

for someone who is able to sleep for a few hours and be ready to

participate in all activities with full energy and does not let that

enthusiasm go. We want an energetic person that is willing to enjoy as

much as possible while exploring the Czech Republic. Did we just

describe you? That can only mean one thing! This SU is the one for you!


Meet the Dutch Lions & The Red Devils: Hitchhike Through The

Lowlands

AEGEE-Nijmegen | AEGEE-Leuven

From

Type

Thematic category

Theme

Cities visited

Dates

Monday, July 8th

Travel Summer University (TSU)

Other

Belgium vs. Netherlands (cultural differences

& similarities)

Utrecht, Amsterdam, The Hague, Nijmegen,

Leuven, Brussels, Ghent

Calendar

July

To

Tuesday, July 23rd

Event fee 192€

Participants 25

Optional fee 40€

Optional fee used for

Alternative programme

to the optional fee

Confirmation

Lodging

Provided meals

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Day trip to Amsterdam, visiting a museum,

city tour and Dam square.

A long march in Utrecht.

Send copy of the ticket AND pay 50% of the

fee in advance

Gym and/or scouts cabin.

Breakfast, dinner

Contact email sunijleu2013 gmail.com

Website

Coordinator phone (+31)620097256

University support

Suitable for disabled

participants

Activities

Required special

equipment

Languages used

http://sunijmegenleuven.wordpress.c...

No

No

Air mattress, sleeping bag, (pillow),

swimwear, towel, (rain clothes)

English

- Workshops: hitchhiking, language course, presentation about narcotics

in the Netherlands and cultural differences and similarities between The

Netherlands and Belgium

- Day trip to the Hague

- Sinterklaas party

- Four Day March festival

- Visit to a Belgian brewery

- Chocolate museum

- Day trip to Brussels

- 'Gentse feesten' (a free festival taking place all over Gent, including

concerts, street theatre, cultural activities and many parties!)

Ideal participant

Our ideal participant is enthusiastic, full of energy, easy going and not

afraid to hitchhike!

Pictures (click to view)

Map data ©2013 GIS Innovatsia, DATA+, GeoBasis-DE/BKG (©2009), Google

Event description

Do you want to get low this summer? Then join us in a grand tour of the lowlands! For two

weeks you will travel through The Netherlands and Belgium by train and hitchhiking. This

way you will be dipped in both cultures and experience the Dutch and Belgian ways of life.

No worries, you do not need any skills in hitchhiking, we will teach you everything you need

to know.

The most important part is that you will have fun!

The Summer University will start in Utrecht where AEGEE-Nijmegen and AEGEE-Leuven

will give you a warm welcome. From here we will make trips to its seat of government, The

Hague and optionally to the Dutch capital Amsterdam.

On the 13th of July we will hitchhike to Nijmegen, which will then be host to an international

four day marching event and a large music festival.

On the 17th of July we will hitchhike to Belgium. Leuven will be the first city to visit here. It

is situated in the centre of Belgium, not far from Brussels, the capital of Belgium. It is one of

the oldest

student cities in Europe. After a day trip to Brussels on the national day of Belgium you will

move to the last city of the programme: Ghent. This is a beautiful city where you can enjoy

the biggest (free) festival in Belgium, the famous "Gentse Feesten".

Places visited

Utrecht

Utrecht is the 4th largest city in Holland and located in the middle of the country. It has

been the religious center of the Netherlands since the eighth century and one of the most

important Dutch

cities. This city has a medieval city center surrounded by canals and hosts the largest

university of Holland: Utrecht University.

Nijmegen

Nijmegen is a large student city located near the German border. Founded by the Romans,

Nijmegen is considered to be the oldest city in the Netherlands and celebrated its 2000th

anniversary in 2005. Nijmegen is famous for the Four Day March festival, which we will

attend during this Summer University.

Leuven

Leuven is a relatively small city and home to the Catholic University of Leuven, the oldest

and largest university of the country. It is therefore renowned as a student city, with a lively

atmosphere and a big variety of civil society organisations. Leuven has a beautiful historic

center and is located ideally within Belgium, only 20 minutes away from the capital,

Brussels. Furthermore, the city is famous for its beer brewery, which belongs to one of the


largest brewery groups in the world. Thanks to the excellent reputation of its university,

Leuven has a lot of international students.

Ghent

Ghent, a one hour train trip away from Leuven, often stands in the shadows of the more

touristic nearby city Bruges. However both cities are fairly gracious. Ghent harbours one of

UNESCO world

heritage sites and is marked by medieval buildings across the whole city. During the

summer people gather in Ghent to enjoy ‘the Gentse feesten’, a cultural festival with lots of

concerts including national and international artists. Aside of being a culture city, it is also a

students' city. Different universities and college universities are shattered through the city,

which gives Ghent a young and exciting edge. Still its atmosphere is quite different from

Leuven, as Ghent is a balanced mix between students and locals, while Leuven depends

more on its students.

Brussels

Brussels, capital of Belgium AND heart of the European Union, probably does not need a

large introduction. The beautiful historic center, the presence of many institutions, NGO’s

and think-tank’s, the waffles, the beer and the chocolate, what more is there to say? Be

aware that Brussels is so international that it can be challenging to find native “Brusseleirs”!


Scandinavian Dream

AEGEE-Helsinki | AEGEE-København

Type

Thematic category

Theme

In cooperation with

Cities visited

Dates

Travel Summer University (TSU)

Sports

Nordic lifestyle

Sports Working Group

Copenhagen, Stockholm, Helsinki,

Nurmijärvi and Tallinn (optional)

Calendar

From

Monday, July 8th

July

To Monday, July 22nd

Event fee 220€

Participants 26

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Optional fee 30€

Optional fee used for

Alternative programme

to the optional fee

Confirmation

Lodging

Provided meals

Day trip to Tallinn, Estonia (includes lunch)

Exploring Helsinki

Pay 100% of the fee in advance

Gym, hostel & guest house. Sleeping bag,

yes. Mattress needed in Copen

Breakfast, dinner

Contact email scandinaviandream2013 gmail.com

Website

Facebook

Coordinator phone +358 40 756 0130

University support

Suitable for disabled

participants

Activities

Languages used

http://www.aegee-helsinki.org/su201...

https://www.facebook.com/events/150...

Yes

No

English, Danish, Swedish and Finnish

* excursions to nordic companies and cultural spots

* 4 city tours and workshops with a nordic twist

* an epic train ride from Copenhagen to Stockholm

* an overnight ferry from Stockholm to Helsinki

* day trip to the national park of Nuuksio & Tallinn (optional)

* plunges to nordic lakes & sauna

* several nights in a heavenly lakeside cottage

* possibility to experience 5 different countries in 2 weeks

...and of course a huge deal of AEGEE spirit!

Ideal participant

Curious, open minded, adventurous and fun-loving young people who are

not afraid to participate with enthusiasm, get dirty doing sports and are

eager to experience a taste of the history, culture and activities of the

North!

Pictures (click to view)

Event description

Travelling is an experience. Travelling to discover new places is a dream. Travelling to the

unknown, visiting 5 countries and 4 different European capitals with an amazing group of

25 like-minded students is... a Scandinavian Dream! And it is a dream about to come true.

This July, AEGEE-Helsinki and AEGEE-København join their forces to take you on a

unique journey to unveil the secrets of the mysterious North!

The two-week adventure full of fun and sun begins in Copenhagen, Denmark - the country

of the famous Lego and home of the happiest people in the world! From the jolly streets of

Copenhagen and Freetown Christiania, the journey continues by train to Stockholm, the

capital of Sweden, to explore one of Europe’s most dynamic cities.

As you are learning your way through the Nordic traits, sports and language, it will be time

to continue east to meet yet another Nordic capital, Helsinki. With a weekend in a beautiful

Finnish lakeside cottage in Nurmijärvi and day trips to the Nuuksio national park and

Tallinn, Estonia you will experience a different side of the Nordic lifestyle and discover

places you never thought you would see!

So stop dreaming for a while, apply and let us make your Scandinavian Dream come true!

Places visited

Copenhagen

The adventure starts here! Copenhagen is the capital of Denmark famous for its active

inhabitants biking all over the city. A large part of the small country's population live in

Copenhagen. Its inhabitants ensure that the Danish capital is rich in culture and life. You

can enjoy a cold beverage in Nyhavn, relax in Kongens Have and much more.

Christiania

One thousand inhabitants of Copenhagen live in this beautiful area of the Danish capital. It

is Denmark's fourth largest tourist attraction visited by about 500 000 people every year.

While never announced as an official freetown, Christiania even has its own flag.

Stockholm

Stockholm is world famous for its location by the sea. Almost fifty percent of the city's area

is water. Stockholm and its beautiful islands are visited by more than 17 million travellers a

year. This makes the capital of Sweden one of the major destinations in northern Europe.

The city invites for a stroll in the charming Old Town or in one of its thirty-eight parks.

Helsinki

Helsinki is trendy and rich in culture, characterized by flavours of both East and West. The

city has ample offerings for visitors who look for new experiences and nightlife. Distinctive

features of the city are large green areas and the strong presence of the sea. By European

standards Helsinki is a small capital with just over 600 000 inhabitants.


Tallinn

Tallinn is the capital of Estonia, known for its beautiful Old Town. Along scattered candlelit

medieval restaurants and merchant houses lies a beautiful city that has been recognized

for its forward thinking, state-of-the-art services and free public WiFi.

NOTE! The day trip to Tallinn is organised for an optional fee of 30€

A


Water, water everywhere, feel the madness in the air!

AEGEE-Poznań | AEGEE-Gdansk | AEGEE-Toruń

From

Type

Thematic category

Theme

Cities visited

Dates

Monday, July 8th

Travel Summer University (TSU)

Environment

Water activities, importance of water

Gdynia, Sopot, Gdańsk, Hel, Toruń, Poznań

Calendar

July

To Monday, July 22nd

Event fee 169€

Participants 30

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Confirmation

Send copy of the ticket OR pay 100% of the

fee in advance

Map data ©2013 GIS Innovatsia, DATA+, GeoBasis-DE/BKG (©2009), Google

Lodging

Student dormitories, gym

Event description

Provided meals

Breakfast, dinner

Contact email info tsu-water.pl

Website

http://tsu-water.pl

Coordinator phone +48 8888 14 082

University support

Suitable for disabled

participants

Activities

Yes

No

-Visiting Pomeranian Science and Technology Park

-Visiting a museum ship ORP Błyskawica

-Seaside Boulevard in Gdynia

-Seal Sanctuary

-Banana Boat/Motorboat Ride

-Water bus

-Travelling by pirate ship

-Visiting Westerplatte

-Summer Cinema

-Kolibki Adventure Park

-Barbecue/campfire

-Beach volleyball

-Water games

-Sightseeing

-Barbarka Rope Park

-Polish language course

-Polish cooking workshop

-City game

-Workshop on the importance of water

-Sewage treatment plant/water purification plant

-Strzeszyńskie Lake

-Lech Brewery

-Playing hare and hounds on the Ostrów Tumski Island

-Great Water Balloon Battle

Ideal participant

Amazing participants are what makes SU outstanding! That’s why we're

looking for people who are active, not afraid of water or to get wet and

who are fun to be around and to talk to. It’s absolutely necessary to be

able to face ALL activities even after an all-night party. We would gladly

welcome participants who are open-minded about new experiences,

have lots of positive energy and want to make international friends.

Can you imagine summer without water? No, wait.

Can you imagine your life without water? Eating, drinking, showering, swimming… almost

every activity needs water.

This SUmmer you’ll have an amazing opportunity to not only spend the very best time of

your life but also to see the importance of water and to experience countless water

activities!

Our trip will start at the coast of the Baltic Sea where you’ll explore the most beautiful

places of so called the Tricity – Gdynia, Sopot and the maritime capital of Poland, Gdańsk.

Imagine the feeling of warmth of the sun on your skin and the smell of the sea breeze…

How about a long walk on the Seaside Boulevard or on the beach? You’ll also get the

chance to go to Hel Peninsula by water bus, to visit a museum ship ORP Błyskawica and to

discover every little corner of the Long Lane in Gdańsk.

Filled up with positive energy we will follow the Vistula river up to Toruń, where we will meet

more water attractions, take part in Polish cooking workshop and go to Barbarka Rope

Park. Before leaving Toruń you will definitely have to taste its famous traditional

gingerbread that will give your stay an additional, spicy flavour.

Last but not least part of our trip will take place in one of the better-known Polish cities,

located by the Warta river, Poznań. Get ready to spend unforgettable time at the

Strzeszyńskie Lake near Poznań, play hare and hounds on the Ostrów Tumski Island and

visit the Lech Brewery where you’ll see how the most popular beer in Greater Poland

region is produced. Every day you will face different water games and activities that will end

up with a great water balloon battle!

So… are you ready to get wet this SUmmer?

Places visited

Gdańsk

The thousand-year-old Gdańsk is considered to be the most monument-packed city of

"Baltic Europe". Most of the monuments in Gdańsk are located near the heart of its Old

Town District, around Długa Street (the Long Lane). This is the main track of the town,

where you'll see the beautiful renovated XVI - XVII century houses. All these magnificent

buildings are overshadowed by the beautiful and monumental Main Town Hall. (the

splendid interior was renovated not so long ago)

Apart from those monuments, there are a lot more. Among them you have to mention the

Green Gate, Gdańsk Harbor or the Crane. Everyone will definitely find something

interesting in this astonishing city.

Toruń

The birthplace of Nicolaus Copernicus, a prominent trade center in the Middle Ages –


Smile on your face and willingness to have fun is required! If this

description suits you, you're our perfect participant!

Pictures (click to view)

called ‘Cracow of the North’. Torun is the most Gothic urban complex in Poland, one of the

most important tourist centers of unique value in the state, right after Cracow the second

richest of original and best preserved historical monuments city in Poland. The whole

complex of Torun Old Quarter is on the unique UNESCO list.

Poznań

Have you ever had occasion to fall in love with a city? If not, Poznan will take your heart

with its unique treasures, which stand dreamily watching their own reflections in the fast

flowing Warta River. The area of Poznan enjoys one of the lowest annual rainfalls in

Poland, which, in practical terms, means that we can enjoy ourselves to the limit (the sky is

the limit) and we almost never fall. History and tradition interweave with modernity offering

you everything from bustling tourist attractions to idyllic hideaway. Even if you walk the

cobbled streets alone, you’ll be swept away by the magic that has given Poznan a

reputation for being Poland’s most popular small-big city. Here green areas take up more

than 27% of the city’s area, unfortunately, huge clusters of gorgeous ladies that can be

spotted in every nook and cranny of the city divert our attention from nature.


7 Healthy Sins

AEGEE-Groningen

Type

Thematic category

Theme

In cooperation with

Cities visited

Dates

Summer Course (SC)

Other

Ninjas and Pirates and Lasers, Oh My!

Health4Youth Project

Groningen, Schiermonnikoog, Amsterdam

Calendar

From

Wednesday, July 10th

July

To

Wednesday, July 24th

Event fee 140€

Participants 34

Optional fee 40€

Optional fee used for

Alternative programme

to the optional fee

Confirmation

Lodging

Provided meals

Course level

Teachers

Course

Trip to Amsterdam

Watching movies

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Send copy of the ticket AND pay 50% of the

fee in advance

Sleeping at the houses of members from

AEGEE-Groningen

Breakfast, dinner

Beginner

Organizers, experts, Aegee-Members,

members of the Health4Youth group

During the lectures and workshops the

participants can listen to experts and

participate in Question and answer sessions.

People are encouraged to think about their

daily sins by taking part in lectures and

activities. We are taking a positive approach

on the topic of sins, to raise awareness of a

healthier lifestyle.

Map data ©2013 GIS Innovatsia, DATA+, GeoBasis-DE/BKG (©2009), Google

Event description

Aarghh Matey! Have you ever wondered why the Dutch are one of the happiest people on

the planet? It is because we know how to indulge ourselves with nice and fun activities,

without being extreme. We SIN healthy!

Groningen has a large number of students and ninja’s (if you can find them), and they

make sure that the city never sleeps, even the bars don’t close! We will also visit the scenic

Wadden Sea Island called Schiermonnikoog. There we will go to the beach, relax, sit by a

campfire and visit the infamous “de-toxbar.” For those who want to there will also be an

opportunity to walk on the bottom of the sea! Other activities include: visiting an ecological

farm, riding a bike, a cooking workshop, and of course some awesome theme inspired

parties! You will also have the possibility to go on an excursion to Amsterdam.

Visit our website for the latest updates!

Pictures (click to view)

Timetable

Equipment

14 hours per week, 28 in total

all the essentials will be provided

Contact email su aegee-groningen.nl

Website

Facebook

http://su.aegee-groningen.nl

http://www.facebook.com/7HealthySin...

Coordinator phone (+31)624492213

University support

Suitable for disabled

participants

Yes

No

Required special

equipment

Matress, sleeping bag, old sneakers and a

swimsuit

Languages used

Dutch, English

Activities

- Relaxing at the campfire on Schiermonnikoog

- Doing the Moses (walk on the bottom of the sea)

- Visiting Amsterdam

- Looking at rescued seals at Pieterburen

- Biking through scenic Groningen

- Going to an Ecological farm to cuddle farm animals

- Canoeing through the canals of Groningen


- European Culture Night

- Awesome thematic parties

- Lessons on Dutch culture and language

Ideal participant

If you are open minded, outgoing, self-aware, like theme parties, and if

you have a big energy reserve, then you are the ideal participant. Of

course it is also handy to like Dutch people, love the sea, and be willing

to learn how to ride a bike.


SUPRAised

AEGEE-Tbilisi

From

Type

Thematic category

Theme

Cities visited

Dates

Thursday, July 11th

Travel Summer University (TSU)

Arts & Creativity

culture through art and cooking

Tbilisi, Gori, Mtskheta, Zugdidi, Lagodekhi,

Martvili, Batumi

Calendar

July

To Wednesday, July 24th

Event fee 180€

Participants 30

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Optional fee 40€

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Optional fee used for

Confirmation

rafting, visiting in cavetown

Send copy of the ticket in advance

Event description

Are you ready to be SUPRAised ????

Lodging

Provided meals

Hostel and tents

Breakfast, dinner

Contact email su.supraised yahoo.com

Facebook

Coordinator phone +995597002915

University support

Suitable for disabled

participants

Activities

Required special

equipment

Languages used

https://www.facebook.com/aegeetbili...

Yes

No

sleeping bag

English, Russian

cooking, painting, dancing, hiking, swimming, cave climbing , wine tasting

, fishing ,pottery making.

Ideal participant

Challenge lover + Adventurous + open-minded + energetic + curious +

respectful towards cultural differences + active + funny + tireless = our

ideal participant

Pictures (click to view)

If you are ready to experience something new and undiscovered , to spend two week in

unforgettable places , visit Breathtaking mountains, and cave towns, experience dances

and songs, acquaintance with the culture where ancient traditions still live, where guests

are always welcomed to taste exotic cuisine, , to learn Cooking and enjoy fishing in wild

rivers , discover art of pottery making to travel all around Georgia and See all the diversities

and traditions .

Experience new unforgettable adventure every single day.

Get involved in the city game, that will reveal mysterious parts of the city, where the only

chance to win is to solve cultural puzzles.

Take your hiking shoes to conquer one of the highest peaks of Georgian mountains, be

ready to meet bats and some mysterious creatures inside the caves. Don’t forget your

swimming suits to be ready for sunny beaches of Black sea.

But Now, you are questioning yourself , what is supra ? how can you be SUPRAised ?

we will give only one hint : Supra is the Place where everything is possible, where you can

be singer, dancer, poet or painter, where friendship is essential ,traditions are welcomed

and everyone is ready to share their own piece of culture.

Places visited

Gori

Gori is located 76 kilometres (47 mi) west of Georgia's capital Tbilisi, at the confluence of

the rivers Mtkvari and Greater Liakhvi, 588 metres (1,929 ft) above sea level. The climate is

transitional from moderately warm steppe to moderately humid. Summer is usually hot

Mtskheta

Mtskheta (Georgian: მცხეთა), one of the oldest cities of the country of Georgia (in Kartli

province of Eastern Georgia), is located approximately 20 kilometers north of Tbilisi at the

confluence of the Aragvi and Kura rivers. The city (population 19,423 as of January 1,

2008) is now the administrative centre of the Mtskheta-Mtianeti region. Due to its historical

significance and numerous ancient monuments, the "Historical Monuments of Mtskheta"

became a UNESCO World Heritage Site in 1994.

Martvili

The word “Martvili” is Greek and in Georgian means the martyr. The original name of the

city was Chkondidi. In the first half of VII century, a church of the martvili’s was built here

called Martvili Church of Chkondidi. In X century the Epicopal cathedral of Chkondidi was

established.

In late Middle Ages the church became of Mother of God an Martvili remained only as a

name of the settlement( confirmed from 1640s). Here lived and worked famous men of

letters such as: Stefane sananoisdze (Xc.) Giorgi an Ioane Chkondideli, Ioane the Hrtmit

(XI c.), Giorgi Chkondideli-head of men of letters (XI-XII cc) Romanoz the Hermit (XIX c).


The collection of manuscripts is kept in the Institute of Manuscripts. The architectural plan

of the Martvili temple is very similar to the plan of Mtskheta Jvari, but does not repeat it. In

X century, in times of the king of Abkhazia Giorgi II the church was thoroughly modified.

Next to the temple there is a small two-floor church (X c). It is known also an engraved

cross of XI century of Matvili temple, performed by the deacon Ivane.

Uplistsikhe

It is a caved city, one of the ancient settlements and municipal centers in the Caucasus. In

written sources first time it’s mentioned from VII century . In Uflistsikhe an in its

environments thee is reserved a group archeological and architectural monuments, the

oldest from which belongs to the culture of Mtkvari-Araksi ( IV millennium B.C.). There ara

several caved complexes of the middle Ages; better reserved is an inner city ( total area of

4 hectares. In the southern side, towards Mtkvari there was a big tunnel passing through

the rock.

The caves are located in separate groups. At the place of the remnants of the city there is a

trefoil basilica of IX-X centuries built with bricks. The strategic importance of Upistsikhe

ended in period of Mongol invasions (th first half of XIII century).

Batumi

Batumi is a seaside city on the Black Sea coast and capital of Adjara. Sometimes

considered Georgia's second capital, it serves as an important port and a commercial

center. It is situated in a subtropical zone, most of its economy revolves around tourism.


Culture, Fun and Croatian Sun

AEGEE-Zagreb

From

Type

Thematic category

Theme

Cities visited

Dates

Thursday, July 11th

Travel Summer University (TSU)

Other

Getting to know the Croatian culture,

heritage, traditions and sports

Zagreb, Split, Zadar, Zrće Beach

Calendar

July

To Thursday, July 25th

Event fee 180€

Participants 35

Optional fee 40€

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22 23 24 25 26 27 28

29 30 31

Map data ©2013 Basarsoft, GIS Innovatsia, DATA+, GeoBasis-DE/BKG (©2009), Google, basado en

BCN IGN España

Optional fee used for

Alternative programme

to the optional fee

Confirmation

Lodging

Provided meals

1. visiting Samobor and Wine road; 2. a trip

to Plitvice lakes

1. picnic and board games; 2. picnic

Pay 60% of the fee in advance

student dormitory and gym

Breakfast, dinner

Contact email tsuaegeezg2013 gmail.com

Website

Facebook

Coordinator phone +385981615838

University support

Suitable for disabled

participants

Activities

Required special

equipment

Languages used

http://aegeezagreb.wix.com/tsu2013-...

https://www.facebook.com/CultureFun...

No

No

sleeping bag, mattress,

sunscreen,comfortable shoes,mosquito

repellent

English, Croatian

* traditional Croatian sports and dances

* aqua aerobic

* sightseeing

* beach activities

* games and competitions

Ideal participant

Energetic, athletic, full of positive spirit and interested in discovering

Croatia.

Pictures (click to view)

Event description

Considering yourself a good expert on culture, but never heard that Licitar heart,

Diocletian's Palace and Plitvice Lakes belong to the UNESCO's list? Sports-fan, but never

played "picigin" or "balote"? And what is "glagoljica", after all? If at least one of these

questions seem interesting, keep reading. If not... let's face it, it does.

During the Summer University, AEGEE-Zagreb will lead you through our small, but lovely

country. They say that the shape of our border reminds of a bird (maybe a seagull?) in

flight. Indeed, this is exactly how we hope to make you feel during this Travel Summer

University - flying.

First of all, let's talk about departure point. The city of Zagreb. The biggest city. Agram,

Zagabria, Zágráb, Zagrep, Zahreb. The capital of Croatia. Nearly 1 million inhabitants.

Looks like Central Europe, breaths like Western Balkans.

The most common first impression people make about Zagreb is: "Looks like Vienna!",

"Looks like Budapest!", "Reminds me of Bratislava or Prague!". And they are all right. The

time spent inside the Austro- Hungarian Monarchy has left its legacy visible everywhere -

museums, Croatian National Theater, the Upper City, the main "Jelačić" square, the main

market "Dolac", University of Zagreb. Still, Zagreb wouldn't be so unique without its special

addition - Balkan's fragrance.

But what is in it for you? During your stay here, you will have the opportunity to enjoy

awesome sightseeing and workshops, as well as amazing opening ceremony. Zagreb is

also the place where the Best Night of 'Em All, a.k.a European Night, will take the place. In

the end, there is a trip to Jarun, the biggest lake in Zagreb, also known as "Zagreb's Sea".

In order to make you less sad about leaving Zagreb, there is a special treat - National Park

"Plitvice Lakes" which is going to be one of our stops on our way to Split. Even though it's

become a cliché to describe something as breathtaking as Plitvice Lakes, it's still important

to call things with their real names, and that is exactly what we're doing here. And seriously,

the most common first reaction to this place is literally a person with a mouth open in a silly,

cartoon-like manner and staying like that for a couple of seconds. But don't worry, you

won't look that unattractive for much too long - very soon, one among many enthusiastic

tourists, will interrupt you to comment this Mother Nature's gift.

And finally - Dalmatia, Split and sea! Again - looks like Mediterranean, feels like Balkans!

This is the city of omnipresent beauty; food, drinks, architecture, sea, and people -

everything looks perfect. This is also the right place to learn how to play "picigin". This sport

is utterly simple, played in the sea. But, if still facing some problems during the game, don't

worry, local "seagulls" will be more than willing to help. However, since Split can offer much

more than just enjoying the perfect sea and admiring handsome locals, there will be a great

amount of time devoted to sightseeing, workshops and parties in some of the most

beautiful Croatian night clubs.


The third city we are going to stay in is Zadar, a coastal city in northern Dalmatia. It is a

charming city where history comes to life, but city is not the only one charming here.

According to urban legend, the men from Zadar are the most handsome Croats. Apart from

parties (awesome ones, of course) and workshops, our time will be filled with outstanding

city tours. Attractions such as "Sea organ" (an architectural object and an experimental

musical instrument which plays music by a way of sea waves) and the "The Greeting to the

Sun" (an installation that shows a magical play of light in the Zadar evening) will sure make

you stay longer in this magical city. Unfortunately, this is not possible, since our next stop is

the place all of you must have already heard of - Zrće!

Island: Pag; city: Novalja, beach: Zrće. What else to say than that it's also known as -

“Croatian Ibiza”. It really is true that a picture can say more than thousand words, so if you

want to get a preview (but only a preview) of a fabulous time we are going to have there,

simply - google it. Since you will already get a very nice piece of culture and sports, it will

be high time to take care of the remaining two subjects of our title - Fun and Sun! Make

sure that you have some energy left, because this is going to be simply legendary! Just to

keep our mind in shape, workshops and sightseeing will take place here as well, because

Novalja can offer much more than just partying. And this is, unfortunately, our last, but

certainly not least important destination.

Legendary organizers, two weeks, four cities, interesting sports, amazing parties, unique

culture, useful workshops, unspeakable sceneries, great food and legendary organizers

(repetition is the mother of learning) - is it reasonably possible not to apply?

Places visited

Zagreb

Central European in appearance and spirit, Zagreb bears the hallmark of centuries spent

under Vienna and Budapest. It holds many treasures, from its wealth of architecture and

museums to great restaurants, shops, beautiful parks and friendly locals. Its cute streets,

quirky traditions and lovely restaurants make it a perfect city to get lost in.

It is famous for „Licitarsko srce“, a symbol of Zagreb, by which is called „the city of a million

hearts“.

Split

Split, Croatia's second largest city, is one of Adriatic's most fascinating ports. Home to

Diocletian's Palace, a UNESCO World Heritage Site, Split offers a wealth of museums and

Roman ruins under a dramatic mountain backdrop.

Split is always busy, full of outdoor cafes and restaurants, but at the same time relaxed - in

Split, no one is in a rush, and there is always tomorrow.

Zadar

Zadar, a coastal city in northern Dalmatia, is a charming city where history comes to life.

Alfred Hitchcock called the sunset in Zadar the most beautiful sunset in the world (and we

agree!).

This city is the home to unique attractions such as the Sea organ, an architectural object

and an experimental musical instrument which plays music by way of sea waves, and the

The Greeting to the Sun, an installation that shows a magical play of light in the Zadar

evening.

Zrće Beach

Zrće Beach, situated on the island of Pag, is a major party destination, also known as the

Croatian Ibiza. This long pebbled beach with crystal clear sea is the place of great

entertainment where the party never stops.


A Dutch-Deutsch Adventure

AEGEE-Enschede | AEGEE-Utrecht | AEGEE-Köln

From

Type

Thematic category

Theme

Cities visited

Dates

Thursday, July 11th

Travel Summer University (TSU)

Politics & Active participation

During this adventurous Summer University,

we're going to explore the differences

between cultures and their conservative and

liberal backgrounds.

Amsterdam, Den Haag, Utrecht, Enschede,

Münster, Köln, Bonn

Calendar

July

To Friday, July 26th

Event fee 193€

Participants 23

Confirmation

Lodging

Provided meals

M T W T F S S

1 2 3 4 5 6 7

8 9 10 11 12 13 14

15 16 17 18 19 20 21

22 23 24 25 26 27 28

29 30 31

Pay 100% of the fee in advance

Gyms, Student Dormitories. Bring your own

sleeping bag/mattress

Breakfast, dinner

Map data ©2013 GIS Innovatsia, DATA+, GeoBasis-DE/BKG (©2009), Google

Event description

Even though it is still cold and windy outside, we are already planning a hot summer

university for you! This year AEGEE-Utrecht, AEGEE-Enschede and AEGEE-Köln work

together to show you the real Netherlands and Germany.

Contact email su aegee-utrecht.nl

Coordinator phone +31626485337

University support No

You might already have an opinion about religion, sexuality and politics, but have you ever

looked across the border? You will visit the most important political town in the

Netherlands, visit the gay bars in Amsterdam, see the world of the homeless, discuss

religion and much more.

Suitable for disabled

participants

Activities

Languages used

No

English, Dutch, German

The focus is on the difference between conservative and liberal views. How strict are the

Netherlands and Germany, or how easy in the rules, in comparison to yourself or your

country? To really meet the citizens and see the countryside, you will be required to

hitchhike between the three towns.

- Great city trips to Amsterdam, The Hague, Münster & Bonn

- Interesting workshops

- Bike tours, beaches and BBQs

- Dutch and German party life

- Student culture & breweries

Ideal participant

An open-minded, culturally and politically interested travel addict who

wants to explore the diverse cultural facets of the Netherlands and

Germany with enough energy for two incredible and truly phenomenal

weeks!

Learn, be surprised, meet new friends, visit new towns and have fun! Don’t worry; the

nightlife will also be thoroughly explored.

Places visited

Enschede

Enschede is the vibrant cosmopolitan heart of the eastern Netherlands. The town is full of

life and movement; it’s buoyant, enterprising and energetic. It combines village and town

life in its own special way and has plenty of room – both literally and figuratively – for a high

quality of life for everybody. The town offers superb facilities, a lively centre, and fascinating

neighbourhoods. Get to know Enschede and discover the attractions of a town that has

(virtually) everything.

Facts & figures

-About 157,000 inhabitants (a quarter of the population of the Twente region

-Enschede district is made up of Enschede town and the villages Boekelo, Glanerbrug and

Lonneker

-The region flourished – particularly with the textile industry in the early 20th century; since

then it has become more of a service town

-Central position in the Dutch-German Euregio

-Twinned with Palo Alto (USA) and Dalian (China)

Utrecht

Utrecht is the 4th largest city in The Netherlands and located in the middle of the country. It

was the religious center of the Netherlands since the eighth century, and one of the most

important Dutch cities form the Middle Ages until the Dutch Golden Age. This city has a

beautiful medieval city center surrounded by canals. Also, it hosts the second largest

university of The Netherlands: Utrecht University. This city with its vibrant cultural life and a

vast student population is waiting for some AEGEEans to come and explore all it has to

offer.


Köln

Cologne, best known for karneval, kölsch and culture, is the stronghold of diversity and

liberalism in Germany. Being located next to the Rhine, it has a vibrant art scene and

definitely a wide range of night life possibilities to discover.

A


Nordic Adventure - We say NO to couch potatoes

AEGEE-Hamburg | AEGEE-Kiel

Type

Thematic category

Theme

In cooperation with

Cities visited

Dates

Summer Course (SC)

Sports

Culture and Sports

City of Hamburg and Kiel

Hamburg, Kiel, Lübeck

Calendar

From

Friday, July 12th

July

To

Tuesday, July 23rd

Event fee 110€

Participants 20

Optional fee 25€

Optional fee used for

Alternative programme

to the optional fee

Confirmation

Lodging

Provided meals

Course level

Teachers

Course

High Rope Course

Maritime Museum

M T W T F S S

1 2 3 4 5 6 7

8 9 10 11 12 13 14

15 16 17 18 19 20 21

22 23 24 25 26 27 28

29 30 31

Send copy of the ticket AND pay 100% of

the fee in advance

Gym

Breakfast, lunch

Beginner

Stella Milo, Stephanie Bestges, Saskia

Heller

Interactive

Timetable 14/22

Equipment

Nothing specific

Contact email nordicadventure aegee-hamburg.de

Facebook

https://www.facebook.com/NordicAdve...

Map data ©2013 GIS Innovatsia, DATA+, GeoBasis-DE/BKG (©2009), Google

Event description

"Moin, Moin! It is time to wake up for our Northern German summer adventure! AEGEE

Hamburg and AEGEE Kiel are inviting you to unforgettable days of Northern German way

of life.

We will start with a typical Hamburg weekend of exploring the city sights and nightlife at

Reeperbahn. Beginning the next morning at the Fish market – dancing to live music and

enjoying maybe even your first “Fischbrötchen”. However we do not want to treat you as

the typical tourist, which is why the next days we explore Hamburg through biking, beer

tasting, canoeing and learning the local dialect.

Escaping the big city life, we will spend our next weekend in Kiel enjoying the fjord of the

Baltic Sea. There we will be engaged in different beach and water activities.

Additionally we will visit the medieval city of Lübeck, which is one of the “1000 places you

have to visit before you die”.

Now that you are awake and exited about coming to our SU, pack your sports, rain and

swimming clothes and let´s go!"

Pictures (click to view)

Coordinator phone +4917651453292

University support

Suitable for disabled

participants

Yes

No

Required special

equipment

Sleeping bag, Mattress, Swim and sports

clothes (sneakers!)

Languages used

English

Activities

City-Ralley

Reeperbahn

Fish market

Trip to Lübeck

Biking around Hamburg

Holsten brewery

Beach volleyball

Plattdüütsch lesson

Ideal participant

Our ideal participant should be motivated to experience our Northern

German way of life and be prepared for sporty activities (even when it

rains).


50 shades of Russian...

AEGEE-Voronezh

From

Type

Thematic category

Theme

Cities visited

Dates

Saturday, July 13th

Summer Course Plus (SC+)

Language

Russian language and culture summer

course

Voronezh, Divnogorie

Calendar

July

To Saturday, July 27th

Event fee 180€

Participants 20

M T W T F S S

1 2 3 4 5 6 7

8 9 10 11 12 13 14

15 16 17 18 19 20 21

22 23 24 25 26 27 28

29 30 31

Optional fee 40€

Map data ©2013 GIS Innovatsia, DATA+, Google

Optional fee used for

Boat trip

Event description

Alternative programme

to the optional fee

Museum of local lore

Do you want to know what kind of shades we are talking about ?

Confirmation

Lodging

Provided meals

Course level

Teachers

Course

Timetable

Send copy of the ticket OR pay 50% of the

fee in advance

apartment, tents(sleeping bag&mattress)

Breakfast, lunch

Beginner

professional

Conversational Course of Russian with

additional workshops about different aspects

of the language

20 hrs per week 40 hrs total

Russian language, rich culture, breathtaking landscapes, traditional drinks, delicious food,

beautiful matRёshkas and 44 more.

AEGEE-Voronezh gives you an opportunity to experience all the diversity of Russian life

and culture!

With us you will have your unforgettable Russian summer full of new words, tastes,

colors,places and of course people!

AEGEE-Voronezh present an entertaining cultural program including workshops on local

craft, Russian dance, pantomime, Russian slang, stereotypes workshop and camping

weekend in a marvelous place!

Come to welcoming Voronezh and discover your shades of Russian...

Equipment materials necessary for the course +

notebooks and pens

Pictures (click to view)

Contact email voronezh.aegee gmail.com

Facebook

http://www.facebook.com/events/1372...

Coordinator phone +79601380507

University support

Suitable for disabled

participants

Languages used

Yes

No

English&Russian

Activities

- teambuilding /ice breaking games

- Russian language course by prof. teachers

- Russian dance

- Slang workshop

- City tour & visiting the highest viewpoint of the city

- Camping & visiting cave chalk churches of XVII century

- Pantomime workshop

- Visit to the brewery and tasting

- Fire show (including workshop)

Ideal participant

active person with positive attitude&aegee spirit, energetic and crazy,

team-oriented, curious about Russia and eager to learn


Transsiberian Dream vol.5-Anniversary, OOps, we did it again

AEGEE-Moskva | AEGEE-Samara

From

Type

Thematic category

Theme

Cities visited

Dates

Saturday, July 13th

Travel Summer University (TSU)

Arts & Creativity

Seaching for adventures by travelling around

Russia from Europe to Asia

Moscow, Kazan, Ekaterinburg, Irkutsk

Calendar

July

To Saturday, July 27th

Event fee 370€

Participants 25

M T W T F S S

1 2 3 4 5 6 7

8 9 10 11 12 13 14

15 16 17 18 19 20 21

22 23 24 25 26 27 28

29 30 31

Optional fee 35€

Map data ©2013 Google, MapLink, Tele Atlas

Optional fee used for

Boat trip on Baikal lake

Event description

Alternative programme

to the optional fee

Confirmation

Lodging

Provided meals

Baikal lake excursion, games on the beach

Send copy of the ticket AND pay 50% of the

fee in advance

Hostel, tents on Baikal lake

Breakfast, dinner

Contact email transsiberiandream5 gmail.com

Website

Facebook

http://tsu.aegee-moskva.ru/

Coordinator phone +7 916 087 54 51

University support

Suitable for disabled

participants

Activities

Required special

equipment

Languages used

https://www.facebook.com/groups/311...

Yes

No

Sleeping bags

English

City tours around Moscow, Kazan, Irkutsk.

Red Square dancing.

Visiting the most beautiful underground museum: Moscow metro

Train party in a place, where Europe meet Asia.

How to survive in Siberia workshop.

Swimming on boat in the most beautiful lake in the word-Baikal Lake.

Have you ever travelled so far?

Guess that this idea has already come to your mind, but you considered it to be too unreal

to carry out…... so finally why not to make the craziest dream come true? The craziest

dream. TransSiberian Dream.

This year we offer you a unique chance to explore real Russia making your way with us to

Siberia from Moscow. What is Russia? Moscow, St. Petersburg? Oh no, much more than

that. Russia is a country with many different regions, nationalities, with 9 time zones etc.

On the Transsiberian you'll discover many of its faces getting to know traditions and cultural

characteristics of many regions. Spending several days in historically rich and extremely

beautiful Moscow you’ll proceed to the biggest cities on your way to the east. Seeing a

couple of them at a glance and crossing the border between Europe and Asia you’ll be

approaching Baikal with each following day. Getting deeper and deeper into the beauty of

an untouched nature of legendary Siberia, you’ll finally reach the Baikal Lake – the biggest

still water lake in the world, one of the biggest wild preserves of Russia, the most beautiful

place in the world. The road may seem hard, and yes, it will be full of surprises and

adventures. Unforgettable nights and parties with our Dream Team will help you to survive

en route. Frightening? Unreal? No. Luring? Amazing? Exciting? Unforgettable? Great? Oh,

yes! Believe us, believe all your predecessors!

Transsiberian Dream already took place 4 times, So in this year it will be Anniversary

Transsiberian Dream vol.5! And it’s gonna be greater than ever! Are you gonna lose such a

chance to become an explorer of Russia?!

Our SU will finish in Irkutsk... Although, who said that it would be the end of YOUR trip?

You can continue your way to the Far East, Kazakhstan, Mongolia or even China! Once

you’ve got that far, you shouldn’t stop!

If you are firm, motivated and strong enough to experience Mother Russia you are kindly

welcome to take part in probably the best Traveling Summer University in 2013!

And amazing thematic parties ALL OVER RUSSIA!

Check our promo!

Ideal participant

Since our SU is not an ordinary AEGEE-event we are looking for not

JUST participants but real adventurous travelers:

- who has good physical shape,

- who can survive more than 24 hours in train,

- who isn't afraid the cool Siberian weather in summer and mosquitoes,

- who are used to live and cooperate with others on group spirit,

- who are open-minded to new things

- who are real fans of Russia.

Do not expect luxurious holidays or a cheap trip - BE PREPARED to

endure Transsiberian route and to spend these days in an absolutely

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xY4LKr4sE70

Places visited

Moscow

One of The largest cities in Europe. The capital of Russia since 1918

Nowadays being not a “typical” Russian city but a glorious metropolis of over 16 million

inhabitants, Moscow reminds a small country inside of the city. Life never stops there,

MOSCOW NEVER SLEEPS! Come and feel the friendly atmosphere of squares, parks and

museums, feel the famous night life of the sleepless city! You will know why Red square is

Red and be able to get back to the soviet times!


friendly and cheerful company.

Pictures (click to view)

Kazan

Kazan is the capital city of the Republic of Tatarstan, Russia. Kazan lies at the confluence

of the Volga and Kazanka Rivers in European Russia. In April 2009, the Russian Patent

Office granted Kazan the right to brand itself as the «Third Capital» of Russia. The Kazan

Kremlin is a World Heritage Site.

Ekaterinburg

This city is the fourth largest city and a major city in the central part of Russia. Considering

its location on the eastern side of Ural Mountains Ekaterinburg is regarded as an official

gate from Europe to Asia. Like a two-headed eagle on the Russian coat of arms whose left

head is looking at Europe while the right one is looking at Asia, Ekaterinburg has always

been notable for outstanding historical events that occurred there: for example, the last

Russian Emperor was killed there.

Irkutsk

One of the largest cities in Siberia. Irkutsk connects the two eras- town with carved wooden

traditional Russian houses and modern administrative center. Beautiful architectural feature

and real spirit of siberian people.

Baikal Lake

Lake Baikal is the world’s oldest and deepest lake at 30 million years old and with an

average depth of 744.4 metres; it is the second most voluminous lake, after the Caspian

Sea. Baikal, which is sometimes called “Blue Eye of Siberia” or “Pearl of Siberia”, is one of

the cleanest surface water reservoirs and you can drink water right from the lake. Located

in the south of the Russian region of Siberia, it is the most voluminous freshwater lake in

the world.


MAD-VAD: Castilian TSUrvivors

AEGEE-Madrid | AEGEE-Valladolid

From

Type

Thematic category

Theme

Cities visited

Dates

Monday, July 15th

Travel Summer University (TSU)

History

Visit our cities, enter our castles, enjoy our

traditions and experience the real Spanish

lifestyle

Madrid, Valladolid, Toledo, Segovia,

Peñafiel

Calendar

July

To Monday, July 29th

Event fee 180€

Participants 25

M T W T F S S

1 2 3 4 5 6 7

8 9 10 11 12 13 14

15 16 17 18 19 20 21

22 23 24 25 26 27 28

29 30 31

Map data ©2013 GeoBasis-DE/BKG (©2009), Google, basado en BCN IGN España

Optional fee 40€

Event description

Optional fee used for

Alternative programme

to the optional fee

Confirmation

Lodging

Provided meals

Theme park in Madrid, canoeing and boat

trip in Castille Canal

Visit to Casa de Campo park and to Medina

de Rioseco

Send copy of the ticket AND pay 50% of the

fee in advance

Youth Hostel and gym

Breakfast, dinner

Contact email mad.vad.tsu13 gmail.com

Website

Facebook

Coordinator phone +34 622 061 680

University support

Suitable for disabled

participants

Activities

Required special

equipment

Languages used

http://madvadtsu13.wordpress.com

http://www.facebook.com/events/4834...

No

Suitable for:

-Deaf participants.

-Blind participants.

-Motorically disabled participants not on a

wheelchair.

-There will be an organizer responsible for

the disability aspect during the SU.

-An accompanying person (a facilitator) can

be hosted (paying also) to take care of the

person with disability.

Sleeping bag, mattress, swimming suit,

comfortable shoes.

English and Spanish

• Cultural visits: Madrid, Toledo, Segovia, Valladolid, Peñafiel, Medina de

Rioseco…

• Historical and Cultural lessons.

• Natural environment.

• Sport Activities, canoeing, swimming…

• Treasure hunting on the Castle.

• Traditional Workshops about spanish culture, language traditions…

• Visit to “El Rastro” traditional fair in Madrid Old Town.

• Musseums, winery….

Ideal participant

We look for participants full of energy, with fire in their bodies! Who love

the party and live marvellous and wild experiences! And who can

Would you dare to discover the amazing history of castles? Have you ever dreamed of

being a princess/prince? In this event you will have the chance to go back to old times,

visiting medieval cities and their fortresses, getting the mood of their streets feeling like a

real citizen.

If you want to live the Spanish party, dance and have fun with our "charangas", eating our

most typical food like tortilla de patatas, jamón Ibérico, learn how to prepare our famous

Sangria or try our amazing white wine ‘Verdejo de Rueda’, then this is your TSU!

And this is not all! You will also be able to do canoeing in ‘Canal de Castilla’, navigate our

river, practise open-air sports in connection with nature and participate in the funniest

activities that we have planned for you while enjoying the true Mediterranean weather. And

if you like dancing, then this is also your event! Our teachers will show you how to dance

jotas and sevillanas, typical of our region and the south of Spain.

But we also have more to offer you... Amazing treasure hunting where you would have to

conquer the Castle of Peñafiel and rescue the princess... Would you like to be a knight? Or

do you prefer to be a princess?

Don’t hesitate and join us in the heart of Spain for the summer of your life! We want an

exotic European prince or princess here! But we also accept buffoons, magicians or frogs...

up to you!

However, take care who are you kissing in this event, nobody knows who can be a prince

or a frog!

Places visited

Madrid

Madrid is the capital of Spain, a wonderful city full of secrets that you will discover! You will

explore Madrid, but we will also tell you all about culture from rural Spain: you'll sing, drink,

eat, sleep and have fun in a Spain-like culture atmosphere! We will teach you all the

aspects about our way of life. You will learn basic-for-surviving Spanish, learn how to

prepare our typical meals and drinks and to dance salsa and personal defense! Also there

are many people who say that Madrid is the Europe’s capital of night life. We want to let

you judge by yourself We will try to show you a great variety of atmospheres. Taverns,

pubs, discos... living together in Madrid night

Valladolid

Valladolid is the capital city of the autonomous region of Castile and León in north-western

Spain. It has three winegrowing regions: Ribera del Duero, Rueda and Cigales. It has a

population of 313,437 people.

The Catholic Monarchs, Isabel I of Castile and Ferdinand II of Aragon, established

Valladolid as the capital of the Kingdom of Castile and later of united Spain. Christopher


SURVIVE to our nightlife and all the adventures that we have prepared

for you from the deep of our hearts!

Pictures (click to view)

Columbus died in Valladolid in 1506, while authors Francisco de Quevedo and Miguel de

Cervantes lived and worked in the city. It was also a cultural centre in the Spanish

Renaissance, although a fire in 1561 forced Phillip II to move the capital to Madrid. It briefly

returned to Valladolid under Phillip III between 1601 and 1606, before returning indefinitely

to Madrid.

Valladolid's Old Town preserves a set composed of historic houses, palaces, churches,

plazas, avenues and parks, along with a heritage museum which features the National

Museum of Sculpture. Among the events that are held each year in the city include the

Valladolid International Film Week (Seminci).

Toledo

A fortified hilltop surrounded by the Tajo river, Toledo was Spain’s capital city, and also

served as royal residence of the unified state up to 1560. Simply strolling along its narrow

streets is one of the best ways to appreciate this place. By doing so, one can capture its

mood, as the city architecture reflects the many influences and cultures presents through

his long history. It’s the city of the three religions, and once provided a rare example of

Muslims, Jews, and Christians living side by side, but after the Moors were rejected, and if

became a centre of the

Catholic Spain’s intolerance. We’ll visit all that they have let us, cathedrals, synagogues,

and mosques. Also is Toledo a city crowded of legends, magic, and histories. And amazing

atmosphere that is reinforced with the morphology of its twisted streets, the narrow

passages and the stone flooring!!!

Segovia

Segovia is Spain at its best-twisting alleyways, the highest concentration of Romanesque

churches in all of Europe, pedestrian streets where no cars are allowed, the aroma of roast

suckling pig around every corner - all surrounded by the city's medieval wall which itself is

bordered by two rivers and an extensive green-belt park with miles of shaded walks. On the

northwest extreme of the wall is the famous Alcázar castle, source of inspiration to Walt

Disney, and where Queen Isabel promised Columbus the financial backing he needed to

discover America. On the south-east extreme is the world renowned Roman Aqueduct, the

largest and best preserved of its kind anywhere, which served as the mintmark on all coins

struck in the city from 1455 to 1864. The tallest building in Segovia is still the 16th-century

Cathedral, a prominent landmark.

Peñafiel

Peñafiel is a small village with a lot of history. It has passed through centuries which have

left unforgettable footprints like the castle, Plaza del Coso (Main Square and bull fighting

arena!) or Torre del Reloj (Clock tower). Every corner in this land has been strongly

recorded by the inhabitants, and if Peñafiel is wonderful now, is because of them.


Crime for Dummies

AEGEE-Wroclaw | AEGEE-Opole | AEGEE-Lviv

From

Type

Thematic category

Theme

Cities visited

Dates

Monday, July 15th

Travel Summer University (TSU)

Other

Cross-border criminal case

Wrocław, Opole, Kraków, Lviv

Calendar

July

To Monday, July 29th

Event fee 180€

Participants 25

M T W T F S S

1 2 3 4 5 6 7

8 9 10 11 12 13 14

15 16 17 18 19 20 21

22 23 24 25 26 27 28

29 30 31

Optional fee 10€

Optional fee used for

Alternative programme

to the optional fee

Confirmation

Lodging

Provided meals

Aquapark in Lviv

Sightseeing

Pay 50% of the fee in advance

Hostel, dormitory

Breakfast, dinner

Contact email tsu.crime gmail.com

Facebook

Coordinator phone +48535563295

University support

Suitable for disabled

participants

Activities

- Logical games

- City rallies

Languages used

- Thematical workshops

https://www.facebook.com/groups/325...

No

No

English

- Excursions to police and prisons

- Trip to Krasiejow

- Polish language workshop

- Lviv city center (UNESCO heritage site)

- Lviv regional castles

- Workshop "Medyanyky" (Lviv sweets)

- Ukrainian language workshop

- Dacing workshop

- Thematical parties

Ideal participant

People interested in solving puzzles and mysteries, with attraction to

logical games and detective thinking and with special "black" sense of

humor.

Pictures (click to view)

Map data ©2013 Basarsoft, GIS Innovatsia, DATA+, GeoBasis-DE/BKG (©2009), Google

Event description

Are you fascinated by mysteries and detectives? Are you ready to investigate the web of

crimes?

Enter the world of crime with us! Be part of a cross-border criminal case and solve the

puzzle. Something terrible happened in four cities and all traces seem to lead nowhere -

the national police and private security agencies are clueless and frustrated. So now

Interpol is calling on you to be the detective and take charge of the investigation.

Was it the gardener or the maid or someone else? And what is the motive? Different

story-lines will try to catch you attention, but don't get distracted from the real one... The

clues of this mysterious crime will take you to three different cities in two countries:

Wrocław, Opole, Kraków and Lviv. Find the murderer before he commits another crime...

Do you dare to come?

Places visited

Wrocław

Some call it WrocLove, some call it Venice of the North. It is one of the biggest cities in

Poland and it is definitely one of the most popular places to study in. Full of clubs and

active people, but also with a great history and amazing Old Market where behind dimonds

the spectrum of crime awaits.

Opole

Opole is the capital of Polish song. Once a year organizes the festival of Polish song,

during which traditionally it's possible to review the achievements of the passing season, to

see premieres of the songs, to see debut concerts and to review cabarets.

Kraków

Kraków cannot help but make you mesmerized with his one of the biggest in the world

market square, cute, small streets - where you wish to get lost, pubs filled with students

and unique polish food. The day and night mix together to connect and make the best out

of your time. On the day time, Wawel castle, more than 50 museums, Jewish district,

beautiful parks and at night main square with charming lights and the vibes that will make

you remember that Krakow is proud of having the biggest quantity of pubs and clubs for a

square kilometer.

Lviv

It's situated in the Western part of Ukraine. Lviv is the city of lions, the city with castle and

without it, the city with river that nobody can see it.

Lviv was founded in 1256 by King Danylo Halytskyi and named in honour of his son, Lev.

One of the most famous building is Lviv Theatre of Opera and Ballet. There was invented

the first oil lamp in the world, published the first book in Ukraine, founded the first university

in Ukraine, built the first railway. Lviv is the main ukrainian culture centre today, the historic

city centre of which is on the UNESCO World Heritage List. Lviv is the city that incredibly

mixed old European culture, original Ukrainian folk and its own magical spirit.


Out Of The Blue: The Three Green Lands

AEGEE-Bilbao | AEGEE-Santander | AEGEE-Oviedo

Type

Thematic category

Theme

Cities visited

Dates

Travel Summer University (TSU)

Other

Breaking the Spanish stereotypes by

travelling across the northern coast

Bilbao, Santander, Santoña, Comillas,

Potes, Gijón, Llanes, Oviedo

Calendar

From

Tuesday, July 16th

July

August

To

Friday, August 2nd

Event fee 195€

Participants 25

Optional fee 45€

Optional fee used for

Alternative programme

to the optional fee

Confirmation

Lodging

Provided meals

M T W T F S S

1 2 3 4 5 6 7

8 9 10 11 12 13 14

15 16 17 18 19 20 21 12 13 14 15 16 17 18

22 23 24 25 26 27 28 19 20 21 22 23 24 25

29 30 31

Surfing, canoeing, paintballing

Beach time, sports and games

M T W T F S S

1 2 3 4

5 6 7 8 9 10 11

26 27 28 29 30 31

Send copy of the ticket AND pay 50% of the

fee in advance

Gym (bring sleeping bag and mattress)

Breakfast, lunch

Contact email outoftheblue.tsu gmail.com

Facebook

Coordinator phone (+34)671317755

University support

Suitable for disabled

participants

Activities

Canoeing

Trekking

Museums

City tours

Required special

equipment

Languages used

http://www.facebook.com/events/1524...

No

No

Tematic and traditional parties

Typical food and drinks tasting

Live music

Paintballing

Fireworks night at the beach

Visit to a prehistoric cave

Visiting an island

Ideal participant

comfortable shoes, sleeping bag, swimsuit,

raincoat.

English and Spanish

We are looking for someone active, really motivated, who doesn't worry

about the lack of sleep, who enjoys cultural activities and loves sports at

the same time. Suming up: someone who really wants to have the time of

his life while discovering a different Spain!

Pictures (click to view)

Map data ©2013 GeoBasis-DE/BKG (©2009), Google, basado en BCN IGN España

Event description

So think for a second... what do you know about Spain? paella, siesta, flamenco and

bullfighting, isn't it? But have you ever heard the words patxarán, fabada, aurresku, orujo,

gaiteros or sidra? Get rid of clichés once and for all, you are better than that!

You have to notice that there’s something else out of the blue: a place where Spain looks

different, where the Atlantic Ocean becomes a different sea, where there’s less sun but

more green, and where mountain peaks can almost touch the sea shore: the Northern

Coast.

We propose you an incredible journey along almost 300 km of awesome coasts and

stunning inlands, visiting the Basque Country, Cantabria and the Principality of Asturias

and discovering the places where Spain and the language spoken by more than 500 million

people all over the world were born. A journey surrounded by nature, history, culture, sports

and lots of action.

3 antennae, 3 regions, 3 greens and a common blue: the Cantabric Sea.

Are you ready to spend 18 unforgettable days of adventures travelling across the Northern

Coast together with other 25 aegeeans?

We are looking for a simple answer: “challenge accepted”.

Places visited

Basque Country

The Basque Country will be the departure point of this incredible experience by the north

shore of Spain. Breathe, you will feel at home. Fill your spirit looking how the cliffs try to

split the wild sea that borders our shore and challenge its strength by riding the waves in

one of the most famous surf sports.

During our trip you will get to know our inner side through history, how Bilbao has been

transformed in the past decades from a grey and a heavy industrialized area that set up as

one of the economical forces of the country, to the modern and bright city that is today. You

will also discover the peculiarities of our regional language, one of the most ancients in

Europe, and let yourself go with some incredible stories of the basque folklore. In short,

start the journey across the green lands: you will never expect, you will never forget.

Cantabria

Following the seashore we will reach Cantabria, our plenty of history second destination.

Cantabria is the richest place on earth on prehistoric sites, and has a long and rich history,

from celtic settlements to the roman occupation.

The capital of the region, Santander, is situated at the so-called “most beautiful bay of

Spain” and has numerous beaches. At one of them, we’ll watch fireworks at the main

festivals of the city, that also include concerts, cultural shows, food and crowds.

There are more than 50 white-sanded-beaches in this beautiful region, but also amazing


mountains, including Picos de Europa National Park, the second most visited in Spain, and

that we will visit in order enjoy its beauty and natural surroundings.

We’ll also visit some beautiful villages, such as Santillana del Mar and Comillas, noted for

their medieval, Baroque and Art Nouveau buildings, including the one created by the

renowned artist Antoni gaudí.

And last but not least, we will discover the secrets of the cantabrian gastronomy... and we

will taste some of the many varieties of Orujo, the local grape liquor.

Principality of Asturias

The Principality Of Asturias is the last region we'll visit in this awesome journey across the

Northren Coast. Known as the cradle of Spain due to the Battle of Covadonga —where the

reconquest of the country begun in 722—, Asturias is also famous by the Sidra (cider) and

the special way it is poured. For asturian people Sidra is not just a drink, but a religion, as

you will discover attending to some asturian traditional festivals. You'll also visit Gijón,

known as the capital of the green coast and largest city in the region, but also Oviedo —the

capital of the Principality, full of ancient and beautiful places— and some other stunning

places where you'll also practise outdoor sports... in the second most mountainous region

of Europe.

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Two Cultures, One Story

AEGEE-Warszawa | AEGEE-Riga

From

Type

Thematic category

Theme

Cities visited

Dates

Tuesday, July 16th

Travel Summer University (TSU)

Other

The culture of Poland and Latvia. The

folklore of big metropolis and small cities.

Warsaw, Augustow, Riga, Jurmala

Calendar

July

To Wednesday, July 31st

Event fee 190€

Participants 30

Optional fee 30€

M T W T F S S

1 2 3 4 5 6 7

8 9 10 11 12 13 14

15 16 17 18 19 20 21

22 23 24 25 26 27 28

29 30 31

Map data ©2013 Basarsoft, GIS Innovatsia, DATA+, GeoBasis-DE/BKG (©2009), Google, basado en

BCN IGN España

Optional fee used for

Baloon flight over Warsaw

Event description

Alternative programme

to the optional fee

Confirmation

Lodging

Provided meals

Visit in the City Museum

Pay 100% of the fee in advance

Youth Hostel, Gym/student dormitory, Guest

House

Breakfast, lunch

Contact email tsu2013 aegee.waw.pl

Facebook

Coordinator phone (+48) 600-925-720

University support

Suitable for disabled

participants

Activities

Required special

equipment

Languages used

https://www.facebook.com/groups/539...

No

No

• Polish and Latvian language lessons

• Beach activities in Jūrmala

• City rallies

Sleeping bag, swimming suit, party outfit,

sport shoes

English, Polish, Latvian

• Traditional dances (Latvian, Polish, and other)

• Workshops about culture and history

• Sightseeing in Riga and Warsaw

• Roller skating

• Mezakakis (ropes adventure in trees)

• Dance flash mob

• Latvian sauna

• Pub crawl in Warsaw and Riga

Ideal participant

A person who is curious of the Polish and Latvian culture and ready to

experience it with every piece of his/her body and mind for 24 hours a

day. The one we look for it’s a fun-loving traveller very active during the

day and ready to party & integrate through all nights.

Pictures (click to view)

This year you will have a great opportunity to take part in an amazing journey through

Poland and Latvia! We invite you to discover the culture and lifestyle of two lively capitals –

Warsaw and Riga, enjoy the sun and sea in the popular seaside city – Jūrmala and relax in

the area of Masurian Lakeland.

What is waiting for you? A possibility of experiencing genuine Baltic summer, discovering

new interesting places and its history, vibrant crazy nightlife, amazing traditional dance

workshops, famous Polish and Latvian food, sunbathing, sport activities, photo shooting

and of course a lot of integration with other participants!

Your adventure starts in Warsaw, a modern, developing city which never sleeps. Discover

the most remarkable places, and then get to know the other side of the Vistula river where

tourists barely visit missing the taste of real Warsaw.

After hot urban nights, we will spend some time in Augustow enjoying the outdoor activities

and beautiful surroundings of lakes and nature.

Your journey will continue with adventurous days and unforgettable nights in Riga – city of

inspiration! Narrow streets of Old Town, beautiful Art Nouveau architecture, amazing

panorama from the girls rest room located in Skyline bar @ the 26th floor & non- stop

music in Rigas’s clubs will make you fall in love with this city! But what would be a summer

without a seaside? You will have the chance to swim in Baltic Sea, to play beach volleyball

and a towel ballin Jūrmala. Ending this amazing adventure with Latvian sauna.

Let your soul sing, spirit dance, heart beat and body rock with us! We promise- your body

will say "thank you" and spirit will reach blinding heights!

Places visited

Warsaw

Warszawa is the capital and also the biggest city of Poland. This is a major international

tourist destination and an important economic hub in Central and Eastern Europe. Warsaw

is a combination of modern urban development and historical architecture, it offers to

visitors the atmosphere of past centuries and sense of modernity. Public transport in

Warsaw is really good organized - it consists of metro line, local trains, trams, buses and

two airports. There are several places worth seeing in Warszawa, especially the Old Town

and the Warsaw Uprising Museum, one of the most modern museums in this part of

Europe. But what is unique in Warszawa is the atmosphere of the city where past meets

present and they mix together to create the future. Uniqueness of Warsaw will not leave

you indifferent.

Augustow

Augustów - one of the most beautiful and interesting cities located in the region called

Podlasie. The city was founded in the sixteenth century. With the river Netta flowing

through it and surrounded by lakes such as Necko, Białe and Sajno it is considered to be a


perfect place to spend your leisure time. The neighbourhood of numerous forests and

Puszcza Augustowska creates an opportunity to take a closer look at the wilder side of

Podlasie. Interesting places, mixture of cultures (Podlasie is visited by many tourists of

different regions and countries annually) and marvellous sights make it a place you simply

can't miss.

Riga

Riga - the capital and largest city of Latvia, it is also the largest city of the Baltic states, it is

a home to more than one third of Latvia's population. The city is an important seaport and a

major industrial, commercial, cultural and financial center of the Baltic Sea region. The city

lies on the Gulf of Riga, at the mouth of the river Daugava. Riga was founded in 1201 and

is a former Hanseatic League member. Riga's historical center is a UNESCO World

Heritage site, noted for its Art Nouveau/ Jugendstill architecture and 19th century wooden

architecture. The Riga City history is more than eight hundred years long, and it has an

abundance of dramatic events stored in countless volumes of works and monuments,

legends, songs, memoirs and tales.

Jurmala

Jūrmala - "seaside" is the largest resort city in the Baltic States is well-known for its natural

treasures – the mild climate, sea, healthy air, curative mud and mineral water. The

attraction of Jurmala hides in its almost 26 km long white sand beach, large pine forests

and the natural border of the city – the river Lielupe. In Jurmala You will discover a

combination of charming wooden houses built in the beginning of the last century and

modern resort buildings. Also the history of Jurmala is deeply connected with capital city

Riga. Jurmala is the city on the wave – on the wave of change and success, on the wave of

love and hope. It welcomes everybody to return here again and again!


Mysteries of Histories: Journey through the Past

AEGEE-Sankt-Peterburg

From

Type

Thematic category

Theme

Cities visited

Dates

Tuesday, July 16th

Summer Course (SC)

History

Russian culture and history of St.Petersburg

St.Petersburg, Petergof, Pushkin-city

Calendar

July

To Saturday, July 27th

Event fee 210€

Participants 20

M T W T F S S

1 2 3 4 5 6 7

8 9 10 11 12 13 14

15 16 17 18 19 20 21

22 23 24 25 26 27 28

29 30 31

Optional fee 20€

Optional fee used for

Alternative programme

to the optional fee

Night Boat Trip

Visiting Summer Garden

Event description

Three – two – one - gooooooooo!

Map data ©2013 GIS Innovatsia, DATA+, GeoBasis-DE/BKG (©2009), Google

Confirmation

Lodging

Provided meals

Pay 50% of the fee in advance

Youth Hostel

Breakfast, dinner

Ladies and gentlemen, welcome on board of the time-lift!

This summer we're inviting you to a magic journey through the time.

Course level

Teachers

Course

Timetable

Equipment

Intermediate

Organizers

Presentations, quizzes and interactive

workshops

18 hours in total

All the necessary equipment for workshops

will be provided

Contact email aegee.spb.su2013 gmail.com

Website

Facebook

http://aegee.spb.ru

Coordinator phone (+7)981-803-37-25

University support

http://www.facebook.com/events/4457...

No

Our journey starts at the 18th century – time of kings and emperors, gorgeous palaces and

fancy-dress balls, mysteries and legends, where the spirit of Peter the Great is still

wandering along the granite embankments of the Neva river.

Attention, stand clear to the doors, our time-lift moves on! Next stop - USSR. Dear

travellers, welcome to Leningrad - the 1st Congress of AEGEE party of the Soviet Union is

about to start! Be ready to get up accompanied by the sounds of Soviet music and make

special morning exercises like million Soviet people did it following the instructions of Soviet

Radio =) And prepare all your energy to hang out the whole night at rock-n-roll party “Back

to USSR”!

Oh! Did you feel this shake? Don’t worry, it’s just because our time-lift clung to the last

wagon of subway train taking us to the modern megapolis. St.-Petersburg of the 21st

century will daze you with myriads of lights, embrace you with crowds of people flooding

the Nevskiy Prospect, entangle you with fata morganas of the white nights.

Suitable for disabled

participants

Activities

Required special

equipment

Languages used

No

Comfortable shoes, swimming suit

English

Daring travellers, hurry up to jump in our time-lift before we push “START” button!

Pictures (click to view)

- Discovering the touristic and non-touristic sides of the city

- Visiting the famous museum Hermitage (Winter Palace)

- Visiting the countrysides of SPb: Pushkin-city and Petergof

- Russian language workshop

- Matryoshka workshop: participants will make their own Russian doll

- Fancy dress 19th century ball

- City-rally and city-quiz

- Sea-battle on the gigs

- Thematic costume parties

Ideal participant

You are our perfect participant if you are

- ready to walk and move a lot


- able not only to survive but also smile after day (and night) full of

activities

- ready to discover the city from its different sides!


Yellow SUnmarine Vol.II

AEGEE-Alicante

From

Type

Thematic category

Theme

Cities visited

Dates

Wednesday, July 17th

Summer Course (SC)

History

The culture of the Levante Region in Spain:

Mediterranean food, rich history and

traditions, surprising environment, and

Spanish lifestyle

Alicante, Benidorm, Elche, Murcia,

Cartagena.

Calendar

July

To

Monday, July 29th

Event fee 120€

Participants 24

Optional fee 28€

Optional fee used for

Alternative programme

to the optional fee

Confirmation

Lodging

Provided meals

Course level

Teachers

Course

Timetable

Equipment

Visit to waterpark

Beach time

M T W T F S S

1 2 3 4 5 6 7

8 9 10 11 12 13 14

15 16 17 18 19 20 21

22 23 24 25 26 27 28

29 30 31

Pay 50% of the fee in advance

Hostels, gyms and schools. Bring sleeping

bag but no mattress

Breakfast, lunch

Intermediate

AEGEE-Alicante members and also

collaboration with other local NGOs

Interactive workshops, guided city tours, non

formal education methodology.

At least 20h per week, 40h in total

We will provide all materials needed for the

courses.

Contact email SU2013 aegeealicante.com

Coordinator phone +34.615391291

Map data ©2013 GeoBasis-DE/BKG (©2009), Google, basado en BCN IGN España

Event description

"Our SU is an intensive course on all aspects that define Spanish Mediterranean culture.

Travelling in our Yellow SUnmarine you will be immersed in our cultures, histories and

traditions; will be delighted by our gastronomies, will enjoy our different environments and

discover how to have a great time in AEGEE-Alicante's style. Get ready for the most

amazing two weeks of your life.

Our program includes a wide variety of activities, all of them created to make your

experience exciting and amazing, to let you discover the special characteristics that make

us so ‘typical Spanish’ and at the same time, so different to other regions of our country.

We will visit two regions and their small villages and big cities; we will visit touristic hot

spots and discover secret areas off the beaten track. With us, you will not ever feel like a

tourist, this is for sure. We will play sports in the sea, climb mountains, cook together, and

visit one coastal village during its traditional festival. We will learn about the history of our

cities and link it to the present and the future. We will invite you to eat paella and other

typical dishes of our gastronomies.

We will do all our best to make you feel at home in our regions, by becoming one big family

with you. We will spend 24h together for two weeks, and we know your time with us will be

the best SUmmer of your life."

Pictures (click to view)

University support

Yes

Suitable for disabled

participants

Suitable for:

-Deaf participants.

-Blind participants.

-There will be an organizer responsible for

the disability aspect during the SU.

Languages used

English

Activities

- Beach games

- City rallies and interactive city-tours

- Visit to the largest palm grove in Europe (UNESCO World Heritage Site)

- Visit to the Roman Theatre and Peral Submarine in Cartagena

- Visit to La Manga del Mar Menor

- Hiking in Peñón de Ifach

- Visit to Aqualandia, the biggest waterpark in Europe (optional fee)

- Tapas workshop and flamenco show

- Relaxation workshop

- And all other AEGEE activities you can expect!

Ideal participant


Our ideal participant will wake up happy after sleeping just a few hours,

will participate in the activities with 100% energy, will share his/her

culture with the rest of the participants and will be ready to discover what

the Yellow Spirit is.


Live. Love. Laugh. Serbia.

AEGEE-Kragujevac | AEGEE-Beograd | AEGEE-Niš |

AEGEE-Novi Sad

From

Type

Thematic category

Theme

Cities visited

Dates

Wednesday, July 17th

Travel Summer University (TSU)

Other

Exploring cultural heritage of Serbia

Novi Sad, Sremski Karlovci, Belgrade,

Kragujevac, Jagodina, Niš

Calendar

July

To Wednesday, July 31st

Event fee 180€

Participants 40

M T W T F S S

1 2 3 4 5 6 7

8 9 10 11 12 13 14

15 16 17 18 19 20 21

22 23 24 25 26 27 28

29 30 31

Map data ©2013 Basarsoft, GIS Innovatsia, DATA+, GeoBasis-DE/BKG (©2009), Google

Optional fee 40€

Optional fee used for

Alternative programme

to the optional fee

Confirmation

Lodging

Provided meals

Orienteering, Belgrade Underground Tour,

Aqua park, Museums, Soko Spa

Extra cities tours

Send copy of the ticket in advance

Student dormitories, hostels

Breakfast, lunch

Contact email live.love.laugh.serbia gmail.com

Facebook

Coordinator phone +381643622318

University support

http://www.facebook.com/SULiveLoveL...

Yes

Event description

Passionate traveler used to say that his favorite place is the place that he has never visited

before. Have you ever been to Serbia? Have you ever had a chance to meet all beauties of

its culture? Take your adventurous spirit and join us on this amazing journey from north to

south of Serbia! Learn about this Balkan country by listening interesting stories about our

culture from ancient Slavic customs to this day, see natural beauties, and feel Balkan

rhythm through traditional dances and magic sounds of flute and harmonica. Experience

the beauty of Serbian cultural diversity! Taste the famous wine in Novi Sad, learn Serbian

Cyrillic in Kragujevac, take part in celebration of 1700th anniversary of the Edict of Milan in

Nis and explore the amazing Belgrade, the capital of Serbia! Take this unique opportunity

to LIVE the time of your lives, fall in LOVE with Serbia, and have so much fun that will

make you LAUGH like never before. Expand your AEGEE horizons by exploring Serbian

culture, traditions and through meeting many interesting, energetic people from these four

locals!

Suitable for disabled

participants

Activities

Required special

equipment

Languages used

No

Swimming suits, comfortable shoes.

Serbian, English.

Places visited

Belgrade

Beograd (Serbian Cyrillic: Београд), the capital of Serbia, is a colorful mixture of the East

and West. It lies on two international waterways, at the confluence of the rivers Sava and

Danube which surround it on three sides. Because of its position, it has rightly been called

"Gateway to the Balkans" and the "Door to Central Europe".

-exploring serbian culture, tradition;

-wine tasting;

-dancing traditional dances;

-learning new letter and serbian language;

-tasting typical serbian food and drinks;

-swimming;

-hiking

Ideal participant

The ideal participant must be a person of adventurous spirit; an

enthusiast, ready to embark upon an amazing journey which will widen

your perspectives of this part of Europe.

Pictures (click to view)

Beograd is a city full of culture, passion, and energy. Renowned for its nightlife, this city will

surely thrill you. In Beograd, there's always something to do and something to see.

Novi Sad

Novi Sad (Serbian Cyrillic: Нови Сад) is the second largest city in Serbia, located on the

banks of the Danube river. Today, Novi Sad is the second cultural centre in Serbia (besides

Belgrade). The city has several museums and galleries. Every year during the annual EXIT

music festival, the city is full of young people from all over Europe. The most recognized

structure in Novi Sad is Petrovaradin Fortress. There is also a National Park of Fruška

Gora mountain nearby.

Kragujevac

Kragujevac (Serbian Cyrillic: Крагујевац) is the fourth largest city in Serbia, the main city of

the Šumadija region. It is situated on the banks of the Lepenica River. Despite its relatively

late foundation (1476), Kragujevac is the city of many firsts. Being the first capital of

modern Serbia, the first constitution in the Balkans was proclaimed in this city in 1835.

Further on, the first full- fledged university in the newly independent Serbia was founded in

1838, preceded by the first grammar school (Gimnazija), Printworks, professional National

theatre and the Military academy.

Niš

Niš(Serbian Cyrillic: Ниш) is the largest city of southern Serbia and the third-largest city in


Serbia.It is one of the oldest cities in the Balkans and Europe, and has from ancient times

been considered a gateway between the East and the West. Constantine the Great was

born in Nis,then Naissus,by passing The Edict of Milan in 313,he proclaimed religious

tolerance and elevated Christianity to the status equal to other religions.The unic place in

Nis is Mediana,an archeological place from the late Roman period,a lot of others

monuments you can see like ‘Skull Tower’a huge Fortress,also beautiful Spa next to

Nis-NISKA Spa.But expect this you can have a great night life in Nis


The SUnny side of life: Be CoNnected to your Life’s Paradise

AEGEE-Las Palmas | AEGEE-Barcelona

Type

Thematic category

Theme

In cooperation with

Cities visited

Dates

Travel Summer University (TSU)

Training

‘Positiveness’, self-development and

learning the keys to enjoy a more relaxed life

in a fun, eco-friendly way

Environmental Working Group

Barcelona and Las Palmas

Calendar

From

Wednesday, July 17th

July

August

To

Thursday, August 1st

Event fee 250€

Participants 30

Optional fee 40€

Optional fee used for

Alternative programme

to the optional fee

Confirmation

Lodging

Provided meals

M T W T F S S

1 2 3 4 5 6 7

8 9 10 11 12 13 14

15 16 17 18 19 20 21 12 13 14 15 16 17 18

22 23 24 25 26 27 28 19 20 21 22 23 24 25

29 30 31

Boat party and Surf Course

Sunbathing, shopping...

Pay 100% of the fee in advance

M T W T F S S

1 2 3 4

5 6 7 8 9 10 11

26 27 28 29 30 31

Gym & Youth Hostel. Sleeping bag is

needed, also mattress if possible!

Breakfast, dinner

Contact email sunny.side.of.life.2013 gmail.com

Facebook

Coordinator phone 0034 646 22 46 79

University support

Suitable for disabled

participants

Activities

Languages used

http://www.facebook.com/groups/1264...

Yes

Suitable for:

-Deaf participants.

-Blind participants.

-There will be an organizer responsible for

the disability aspect during the SU.

English, Spanish

- Relaxation and Recycling workshop

- Yoga and biodance classes

- Public speaking and assertiveness seminars

- Traditional food and drinks taste

- Bike city tours

- Sunbathing

- Gaudí’s architecture tour

- Catalan and Spanish language and culture courses

- Technologic Institute of Canary Islands

- City tour-treasure hunting

- ”Tapas” Night

- Flamenco “Choir” dinner

- Surf classes

- Boat Party

- Sports Night

- Visit to old towns

- one walk in the nature

- visit to an aboriginal museum

Map data ©2013 Basarsoft, Google, MapLink, ORION-ME

Event description

The first things that come to our minds anytime someone speaks about the ‘Spanish way of

life’ are delicious food, sunlight, gorgeous beaches... And a laid-back, relaxed and

optimistic lifestyle. We invite you to forget about your worries for a couple of weeks and

make the most of your optimism through relaxation, assertiveness and motivation

workshops, and having fun dancing, expressing yourself... And enjoying Spanish sunlight

and sea!

All of this will be provided in the best environment possible: Barcelona and Gran Canaria

are two perfect examples of colorful and open-minded cities, with lots of cultural aspects to

offer. The sea on our side, and a vibrant nightlife when the sun comes down. In this Travel

Summer University, both cities are joining forces to tell Europe how to look on ‘the bright,

sunny side of life’ and some clues to make our life more easy-going. You’ll get to know

these two wonderful cities, lots of interesting people... And you’ll also get to know

YOURSELVES! Don’t think twice and be prepared to stay connected to your life's paradise.

Just for you to know: the ticket from Barcelona to Gran Canaria is included in the fee ;)

Places visited

Barcelona

Barcelona's always been on the top world travel destinations thanks to Gaudí's Modern art

heritage. You shouldn't miss the endless nights on the seaside, some paella with sangria,

and crema catalana!

Gran Canaria

If Gran Canaria had to be described with a single word, that would be "contrast". Urban

area in the northeast (Las Palmas de Gran Canaria), dunes in the south (Maspalomas), flat

area in the east (Telde), scary cliffs in the western, wavy ocean and pebble beaches in the

north (Agaete and Gáldar) and vegetation and mountains in the center (Roque Nublo, San

Mateo and Teror). All this in 47 Km of diameter and in a 1.560 Km2 area. I think that you

will understand now why is the island called Gran Canaria: a Miniature Continent.

Ideal participant


Somebody willing to meet people from different cultures and with diverse

points of view, also to know him/herself better. Tolerant people who want

to live an unforgettable summer and a life-changing experience,

interested in being green, our culture and history.

Pictures (click to view)

A


Become a Slavic hero!

AEGEE-Katowice | AEGEE-Bratislava

Type

Thematic category

Theme

Cities visited

Dates

Travel Summer University (TSU)

Other

Slavic culture

Katowice, Dąbrowa Górnicza, Kraków,

Poprad, Lip. Mikuláš, Bratislava

Calendar

From

Thursday, July 18th

July

August

To

Thursday, August 1st

Event fee 180€

M T W T F S S

1 2 3 4 5 6 7

8 9 10 11 12 13 14

M T W T F S S

1 2 3 4

5 6 7 8 9 10 11

Participants 30

15 16 17 18 19 20 21

22 23 24 25 26 27 28

12 13 14 15 16 17 18

19 20 21 22 23 24 25

Optional fee 30€

29 30 31

26 27 28 29 30 31

Map data ©2013 Basarsoft, GIS Innovatsia, DATA+, GeoBasis-DE/BKG (©2009), Google, basado en

BCN IGN España

Optional fee used for

Aquapark Tatralandia

Event description

Alternative programme

to the optional fee

Confirmation

Lodging

Provided meals

Natural Lake Liptovská Mara

Send copy of the ticket OR pay 50% of the

fee in advance

Gym, hostel, bungalows

Breakfast, lunch

Contact email becomeaslavichero aegee.org

Facebook

Coordinator phone (+48)508-964-390

University support

Suitable for disabled

participants

Activities

- city games

- sport activities

Required special

equipment

Languages used

- exciting social program

https://www.facebook.com/events/156...

Yes

No

Sleeping bag, mattress, swimming suit,

sunbathing cream

English

- visiting national places (coal mine, cave, castles, altar, lakes, ...)

- exploring about Polish and Slovak cultures

- eating traditional cuisine

- theatre performance

Ideal participant

Do you dare to survive in two Slavic countries?

Are you adaptable to all unpredictable situations?

Are you ready for sleepless, crazy and AEGEE inspired nights?

Do you want to taste our best specialities - kotlet, bigos, halušky and

gulaš?

Are you open-minded and striving for new incredible experiences?

If you answered YES, it means that you must be our IDEAL

PARTICIPANT.

So do not hesitate to apply!!!

Pictures (click to view)

Two countries, two antennas, but one Slavic culture!!

In Poland we'll show you how you can become a sport and eco hero.

We’ll provide you with a walk in the clouds and a piece of the sky just for you. You’ll reach

the inside of the world and find the way back. A lot of fun in the truly Slavic atmosphere, a

rest by the water on a magical beach or the scent of forest dreams are guaranteed. We’ll

take you on a trip inside a coal mine, Katowice Steelworks. You’ll see the monuments of

Kraków and relax near Pogoria lakes. And it’s just the beginning. After transfer to little big

country - Slovakia, you will discover national heroes - fathers of country and inhale the

history. Live their lives by observing magnificent nature, unique ice caves, stunning castles,

traditional folklore arts and enjoy fun in the biggest aqua park in central Europe. End up this

amazing trip in modern capital city Bratislava with your own theater performance and show

everybody how did you reveal your personal hero in you.

Places visited

Katowice

Located in Silesia region in the south of Poland, Katowice is a central district of the Silesia

Metropolis. It is also a centre of culture, industry and transportation in southern Poland.

Katowice is a large coal and steel center, having several coal mines, steelworks and even

one foundry of non – ferrous metals. Despite being an industrial city, many parks, squares,

nature reserves and ecological areas are located in Katowice.

Dąbrowa Górnicza

Dąbrowa Górnicza is a beautiful city located about 20 km away from Katowice. It is

characterized by extremely varied landscape- on the one hand, industrial plants dominate

the urban landscape, on the other hand however, many sites of beauty of the nature can be

found. Dąbrowa Górnicza offers many leisure-time opportunities and activities.

Next on out track is the Auschwitz - Birkenau National Museum complex, located on the

outskirts of Oświęcim city.

Kraków

One of the best – known polish cities, shrouded in myth and legends. The city, which used

to be the Polish capital in the times of the kings, is now adored by tourists from all around

the world for its contrasts: historical vs. present day. In Kraków you will get to know the past

and find the way to the future. This is the second largest, and one of the oldest cities in

Poland. Situated on the Vistula River in the Lesser Poland region, it dates back to the 7th

century.

Poprad

Poprad - pearl of Tatry, slovak highest mountain. City surounded by pure nature, wild

animals and real goodhearted slovak people. One step closer to reach slavic heaven by

gaining new energy from monumental mountains.


Bratislava

Bratislava or also famous name "Partyslava" - capital and the largest city of Slovakia,

occupying both banks by the river Danube was made exactly for you to join the best

parties. In past it was used as main corunovating city and you can still feel the smell of its

pride.


PEIRates of the Ionian Sea: The mystery of the Shipwreck!

AEGEE-Peiraias

Type

Thematic category

Theme

Cities visited

Dates

Travel Summer University (TSU)

Other

Dance like you are Zorba, Cook like it is

Ambrosia and Nectar, Live like a Greek: This

is what we are going to teach you!

Athens, Piraeus, Ancient Olympia, Zante

Island, Kefalonia Island

Calendar

From

Thursday, July 18th

July

August

To

Thursday, August 1st

Event fee 180€

M T W T F S S

1 2 3 4 5 6 7

8 9 10 11 12 13 14

M T W T F S S

1 2 3 4

5 6 7 8 9 10 11

Participants 35

15 16 17 18 19 20 21

22 23 24 25 26 27 28

29 30 31

12 13 14 15 16 17 18

19 20 21 22 23 24 25

26 27 28 29 30 31

Map data ©2013 Basarsoft, GIS Innovatsia, DATA+, GeoBasis-DE/BKG (©2009), Google, Mapa GISrael,

ORION-ME

Optional fee 40€

Event description

Optional fee used for

Alternative programme

to the optional fee

Confirmation

Lodging

Provided meals

Amazing Cruise / Boat Trips

Byzantine Museum

Send copy of the ticket OR pay 50% of the

fee in advance

Student dormitories

Breakfast, dinner

Contact email su2013 aegee-peiraias.gr

Website

Facebook

http://www.su2013.aegee-peiraias.gr

Coordinator phone (+30) 697 35 69 651

University support

Suitable for disabled

participants

Activities

★ Dancing

Required special

equipment

Languages used

http://www.fb.com/pages/TSU-2013-PE...

Yes

No

Swimsuit & AEGEE Spirit

English

★ Cooking (gyros, moussaka, gemista etc)

★ Wine tasting

★ Bbq

★ City tours (Peiraias, Athens, Zante)

★ Sightseeing (Acropolis, Acropolis Museum, Ancient Market and many

more)

★ Courses (greek language, history, mythology, FAQ)

★ AEGEE introduction

★ Swimming & Sunbathing

★ Beach games

★ Boat trips

★ Chasing dolphins & caretta-caretta sea turtles

★ “Special” activities and trips

On the beautiful island of Zakynthos, in a country of sea and sun, there is a beach which is

not like the others. One can see that the crystal waters are there, the sun is there... But

there is also a shipwreck lying on the white sand, taking its place from the one side to the

other!

In the summer of 2013, a message in a bottle arrives at the port of Peiraias. It goes like

this:

"This is the story of a lonely traveler who saw every corner of the world trying to find the

most amazing story. On this island of blue and white, where the people have lived and

laughed and danced for thousands of years, the most amazing thing happened at the night

of my arrival. The mystery is hidden at the very bottom of a pirate ship whose shipwreck

can be found. The ones who will see the message are destined to solve the riddle.

They have to pass through different levels until the adventure is complete. The level of

culture: You must find 35 people, travelers who will share their ways at a show night.

Gather the information and reward the performance which will open the gate to the level of

exploring. This level must begin at the capital of the country where democracy was

founded. A capital full of ancient glory, where hospitality is a virtue from the past and a

miracle of the future. Afterwards it is necessary to explore the beauty of the Ionian sea.

Travel to the island of Zante and take the boat to the other islands around it. There you will

find the last piece in order to fulfill this level and move to the next one. The level of taste:

"Astronomy" is hidden in "gastronomy". Try the local food and drinks and the stars will

reward you with the next opening. Then learn a local recipe. Since you can never stop

eating once you try the local delicacies, this is a bonus to continue your adventure. One

before last is the level of fun: Experience every aspect of nightlife, move the fun to the

beach with beach parties. Be a part of many local festivals and learn how to dance like a

local! Only then you will see the way to the last level: The level of friendship. Now that all

the 35 travelers along with the message keepers have become an inseparable team, the

answer to the mystery of the shipwreck will be revealed."

In AEGEE-Peiraias we have planned the way to Zakynthos. From the city of Piraeus and

through Athens we will travel to the Ionian islands and fulfill every level of the adventure.

Who will the 35 adventurers be? That's another mystery ready to be solved! Then the

mystery of the shipwreck awaits!

Places visited

Piraeus

Piraeus has a long recorded history as the chief harbour of Ancient Greece. It became the

Port City of Athens since the times of Pericles (5th century BC).

★ Ice-breaking games

★ Show night at Veakeio Theatre

In the modern era, Piraeus is a large city, bustling with activity, acting as home to the

country's biggest harbour and bearing all the characteristics of a huge marine and


★ European night

★ Welcome & Farewell party

★ Street, Beach / Pool, Theme parties

★ Lykavitos night

Ideal participant

Someone who enjoys group life with people from different countries and

cultures, an active person who can't wait to party Peiraias' style!

Optimistic, social & open minded, full of AEGEE spirit!! Is a person who

can stand our eternal sunshine and doesn't forget to put sunscreen on!

Pictures (click to view)

commercial-industrial centre. It is not only the chief port in Greece, but also the largest

passenger port in Europe and the third largest in the world, servicing about 20 million

passengers annually.

But what is most important: It is the home city of AEGEE-Peiraias guys!

Athens

Athens. The city with the most glorious history in the world, a city worshipped by gods and

people, a magical city. The enchanting capital of Greece has always been a birthplace for

civilization. It is the city where democracy was born and most of the wise men of ancient

times. The most important civilization of ancient world flourished in Athens and relives

through some of the world's most formidable edifices.

Today a cosmopolitan metropolis, modern Athens is central to economic, financial,

industrial, political and cultural life in Greece.

Ancient Olympia

Ancient Olympia is the birthplace of the Olympic Games and Zeus' sacred place. Olympia

has cultivated ideals since ancient times. It was never just the games, but also the honour,

the peace, the struggle and the body - all in one. Visiting the archaeological site and

museum, you will walk in one of the most important sanctuaries of ancient Greece. Situated

in the landscape of Ilia, by the foot of Mt. Kronion (Kronios Lofos), Olympia invites you to

take part of the history of Greece.

Zante Island

Zakynthos is also called Zante and is part of the Ionian Islands. It has beautiful sandy

beaches with crystalline waters which attract thousands of visitors every year. Also it is

famous for the endangered species of the sea turtle Caretta-Caretta which comes during

the reproduction period to lay their eggs on the soft golden sand beaches of the island. The

island is located south of Kefalonia.

Kefalonia Island

Kefalonia is one of the most popular destinations of the Ionian Islands and the biggest

island of the group. It is located between Lefkada and Zakynthos. The Greek Island has

many wonderful beaches with fine sand and turquoise, bleach-like, waters specific to the

island. Others of its many beauties are its picturesque villages, its National Park on its

highest mountain (Mount Ainos) on which a rare specie of fir forest grows and terrific

landscapes.


(S)Have the Baltic Wave

AEGEE-Ogre | AEGEE-Kaunas

Type

Thematic category

Theme

Cities visited

Dates

Travel Summer University (TSU)

Arts & Creativity

Discovering local traditions through

interactive ways

Ogre, Riga, Jurmala, Bauska, Birzai,

Anyksciai, Kaunas,Trakai, Vilnius

Calendar

From

Thursday, July 18th

July

August

To

Thursday, August 1st

Event fee 180€

Participants 20

Optional fee 15€

Optional fee used for

Alternative programme

to the optional fee

Confirmation

Lodging

Provided meals

Paintball

M T W T F S S

1 2 3 4 5 6 7

8 9 10 11 12 13 14

15 16 17 18 19 20 21 12 13 14 15 16 17 18

22 23 24 25 26 27 28 19 20 21 22 23 24 25

29 30 31

Free time

M T W T F S S

1 2 3 4

5 6 7 8 9 10 11

26 27 28 29 30 31

Send copy of the ticket OR pay 50% of the

fee in advance

Gym, student dormitories, cottage (sleeping

bag needed)

Breakfast, dinner

Contact email tsu.ogrekaunas gmail.com

Coordinator phone (+371)26729323

University support

Suitable for disabled

participants

Activities

No

No

Latvian & Lithuanian language course

Folk dances workshop

Working with clay workshop

Visiting Regatta "The Tall ship races 2013"

Beer tasting

Baking traditional bread

The Blind Museum

Visiting catacombs of Vilnius Cathedral

Ideal participant

Humorous, open, interested in various things, curious by nature,

imaginative, brave, not scared of mosquitoes.

Pictures (click to view)

Map data ©2013 GIS Innovatsia, DATA+, GeoBasis-DE/BKG (©2009), Google

Event description

Latvia is called the Land of the Tall Cows. Lithuania, however, is known for being home to

many successful witches and wizards, cave trolls, sumo wrestlers and nuns. If you have

ever had a wish to see the unseen and to touch the untouched, then the Baltics may be the

right place to start. Yes, we know, right now you are already looking at Google maps with

the simple question in your mind: “where the hell are the Baltics?” You just discovered that

Riga is not the capital of Lithuania anymore (well, it has never been) and Latvia is not

Lithuania in fact. So WHO is WHO? Your system now seems to be overloaded with

confusing facts, your conscience is complaining again about skipped geography lessons at

school and you just realized that all you need now is a retreat to the unseen and untouched

place, better known as Baltics.

(S)Have the Baltic Wave is the perfect chance for you to check if Latvia really is the land of

the tall cows and if Lithuania really is known for its wizards and cave trolls. Through the

never-ending Baltic wave, together we will discover who and what exactly Baltic countries,

people and their traditions are. We will smash the stereotypes with a healthy dose of

humor, traditions and creativity. There are no boundaries in exploring this magical place!

Who knows, you might even prove Estonian theory on Latvians having six toes! Or how

about discovering if Baltic Sea really tastes like amber? Maybe try to guess the magical

components of Lithuanian šakotis? How about checking if goblins are really responsible for

baking the black bread? And if they are, why people in Baltics like to eat it so much?

Places visited

Ogre

Ogre is a small and beautiful town, located almost in the middle of Latvia. Ogre? Yes, you

understood correctly. But nothing to worry – there are no monsters or cannibals in the town

as you could misunderstand by the name. On the contrary, it is a very peaceful town. Ogre

is one of the greenest towns in Latvia where two rivers meet. It is said that those who have

seen green Ogre with her\his own eyes will become happy forever.

Rīga

Riga is the capital of Latvia, which is like a girl in the summer. It bewitches you with its

simplicity, perfume and experience before you even realize that you are in love. To be more

precise, Riga’s Old town is a part of UNESCO world cultural heritage, it´s a place where

everyone will find something suitable for him- or herself.

Jūrmala

Jurmala - city on the wave – is the largest resort town in the Baltics. Jūrmala is famous for

its 33 km stretch of white-sand beach and wooden architecture of various styles of 19-20th

centuries. Latvian sea wave is like a Nordic girl´s caress, but white-sand is soft as a flower.

Kaunas

All roads lead to Kaunas, the second largest city and the heart of Lithuania, as it is situated

in the geographical center of Lithuania. Kaunas old town is a step back in time and is well


worth walking through the avenue of linden trees which is an ideal place for a short break

with Coffee, Cake and Culture. What is more, Kaunas is located in a beautiful place - the

confluence of two longest rivers of Lithuania Nemunas and Neris so you won’t be allowed

to miss it. Nowadays Kaunas is the town of young, creative and always active students

from all over the world and we are going to show you the way they live and have fun!

Vilnius

Vilnius is the most important city in Lithuania as it is our capital with a lot of faces, names

and curiosities. In fact, Vilnius is like miniature Europe in one city and, if you know how to

read the signs, one street can tell you thousands of stories. Due to unique landscape and

architecture, this city is considered as one of the most beautiful capitals in Europe. Come to

Vilnius to explore and to find inspiration. By the way, make sure your cameras are fully

charged, because there you’ll find lots of things to show to your friends and families!


There & Back Again - 4 seasons in 1 summer

AEGEE-Kraków | AEGEE-Berlin

Type

Thematic category

Theme

Cities visited

Dates

Travel Summer University (TSU)

Other

Cultural theme: Polish-German traditions of

the 4 seasons.

Krakow, Berlin, Wroclaw, Potsdam

Calendar

From

Friday, July 19th

July

August

To Friday, August 2nd

Event fee 170€

Participants 25

M T W T F S S

1 2 3 4 5 6 7

8 9 10 11 12 13 14

15 16 17 18 19 20 21

22 23 24 25 26 27 28

29 30 31

M T W T F S S

1 2 3 4

5 6 7 8 9 10 11

12 13 14 15 16 17 18

19 20 21 22 23 24 25

26 27 28 29 30 31

Optional fee 40€

Map data ©2013 GIS Innovatsia, DATA+, GeoBasis-DE/BKG (©2009), Google

Optional fee used for

Auschwitz, Potsdam visit

Event description

Alternative programme

to the optional fee

Confirmation

Lodging

Provided meals

sport activities at Krakow university, a

guided botanical tour in the

Pay 50% of the fee in advance

Youth Hostel

Breakfast, lunch

Contact email su2013krakow-berlin aegee.krakow.pl

Coordinator phone +4917623752781

University support

Suitable for disabled

participants

Activities

Summer bathing

Languages used

Polish wedding simulation

Dancing workshop

Barbecue in the park

Oktoberfest activity

Trip to Auschwitz

German winter Bakery

german carnival

Yes

No

trip to Potsdam castle and royal park

Ideal participant

English, Polish, German

Our ideal participant is fun, eager to get to know new people, cultures

and traditions and of course happy to explore the Polish and German

culture in its varieties and beauties while tough enough to survive the big

city life in Krakow and Berlin during day and night (party!).

Pictures (click to view)

Have you ever wondered how it would feel to experience the best moments of a year in a

single week? With the motto "There to traditions and back to modern times again" AEGEE-

Krakow and AEGEE-Berlin want to give you the opportunity to discover two amazing

cultures and experience old traditions at modern times. You will take cuisine classes and

dancing workshops, you will learn how to celebrate Oktoberfest and German carnival and

have fun on a typical Polish wedding. All this will take place in the two breath-taking cities

Berlin and Krakow, two of the most interesting spots to be in central Europe.

Places visited

Krakow

Kraków will make you mesmerized with his one of the biggest in the world market square,

charming, small streets - where you wish to get lost, pubs filled with students and unique

polish food. The day and night mix together to connect and make the best out of your time.

During the day, Wawel castle, more than 50 museums, Jewish district, beautiful parks and

at night main square with charming lights and the vibe… vibe that will make you remember

that Krakow is proud of having the biggest quantity of pubs and clubs for a square

kilometer.

Berlin

Berlin is the capital of Germany as well as the country's largest city and a cultural melting

pot. Being one of the largest cities of Europe at the heart of the continent, Berlin has

experienced political turmoil and upheaval throughout the last century mainly due to World

War II and the subsequent division of the city by the Berlin Wall. After the reunification in

1990 the city has seen a major influx in cultural life e.g. sporting events, festivals and

exhibitions which makes it a unique place holding possibilities for everyone.

Wroclaw

Wroclaw is the principal city of Lower Silesia, a voivodship situated in the south-western

corner of Poland, adjoining the German and Czech territories. Its population of 632,000

makes it the fourth largest city in Poland. Having absorbed Bohemian, Austrian and

Prussian influences, the city has a unique architectural and cultural make-up, symbolised

by its magnificent market square. Wrocław’s location on the Odra River, with its 12 islands,

130 bridges and riverside parks, is idyllic, and the beautifully preserved ecclesiastical

district is a treat for lovers of Gothic architecture. Wrocław's fascinating history reflects the

past of the entire Central Europe and will be the European Capital of Culture 2016.

Potsdam

Potsdam – City of palaces & parks

Potsdam is best known as the former royal seat of Prussia with a number of magnificent

parks and palaces. Prussia's splendour and glory, the legacy of Frederick I and Frederick II

(better known as Frederick the Great), a proud tradition as a seat of art and science –

Potsdam offers a spectacular wealth of culture and history.

The past 300 years have seen the transformation of Potsdam from a garrison town to one


of Europe’s most imposing royal capitals. Potsdam’s architectural masterpieces, the 17

palaces that are surrounded by an abundance of landscape gardens lining the banks of the

beautiful Havel waterscape have considerably determined Potsdam as Germany's largest

world heritage site.


Create your own world

AEGEE-Delft

From

Type

Thematic category

Theme

Cities visited

Dates

Friday, July 19th

Summer Course (SC)

Arts & Creativity

Design your own world

Delft, Rotterdam, The Hague, Amsterdam

Calendar

July

To Tuesday, July 30th

Event fee 110€

Participants 25

M T W T F S S

1 2 3 4 5 6 7

8 9 10 11 12 13 14

15 16 17 18 19 20 21

22 23 24 25 26 27 28

29 30 31

Optional fee 40€

Optional fee used for

Alternative programme

to the optional fee

Trip to Amsterdam

A cycling tour and a visit to neighbouring

villages

Event description

Map data ©2013 GIS Innovatsia, DATA+, GeoBasis-DE/BKG (©2009), Google

Learn from yesterday, enjoy today and create tomorrow.

Confirmation

Lodging

Provided meals

Course level

Teachers

Course

Timetable

Equipment

Send copy of the ticket OR pay 50% of the

fee in advance

Tents, gyms. You will need a sleeping bag

and a matress

Breakfast, dinner

Beginner

Several members from AEGEE Delft as well

as externals.

Workshops

20 hours total

everything needed is provided

Be welcome in our beautiful little city called Delft, the city of princes. Delft has played an

important part in Dutch History, where our monarchy was founded and “Delft Blue''

flourished in the golden ages. This results in a beautiful old city with canals, nowadays

conquered by students and tourists.

Join us for for an adventure through time and see how history shaped our country, how we

maintain the present and follow us into the future. Witness the innovations that will shape

Europe in the upcoming years.

During our Summer University in Delft you will visit Rotterdam, Amsterdam and The Hague,

engineering works and social projects. Of course there will be room for fun activities such

as painting, cycling and partying! We will take you on an unforgettable trip.

Contact email su13 aegee-delft.nl

After 10 fantastic days you will know how to create your own perfect world.

Website

Facebook

su13.aegee-delft.nl

https://www.facebook.com/events/250...

Pictures (click to view)

Coordinator phone 00316 146 17 885

University support

Suitable for disabled

participants

Languages used

Yes

No

English, Dutch

Activities

• Camping near the beach

• Cycling

• Visit the Dutch waterworks, Dutch parliament and the peace palace

• Visit Amsterdam, Rotterdam and The Hague

• Enjoy Dutch student- and nightlife

Ideal participant

Someone who is interesting, wants to explore, see new things and meet

new people. The ideal participant is open minded.

He/she sees our Summer University as chance to broaden his/her

horizon and to do things he/she have never done before.


Feel Europe, speak Russian!

AEGEE-Rostov-na-Donu

Type

Thematic category

Theme

Cities visited

Dates

Summer Course (SC)

History

Popularization of knowledge about Russian

culture, language, nature and European

influence on the Don region.

Rostov-on-Don, Starocherkassk, Taganrog,

Tanais, Divnomorsk, Sochi

Calendar

From

Saturday, July 20th

July

August

To

Saturday, August 3rd

Event fee 140€

M T W T F S S

1 2 3 4 5 6 7

8 9 10 11 12 13 14

M T W T F S S

1 2 3 4

5 6 7 8 9 10 11

Participants 15

15 16 17 18 19 20 21

22 23 24 25 26 27 28

29 30 31

12 13 14 15 16 17 18

19 20 21 22 23 24 25

26 27 28 29 30 31

Map data ©2013 Basarsoft, GIS Innovatsia, DATA+, Google

Optional fee 40€

Optional fee used for

Alternative programme

to the optional fee

Confirmation

Lodging

Provided meals

Course level

Teachers

Course

Timetable

Equipment

Trip to Sochi

Body art workshop on the beach, sports on

the Black Sea seaside

Send copy of the ticket OR pay 50% of the

fee in advance

Youth hostel, student dormitories, tents

Breakfast, lunch

Beginner

Soon-to-be teachers and teachers of

Russian language and history

Presentations about language and history,

some useful words and expressions,

Russian slang, Russian karaoke and

cinema, Interactive games,language quest

14 hours per week

All needed equipment and handouts are

provided

Contact email rostov.su gmail.com

Facebook

Coordinator phone +79081981567

http://www.facebook.com/groups/aege...

Event description

Who said that Russia is not Europe? We are going to disprove it! Our region is on the

border between Europe and Asia, uniting many nations and cultures! However, we’re all

united by the common Russian language and history! In addition, there are many European

influences here! Discover new and unexpected facts linking Europe with Russia! And don’t

forget that it will be imbued with unique and mysterious Russian spirit! Even you can add

your own European bit in Russian history!

We offer you an ideal mix of culture, education and of course fun activities:

• Take part in thematic workshops, feel Russian spirit and see rural traditions

• Travel through time as you discover European influences on history of our region

• Feel like an archaeologist while exploring the remnants of the Ancient Greek Civilization in

small ancient settlement Tanais

• Improve your skills in Open air debates about youth cultural diplomacy, cooperation

between European countries and the South of Russia

And after all that, which you will experience in our active cultural and educational program,

you’ll have chance to spend а couple of days discovering Russian way of having a seaside

holiday. Just imagine the sleepless nights spent camping with fellow students, looking up at

the Russian night sky and stars, with a crackling camp fire, with the sounds of guitar music

and the waves of the sea murmuring in the background. Don’t just imagine it, take part in it

with us in this summers’ adventures!

Pictures (click to view)

University support

Suitable for disabled

participants

Required special

equipment

Languages used

Yes

No

Sleeping bag, sleeping mat

Russian, English, German

Activities

1. Language course

2. Team-building trainings

3. Workshops about European and South Russian culture and history

4. Open air debates about youth cultural diplomacy, cooperation between

European countries and the South of Russia

5. Visiting monuments, historical areas

6. Workshop “How to make your family tree and find out if you have

Russian roots”

7. European cultural night

Free time:

A


• Thematic/Cultural Activities: multicultural dance workshop, photo-quest,

open-air cinema night

• Sports activities

• Fun Activities: Thematic parties, Cossack cultural events, Russian

bazaar, swimming, beach, sunbathing, night program

And all other AEGEE activities you can expect!

Ideal participant

An ideal participant is an intelligent, inquisitive, open-minded, active,

enthusiastic and team-oriented individual with a strong desire to look for

pieces of history in good company and use every opportunity to have fun!


THE DIWINE COMEDY

AEGEE-Firenze | AEGEE-Siena

Type

Thematic category

Theme

In cooperation with

Cities visited

Dates

Travel Summer University (TSU)

Arts & Creativity

Arts and Literature of Tuscany

Culture Working Group

Firenze, Scarperia, Siena, Castiglione della

Pescaia

Calendar

From

Saturday, July 20th

July

August

To

Sunday, August 4th

Event fee 190€

M T W T F S S

1 2 3 4 5 6 7

8 9 10 11 12 13 14

M T W T F S S

1 2 3 4

5 6 7 8 9 10 11

Participants 25

15 16 17 18 19 20 21

22 23 24 25 26 27 28

29 30 31

12 13 14 15 16 17 18

19 20 21 22 23 24 25

26 27 28 29 30 31

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Optional fee 40€

Event description

Optional fee used for

Alternative programme

to the optional fee

Confirmation

Lodging

Provided meals

Chianti Excursion and Lake Party and Boat

Trip

Lessions of Italian Language

Pay 100% of the fee in advance

Hostel, Gym,Country House

Breakfast, lunch

Contact email thediwinecomedysu gmail.com

Website

Facebook

http://www.aegeefirenze.it

Coordinator phone +393384017379

University support

Suitable for disabled

participants

Activities

City Tour

Required special

equipment

Languages used

https://www.facebook.com/#!/pages/A...

No

No

Sleeping Bag, Matress

Italian, English

Visit of Museums and Cultural Places

Italian Lessons

Italian Culture and Cousine Workshops

Naturalistic Excursions and Workshops

Beach Sports and Activities

Dance Lessons

Ideal participant

Open Minded

Easy Going

Italian Culture lover

Party Animal

Smiling....

Pictures (click to view)

Do you want to dive 2 weeks in the fantastic sea of culture? Do you want to walk through a

world of culture, fun, traditions, delicious food and amazing wine?.....Our Summer

University, “The DeWine Comedy” is the answer.

You will discover a new, incredible world, very close to Dante’s heaven, in our Tuscan

paradise: medieval cities, beaches, lakes and a lot of other wonders!

In Florence you’ll be inspired by Dante’s words and you’ll have the opportunity to visit the

places and meet the people of “The Divine Comedy”.

You’ll spend a week in Florence, “The cradle of the Renaissance”, the city of Michelangelo,

Giotto, Dante and many others and you’ll visit the romantic surrounding hills.

Immersed in the Tuscan countryside, you will learn how to cook traditional Italian food, and

on the edge of a charming lake, you’ll live your “midsummer night’s dream” dancing under

the moon light…But be aware!!

When the sun goes down the” devils” will come to visit you on the dance floor, making our

parties the “hell” you’re looking for!!!

The Tuscan dream does not end in Florence as you will move on to Siena, famous all over

the world for the "Palio": a horse race held in Piazza del Campo twice a year since the 16th

century.

During your stay in Siena you will visit all of its typical landmarks, experience Contrada’s

life and its traditions:the perfect opportunity to relive a medieval atmosphere in the XXI

century

You will be able to understand the “culture of wine”; in the Castle of San Gimignano,

surrounded by the tuscan countryside, you will experience wine and oil tasting……and at

night parties and tradition Tuscan barbeque.

You will wake up from your dream in the Wild Maremma, the land of “Butteri”, tradional

"Tuscan Cow Boys".

You will stay in Castiglione della Pescaia, where its sandy beaches and the blue

Mediterranean sea collide.

You will discover the Tuscan Archipelago by boat, swim, sunbathe and relax before coming

back home surrounded by the crazy Aegee staff.

What are you looking for???

Enjoy the “Bella Vita” with us!!!

Places visited

Firenze

The birthplace of the Renaissance, Firenze is possibly the most beautifully preserved and

artistically rich cities in the world. Here, artistic treasures and architectural masterpieces of

the past blend with ancient streets lined with elegant boutiques, peaceful parks, streetside

cafes offering steaming hot expresso, unforgettable dining establishments and breathtaking

views. Set in a valley on the banks of the Arno, Firenze is one of the best-known and

best-loved cities of the world. Striking buildings, treasure-filled galleries and ancient

churches attest to the nature of the Florentines to proudly display their riches for all to


enjoy.

Chiantishire and Scarperia

The Chianti area, between Florence and Siena, is one of the most beautiful countrysides in

Italy and a famous wine production area.

Scarperia is a little town close placed on the florentine hills, and its sourrounded by wild

nature and charateristic lakes

Siena

You will visit this beautiful historical town with its beautiful Duomo and its stupendous

piazza del Campo knowed around the world for being the location of the "Palio di Siena".

Castiglione della Pescaia and Maremma

Castiglione della Pescaia is a charming village in the southern coast of Tuscany. It is

located in the heart of Maremma, a wild land famous for its uncontaminated nature,

traditions and for being once the heartland of the Etruscans, a famous ancient population.

Maremma is also well-known for its crystal sea, holding small jewels such as the islands of

Giglio and Giannutri.

It awarded for its environment and the clean waters, the famous “Blu Flag


Below the Rivers, Above Sea Level Vol. IV

AEGEE-Tilburg | AEGEE-Eindhoven | AEGEE-Maastricht

Type

Thematic category

Theme

In cooperation with

Cities visited

Dates

Travel Summer University (TSU)

Environment

Cycling through the South, eco-friendly

travelling

Environmental Working Group

Tilburg, Amsterdam, Eindhoven, Roermond,

Maastricht,

Calendar

From

Sunday, July 21st

July

August

To

Sunday, August 4th

Event fee 180€

Participants 25

Optional fee 40€

Optional fee used for

Alternative programme

to the optional fee

Confirmation

Lodging

Provided meals

M T W T F S S

1 2 3 4 5 6 7

8 9 10 11 12 13 14

15 16 17 18 19 20 21 12 13 14 15 16 17 18

22 23 24 25 26 27 28 19 20 21 22 23 24 25

29 30 31

M T W T F S S

1 2 3 4

5 6 7 8 9 10 11

26 27 28 29 30 31

Transportation to and program in

Amsterdam

Outdoor activities in Tilburg

Send copy of the ticket AND pay 100% of

the fee in advance

Scouting building, church. Bring own

mattresses and sleeping bags.

Breakfast, dinner

Contact email su2013 aegee-eindhoven.nl

Website

Facebook

Coordinator phone +31612094243

University support

Suitable for disabled

participants

Activities

Languages used

Environmental workshops

AEGEE Introduction

Pink Monday

Fun fair

Blue Lake

Bicycle pimping

Cycling over 200km in total

http://www.aegee-tilburg.nl/summeru...

http://www.facebook.com/cyclingtsu2...

Yes

Amsterdam visit (optional program)

-Boat tour through canals

-Red light district tour

University tour

European Night

Outdoor games tournament

Eco-farm

Historical Open-air Museum

Pub crawl

Crazy 88 tournament

Limburgish Night

Suitable for:

-Deaf participants.

-Motorically disabled participants not on a

wheelchair.

English, Dutch

Map data ©2013 GIS Innovatsia, DATA+, GeoBasis-DE/BKG (©2009), Google

Event description

Travelling through the lowlands on a bicycle, while visiting the best places the south of the

Netherlands has to offer, and learning what you can do to save the environment. That’s

what it is all about in our Travelling Summer University!

We will start in Tilburg, where the largest funfair of the Netherlands is about to begin,

accompanied by Pink Monday. From Tilburg we will also make a day trip to our capital

Amsterdam by train, the worldwide known city of canals, museums, coffee shops and the

red light district.

After that, we hope you are in good shape, because we will travel to Eindhoven like Dutch

people do: by bicycle! In Eindhoven, the largest city of the Southern Netherlands, you will

find out what the “smartest region of the world” has to offer you! We will visit an eco-farm,

explore the “city of light” and see one of the longest pub streets: Stratumseind.

After that, we hop on our bikes again, the journey down south continues! We will see the

countryside of Limburg, the southernmost province of the Netherlands, and reach the first

hills in our otherwise flat country. After exploring the city of Roermond, we will end up in the

capital of Limburg; Maastricht. In this beautiful city, split up in two by the river Maas

(Meuse), we will decent deep into the earth, to see the caves, which are actually stone

mines. Here we shall conclude a hopefully awesome Travel Summer University!

You will be spending a lot of time on a bicycle, but don’t worry; you’ll grow to love it! And

you will have plenty of time to get to know people, look around and fully enjoy the

experience!

Places visited

Tilburg

Historically mostly known for its textile industry, now known as a modern city. Apart from its

renowned music venue 013, it is also known for its exuberant funfair. The city is surrounded

by beautiful nature like the Loonse and Drunense Duinen.

Amsterdam

The Dutch capital Amsterdam is popular by tourists all over the world. Notorious for its red

light district and its abundance of coffee shops, it is also famous for its many canals and

museums. This multicultural city is one of the most diverse in the world.

Eindhoven

Eindhoven is the biggest city of the southern Netherlands. In the Dutch “city of light”, most

famous for the Philips Company and its football club PSV, you can still taste the culture of a

village. Furthermore is it known for its lively cultural scene and longest pub street

“Stratumseind”. In 2011, Eindhoven was named the “Smartest Region in the World” by the

Intelligent Community Forum.

Roermond

Roermond is a small city, but it has an extensive city center, that has been elected the best


Discover Limburgish landscape by bicycle

Maastricht caves

Natural History Museum

Water cycling

Waste Water facility

of the Netherlands in 2009. Apart from the city center, it has an Outlet Center, Retail Park

and a boulevard of furniture stores. Therefore, it is visited by people all over the

(international) region for all kinds of shopping needs. It is also surrounded by lots of small

lakes in the river “Maas”, creating popular spots for water sports and boats. It also has a

rich history as a Hanseatic city, which is nowadays still visible.

Ideal participant

Our ideal participant wants to have an awesome summer! Also, he or she

is active, can ride a bike, has a positive attitude, and loves to have fun!

The ideal participant is concerned about our ecosystem and is eager to

learn, act accordingly and make an impact!

Pictures (click to view)

Maastricht

Maastricht is one of the oldest cities of the Netherlands, and is even part of the Most

Ancient European Towns Network. It is known as a city of history, culture, folklore and

education. It has a variety of museums, picturesque squares, romantic streets and

historical buildings. Its city center is a great place for shopping. It is also the place of birth

for André Rieu, founder and conductor of the world famous modern classical Johann

Strauss Orchestra. It is of course also the city where the Maastricht Treaty is signed.


The HungaRomanian Adventure

AEGEE-Debrecen | AEGEE-Sibiu

Type

Thematic category

Theme

Cities visited

Dates

Travel Summer University (TSU)

History

Hungarian & Romanian culture

Debrecen, Sibiu, Hortobágy, Miskolc, Tokaj

Calendar

From

Sunday, July 21st

July

August

To Sunday, August 4th

Event fee 180€

Participants 25

M T W T F S S

1 2 3 4 5 6 7

8 9 10 11 12 13 14

15 16 17 18 19 20 21

22 23 24 25 26 27 28

29 30 31

M T W T F S S

1 2 3 4

5 6 7 8 9 10 11

12 13 14 15 16 17 18

19 20 21 22 23 24 25

26 27 28 29 30 31

Optional fee 40€

Map data ©2013 Basarsoft, GIS Innovatsia, DATA+, GeoBasis-DE/BKG (©2009), Google

Optional fee used for

Miskolctapolca cave bath entrance fee, wine

and pálinka tasting

Event description

Alternative programme

to the optional fee

Confirmation

Lodging

Provided meals

Visit to the wine museum of Tokaj and to

one of the tea houses

Pay 50% of the fee in advance

Gym

Breakfast, lunch

Contact email su2013 aegee-debrecen.hu

Website

Facebook

Coordinator phone +36 70 379 4267

University support

Suitable for disabled

participants

Activities

Languages used

http://www.aegee-debrecen.hu/su2013

http://www.facebook.com/TheHungaRom...

No

No

English

- visiting the cities: Debrecen, Sibiu, Hortobágy, Miskolc, and Tokaj

- as well as attractions such as the Great Calvinist Church of Debrecen,

the Open air village museum of Sibiu, the Hortobágy Bridge Fair, the

Cave Bath of Miskolctapolca and the Diósgyőr castle

- cultural sessions and workshops

- cooking competition

- wine & pálinka tasting

- kayaking on the river Tisza

Ideal participant

- is in for the challenge of the HungaRomanian Adventure

- knows what real AEGEE spirit means

- wants to spend 2 amazing weeks in 2 culturally exciting countries

Pictures (click to view)

Since no Hungarians like to be the subject of “funny” jokes saying that all Hungarians

should be hungry, we invite you all to experience our gastronomic and cultural paradise.

We hope to be able to prove that leaving the region’s cuisine and touristic attractions

untried could be a terrible loss for you. Thus you will also have the chance to try the next

best thing – an enchanting Transylvanian flavor.

AEGEE-Debrecen and AEGEE-Sibiu are proud to offer you this unique chance to get

familiar with our surroundings. Upon participating in our Traveling Summer University you

will have the opportunity to get acquainted with the local spirit.

Find out what true Central-Eastern-European hospitality means and come taste Hungarian

and Romanian culture. Get to know why so many people gets mesmerized by Tokaj wine

and pálinka, try our traditional folk dances and handicrafts and then refresh yourself a bit in

our famous spas.

Places visited

Debrecen

Visit Hungary’s second largest city which gives home to several significant cultural,

religious and sport events in all seasons of the year. Our participants will have the

opportunity to discover the hottest spots of this city, such as the Great Calvinist Church, the

University of Debrecen and the Tanner’s House.

Sibiu

Visit a town filled with culture and get a taste of the medieval times by walking on the

narrow streets and seeing the beautiful towers. This is the place to relax and have fun at

the same time. The European Capital of Culture in 2007, Sibiu, is a must see this summer!

It's located in the heart of Transylvania, surrounded by mountains and the ASTRA

museum, just near Sibiu is the second largest open air museum in Europe.

Hortobágy

We are going to take you to the Puszta, to the endless Great Plain of Hungary which is a

World Heritage sight since 1999. The visitors of this magical place will be able to observe

typical Hungarian species in their natural environment and take part in the cavalcade of the

Hortobágy Bridge Fair.

Miskolc

The capital of Northeastern Hungary is situated in the valley of the Sajó river, among the


peaks of the Bükk mountain range, offering you the ultimate program of an adventurous

weekend, ranging from the visit of the Diósgyőr castle to spending a relaxing afternoon in

the outstanding cave bath of Miskolctapolca.

Tokaj

The fatherland of the world-famous Tokaj wine is located at the meeting point of the Tisza

and the Bodrog rivers. Some lucky AEGEEans will be granted the possibility to explore the

natural beauty of this place as well as to reveal the secret of its wine production’s success.


Into the wild

AEGEE-Ljubljana

Type

Thematic category

Theme

In cooperation with

Cities visited

Dates

Summer Course (SC)

Sports

Survive summer in nature

Sports Working Group

Ljubljana, Bohinj, Bled

Calendar

From

Monday, July 22nd

July

August

To

Saturday, August 3rd

Event fee 120€

Participants 35

Optional fee 40€

Optional fee used for

Alternative programme

to the optional fee

Rafting

M T W T F S S

1 2 3 4 5 6 7

8 9 10 11 12 13 14

15 16 17 18 19 20 21

22 23 24 25 26 27 28

29 30 31

Hiking and swimming

M T W T F S S

1 2 3 4

5 6 7 8 9 10 11

12 13 14 15 16 17 18

19 20 21 22 23 24 25

26 27 28 29 30 31

Map data ©2013 Basarsoft, GIS Innovatsia, DATA+, GeoBasis-DE/BKG (©2009), Google, basado en

BCN IGN España

Event description

Everyone can talk the talk but can YOU walk the walk? Do you have what it takes? Do you

believe nature has it way of supplying us with all we need? Do you want to try it out?

Confirmation

Lodging

Provided meals

Course level

Teachers

Course

Send copy of the ticket OR pay 50% of the

fee in advance

Gym and tents

Breakfast, dinner

Beginner

experienced scouts and AEGEE members,

the organizing team

Lectures and workshops in Ljubljana - you

will get all the theoretical knowledge how to

survive in nature, which you will put in

practice in Bohinj

AEGEE-Ljubljana's 'Into the Wild' SU offers you just that. The opportunity to test your

stamina, your stubbornness and your dedication to reconnect with the nature. To learn,

master and achieve. We will offer you 6 days of our pocket-capital and 6 days of nature to

test your spirit. Theory first, practice later. Learn about survival and orientation in the

wilderness through sun, moon and stars, martial arts and street self-defence, archery,

scout skills and much more!

We will start our SU journey in the capital of Slovenia, Ljubljana. You will have the chance

to get to know it’s rich history and colourful nightlife. Prepare yourself for trainings of

survival in wilderness, self-defence and orientation skills during the day, and rocking the

best Ljubljana’s clubs every night!

Timetable

Equipment

10h per week, 20h in total

All the equipment wil be provided

Contact email incoming aegee-ljubljana.org

Website

Facebook

Coordinator phone +386 40 398 029

University support

Suitable for disabled

participants

http://www.aegee-ljubljana.org/su20...

http://www.facebook.com/events/4280...

No

No

From the fun and sweet Ljubljana we will head to outer regions of Slovenia, to Gorenjska, a

wonderful place to test all your survival skills that you have gained during the trainings in

Ljubljana. You will have the chance to put your orientation skills into practice and see what

you are made of. This will also be the time to test your adventure spirit - you’ll have a

chance to go white water rafting in one of the nicest rivers in the region.

The combination of active adrenaline sports and survivor skills, rafting, canoeing, enjoying

the nature and meeting new people from all walks of life. Perfect fusion of nature, sports,

party, adrenalin and fun! We offer you just that … but do YOU have what it takes?

Pictures (click to view)

Required special

equipment

mattress, sleeping bag, trekking shoes,

swimsuit, positive energy ;)

Languages used

English

Activities

hiking, canoeing, martial arts, archery, swimming, rafting

Ideal participant

Sports loving, adventurous, wild, open minded, not afraid of extreme

situations, not afraid to step out of his/ her comfort zone, green oriented

and interested in new and different!


Moldavian Traddictons

AEGEE-Iaşi | AEGEE-Chişinău

Type

Thematic category

Theme

Cities visited

Dates

Travel Summer University (TSU)

Other

Traditional Culture - bridging countries and

youth

Chisinau, Tiraspol, Orhei, Iasi, Targu Neamt,

Vatra Dornei, Suceava

Calendar

From

Monday, July 22nd

July

August

To

Monday, August 5th

Event fee 180€

Participants 40

Optional fee 40€

Optional fee used for

Confirmation

Lodging

Provided meals

M T W T F S S

1 2 3 4 5 6 7

8 9 10 11 12 13 14

15 16 17 18 19 20 21 12 13 14 15 16 17 18

22 23 24 25 26 27 28 19 20 21 22 23 24 25

29 30 31

M T W T F S S

1 2 3 4

5 6 7 8 9 10 11

26 27 28 29 30 31

Entrance to Milestii Mici, Horse Riding,

Rafting

Send copy of the ticket AND pay 50% of the

fee in advance

Gym, Student dormitories, tents

Breakfast, lunch

Contact email moldavian.traddictions gmail.com

Website

Facebook

Coordinator phone 0040742576911

University support

Suitable for disabled

participants

Activities

Required special

equipment

Languages used

http://moldaviantraddictions.wordpr...

https://www.facebook.com/pages/Mold...

Yes

No

sleeping bag, matress, tent

English

- seminaries on Eastern Partnership;

- traditional dance courses;

- handicrafts workshops: carpentry, pottery, weaving, basketry;

- sightseeing;

- farming;

- traditional, bio food production;

- wine tasting;

- visit to museums;

- karaoke;

- hay reek building;

- archery;

- kite flying;

- horse riding;

- barbecue;

- hiking;

- rapel;

- zip line;

- rafting;

- camp fire;

- city-tour, city quest;

- visit to 5 UNESCO monuments;

- visit to 2 citadels;

Map data ©2013 Basarsoft, GIS Innovatsia, DATA+, GeoBasis-DE/BKG (©2009), Google

Event description

We are all crazy and sick of the modern way of living, the hurry, the superficiality, the

exaggerated materialism, the lack of meaning in our lives. Well, this summer, AEGEE-

Chisinau and AEGEE-Iasi will drive you back in time, closer to our roots. We will

experience together a world that hasn't changed from centuries ago, a world of living

traditions, a world of profound connection to the nature, spirituality and old beliefs, many

dating since before Christianity.

You won’t be just a spectator, you will participate in the making of diverse handicrafts like

pottery, carpentry, basketry, weaving and you will learn the secret of the Moldavian

traditional dances, music, cuisine and all the little things that the peasants produce in their

own households and farms. You will be convinced about their simple and sustainable way

of living, consuming what they produce and maybe that’s why they are such warm and

welcoming hosts; this will transform our TSU in a very green one. You will also enjoy

spectacular landscapes and unique cultural monuments, like Orheiul Vechi, Bucovina

UNESCO monasteries, and more. You really won’t have time to get bored as there are

many activities waiting for you.

We will travel more than a thousand kilometres to show you how this traditional culture is

creating connections between countries and communities and you will decide yourself if the

Rep. of Moldova belongs or not to the big European family. We will travel through space

but also through time, because Moldova (the Rep. of Moldova and the Romanian part of

Moldova) is still a place where history and legend merge together.

Surely you heard the song “Back to USSR”. Well, we are going to make it reality! A step

back in time to the soviet era awaits all who venture across the disputed border of the

breakaway territory, Transnistria, where you will be greeted with rows of grey housing

blocs, statues of Lenin, soviet style monuments, streets named after Karl Marx and more

hammers than you could shake a sickle at.

This will be a wonderful TSU where old and new will collide because we will also spend

some interesting time in the cities of Chisinau and Iasi, we will party a lot and we will enjoy

some more modern sports and fun memorable activities like rafting, zip line, kite flying and

more.

Come and explore with us our realm of living traditions, come as a traveler and leave as a

friend! :)

Places visited

Chisinau

The capital of Rep. of Moldova, it is considered to be one of the greenest cities in Europe.

There are many parks in the city and the trees are placed on almost every street.

Monuments, museums, and other touristical attractions wait to be seen in the city.

Chisinau's nightlife is very lively and one of the main draws to the city, we will surely enjoy it

A


Ideal participant

Our ideal participant is an active, curious and friendly young person,

looking for adventure and fun and wishing to know more about the

sustainable, traditional and joyfull way of living of moldavian countryside,

a person who wants to know more about Moldova's history and culture.

Pictures (click to view)

in our TSU.

Tiraspol

It is the second largest city in Moldova and is the capital and administrative centre of the

unrecognized Pridnestrovian Moldavian Republic (Transnistria). Many consider Transnistria

an area where time stopped more than 20 years ago, in the soviet era.

Iasi

It was the capital of historic Moldova between 1564 and 1859. Famous in Romania and

also regionally for it's romantic air and rich cultural history it was also called since the

creation of modern Romania, the cultural capital of Romania. Most of Romania's classic

artists, poets, writers lived in this beautiful city and it is today one of the hotest spots for

cultural and artistic expression. The Universities here are the top universities in Romania

and well known outside the borders. Just a simple walk on Steven the Great Bd., Copou

Bd. will make our time in Iasi unforgetable.

Neamt County

Neamț county is known as the region with the most monasteries to be found per square

kilometer in the world. In the western part, there are mountains, the Eastern Carpathians,

with heights of over 1800m and the impressive peak of Mount Ceahlău that offers

impressive sights. The county is host to two of Romania's 9 national parks: Ceahlău Massif

and Vânători-Neamț Natural Park. A place where nature and the countryside offers

amazing sceneries and abundant biodiversity.

Suceava County

Also known as Bucovina, the county has an impressive history and concentrates a huge

number of cultural and natural monuments. Like the Neamt county, it is famos for it's

touristical resorts and the living traditions, most of the population living in rural areas. It is

one of the top touristical attractions in Romania.


Do the hippy hippy shake!

AEGEE-Heraklio

Type

Thematic category

Theme

Cities visited

Dates

Summer Course (SC)

Arts & Creativity

From hippy to philosopher, learn the culture

and history of Crete in a fun interactive way!

Heraklion, Rethymnon, Matala, Spinalonga

Calendar

From

Monday, July 22nd

July

August

To Friday, August 2nd

Event fee 110€

Participants 15

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8 9 10 11 12 13 14

15 16 17 18 19 20 21

22 23 24 25 26 27 28

29 30 31

M T W T F S S

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12 13 14 15 16 17 18

19 20 21 22 23 24 25

26 27 28 29 30 31

Optional fee 40€

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Optional fee used for

Cruise to Spinalonga

Event description

Alternative programme

to the optional fee

Confirmation

Lodging

Provided meals

Course level

Beach time in Heraklio

Send copy of the ticket in advance

Camping tents - you will need to bring a

sleeping bag/mattress

Breakfast, dinner

Beginner

Do you like the sun and the beach? Do you want to spend a few days like a hippy in the

60s? Do you also want to combine that with learning history on the same spots it was

created? Then this SU is for you!

You will camp like a hippy on Matala beach, you will visit the historical places of Knossos

and Faistos, you will learn how to cook and eat cretan food on the lake of Zaros, you will

walk in the forest of Rouvas, you will learn how to speak and dance like a cretan, you will

learn local culture by playing games, you will have a cruise on the islet of Spinalonga (a

part of The World’s Cultural Heritage) and you will have a lot of fun!!!

Teachers

Course

Timetable

Equipment

University professors and teachers from

local culture groups

Out in nature, on the beach or on historical

spots

15 within the first week, 20 in total

All necessary materials will be provided

Pictures (click to view)

Contact email info aegee-heraklio.gr

Website

Facebook

http://aegee-heraklio.gr/

http://www.facebook.com/AEGEE.Herak...

Coordinator phone +306945897120

University support

Suitable for disabled

participants

Languages used

No

No

English and body language...

Activities

- Hippy experience on Matala beach (camping)

- History courses right on the spot (Faistos, Knossos)

- Games on the beach!

- Cretan dance courses

- Greek language courses

- Cooking courses

Ideal participant

One who likes to learn, to share, to have fun and above all to smile!


SUper volcano: Culture explosion!

AEGEE-Athina

Type

Thematic category

Theme

In cooperation with

Cities visited

Dates

Summer Course (SC)

Arts & Creativity

Exploring culture like a local, creating culture

like an artist, promoting culture with the

power of individual!

Culture Working Group

Athens and Santorini

Calendar

From

Monday, July 22nd

July

August

To

Monday, August 5th

Event fee 140€

Participants 30

Optional fee 40€

Optional fee used for

Alternative programme

to the optional fee

Confirmation

Lodging

Provided meals

Course level

Teachers

Course

Timetable

Equipment

M T W T F S S

1 2 3 4 5 6 7

8 9 10 11 12 13 14

15 16 17 18 19 20 21 12 13 14 15 16 17 18

22 23 24 25 26 27 28 19 20 21 22 23 24 25

29 30 31

M T W T F S S

1 2 3 4

5 6 7 8 9 10 11

26 27 28 29 30 31

funpark(Athens),boat trip to Nea

Kameni(volcano),visiting 2 Islands

Sightseeing in Santorini

Send copy of the ticket OR pay 100% of the

fee in advance

Gym and student dormitories. Sleeping bag

and mattress are necessary.

Breakfast, dinner

Beginner

AEGEE-Athina's members

Workshops, lectures and thematic tours.

14 hours per week, 28 hours in total

Laptops, projector, notebooks and pens.

Contact email suathina2013 gmail.com

Facebook

Coordinator phone (+30) 6971661842

University support

Suitable for disabled

participants

Required special

equipment

http://www.facebook.com/pages/AEGEE...

No

No

Camera

Map data ©2013 Basarsoft, GIS Innovatsia, DATA+, GeoBasis-DE/BKG (©2009), Google, Mapa GISrael,

ORION-ME

Event description

The enchanting capital of Greece and the birthplace for civilization and democracy, the city

where Pericles, Socrates, Plato, Aristotle, Herodotus, Hippocrates and Sophocles lived and

worked in fifth century. Acropolis, Parthenon, Erechteion, the ancient Agora, the ancient

temple of Hephaestus are only some of the most famous archaeological monuments in

Europe that have made the world tour causing feelings of admiration by thousands of

people. Acropolis is nominated to be one of the 7 wonders of modern world! The heart of

Athens beats in Syntagma Square with the Greek Parliament, the National Garden and

Zappeion with the Temple of Olympian Zeus! Athens is a cosmopolitan city combining with

harmony ancient with modern and east with west culture, providing with an intense and

famous nightlife and a huge variety of cultural and entertainment events!

Are you ready to visit Paradise??

To see the most popular and stunning sunset in the world?

To swim in the Red beach, into the dark blue water and under the red and black mountain?

To spend one week in the most beautiful and awarded island of Greece? Santorini is what

remains after an enormous volcanic explosion. In the west side of the island we will visit the

capital, Thera, with the traditional white Cycladic architecture houses, the ‘’Calderimia’’. In

the north side of Santorini, in Oia, we will admire the very famous houses built into the rock

and of course, the ‘’sunset of Oia’’ which is awarded as the best sunset worldwide. The

beautiful colours that gives the red calcined sun while it immersed in the sea is one of the

most spectacular picture in the world! Glorious sunsets are Santorini's claim-to-fame and

are not to be missed! Moreover, we will have the chance to come close to the volcano

crater of Santorini, called Nea Kameni and swim in the warm and sulphurous waters. We

will maake treasur hunts in the five wonderful Venetian Castles and important

archaeological sites and dance all night in the most famous clubs of Santorini, with the

intense night and cultural night. Let's find out together why the most famous poet in

Greece, Odysseas Elitis, was inspired with the beauty of this island and wrote his poem

''Ode to Santorini'' and if it's true what people claim, that all travelers should once in lifetime

visit Santorini.

Activities

Languages used

English

Pictures (click to view)

►Visiting Monuments/Historical Areas:

► Acropolis, Parthenon, Erechteion, New Acropolis Museum, Athens

Historical center, Roman Agora, Ancient Agora, Panathenaic Stadium,

Greek Parliament, the National Garden and Zappeion in Athens

►The Museum of Prehistoric Thera, Megaro Gyzi, The Mansion, Pyrgos

Ecclesiastical collection, Ancient Thera, Maritime museum of Oia, The

Agora, The Royal Stoa, The Temple of Dionysus, The Sanctuary of

Artemidoros, The Cemeteries and the Theatre in Santorini

► Thematic/Cultural Activities:

►Do it Yourself (DiY) project

►Song competition

► Milticultural Dance workshop


►Photography competition

►Multicultural cooking lessons: learn how to make mousaka and greek

salad!

►Theatrical games: act like you are in an ancient Greek theatre

►Thematic city tours in Athens and in Santorini too.

►Video making workshops and video competition at the end!

►Fun Activities:

►Thematic parties: You are going to know what ‘’glenti’’ means

►European night

►Fun park in Athens

►Frappe and Tavli workshop: Do it Like a Greek!

►Summer University awards

►Beach time and sunbathing in Red Beach, in White Beach and

generally in beautiful beaches in Santorini

►Treasurer Hunting games

Ideal participant

The ideal participant could be anyone and no one. In our SU there will be

a lot of creative thinking, brainstorming, group work and use of amateur

technical equipment(cameras). So anyone feeling qualified is ideal!


Awesome and healthy? Challenge accepted!

AEGEE-Tartu

Type

Thematic category

Theme

In cooperation with

Cities visited

Dates

Summer Course (SC)

Other

Healthy Lifestyle

Health4Youth Project

Tartu, Viljandi, Pärnu, Tallinn

Calendar

From

Tuesday, July 23rd

July

August

To

Saturday, August 3rd

Event fee 110€

Participants 20

Optional fee 40€

Optional fee used for

Alternative programme

to the optional fee

Confirmation

Lodging

Provided meals

Course level

Teachers

Course

Timetable

Equipment

M T W T F S S

1 2 3 4 5 6 7

8 9 10 11 12 13 14

15 16 17 18 19 20 21 12 13 14 15 16 17 18

22 23 24 25 26 27 28 19 20 21 22 23 24 25

29 30 31

M T W T F S S

1 2 3 4

5 6 7 8 9 10 11

26 27 28 29 30 31

canoeing trip; thermal baths and saunas;

adventure park visit

free time at the beach, swimming, shopping,

games

Send copy of the ticket AND pay 50% of the

fee in advance

Gym; sleeping bag and mattress needed

Breakfast, lunch

Beginner

Health students, members of Health4Youth

project

lectures and workshops in open-air and in

classrooms

14 hours per week, 24 hours in total

sportswear

Contact email su.tartu.2013 gmail.com

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Event description

Fun fact! Did you know that Estonia is the country with a cleanest air? Perhaps the reasons

for that are the vast and green forests, blue waters and beautiful nature, that covers the

most of the country. Nowadays in Estonia a lot of young people adopt a healthier lifestyle

and in this Summer University AEGEE-Tartu is going to show you why. Together with the

Health4Youth Project, AEGEE-Tartu will organize an amazing week full of healthy and fun

activities. We will show you that having a healthier lifestyle is actually cool and easy to

adopt. If you are looking for an active vacation for the body, mind and the soul, this is the

SU for you! So not only will you have an awesome time, you will also learn how to make

healthy improvements to your life and all that in pure Summer University style. We also

discover Estonia from the South to the North, from East to the West - we will visit 4 different

cities. Among those are Tartu, the main student city, bohemian town Viljandi, Pärnu the

Summer Capital with the beautiful far stretching beaches next to the Baltic Sea and Tallinn,

the capital and the beating heart of Estonia. Be ready to make new friends, to earn to live

more healthier, explore awesome places and mainly have the most amazing time during

this summer. Just a handful of activities will be canoeing in the national preserve of

Estonia, sauna, massage and cooking workshops, bike trip in the nature, nightly bonfire

festivities and much more!

Let’s have a glass of Terviseks (for the health)!

Facebook

http://www.facebook.com/events/1258...

Tallinn

Coordinator phone +37253404696

University support

Suitable for disabled

participants

Activities

* City tours

* Canoeing

Languages used

* Photohunt game

* Estonian Olympics

* Sauna

* Dancing traditional dances

* Massage workshop

No

No

English

* Workshops about eco foods, health

* Visiting science center AHHAA

* Biking

* Swimming, sunbathing

* Bonfire night with stars watching

* Visiting Estonian biggest FOLK music festival in Viljandi

* Estonian language workshop

Tallinn is the capital of Estonia, best known for its beautiful heart shaped Old Town. It is the

oldest city in Northen Europe, which is situated on the shore of the Gulf of Finland and

belongs to the UNESCO World Heritage list. Tallinn is a city of history, which can give you

a tour from medievals to the present.

Pärnu

Pärnu is a city in southwestern Estonia on the coast of Pärnu Bay, an inlet of the Gulf of

Riga in the Baltic Sea. It is a popular summer vacation resort with many hotels, spas,

restaurants and large golden sand beaches. The Pärnu River flows through the city and

drains into the Gulf of Riga. The enthralling nature of Pärnu County offering ample, quality

opportunities for active holidays, supplements the greenery of city parks and boulevards.

Viljandi

Founded in 1283, Viljandi is a small town filled with ancient and historic atmosphere. The

town is surrounded by beautiful nature, including Lake Viljandi lying between valleys. The

town has a breathtaking hanseatic culture, offering traditional and international events like

Viljandi FOLK music festival and Hanseatic days each year. Peace, romance and

adventure is something what everyone can find in Viljandi's culture and nature.

Tartu


Ideal participant

We are looking for active, open-minded, curious young people, who are

interested in healthy lifestyle or want to increase their knowledge about it.

If you like spending time in the nature and have an active lifestyle with a

piece of Estonian fun in it, this SU is just for you!

Tartu is the second largest city in Estonia, known as the capital of the kissing students. It is

situated in the south of Estonia beside the river called Emajõgi. Every year thousands of

freshmen come to this city to start a new chapter in their life, which fills the streets with

hope, fun and student romance.

Pictures (click to view)


Expand Your Boundaries

AEGEE-Amsterdam

Type

Thematic category

Theme

In cooperation with

Cities visited

Dates

Summer Course (SC)

Other

Challenge yourself in the city of tolerance, in

specific on gay rights and acceptability.

Policy Officer of Social Inclusion, in specific

on LGBT rights

Amsterdam

Calendar

From

Thursday, July 25th

July

August

To Monday, August 5th

Event fee 150€

Participants 25

Confirmation

Lodging

Provided meals

Course level

Teachers

Course

M T W T F S S

1 2 3 4 5 6 7

8 9 10 11 12 13 14

15 16 17 18 19 20 21 12 13 14 15 16 17 18

22 23 24 25 26 27 28 19 20 21 22 23 24 25

29 30 31

M T W T F S S

1 2 3 4

5 6 7 8 9 10 11

26 27 28 29 30 31

Send copy of the ticket AND pay 100% of

the fee in advance

Student dormitories and farm. Students will

need to bring matrasses.

Breakfast, dinner

Intermediate

The courses will be given by the organizers.

Possibly also by the gay student

organisation of Amsterdam and by policy

officer Eline de Graaf, but this is not for sure

yet.

They will be given introduced by

presentation and followed by discussion and

debate. The aim is that they are interactive;

participants should share their own

experiences and the situation of the subjects

discussed in their own country.

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Event description

Welcome to the city of tolerance! This year, the city that is known for it's acceptability on

drugs, gay acceptability, gender and race wants to challenge you!

AEGEE-Amsterdam will challenge you to become more daring, more adventurous and

more open-minded! A programme that will be filled with games that keep you on your toes

and that will challenge the competitive spirit within you. We will spend a couple of days on a

farm outside the city centre. We won't travel by bus or by train... no, we will travel like the

brave and adventurous minds do: we will hitchhike! We will get down with nature and

challenge ourselves outdoors.

We will discuss, debate and experience the tolerance Amsterdam is known for. In specific

we will focus on gay rights and acceptability. Even in the 'gay capitol of the world' there are

issues to be discussed. Share with us the gay rights and tolerence of your own city. The

highlight of the week will be the huge festivities on August 4th when the Gay Canal Parade

2013 will take place. The city will be pink, proud and turned upside down!

Timetable

Equipment

- 14 hours per week - 28 hours in total

We provide discussion rooms, a

presentation screen and notebooks / pencils

for participants.

Contact email amsterdam.su gmail.com

Coordinator phone +320252496

University support

Suitable for disabled

participants

Languages used

No

No

English

Sneak peak into the programme:

- Cycling tour

- City tour by day, Red Light District tour by night

- Pub crawl at reguliersdwarsstraat (famous street with lot's of gay bars!)

- City rally, photofrenzy and more challenging games!

- Outdoor activities at the farm

- Canal cruise

- Visit to the Gay Parade

- Drugs course and gay acceptability course

Pictures (click to view)

Activities

- Cycling tour

- City tour by day

- Red Light District tour by night

- Pub crawl at reguliersdwarsstraat

- City rally game

- photofrenzy game

- Outdoor activities and games at the farm

- Canal cruise

- Visit to the Gay Parade

- Drugs course

- Gay acceptability course / debate

- Language course

- Picknick at vondelpark


- Hitchhike to farm

Ideal participant

Is outgoing, enthusiastic and (wants to become more?) open-minded.

The participant should be interested in the subjects we want to discuss

and should be open for new experiences and challenges.


Napocalypse Now

AEGEE-Napoli

Type

Thematic category

Theme

In cooperation with

Cities visited

Dates

Summer Course (SC)

History

Let's PLAY the WAR against prejudices

Libera

Napes, Salerno, Caserta, Amalfi, Sorrento,

Positano and so on

Calendar

From

Thursday, July 25th

July

August

To

Thursday, August 8th

Event fee 140€

M T W T F S S

1 2 3 4 5 6 7

8 9 10 11 12 13 14

M T W T F S S

1 2 3 4

5 6 7 8 9 10 11

Participants 35

15 16 17 18 19 20 21

22 23 24 25 26 27 28

29 30 31

12 13 14 15 16 17 18

19 20 21 22 23 24 25

26 27 28 29 30 31

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España

Optional fee 30€

Event description

Optional fee used for

Alternative programme

to the optional fee

Confirmation

Lodging

Provided meals

Course level

Teachers

Caserta

Capri

Pay 50% of the fee in advance

Gym, Youth Hostel, student dormitories

Breakfast, dinner

Intermediate

Members of our antenna, other cultural

associations of Naples, the guides "Libera"

"We are the hollow men

We are the stuffed men

Leaning together

Headpiece filled with straw. Alas!"

Attention Soldier! This is Colonel AEGEE-Napoli speaking!

This summer let's break down the prejudices together!

Is Napoli just pizza AND MANDOLINO?

Do you think we've got only pasta AND GOMORRAH?

Course

Timetable

Equipment

Interactive Workshops and Debates

10 hours per week and 20 hours in total

T shirts for different Teams, movies and our

craziness

Contact email napocalypsenow2013 gmail.com

Website

Facebook

http://www.aegee-napoli.org/

Coordinator phone 00393291975281

University support

Suitable for disabled

participants

Activities

Required special

equipment

Languages used

- Napolitan Culture WS

http://www.facebook.com/Napocalypse...

No

No

- Meeting with Libera Association

- Seaside

- Treasure Haunting

Happiness

Italian, English, Spanish

- Napolitan Gestures' Language "Newpolitano"

- WS "It's not only GOOD, it's amazing Napoli FOOD"

- Hiking

- Prejudments of Europe WS

- Interview to Napoli's People

- Visit Naples, the coasts ( Amalfi and Sorrento), Caserta, Salerno and so

on

- Our Camorra wars (splash water balloons)

Come here to fight against the stereotypes and discover the true Napoli! The Art, Culture,

History of our city, wonderful ancient monuments, breathtaking landscapes and tasty Italian

food.

Our TARGET is to show you how warm, happy and humble can be Napoli and its people,

and PLAY, together, our WAR against the bad marks.

You will breathe a huge air of positivity, we WANT YOU TO LAUGH WITH US LIKE

PULCINELLA!

At the same time, you'll get the chance to watch important movies and documentaries

dealing with the serious, but not boring, part of our SU: the dark side of Napoli (“if you know

your enemies and know yourself, you will not be imperiled in a hundred battles”, Sun-Tsu).

You'll live hard our life style (and food style as well, with our specialities), till discovering the

most pleasant side of the city and its surroundings.

The contribution that YOUR different culture and nations will give Naples will be very

interesting and will create a real passionate feeling inside every member of this Summer

University.

Anyway, we will interact and create a dynamic program, where you'll be able to feel active

and HAVE FUN.

Don't forget that Napoli is the best city to spend your Summertimeeee. We'll need a lot of

parties to forget all these prejudices .....

So don't be hollow!

Get Ready and See U Soon Soldier...

Pictures (click to view)


- Photo contest

- Aegee Napoli in the history of Naples (with former presidents)

Ideal participant

Crazy and openminded, funny and ready to compare itself with a new

reality.

A


AEGEE-Caesar vol. II

AEGEE-Roma | AEGEE-Padova | AEGEE-Udine

Type

Thematic category

Theme

Cities visited

Dates

Travel Summer University (TSU)

Arts & Creativity

Join Julius Caesar’s journey through

centuries and discover Italy, from the

inheritance of Roman Empire to the cultural

aspects of nowadays regions

Roma, Ostia, Padua, Venice, Udine,

Aquileia, Gemona, Lignano, Cividale

Calendar

From

Thursday, July 25th

July

August

To

Thursday, August 8th

Event fee 180€

Participants 25

Optional fee 40€

M T W T F S S

1 2 3 4 5 6 7

8 9 10 11 12 13 14

15 16 17 18 19 20 21 12 13 14 15 16 17 18

22 23 24 25 26 27 28 19 20 21 22 23 24 25

29 30 31

Optional fee used for Spa (1), Aqua park (2)

Alternative programme

to the optional fee

Confirmation

Lodging

Provided meals

M T W T F S S

1 2 3 4

5 6 7 8 9 10 11

26 27 28 29 30 31

Sightseeing, Sunbathing, Shopping

Pay 100% of the fee in advance

Gym, Hostel, Student dormitory

Breakfast, dinner

Contact email aegee.caesar gmail.com

Website

Facebook

Coordinator phone +39-3208070321

University support

Suitable for disabled

participants

Activities

Languages used

Cultural sightseeing

Archaeological visits

Italian history

http://aegeecaesar.wordpress.com/

http://www.facebook.com/events/5726...

Yes

No

culture and language workshops

Wine and food tasting

Sunbathing

Ideal participant

English, Italian

The ideal participant has to bring happiness, has to be energetic, funny

and open-minded, needs to be interested in the theme and tireless to

attend all the program/activities.

Pictures (click to view)

Map data ©2013 Basarsoft, GIS Innovatsia, DATA+, GeoBasis-DE/BKG (©2009), Google, Mapa GISrael,

ORION-ME, basado en BCN IGN España

Event description

The news that everybody was waiting for: AEGEE-Roma, AEGEE-Padova and

AEGEE-Udine join again their forces to organize the vol. II of the TSU AEGEE-Caesar! We

want to bring Julius Caesar back to life and under his leadership conquer again the Italian

peninsula to restore the ancient roman empire!

First we have to free Rome and settle our capital city there. Then we’ll move to the west

coast because we need to have the control over the maritime trade in the Tyrrhenian Sea.

So we decided to establish a port in Ostia and since our troops will need some rest we are

taking a day off at the seaside!

Once the center of Italy is under our domain we can move to the north toward the next

territory: Padua. There we count on the help of the Aperol spritz nectar (the typical aperitif

of Padua) to defeat the local army! We might also ask advice to the genius of Galileo: he

could help us with his deep knowledge of geography and astrology. But the region is not

yet taken without the control of Venice: city of narrow streets and bridges, old palaces and

churches, canals and gondolas, love, carnival, handmade glass art and many other hidden

secrets. As a reward to our valorous legionaries we will spend some hours in one of our

beloved roman spa!

Of course, we imagine that Caesar at this point might be disoriented for the big changes

happened in more than two thousand years to his great empire, but we have already

planned cultural and language workshops to let him catch up a little bit!

The troops will then move farther up and march to Udine, but before conquering the third

antenna they first have to survive to the medieval festival in Gemona and then open a way

also to the Adriatic Sea by establishing another port in Aquileia. The last challenge will be

cross the vineyards of Cividale and take some provisions of grapes juice to be consumed

during the last battles that will take place between the beaches, the clubs and the aquatic

park of Lignano!

So, in order to make this expedition possible, we need the help of 25 participants interested

in Italian history and culture and strong enough to resist to this epic travel and to the

triumphal parties after each successful battle! Join us, throw the dice with Caesar and be

part of the legend: it is your chance to become a hero!

Places visited

Rome

According to the legend Rome was founded by Romolo, descending nephew of Enea, the

Troian hero. Since the beginning Rome has been a meeting point for different cultures,

capital of the Empire that reunited East and West. Here you can enjoy in each corner some

evidence of past ages: Classical Age, Middle Age, Renaissance and Modern Age. Walking

through Rome is the same of time travelling! Let’s discover together the true atmosphere of

the “Caput Mundi” city!

Padua

“Padova is the city of the saint without a name (S. Antonio), the bar without doors

(Pedrocchi) and the square without grass (Prato della Valle)”. But what does it mean? We

will tell you in Padua where you will see all these sights and even much more! You can


discover the 12th century university, the oldest in Europe after the Alma Mater in Bologna,

the ancient city walls and bridges that have seen many past battles, the Specola Tower

where Galileo was used to study the sky, the ancient botanic garden, the impressive

Palazzo della Ragione!

Venice

There’s no need to describe Venice! Just a little fact that maybe not everybody know:

before being worldwide known as the city of love and culture, it originally was a little village

built in the middle of the marshes in order to avoid barbarian raids.

Udine

Udine is in the heart of the Friuli Venezia Giulia region and thanks to its border position with

Austria and Slovenia, it was the pathway to Italy for all barbarian tribes and armies

throughout centuries, and that is also the reason for its great cultural diversity. One of its

peculiarity is its dialect: Friulano is a language spoken only in the province of Udine. In

Udine we will see the inheritance of the Republic of Venice and also the famous Castel: a

legend wants it to be built for Attila, kings of the Huns, in order to see Aquileia burning from

a high observation point.

Aquileia - Gemona del Friuli - Cividale del Friuli

Aquileia

Aquileia was the second most important Roman colony thanks to its strategic position.

There are different Roman ruins and an archaeological museum. Besides that, there is also

an important basilica with amazing late antique mosaics.

Gemona del Friuli

The town occupies a key point on the road from Italy to Austria and it was for long time an

important part of the Republic of Venice. There are also traces of Celtic occupation of the

4th century BC. The present town is medieval in origin but was badly damaged in the 1976

Friuli earthquake.

Cividale del Friuli

It was founded by Julius Caesar and its ancient name “Forum Iulii” gives also the name to

the actual region of Friuli Venezia Giulia. In the 5th century it was also chosen as first

capital of the Lombard Kingdom before being annexed to the Republic of Venice in the 15th

century. It is split in two by the Natisone River, which is spanned by the impressive Devil's

Bridge. The hills that surround Cividale are famous for wine production and we’ll have the

chance to visit one of the winery and taste its typical products.


Non solo Sole XXV - Silver Edition

AEGEE-Salerno

Type

Thematic category

Theme

In cooperation with

Summer Course (SC)

Arts & Creativity

The Italian Culture through history, art,

nature, food, language, music and dancing!

Culture Working Group

Cities visited Salerno, Napoli, Paestum, Pompei, Amalfi ,

Vietri, Marina di Camerota

Dates

Calendar

From

Thursday, July 25th

July

August

To

Thursday, August 8th

Event fee 150€

Participants 30

Optional fee 40€

Optional fee used for

Alternative programme

to the optional fee

Confirmation

Lodging

Provided meals

Course level

Teachers

Course

Timetable

Equipment

M T W T F S S

1 2 3 4 5 6 7

8 9 10 11 12 13 14

15 16 17 18 19 20 21 12 13 14 15 16 17 18

22 23 24 25 26 27 28 19 20 21 22 23 24 25

29 30 31

Visit to Capri

Beach and sea

M T W T F S S

1 2 3 4

5 6 7 8 9 10 11

26 27 28 29 30 31

Send copy of the ticket OR pay 0% of the

fee in advance

Youth Hostel, Gym, Camping (partecipant

need to bring sleeping bag)

Breakfast, dinner

Beginner

AEGEE-Salerno members, Friends

The courses will be theoretical and pratical.

Twenty hours per week, ten hours in total.

Notebooks, pens, flour, music, pots.

Contact email su2013 aegeesalerno.org

Facebook

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Event description

The long tradition of a magical Summer University in the South of Italy is arrived at its 25th

edition! It is time to implemente what we have learnt throughout these years.

Beautiful places, breathtaking landscapes, history and art will be with you throughout your

stay with us in Salerno.

Do you like the Italian Culture, would you learn more about Italian life style? If your answer

is "yes" this is the Summer for you!

You will experience the real Italian spirit, taste the best food ever and have the most

exciting experiences of your life!

You will be sorrounded by friendly and warm people who will make you feel at home, we

are sure you will certainly be eager to stay longer with us.

You will gain new skills: once you are back home, you will be able to astonish your friends

by preparing them a typical Italian Lunch, because we will teach you some secrets about

Italian cooking, speaking basic Italian language, and you will make them eager to visit Italy,

as well. You will be able to dance typical and funny Italian dances and you will learn things

about Roman Empire you will never find in a book!

As you've read all the center of our Summer is YOU!

So don't think about that... just apply for Non Solo Sole 2013!

Pictures (click to view)

Coordinator phone (+39)3491816946

University support

Suitable for disabled

participants

Yes

No

Required special

equipment

Sleeping bag, mattress, sunglasses, hat,

comfortable shoes, sun cream

Languages used

English, Spanish, French, Italian

Activities

- Ice breaking games

- Italian Language basic lesson

- Sport Activities: trekking, beach games

- Typical Italian dances

- Swim in a cavern

- Cooking workshop

- Night life

Ideal participant

Easygoing, ready to get late night and wake up early, friendly,

she/he must like walking, dancing, having fun, learn more about Italian

culture, she/he must be very active and being ready to try what he/she


has never tried in his/her life.


Use your TOngue...Eat and Speak!

AEGEE-Torino

Type

Thematic category

Theme

In cooperation with

Cities visited

Dates

Summer Course (SC)

Language

Discover italian language through our typical

features!

Language Working Group

Torino, Alba, Avigliana (lake trip), Finale

Ligure (seaside)

Calendar

From

Thursday, July 25th

July

August

To Thursday, August 8th

M T W T F S S

1 2 3 4 5 6 7

Event fee 140€ 8 9 10 11 12 13 14

Participants 25

15 16 17 18 19 20 21

22 23 24 25 26 27 28

29 30 31

Optional fee 40€

Optional fee used for Trip to seaside

M T W T F S S

1 2 3 4

5 6 7 8 9 10 11

12 13 14 15 16 17 18

19 20 21 22 23 24 25

26 27 28 29 30 31

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Event description

Are you ready to experience one of the best times in your life?

Alternative programme

to the optional fee

Confirmation

Lodging

Provided meals

Italian literature workshop

Send copy of the ticket OR pay 100% of the

fee in advance

Private house with beds and mattresses.

Breakfast, lunch

Try to get the atmosphere: we will welcome you in a big private house with a lot of space,

kitchen, big party room, a big court, dormitories with comfortables beds, showers and

bathrooms.

Now imagine that our house will be in one of the biggest and most important city of Italy:

Torino.

We will spend 24h together for two weeks, we will do all our best to make you feel at home

in our city, by becoming one big family with you!

Course level

Teachers

Course

Beginner

Experienced people from AEGEE-Torino

The first part will be focused on grammar

and simple sentences, the second part of

the lesson will be focused on specific italian

culture topics, with interactive games and

videos.

Our SU is an intensive experience on all that conforms italian language, culture, history and

traditions!

You will be delighted by our gastronomy, enjoy our natural environment, a very beautiful

city close to mountains, lakes and seaside.

Discover how to have a great time in the AEGEE-Torino style!

Get ready for the most amazing two weeks of your life!

Timetable

Equipment

15 hours per week, 30 hours in total

We provide didactic material (notebooks,

pens and course materials)

Contact email aegeetoboard gmail.com

Coordinator phone (+39)3474198179

University support

No

Our program includes a wide variety of activities with a lot of special features that make us

so typical Italian and at the same time, so different to other regions of our country.

We will visit small villages and big city center, we will visit touristic hot spots and discover

secret areas off the beaten track.

With us you will not ever feel like a tourist, this is for sure!

We will do sports, bike city tour, barbecue, trip to the seaside, cook together, wine tasting in

Alba, visiting museums, visiting lakes and be ready for our exclusives parties!

Suitable for disabled

participants

No

We hope your time with us will be the best Summer of your life!

Required special

equipment

Sleeping bag, swimsuit, gym shoes, beach

towel, local drink and food

Pictures (click to view)

Languages used

English, Italian, Spanish, French.

Activities

- Italian language course

- Barbecue

- Lake visit

- Bike city tour

- Sport tournament

- Trip to seaside

- Cinema Museum

- Risorgimento Museum

- Cooking Workshop

- Wine tasting

- City Rally


- Exclusive clubs and parties

and more...

Ideal participant

The ideal participant should be sociable, friendly, cooperative, open

minded and active. We think that being lazy or not social is not part of the

AEGEE spirit! He/she should have sense of humor and must enjoy

parties!


Pushing your limits in a creative way.

AEGEE-Aachen | AEGEE-Osnabrück

Type

Thematic category

Theme

Cities visited

Dates

Summer Course (SC)

Language

Erlebe die deutsche Sprache im Rheinland

und der Friedensstadt Osnabrück und

entdecke deine kreative Ader!

Aachen, Osnabrück, Maastricht

Calendar

From

Friday, July 26th

July

August

To

Sunday, August 11th

Event fee 160€

Participants 25

Optional fee 40€

Optional fee used for

Alternative programme

to the optional fee

Confirmation

Lodging

Provided meals

Course level

M T W T F S S

1 2 3 4 5 6 7

8 9 10 11 12 13 14

15 16 17 18 19 20 21 12 13 14 15 16 17 18

22 23 24 25 26 27 28 19 20 21 22 23 24 25

29 30 31

Wakeboarding, Aachen's Spa

Boardgames, Shopping

M T W T F S S

1 2 3 4

5 6 7 8 9 10 11

26 27 28 29 30 31

Send copy of the ticket OR pay 100% of the

fee in advance

Osna: Special/AC: Private, Sleeping

Bags/Mattresses needed

Breakfast, lunch

Advanced

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España

Event description

ACT your SELF

Play your BEAT

Paint your DREAM

German is a difficult language?? Culture is only for seniors? Not with us! We are running an

advanced language course in many creative ways combined with a rich cultural program

and exiting excursions according to the motto: Act, play, paint! Please write your motivation

letter in German as we do with this description! We are really curious about your level in

German and soo much looking forward to your creative texts.

Teachers

Course

Timetable

Equipment

The lessons are held by soon-to-be teachers

with experience.

Held in German, divided in two groups

according to level of knowledge. Both

groups will improve their German by treating

different topics of their choice, e.g. German

songs, traditions, games moderated

discussions are part of the concept.

14 hours per week, 28 total

All needed equipment and handouts will be

provided.

Komm im Sommer nach Deutschland, nimm an einem Deutschkurs für Fortgeschrittene teil

und entdecke deine kreative Ader auf einem wilden Ritt durch einige der interessantesten

Städte Westeuropas! Deine SU findet in Osnabrück und Aachen statt und wird durch die

Power zweier Locals trotz Schlafentzugs ein extatischer und bunter Cocktail an neuen

Erfahrungen im Herzen Europas.

Wir bieten euch vierzehn Wochenstunden (insgesamt 28 Std.) vielfältigen

Deutschunterricht bei jungen, erfahrenen Lehrern in zwei Gruppen auf jeweils

fortgeschrittenem Niveau. Dabei lernt ihr nicht nur Grammatik und Vokabeln, sondern wir

spielen auch Theater, üben Lieder, diskutieren Themen eurer Wahl und vieles mehr!

Contact email su aegee-aachen.de

Website

Facebook

http://www.aegee-aachen.de/su

Coordinator phone (+49)173-9956429

University support

Suitable for disabled

participants

Activities

Crime Dinner

Required special

equipment

Languages used

https://www.facebook.com/groups/139...

Yes

No

Bring a carnival costume and swimming

suits

German, (English)

Excursions to the Netherlands and Belgium

City-Tours to Cologne and other cities of the area (surprise!)

Games and workshops about “Act, Play, Paint”

Visits to museums and the theater

Concerts

Treasure hunting and hiking

Fun Olympics

Pub crawls, games night, theme parties

Außerdem zeigen wir dir einige der schönsten Gegenden Westdeutschlands und Besuchen

auf Ausflügen Städte wie Köln und unsere Nachbarstaaten Belgien und die Niederlande.

Unterwegs werden wir alle Möglichkeiten nutzen, um deine Kreativität auf ganz

unterschiedliche Arten herauszufordern und nebenbei in berühmten Brauereien zu landen!

Deine SU beginnt in Osnabrück, wo lange vor unserer Zeit das römische Imperium

bezwungen werden konnte. Außerdem wurde hier im Jahr 1648 der wichtigste Frieden

Europas, der Westfälische Frieden, geschlossen.

Heute genießen die Studierenden hier das Leben in der schönen, lebendigen Innenstadt,

den Parks etc. und taumeln nachts von Bar zu Bar oder in einen der vielen Clubs.

Die zweite Woche deiner SU verbringst du in Aachen, eine der größten Studentenstädte

Deutschlands. Kaiser Karl der Große machte es sich hier auch schon gemütlich! Messe

dich mit uns in traditionellen Bier/Wurfsportarten wie „Flunkyball“ oder entdecke die

wundervolle Welt des rheinischen Karnevals auch im Sommer.

Wir freuen uns schon jetzt dir in zwei unvergesslichen Wochen die Traditionen, Kultur,

Geschichte und Lebensfreude unserer Region näher zu bringen.

Und alles unter dem Motto: Act, Play, Paint! Je kreativer desto besser!!!

Du brauchst dir keine Gedanken zu machen, wenn du ein AEGEE-Neuling bist! Während


unserer SU werden wir dir eine Einführung zu AEGEE geben und dir zeigen, dass AEGEE

nicht nur zwei unvergessliche Wochen für dich bedeuten wird, sondern auch nach deiner


Revealing your inner child

Ideal participant

Rückkehr ein toller Teil deines Lebens werden kann!

Pictures (click to view)

… ist kreativ, aktiv, voller Energie und verrückter Ideen, nie müde und

bereit, seine deutschen Träume mit uns Wirklichkeit werden zu lassen!


Opa, Dnipro Style!

AEGEE-Dnipropetrovsk

Type

Thematic category

Theme

In cooperation with

Cities visited

Dates

Summer Course (SC)

Sports

Culture and local youth lifestyle with the

stress on sports activities

Dnipropetrovsk Regional Youth Council

Dnipropetrovsk, Zaporizhzhia, Petrykivka

Calendar

From

Sunday, July 28th

July

August

To

Saturday, August 10th

Event fee 150€

M T W T F S S

1 2 3 4 5 6 7

8 9 10 11 12 13 14

M T W T F S S

1 2 3 4

5 6 7 8 9 10 11

Participants 20

15 16 17 18 19 20 21

22 23 24 25 26 27 28

29 30 31

12 13 14 15 16 17 18

19 20 21 22 23 24 25

26 27 28 29 30 31

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Confirmation

Lodging

Provided meals

Course level

Teachers

Course

Timetable

Equipment

Send copy of the ticket AND pay 50% of the

fee in advance

hostel, gym

Breakfast, dinner

Beginner

Professional and amateur trainers

Indoor and outdoor trainings, workshops.

7-10 per week and 14-16 in total

All the special equipment will be provided.

Participants need to have comfortable sports

clothes and shoes (trainers).

Contact email su aegee.dp.ua

Facebook

Coordinator phone +380675634075

University support

Suitable for disabled

participants

Activities

Required special

equipment

Languages used

http://www.facebook.com/groups/opad...

Yes

No

sleeping bag, sports shoes and clothes

English, Russian

Event description

Have you ever wondered what Dniprlp... Dnipropevtork... that city with a long ang

unpropunciable name is like? This is your chance to experience!

Let yourself discover the unknown: one of the biggest cities in Ukraine, Dnipropetrovsk,

which has been closed for visitors in USSR times as a capital of space industry, is a great

mixture of kozak history, soviet architecture, and modern and vibrant lifestyle. It is the city

of contrast with the longest embankment in Europe and the shortest underground in the

world!

If you are accepting the challenge to survive in the centre of Ukraine, get ready for even

more! Many diverse sports activities are waiting for you:

- slackline walking

- bungee jumping

- rollerblading

- beach volleyball matches

- dancing workshops

- and so much more...

Note that this Summer University will be joined by 10 Ukrainian students from other cities to

immerse you into Ukrainian culture even more!

So, get fit and ready for Dnipro style, man!

Pictures (click to view)

- slackline walking/bungee jumping/rollerblading

- beach volleyball matches

- dancing workshops

- visit to Petrykivka region

- excursion to the space centre

- city quest

Ideal participant

Creative, lively (and lovely), ready for challenges. The ideal participant

should be fit enough for sport activities.


Big Kyiv Theory

AEGEE-Kyïv

Type

Thematic category

Theme

Cities visited

Dates

Travel Summer University (TSU)

History

Theory of history + Practice of adventures

Kyiv, Odessa, Vinnytsia, Kamyanets-

Podilsk, Lviv

Calendar

From

Sunday, July 28th

July

August

To Sunday, August 11th

Event fee 180€

Participants 35

M T W T F S S

1 2 3 4 5 6 7

8 9 10 11 12 13 14

15 16 17 18 19 20 21

22 23 24 25 26 27 28

29 30 31

M T W T F S S

1 2 3 4

5 6 7 8 9 10 11

12 13 14 15 16 17 18

19 20 21 22 23 24 25

26 27 28 29 30 31

Optional fee 30€

Optional fee used for

Alternative programme

to the optional fee

Confirmation

Lodging

Provided meals

Aqua park(Kyiv/Lviv), Horse Ride, Boat night

party

Sightseeing/board games in park

Pay 50% of the fee in advance

Gym, Youth Hostel (Sleeping bag is needed)

Breakfast, dinner

Contact email Bigkyivtheory gmail.com

Coordinator phone +380930898342

University support

Suitable for disabled

participants

Activities

- AEGEE Intro

Languages used

- City tours in all cities

- City rally in Kyiv

No

No

English

- Visiting Kyiv-Pechersk Lavra (UNESCO heritage site)

- Museum of Chernobyl

- Pinchuk Art Center

- World War Museum

- Pyrogovo museum

- Pub crawling

- European cultural night

- Attending unique Odessa's places ( Arcadia)

- Museum of Kamenetsk-Podilsk Castle

- Lviv Arsenal

- Lviv's City Hall and Castle

Ideal participant

We are looking for open-minded people, who are ready of sleepless

nights and countess amazing events.

Normal nerds are not welcome.

Although, "nerds" who are quenching for adventures are more than

welcome.

Smart and nice girls (special pack is provided).

Pictures (click to view)

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Event description

Have you ever heard anything about Ukrainian history? - FORGET IT!

This summer you will have an amazing and unique opportunity to know the true story of

Ukraine's theory by AEGEE-Kyiv.

We are going to shed the light on the popular stereotypes about country and citizens by

guiding you through 5 beautiful cities.

So, if you are looking for more than the sea, sun and fun, but also combination of extremely

awesome city rally, useful work-shops, unforgettable parties and legends of 5 cities, this

TSU is just for you!

Do not miss the chance to become the part of Ukrainian history!

Places visited

Kyiv

Charming Kyiv is not only the capital and the largest city, but also the place where ancient

buildings are combined with new ones and where visitors from all over the world are

amazed by friendly and open-minded citizens. Kyiv was the historic cultural centre of the

East Slavic civilization and a major cradle for the Christianization of Kievan Rus'. Moreover,

famous historical architecture complexes such as the St. Sophia Cathedral and the Kiev

Pechersk Lavra (Monastery of the Caves) are recognized by UNESCO as a World Heritage

Site. One more reason why it worth visiting is the numerous quantity of places from

hanging out with friends all day, all night!

Odessa

Odessa is a major seaport located on the northwestern shore of the Black Sea. But it is

prominent for not only beaches and sunny weather. The unique and unpredictable temper

of its citizens is extremely fun. The unforgettable Odessa Opera and Ballet Theater, the

famous Deribasovskaya Street, monuments dedicated to Catherine the Great and visiting

its huge outdoor market, the Seventh-Kilometer Market, the largest market of its kind in

Europe is a must as you will not find it anywhere else! What is more, Potemkin Steps

Odessa’s most iconic symbol, will guide you to the sea port and beautiful view.

Vinnytsia

Vinnytsia is unknown city for the majority of visitors, but it worth seeing! Can you believe,

that this small but very nice city has Tramway network which is the part of the public

transportation system that since 1913. What is more, it is the only network in Ukraine with

free WI-FI. Vinnytsia also is famous for the biggest in Europe dancing fountain and

chocolate factory which produces delicious sweets for Ukraine and its neighbors.

Kamenetsk-Podilsk

Kamyanets-Podilsky is one of the most ancient cities on the Smotrych River in western

Ukraine. Only one famous historical place of more than 200 - Kamyanets-Podilsky Castle -

attracts visitors all over the world. From the early 1914 it is the place where movies were

shot and the beautiful castle became a well-known and loved place of many tourists. It is

also the favorite place of street fire, ancient festivals’ fans as during them the spirit of the

AA


Ukrainian history is everywhere.

Lviv

Lviv is the last but no the least place you should visit while being in Ukraine. It is the capital

of the historical region of Galicia and now is regarded as one of the main cultural centres of

today's Ukraine. Tasty smell of coffee and chocolate, cobblestone roads and old buildings

which are combined with unique and surprising restaurants and pubs and all this dressed

with the history – you will get it all in August.

A


Rock You Like A HurUkraine

AEGEE-Ivano-Frankivsk

Type

Thematic category

Theme

Cities visited

Dates

Summer Course (SC)

Language

Exploring cultural and wild corners of

Western Ukraine

Lviv, Slavske, Ivano-Frankivsk, Yaremche

Calendar

From

Monday, July 29th

July

August

To Friday, August 9th

Event fee 110€

Participants 20

M T W T F S S

1 2 3 4 5 6 7

8 9 10 11 12 13 14

15 16 17 18 19 20 21

22 23 24 25 26 27 28

29 30 31

M T W T F S S

1 2 3 4

5 6 7 8 9 10 11

12 13 14 15 16 17 18

19 20 21 22 23 24 25

26 27 28 29 30 31

Optional fee 40€

Optional fee used for

Alternative programme

to the optional fee

Confirmation

Lodging

Provided meals

Course level

Teachers

Course

Timetable

aquapark, castles visiting, rock-climbing,

archery, sauna

park, river, museums

Send copy of the ticket in advance

Student dormitories, tents (sleeping bag and

mattress needed)

Breakfast, dinner

Beginner

University academic staff members,

students, PhD students

Different kind of interactive games with the

elements of traditional culture

2 hours per day / 20 hours in total

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Event description

Really tired of big city life, noisy and overcrowded streets and looking for a brand-new

experience, new friends and unforgettable adventures? Our summer course is waiting for

you!

We are going to show you the diversity of Western Ukraine and it’s peculiarities. Guiding

you through the distinctive cultural and historical heritage of cozy Galician and

Transcarpathian towns, diving deep into the romantic wilderness of Ukrainian Carpathians

we will let you feel the taste of pure legend.

We plan town excursions, visiting museums, universities, castles and other interesting

places. We will teach you basic Ukrainian words and phrases as well as some distinctive

traditions of the land. You will gain some really unique experience in the Carpathian

mountains: a highland railway tour, evenings round the bonfire, swimming in the mountain

river, traditional sauna, hiking in the mountains and many other exciting activities.

Pictures (click to view)

Equipment

Notebooks, pens

Contact email su2013.if gmail.com

Facebook

http://www.facebook.com/groups/Rock...

Coordinator phone +380982523618

University support

Suitable for disabled

participants

Required special

equipment

Languages used

Yes

No

sleeping bag and mattress

English, Ukrainian, Russian

Activities

team-building games

city tours

excursions to museums

language course

mountain attractions: hiking, lifts, climbing, camping, sauna, sunbathing

etc.

Ideal participant

Open-minded people, who are interested in knowing Ukraine are always

welcome here. You should feel the "Spirit of AEGEE", be active,

enthusiastic, fun-loving, communicative, adventurous and full of energy

for all the activities that are waiting for you here.

A


One Love, One Heart, One Destiny... Agrigento!!!

AEGEE-Agrigento

Type

Summer Course (SC)

Thematic category

Other

Theme

Culture and local traditions

Cities visited

Agrigento, Catania, Bivona

Dates

Calendar

From

Monday, July 29th

July

August

To Monday, August 12th

Event fee 140€

Participants 50

M T W T F S S

1 2 3 4 5 6 7

8 9 10 11 12 13 14

15 16 17 18 19 20 21

22 23 24 25 26 27 28

29 30 31

M T W T F S S

1 2 3 4

5 6 7 8 9 10 11

12 13 14 15 16 17 18

19 20 21 22 23 24 25

26 27 28 29 30 31

Optional fee 30€

Optional fee used for

Alternative programme

to the optional fee

Confirmation

Lodging

Provided meals

Trip to Catania Etna

Picnic at beach

Send copy of the ticket AND pay 50% of the

fee in advance

Hostel, only bring sheets

Breakfast, dinner

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España

Event description

Sicily is not only a lovely place to spend holidays, It's a lifestyle! With its own state of mind,

its own rhythm, its own SUMMER.

Sunny beaches, blue sky and sea, tasty food, funny people and much more, that's what

you'll find on our beautiful little paradise island in the middle of the Mediterranean Sea,

where dreams come true!

Course level

Teachers

Course

Timetable

Equipment

Beginner

Local teachers

frontal lessons, workshops

16 per week 32 total

notebooks

Once you come and get to know it, you'll love it!

We will guide you all in this journey through our cultural sights, natural beauty and our

unique way of life.

After our event you will bring a little bit of our spirit inside you forever.

Contact email suagrigento gmail.com

Coordinator phone +39 3891810002

University support No

So what are you waiting for? Just come and experience it!

Pictures (click to view)

Suitable for disabled

participants

Required special

equipment

Languages used

No

Trekking shoes

English, Spanish, Italian

Activities

-workshops

-cultural sites

-sport

Ideal participant

Open-minded and adventure lovers

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4 Crazy Summer

AEGEE-Tiranë

Type

Thematic category

Theme

In cooperation with

Cities visited

Dates

Summer Course (SC)

Sports

Creativity and Sport

Sports Working Group

Durres, Tirana, Pogradec

Calendar

From

Monday, July 29th

July

August

To

Friday, August 9th

Event fee 110€

Participants 40

Optional fee 40€

Optional fee used for

Alternative programme

to the optional fee

Confirmation

Lodging

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City Visits and entrance in museum in the

cities below

Visit to Kruja, Korca, Saint Naum, Voskopoja

and entrances in museums

Send copy of the ticket AND pay 50% of the

fee in advance

Youth Hostel, Appartments

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Event description

AEGEE-Tirana by SU “4 Crazy Summer” knows how gathering 40 crazy, adventurous and

willing to have an adventure as the tackle the challenge of sports, creativity and best

haunter. AEGEE-Tirana by SU “4 Crazy Summer” knows perfectly that this Summer

University will grow in spirit, mind, body, character and friendship of everyone presented. “4

Crazy Summer” program is full of fun and participants will have wonderful experiences

involved in them.

Provided meals

Course level

Teachers

Breakfast, dinner

Beginner

Trainer, Facilitator

All participants by SU “4 Crazy Summer” will have the possibility to gain new athletic skills

or work on refining existing skills in volleyball game. They will learn how to navigate the

outdoors by marching in forest. This connection to nature will help participants to connect to

them, gain a greater appreciation for the outdoors and find a sense of calm.

Course

Timetable

Equipment

Non Formal Education in Outdoor

Environment

over 20hours

Swimsuit,Insurance,Endless good

mood-motivation of work and leisure!

Contact email 4crazysummer gmail.com

Facebook

Coordinator phone 00355692579554

University support

Suitable for disabled

participants

Activities

Required special

equipment

Languages used

https://www.facebook.com/groups/407...

No

No

Folders, Notebooks, Pens, Brochures,

Badge

English

While running all the activities of the project

1) practical workshops

2) outdoor activities

3) environmental games

4) presentations

5) interactive workshops - learning by doing

6) creative activities

7) reflection in small groups

8) discussions

9) simulation games

10) role plays

11) group work and participants' presentations)

Furthermore, every one of you will have the possibility to play and create instruments, learn

how to sing and song by rubbish orchestra. And for sure by different sport events provided

by agenda all of you will have the possibility to be challenged and improve your leadership

skills and not only.

“4 Summer Crazy”, is going to implement it main theme by mentioning the fact on how

creativity and sport can accessible to everybody, as well as the young peoples’ lifestyle

across several countries in the world concerning their health and the practice of sports.

We intent to show how creativity and sport can be beneficial to one’s health and to provide

some knowledge about specific sports from each country that can be practiced outdoors,

as well as it can link generations and especially empower youth to age in an active way.

Furthermore, AEGEE-Tirana is offering to all you with this SU “4 Crazy Summer” an

apportunity to visit an isolated country for decades under a dictatorship that was harsh

even by Communist standards, has been opened up in the 1990s and has since been

hustling to catch up to the rest of Europe. While things have changed a lot since then, this

ancient land still offers something increasingly rare in Europe these days – a glance into a

culture that is all its own. Raised on a diet of separation and hardship, Albania is distinctly

Albanian. Not just the preserve of the adventurous, Albania is a warm and sincerely

hospitable country – with enough rough edges to keep it interesting.

We are sure that all of you have many things to do this summer and many European places

that you want to visit but would you like to learn more and explore some of some hint

places in the same time? If your answer is YES, then this is the right summer course that

you need.

Well, and then do not miss the chance to gather up with 40 young AEGEE activists,

motivated and wanting to rock this summer! This is your chance to be involved in the future

in AEGEE – this is your chance to figure out what more you can do in AEGEE and what

more AEGEE can do for you!

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12) sport events and championship

Pictures (click to view)

Through these activities the participants will create performance work

presented to audiences within large-scale outdoor event. Throughout the

summer course "4 crazy summer" there will be discussions, workshops,

evaluations as well as cultural visits, different sight-seeing and a social

activities program.

Ideal participant

Who is:

Not afraid of cultural diversity

Beauty Place-Hunter

Full of energy, open-minded and ready for new experiences

Willing to survive with others for 11 days

Able to attend all our activities

Who has endless amounts of good mood and motivation for work and

leisure.

Who is ready to cooperate with organizers and other participants

Who is easy-going and adventurous

Who get adapted soon with others and good communicator

Crazy one, energetic and aegee spirit in soul

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Brescia The Good Life 2013

AEGEE-Brescia

Type

Thematic category

Theme

In cooperation with

Cities visited

Dates

Summer Course (SC)

Other

Training: Good Life Style

Health4Youth Project

Brescia, Venice, Verona

Calendar

From

Monday, July 29th

July

August

To

Thursday, August 8th

Event fee 100€

Participants 20

Optional fee 25€

Optional fee used for

Alternative programme

to the optional fee

Confirmation

Venice

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Event description

Inspired by our last Summer University the Brescia Olympics 2012, AEGEE-Brescia and

the Health4youth project is proud to give you the chance to measure, learn and challenge

yourself through many sport activities and interesting workshops.

Lodging

Provided meals

Course level

Teachers

Course

Timetable

Equipment

Student dormitories, tents. sleeping bag and

mattress needed.

Breakfast, lunch

Beginner

University students and AEGEE staff.

In a word: practice!

16h/week, 32h/total

Language course booklet, pens and papers,

a lot of enthusiasm.

We will give you the possibility to improve your knowledge in basic things of “good life”.

Every day will be a new day, with new goals and interesting challenges.

Placed between Alpine valleys and the fertile Padana plain, right in the center of the most

productive italian region, midway from Venice to Milan, Brescia will welcome you with its

unique charm. You‘ll be guided through wonderful medieval castles, ancient Roman ruins,

museums, churches, but also amazing natural sights: Garda and Iseo lakes and the Alps.

Amazing sightseeing, interesting debates, exciting nightlife, international dinners, pub

crawling & unforgettable parties: Brescia, the Lioness of Italy, is going to be an unexpected

pleasure for you!

Contact email aegee.brescia gmail.com

Website

http://www.aegee-brescia.it

Coordinator phone 393388208796

University support

Suitable for disabled

participants

Languages used

Yes

No

English

Activities

SWIMMING POOL AND BEACH VOLLEY

AEGEE Introduction

A guided throughout wonderful medieval castle

3days trip in Camonica Valley HIKING

2days of sun+camping+relax at Garda lake

European Night

Ice Breaking Games

First aid course

Cooking lesson

TRIP TO VERONA

TRIP TO VENEZIA (Extrafee)

ITALIAN LANGUAGE COURSE

Workshop about reading labels

Ideal participant

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We are looking for open-minded & motivated AEGEE members, who

know what a SU means.

Our participants will be asked to be VERY active, SPORTIVE AND

INTERESTED to topic.

Are you ready to sleep few hours a day, just to have the necessary

strength to face next days activities?

A great SU is made by great participants too!

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When the MUSES go wild vol.2

AEGEE-Patra | AEGEE-Ioannina

Type

Thematic category

Theme

Cities visited

Dates

Travel Summer University (TSU)

Arts & Creativity

Arts and History through the influence of the

Ancient Muses

Patra, Ioannina, Parga, Lefkada

Calendar

From

Tuesday, July 30th

July

August

To

Tuesday, August 13th

Event fee 180€

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ORION-ME

Optional fee used for

Lefkada Island boat trip

Event description

Alternative programme

to the optional fee

Confirmation

Lodging

Provided meals

beach time

Pay 50% of the fee in advance

Gym,student dormitories

Breakfast, dinner

Contact email tsu.patra.ioannina gmail.com

Coordinator phone 00306948071888

University support

Yes

This is the story of a time long ago; a time of myths and legends. The 12 Gods of Olympus

noticed that humans had a colorless and gray life, and so did they themselves. This

brought an impact on everything that would go on, especially the way ceremonies would

happen when sacrificing and trying to please the gods. They needed to do something, so

they chose 9 Muses to help a TSU and bring everything back to life, through Arts and

History.

The 9 Muses chosen were: Calliope (Epic Poetry), Clio (History), Erato (Music), Euterpe

(Lyrical Poetry), Melpomene (Tragedy), Polyhymnia (Hymns), Terpsichore (Dance), Thalia

(Comedy) and Urania (Astronomy).

Suitable for disabled

participants

Activities

Required special

equipment

Languages used

No

Sleeping bag

English

These 9 Muses made their way through Patra, Ioannina, Parga and Lefkada, to help these

30 participants learn more about art and history, and have an awesome time on beaches

and parties!

Create your own epic poetry, like the Odyssey! Or why not learn about dancing and

dances? Comedies and Tragedies at a theater will lighten up our entertainment as a social

program! And star gazing on the beach late at night and learn about constellations!

-Patra city tour

-Astronomy workshop

-Odyssey city rally in Patra

-Patras Archaelogical Museum

-History workshop

-Theatrical play

-Ioannina city tour

-Greek dancing workshop

-Vrellis Wax Museum

-Parga city tour

-Ancient Tragedy workshop

-Lefkada city tour

-Music workshop

-Lefkada boat trip

and of course enough beach time!!

Ideal participant

Are you the type of participant with an artistic influence in your veins?

Can you handle 9 Muses and have the spirit to keep up with the SU?

Basically, we need you to be able to be artistic during the day, enjoy the

landscapes in the evenings, and be able to rock parties during the night!

Can you handle all this? APPLY NOW!!!... or allow the Muses to possess

you...

Pictures (click to view)

But when the Muses Combine themselves, you musn’t forget; SU become beautiful,

colorful and have great social and theme events!

…(Story to be continued: 30/7-13/8)…

Places visited

Patra

Patra is Greece's third largest urban area and the regional capital of Western Greece,

located in northern Peloponnese. Patras' core settlement has a history spanning four

millennia, in the Roman period it had become a cosmopolitan center of the eastern

Mediterranean whilst. The city is built at the foothills of Mount Panachaikon, overlooking the

Gulf of Patras and one of the few Greek cities that offer the advantages of both the

mountain and the sea. But one of it’s most important attributes is the great University of

Patra, home to more than 30.000 students from Greece and around the world, making this

city a dream come true for anybody who wants to spend time there. It may not be big or

glamorous but Patra is definitely beautiful, vibrant and lively. A place worthy to experience

the beauties of the summer.

Ioannina

Ioannina often called Giannena within Greece is the largest city of Epirus, and also the

capital city of Epirus, north-western Greece. The city's formal name, Ioannina, means

"Town of John" in Greek and it lies at an elevation of approximately 500 meters above sea

level. Being built on the bank of Lake Pamvotis, Ioannina fascinates everyone with its

beauty and its warm atmosphere. It is a lively city of 100.000 inhabitants, which carries a

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history of centuries. Each alley and square, each part of the city echoes its great tradition.

Ioannina proudly offers the combination of innumerable historical monuments and

museums

with the unbelievable natural beauty of the landscape. The castle of Ioannina, the lake with

the island, thecave, the fabulous ancient city with its traditional stores and its

exceptional market give no other choice to the visitors but attract their attention and

captivate them.It is a city that combines everything. Idyllic spots for walks in nature, intense

nightlife and superb traditional cuisines with good food. And lets not also forget the

countlessopportunities for extreme sports in beautiful natural locations.

Parga

Parga is a town and municipality located in the northwestern part of the regional unit of

Preveza in Epirus, northwestern Greece. It lies on the Ionian coast and is a resort town

known for its scenic beauty. City amphitheatrically built, the picturesque Parga combines

uniquely mountain and sea. One of the most cosmopolitan places in northwestern Greece,

the beautiful Parga challenges you to experience up close its long history, its diverse

natural beauty and hospitality of its inhabitants.

Lefkada

Lefkadaor Lefkas is a Greek island in the Ionian Sea on the west coast of Greece,

connected to the mainland by a long causeway and floating bridge. The principal town of

the island and seat of the municipality is Lefkada . The myth about Sappho's suicide at

Cape Lefkada is related to other myths linking the island to the ancient Greek goddess of

love, Aphrodite, and to Odysseus, the hero of Homer's Odyssey.In the east coast section of

the island lies Nidri, the largest resort on the island. It is set in a sheltered location with

views across to Skorpios—owned by Aristotle Onassis, Meganissi and other small islands,

as well as the Greek mainland.The famous beach of Porto Katsiki is located on Lefkada's

west coast.

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Discover the eastern edge of Europe!

AEGEE-Bakı

From

Type

Thematic category

Theme

Cities visited

Dates

Thursday, August 1st

Summer Course (SC)

History

Historical treasures of old Caucasus and

Caspian seashore.

Baku, Quba, Gobustan, Shaki.

Calendar

August

To Wednesday, August 14th

Event fee 120€

Participants 25

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Optional fee 30€

Optional fee used for

Alternative programme

to the optional fee

Confirmation

Lodging

Provided meals

Course level

visit to Gobustan National Park,Shaki Khan

Palace,Shirvanshahs` Palace

Free time, workshop

Send copy of the ticket in advance

Private Home, need to sleeping bag and

mattress.

Breakfast, lunch

Beginner

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Event description

Do you wanna Traveling to Eastern Part of Europe. You will get opportunity to travel

crossroads of Asia and Europe. Wanna discover the last destination of historical Silkway?

Learn language the Ancient nation of Caucasus? This SU for you. At first We will do have

many-many historical discover for the first part of day. But The second part of We well have

all activities. We will see The Biggest Lake on the World, The Biggest port in Caspian

costs.

What About Baku: The Biggest city and capial of Azerbaijan. Baku- City of winds. The

Biggest Boulvar with Oldest and Modern part of City. Where you can feel Eastern culture.

Having the longest seaside park,

Teachers

There will be professional guides. Who are

working in guide center's.

And also you can see in Baku :

Course

Timetable 14/28

Equipment

Our course will be open-air excursion and

we will say some intereting facts and also

historical period of Caucasus and at last we

will organize evaluation exam for

participants that how you explore and

discover history of Caucasus.

Notebooks, Pens, handouts

Contact email aegeebaki.su gmail.com

Coordinator phone (+994) 55-560-66-36

University support

Suitable for disabled

participants

Activities

Languages used

Historical discover

Traditional azeri tea making

City games

Yes

No

Going back to middle centuries.

English

Swimming in the Caspian - BIGGEST lake in the world.

Mud Volcanos.

Ideal participant

The ideal participant is who will enjoy from learning Caucasus history and

Caspian beach =)

Who are very tolerant and open-minded,funny,talkative,prankish

Ideal participant will enjoy from European night and our CaucAEGEEan

hospitality..

The State Flag Square :

It is a memorial monument- Relaxation Park situated in Baku, Bayil settlement. The grand

opening of the Square was in September 1, 2010. The height of the supporting block

erected in the square of 20000 m² is 162 metre, diameter of the foundation - 3,2 metre, the

diameter of the top surface - 1,09 metre. The width of the Flag is 35 metre, length - 70

metre, total area - 2450 square metre and the weight - 350 kg. In May 29, 2010 Guinnes

World Records confirmed the post of Azerbaijan State Flag to be the heighest in the world.

Temple of fire

Ateshgah is called in place where a fire played with wind. According to historical sources,

"Ateshgah" is one of the rare sacred sanctuaries of the world, which was built at place of

natural gas, the eternal gas, in the XVII-XVIII centuries. Some of the earliest construction of

the temple belongs to the year AD 1713. The temple-altar was built with funds of the Indian

merchant Kanjanagara in 1810. "Ateshgah" was built by Hindu Sikhs, originally from the

North India that came and settled here in Baku.

Ateshgah is located in a little distance from the sea, on the Apsheron Peninsula, at the

south-eastern end of the village of Surakhany, near the oil fields.

At present, only two places in the world - in North India and here in Azerbaijan such temple

of fire exist.

At one time, Temple of Fire made chemists- scientist Mendeleyev, the famous Russian

artist Veresshagin, French writer Alexander Duma (father), the Nobel brothers, Jawaharlal

Nehru, Indira Gandhi, world famous film director Raj Kapoor, orientalist scientist Dorn and

many famous people impressed.

International Mugam Center

Mugam center is opened at the seaside National Park in Baku. The form of the building

reminds of the tar parts that is one of the ancient musical instruments of Azerbaijan. The

Equipment necessary for the building constructed using the state-of-the art technology was

brought from Italy, Austria, France and Turkey. It is the first Mugam Center in the wold.

Shaki city - There are traces of large-scale settlements in Shaki dating back to more than

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2700 years ago. The Sakas were an Iranic people that wandered from the north side of the

Black Sea through Derbend passage and to the South Caucasus and from there to Asia

Minor in the 7th century B.C. They occupied a good deal of the fertile lands in South

Caucasus in an area called Sakasena. The city of Shaki was one of the areas occupied by

the Sakas. The original settlement dates back to the late Bronze Age.

You can see in Shaki :

Sheki Khan Palace

The date of the construction of the palace, which is named at period of the Khanate as

"Courthouse" (Divankhana) is considered to be 1760-1765 years in the scientific literature.

Sheki Khan Palace, which is the only architect in the world with its originality, was designed

by Haji Zeynalabdin from Shiraz. There is a special construction style of the palace. It is

enough to show that during the construction of the palace not a single nail or adhesive was

used. Khan Palace consists of 2 storeys, 6 rooms, 4 corridors, 2 mirrored balconies. Sheki

Khan Palace, at the same time is one of the rare pearls of Azerbaijan Art and Applied Art.

Painting samples of the palace kept its miracle and attractiveness up to this day. Its walls

are decorated with pictures on different topics. Names of five artists, who decorated the

palace at various times, are known.

Gobustan is located west of the settlement of Gobustan, about 40 miles (64 km) southwest

of the centre of Baku on the west bank of the Caspian Sea.

You can see in Gobustan :

Gobustan National Park

Throughout many centuries under impact of the sun, wind, seismic activity and various

atmospheric precipitation, blocks of stones broke away from the edges of a vast limestone

layer and rolled down the slopes. Here, in the area displaying the fantastic scene of

destruction, the huge blocks of stones and rocks chaotically pressed against each other,

forming about 20 big and small caves and the canopies serving as a natural shelter to the

inhabitants.

The archeological value of Gobustan was discovered when a group of men went in to mine

for gravel in 1930. While the zone is abundant in boulders and stone formations, one mine

employee noticed the sacred carvings on the rocks. They also discovered man-made caves

wherein more of the drawings can be found.

Gaval Dash

Apart from petroglyphs, there is also this musical gemstone known as Gaval Dash. It

makes a tambourine-like sound when it is hit in different points. Among the stone books

there are a big flat stone formed out of 3 supports. Suffice it to touch the object with a small

stone, musical sounds come from it. The Gaval Dash have been formed due the

combination of unique climate, oil and gas which can be found in the region of Azerbaijan.

The Gaval Dash can only be found in Gobustan, Azerbaijan.

Quba is a city in and the capital of the Quba Rayon of Azerbaijan. It has a population of

38,100. The city’s suburb of Qırmızı Qəsəbə (formerly in Russian: Krasnaya Sloboda,

English: Red Town) is the home of Azerbaijan's largest community of Mountain Jews and

considered as one of the largest communities of Jews in the former-Soviet Union.

You can see in Quba :

Juma Mosque

This mosque was erected in the 19th century and constructed in typical Quba province

style mosques. Inside of the mosque there is a big hall crowned with a huge 16 m diameter

dome.

Sakina-Khanum Mosque

Sakina-Khanum Mosque was built in 1854 by the widow of Abbasgulu Bakikhanov. The

mosque was built from red bricks and is similar to faceted cylinder. Each facet has a

window in the form of a semicircular arch. The top of the facade is surrounded by an

original eaves made from small bricks. From top this stately building is crowned with a big

white metal dome in the shape of a multi-faceted helmet. The top of the dome is decorated

by a graceful thin spike.

Old Hamam

Not far from the Juma Mosque is an old hamam. The hamam is unique in its beehive

shaped dome made of brick. The hamam is no longer operational but proves to be an

interesting stop on any walking tour.

Quba is twinned with the following cities:

Erzin, Turkey, since 2011.

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Transylvania Beyond Its City Walls

AEGEE-Cluj-Napoca | AEGEE-Sibiu

Type

Thematic category

Theme

In cooperation with

Cities visited

Dates

Travel Summer University (TSU)

Other

Become Transylmaniacs!

Culture Working Group

Cluj-Napoca, Daneș, Saschiz, Brașov, Sibiu

Calendar

From

Thursday, August 1st

August

To

Thursday, August 15th

Event fee 180€

Participants 35

Optional fee 35€

Optional fee used for

Alternative programme

to the optional fee

Confirmation

Lodging

Provided meals

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Visting Peles Castle & Day at Aventura Park

in Brașov

Visiting museums in Brașov

Send copy of the ticket AND pay 50% of the

fee in advance

student dormitories, gym

Breakfast, dinner

Contact email aegee_cjn yahoo.com

Coordinator phone 0040742617588

University support

Suitable for disabled

participants

Required special

equipment

No

No

sleeping bag, mattress, hiking shoes

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Event description

Become Transylmaniacs!

Ready to feel Transylvania with all your senses? If you want to discover a land full of

charm, legend, beauty and authenticity, this is the right place for you! Smell Transylvania's

history, taste its culture and see some of its greenest places, in the Carpathian Mountains!

We will experience the true Transylvanian lifestyle, spirit and people in the cities of

Cluj-Napoca, Sibiu and Braşov, where the rich history and culture will definitely create a

unique atmoshpere! We will enjoy the genuine countryside life in the villages of Daneş and

Saschiz. We will go beyond the concrete walls of the cities and discover Transylvania’s

natural beauties.

Being in Dracula's country, you will be taught everything about him, so prepare for

becoming a vampire, pack your costume and get ready for the best party ever: Dracula

Party! We will taste the hot, throat-burning shots of țuică and we will listen to the best music

while we dance and party until the break of dawn!

So come and feel Transylvania and get ready to fall in love with the mixture of old and new,

of modern and traditional, of city and nature, all in one Summer University!

Places visited

Languages used

Activities

Green:

Hiking

Eco photo contest

Collecting rubbish

Visiting Eco farms

Social:

Dracula party

Eco party

Pub-crawling

Dancing

Culture & History:

Language course

Museums

Castles

City tours

Treasure hunt

Folk dances

Cultural EN

Ideal participant

English

Cluj-Napoca

Cluj is a very ancient city and, as time passed by, it developed into what we see today.

Apart from being an important financial and banking centre in Romania, it is a very

important cultural site, hosting one of the largest universities in Romania, Babeş-Bolyai

University. One of the results of its valued reputation is the large number of foreign

students who choose to study here. During the university year the streets roam with

youngsters, the cafés/pubs/clubs get seriously crowded and nightlife thrives. The city is

truly bustling and spreading positive and fresh energy all around! So, what are you waiting

for?! Get ready to join us in ‘living la vida loca’, enjoying pub crawling and having lots of

fun! Welcome to 2015’s European Youth Capital!

Brașov

Brașov attracts tourists both from the country and from abroad, artists, businessmen and

politicians. Whoever visits this place can notice its special charm, with picturesque streets

and shops. Regardless of the season, the visitors of Braşov have also got the opportunity

to attend exceptional cultural events. Bran, Peleș and Râșnov Castles are just a few major

attractions that surround the city.

Sibiu

Under the German name Hermannstadt, Sibiu has always been the centre of Romania's

German minority, ever since medieval times. The cobblestone streets, the eyes of the roofs

that watch your every step and gesture, the impressive churches with their elegant towers,

the famous Bridge of Lies, the chic cafés, they all make Sibiu one of the most fascinating

and romantic medieval cities in Romania.


open minded

- likes to be part of a team, to work in a team

- wants to learn more about Romania, Dracula and living in the

countryside

- wants to have fun and feel the AEGEE spirit

Daneș ans Saschiz

Daneș and Saschiz are old villages located in the centre of the country, very close to

Sighișoara, the only inhabited citadel in Europe. In the middle of nature, you will discover

the genuine countryside lifestyle, in a mix of Romanian and German culture. Get ready to

experience the true life of our ancestors!

Pictures (click to view)


Greenie, meeny, miny, moe, Ecomania, let's go!

AEGEE-Bucureşti | AEGEE-Ploiesti

From

Type

Thematic category

Theme

Cities visited

Dates

Thursday, August 1st

Travel Summer University (TSU)

Environment

An ecocultural journey within Romania in

which you will discover its beauty through

creative-green activities

Bucuresti, Ploiesti, Buzau, Brasov, Sinaia,

Mogosoaia, Slanic

Calendar

August

To Thursday, August 15th

Event fee 180€

Participants 20

M T W T F S S

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19 20 21 22 23 24 25

26 27 28 29 30 31

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Optional fee 30€

Event description

Optional fee used for

Alternative programme

to the optional fee

Confirmation

Lodging

Provided meals

Aventura Park, Peles Castel, Slanic

Bucov Park, Brasov cultural itinerary

Send copy of the ticket AND pay 50% of the

fee in advance

youth hostel, student dormitories

Breakfast, dinner

Contact email ecomania2013 gmail.com

Website

Facebook

Coordinator phone (+40) 762-608-204

University support

Suitable for disabled

participants

Activities

-swimming

Required special

equipment

Languages used

- travelling into the wilderness

-recycling

- thematic movie night

-city tours

http://www.ecomania2013.aegee-bucur...

http://www.facebook.com/EcoMania201...

Yes

No

- visite salt lakes and salt mine

- nature and animals photo contest

- treasure hunting

bathing suits, hiking boots

English, French, Spanish, Russian

-worshops and courses about healty life/environment

-tyrolean traverse in Brasov

-cycling

- eco art activities, contest

- eco-culture quiz

- see important attraction points(historic and natural places)

Ideal participant

The ideal participant should be open-minded, adventurous, interested in

environmental issues and ready to be involved in our green activities.

Active and psysicaly fit candidates have a big advantage. Moreover, we

Do you want to test your adventurous spirit, experience both the city (night)life and peaceful

Romanian nature? Then our Green TSU is the right choice.

Be a part of the green generation and explore historic places, the virgin forests of the

“Carpathian garden”, entering the Romanian wilderness, the mud volcanoes, the exciting

living fires of Buzau and much more. AEGEE-Bucuresti along with AEGEE-Ploiesti is happy

to welcome the eco-enthusiasts and adventure lovers.

We will set out on our journey from the restless Bucharest, one of the most exciting and

diverse cities in Europe and we’ll get deeper into the Romanian nature when we reach the

historically rich Brasov.

Located almost in the center of the country and surrounded by the Carpathian Mountains,

Braşov provides a mix of wonderful mountain and medieval history with German influences

in the old town. The city boasts everything from dynamic modern city life to old world charm

and fascinating scenery.

Bran, Sinaia and Fărăraş are located near Braşov and have important attraction points like

Dracula Castle, Fagaras Fortress, the Reformed Church, Peleş Castle, Pelişor Castle and

Sinaia Monastery.

Buzău and the surrounding areas offer an unique landscapes of Siriu Lake and Lake of

Vultures. The city is also knows for his wine, Tamaioasa de Pietroasele who won several

Gold Medals in the International Wine Contests, but also for his unique traditional products,

such as Plescoi sausages.

Ploieşti was one of the world's leading oil extraction and refinery sites. In fact, the world's

first large refinery was opened in this city. Near Ploieşti, we will find Slănic, best known as a

spa town with salt lakes, salt mine and beaches near bath complex.

These will be the cities in which you will get closer to nature and you will find how to protect

it through funny interactive games and workshops!

Don’t think twice, apply and you’ll have the best time of your life. Don’t miss this chance!

Join us!

Places visited

Bucuresti

Established by a shepherd named Bucur, Bucharest is the capital of Romania. It is also the

industrial, financial and cultural center of the country. Between the two world wars it was

called Little Paris, mainly because of it's narrow, charming streets with great architecture

and the fun, lively people! Nowadays Bucharest is a city of incredible contrasts, waiting

patiently to be discovered! Its fun people and great bars and clubs recently made

Bucharest the second coolest European capital city! So, what are you waiting for?


are looking for people who are enthusiastic about fun-outgoing activivities

who can raise awareness on environmental problems and still be able to

party party until the sun comes up. Briefly: Work all day, party all night!

Feel the AEGEE spirit!

Pictures (click to view)

Ploiesti

Ploieşti was one of the world's leading oil extraction and refinery sites. In fact, the world's

first large refinery was opened in this city. Near Ploieşti, we will find Slănic, best known as a

spa town with salt lakes, salt mine and beaches near bath complex.

Buzau

Buzău and the surrounding areas offer an unique landscapes of Siriu Lake and Lake of

Vultures. The city is also knows for his wine, Tamaioasa de Pietroasele who won several

Gold Medals in the International Wine Contests, but also for his unique traditional products,

such as Plescoi sausages.

Brasov

Located almost in the center of the country and surrounded by the Carpathian Mountains,

Braşov provides a mix of wonderful mountain and medieval history with German influences

in the old town. The city boasts everything from dynamic modern city life to old world charm

and fascinating scenery. From there we will visit nearby cities such as Bran, Sinaia and

Fărăraş are located near Braşov where we will be able to see the Dracula Castle, Fagaras

Fortress, the Reformed Church, Peleş Castle and Sinaia Monastery.

Sinaia

At a first glance Sinaia is just another mountain resort. But if you look closer you will

discover one of the most beautiful Palaces in Romania: Peleş Castle. Built by king Charles

1st of Hohelzollern, this castle surprises the audience with its bohemian location and

outstanding beauty.


Let's Czech culture

AEGEE-Brno

Type

Thematic category

Theme

In cooperation with

Cities visited

Dates

Summer Course (SC)

Arts & Creativity

Czech culture

Culture Working Group

Brno, Znojmo, Lednice

Calendar

From

Friday, August 2nd

August

To

Sunday, August 11th

Event fee 90€

Participants 25

Optional fee 30€

Optional fee used for

Alternative programme

to the optional fee

Confirmation

Lodging

Provided meals

Course level

Teachers

Course

Timetable

Equipment

M T W T F S S

1 2 3 4

5 6 7 8 9 10 11

12 13 14 15 16 17 18

19 20 21 22 23 24 25

26 27 28 29 30 31

trip to Lednice (chateau, minaret, castle,

greenhouse)/vila Tugendhat

games in park/botanical garden

Send copy of the ticket OR pay 100% of the

fee in advance

gym

Breakfast, lunch

Beginner

AEGEE-Brno organizers, university tutors

interactive workshops with practical example

12 hours in total

notebooks, pens

Contact email su2013 aegee-brno.org

Website

http://su2013.aegee-brno.org/

Coordinator phone +420732573548

Event description

How much do you know about Czech culture? Do you know we are more than just a

country of white socks in sandals, men drinking beer the whole time and fat heavy food?

We will convince you that Czech culture is much more! Our culture is more interesting and

flourishing than you can imagine! Czech Republic is a country of chateaus, castles and

UNESCO heritage. Brno itself is the center of modern architecture, theatres, museums,

universities, cafes and friendly people.

During our summer university we will take you to the most beautiful places in Brno, we will

show you secret spots that just we know and we will drag you into amazing legends and

stories about Brno. You will see historical city Lednice with charming chateau like from a

fairytale. Our next trip will be to the center of wine region, to fascinating city of Znojmo.

But it will not be just about visiting castles, museums and historical sights. You will learn

how to dance our national dances and during workshops we will teach you traditional

craftworks. And every night we will have crazy party until the very morning!

After 10 days you spend in Brno and surroudings you will become an expert on Czech

culture and you will be able to dance, sing, cook, drink, love, think and party in a Czech

way.

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So what are you waiting for? We are waiting for you so just apply and Let's Czech culture

together this summer!

Pictures (click to view)

University support

Suitable for disabled

participants

Required special

equipment

Languages used

Yes

No

sleeping bag, mattress

English

Activities

- traditional city tour

- thematic city tour - Brno architecture

- wine tasting

- workshops

- sightseeing

- pub quiz

- city rallye

- movie

- Czech traditions

- dancing

- partying

Ideal participant


Ideal participant loves culture, is not afraid to exeperience new things,

able to sleep less than 4 hours per day, friendly, open-minded, not

complaining, always smiling and possitive.


Palermo's got talent

AEGEE-Palermo

From

Type

Thematic category

Theme

Cities visited

Dates

Tuesday, August 6th

Summer Course (SC)

Arts & Creativity

Several Ways to define art: Dance, Drama,

Cinema, Music.

Palermo, Bagheria, Catania, Etnaland,

Monreale, Capogallo

Calendar

August

To

Tuesday, August 20th

Event fee 140€

Participants 40

Optional fee 40€

Optional fee used for

Alternative programme

to the optional fee

Confirmation

Lodging

Provided meals

Course level

Teachers

Course

Etnaland (Waterpark!)

M T W T F S S

1 2 3 4

5 6 7 8 9 10 11

12 13 14 15 16 17 18

19 20 21 22 23 24 25

26 27 28 29 30 31

Stroll to Addaura Rocky Beach

Send copy of the ticket AND pay 50% of the

fee in advance

Student Dormitory / Gym

Breakfast, lunch

Beginner

Member of Aegee-Palermo and friend of our

association. Some teachers and

professional students.

Teachers will explain the basic skills in

several fields. It will be analyzed:

photography, dance, music, singing

features. All of this will be improved with

games, groups tasks, challenges.

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España

Event description

“Anything can be creative – you bring that quality to the activity. Activity itself is neither

creative nor uncreative. You can paint in an uncreative way. You can sing in an uncreative

way. You can clean the floor in a creative way. You can cook in a creative way. Creativity is

the quality that you bring to the activity you are doing. It is an attitude, an inner approach –

how you look at things.” (Zen Proverb)

This summer you’ll discover your dark side! You‘ll learn something about dance, art,

photography, and sculpture in Aegee style!

Also, you’ll discover one of the most creative cities of the Mediterranean! You’ll visit colorful

markets, you’ll swim in a light blue sea, you’ll dance till dawn! There will be excursions,

workshops and a lot of friends!

Are you ready to making photos, dance and create amazing sculptures?! Are you brave

enough? We are looking for you!

We’ll discover the best activity for you! Don’t be scared and have fun with us! Be messy, be

funny, be sunburnt, be Aegee!

Pictures (click to view)

Timetable

Equipment

12-16 hours per week, 28 hours in total

Notebook, pens, cameras

Contact email aegeepalermosu2013 gmail.com

Website

Facebook

http://www.aegeepalermo.org

https://www.facebook.com/aegeepaler...

Coordinator phone 393391122459

University support

Suitable for disabled

participants

Required special

equipment

Languages used

No

No

sleeping bag

Italian, English, French ( a bit)

Activities

We are arranging several workshop about:

photography

drama Session

dancing & singing

And...

city tours, excursions, visit to museums and places of artistic and historic

interest, concerts, beach games, treasure hunting!

Ideal participant


Can you lick/lift your elbow? Can you dance like an ’80 robot? Can you

paint as your 5 year-old nephew? Can you make photos with childproof

camera? We are looking for you! Are you a talent? Are you someone that

really wanna take on this challenge? Are you ironic? Can you face the

music? We are also looking for you!

A


My AEGEE Balkan Beach Fairytale

AEGEE-Sofia

From

Type

Thematic category

Theme

Cities visited

Dates

Friday, August 9th

Summer Course (SC)

Training

AEGEE

Sofia, Burgas, Sunny beach, Neseber,

Plovdiv

Calendar

August

To Sunday, August 18th

Event fee 90€

Participants 25

M T W T F S S

1 2 3 4

5 6 7 8 9 10 11

12 13 14 15 16 17 18

19 20 21 22 23 24 25

26 27 28 29 30 31

Optional fee 20€

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Optional fee used for

for visiting Neseber Acient City

Event description

Alternative programme

to the optional fee

Confirmation

Lodging

Provided meals

Course level

Teachers

Course

Free time

Send copy of the ticket in advance

Youth Hostel, student dormitories

Breakfast, lunch

Beginner

Experienced members of AEGEE.

The lessons will try to be as interactive as

possible.

Timetable The participants will receive at least 26

hours of tuition per week.

Equipment

Sun cream, swimming suit, camera

Contact email su2013aegee.sofia gmail.com

Website

Facebook

http://www.su2013.aegee-sofia.org

Coordinator phone 00359887722720

University support

http://www.facebook.com/events/3357...

Yes

AEGEE is ….fun, discussions, debates, people, projects, places, workshops, parties, nights

with white spots, European Students’ Forum or what? Is it ME?

Once upon a time somebody in a dark, rainy night told me that “AEGEE is LOVE”. Love in

all possible ways. This summer we give you the opportunity to find out yourself what the

secret meaning of AEGEE is.

AEGEE-Sofia officially dares to invite you to 8 days of workshops, simulations, games, fun,

and…..nights of exploring mystical Balkan culture.

During YOUR fairytale you will explore our capital – Sofia. You will try our national cuisine

and find out the difference between Ouzo, Mastika, Yeni Raki, Rakia. You will take part in a

one day dream to an amusing island in order to jump directly into the Golden Shore.

Have you ever tried to dance in rhythm 7/8 and on 15/16? Well, we do it! Can you touch the

history and get lost in the modernity? Well, here you can! Are you creative enough to

convince us that you have the pure AEGEE spirit? Are you ready to experience it together

with other 20 people?

We can show you a tempting AEGEE cocktail that mix up the best of our AEGEE nature

and our Balkan soul! Prepare for the summer fairytale where everyone can create and live

his own AEGEE magic.

Suitable for disabled

participants

Activities

Languages used

No

English

Do you “live as you will die tomorrow and learn as you will live forever”? The story goes

only for a special person. Is this you?

- energizers

- sightseeing

- exploring Balkan culture, traditions, habits

- dancing (non) traditional dances

- learning new letter, like: ш, ђ, ч, ћ, ъ, щ, ю, я

- singing

- tasting typical Balkan food and drinks

- swimming in the Black sea

- WS about AEGEE, Bulgarian history, Cyrillic aphabet

- games on the beach

Ideal participant

Our ideal participant MUST be a real AEGEE freak. To live fast and enjoy

the moment. To have endless energy, participate in “group activities", to

be curious, addicted to travelling and to have a big imagination in order to

Sofia:

Sofia is the capital of Bulgaria and the 12th most populated city in the European Union with

1.4 million inhabitants. It is located in Western Bulgaria, at the foot of the Vitosha Mountain,

and is the administrative, cultural, economic, educational and party centre of the country.

One of the oldest cities in Europe, its history dates back before the 7th century BC. It offers

a unique blend of historical and cultural sights and a cosmopolitan atmosphere that can

take your breath away.

Plovdiv:

Plovid is the second largest city in the country, located in the south-central part on the

banks of the Maritsa river. Its history spans over 6 000 years making it one of the world’s

oldest cities. It is often referred to as ‘The city on seven hills” as it was developed on seven

hills and offers a variety of sights – you can find a Roman theatre on one hill and a soviet


jump into a real fairytale!

monument on another. In modern times became famous as the “cultural capital” of Bulgaria

being the home of many notable artists and hosting a large number of art galleries and

cultural institutions.

Burgas:

Burgas is the 4th largest city by population in Bulgaria. It is located in the eastern part of

Bulgaria at the Black sea coast. It has the most beautiful sea garden in Bulgaria (a coastal

park). With its large port the city is an important economic and tourist center, is also host to

the Spirit of Burgas – a music festival becoming one of the hottest open air events in all

Europe.

Sunny beach:

The biggest summer resort in Bulgaria with more than 300 hotels and 500 000 beds. There

are more than 400 restaurants and numerous live music bars, pubs, nightclubs, discos and

cafés. Its development began in 1958 and continues until present days. It reaches Nesebar

to the south and St.Vlas to the north.

Nesebar (optional fee)

Existing today as an open-air city-museum the town was founded more than 3 000 years

ago as a Thracian settlement. The ancient part of the town was originally situated on an

island which was later connected to the mainland by a manmade isthmus. With its

abundance of historical buildings the ancient town is enlisted among UNESCO’s World

Heritage Sites. The city’s remains date mostly from the Hellenistic period, although there is

a fortress dating from the Middle Ages, when this was one of the most important Byzantine

towns on the west coast of the Black Sea. There are many typical wooden houses built in

the 19th century.

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APULIA: lets SEA the Italian heel!

AEGEE-Bari

Type

Thematic category

Theme

In cooperation with

Cities visited

Dates

Summer Course (SC)

Environment

Biodiversity and environmental beauties in

Apulia

Environmental Working Group

Bari, Alberobello, Castellana Grotte, Ostuni,

Otranto, Lecce

Calendar

From

Friday, August 9th

August

To

Tuesday, August 20th

Event fee 110€

Participants 35

Optional fee 40€

Optional fee used for

Alternative programme

to the optional fee

Confirmation

Lodging

Provided meals

Course level

Teachers

Course

Timetable

M T W T F S S

1 2 3 4

5 6 7 8 9 10 11

12 13 14 15 16 17 18

19 20 21 22 23 24 25

26 27 28 29 30 31

Boat trip of the south coast

Games in the old city of Otranto

Send copy of the ticket AND pay 50% of the

fee in advance

student dormitories and tents (sleeping bag

and mattresses needed)

Breakfast, dinner

Beginner

Giovanni Circella, Enzo Lamuraglia

There will be a responsible for each

workshop, and there will be interactive

lessons and no interactive ones.

14 hours per week, in total 20 hours

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Event description

This will be the perfect chance for you to discover the south of Italy, with all its

environmental, historic and traditional beauties and wildnesses!

We will lead you through many of the most beautiful places in Italy; just some:

- BARI and its historical hot spots;

- LECCE: "the Florence of the South..." and the beautiful beaches around it;

- How amazing are the "white" and "pink" caves of CASTELLANA!

- The “Trulli of ALBEROBELLO”, very traditional old houses, which are now part of the

UNESCO World Heritage sites list;

- The surprising WWF oasis of TORRE GUACETO (the best sea that you have ever

seen!!!).

Moreover we are preparing loads of activities, workshops, tours and, most of all, wild

parties, by the incredible sea and coasts and at the breathless caves and natural reserves

of our splendid Apulia Region. Are you going to take this challenge? Also, do you want to

taste the excellent food of the South of Italy? If so, what are you waiting for? Apply for the

most amazing SU of the 2013, organized by the awesome guys of Aegee Bari.

Pictures (click to view)

Equipment

Paper's materials and pens/pencils.

Contact email incoming aegee-bari.org

Coordinator phone 0039 3285561575

University support

Suitable for disabled

participants

No

No

Required special

equipment

swiming suit, sun cream, beach towel,

confortable shoes

Languages used

English, Spanish and of course, Italian

Activities

-workshops

-interactive workshop about orecchiette

-visit to Torre a Mare

-trip to Polignano

-churches tour in Bari

-trip to Castellana Caves and Alberobello

-Torre Guaceto Oasis and Lecce

-trip to Otranto

-boat trip close to Otranto

-come on.. European Night!

Ideal participant


You are coming in the Region of the smiley sun, blue sea, wild nature,

welcoming people or crazy parties. Can you handle it? if yes, you are the

perfect one!


The Treasure Island

AEGEE-Catania

From

Type

Thematic category

Theme

Cities visited

Dates

Friday, August 9th

Summer Course (SC)

Arts & Creativity

Creativity and divergent thinking as way to

express your originality, unicity and inner

ideas

Catania, Taormina, Etna, Siracusa,

Acicastello

Calendar

August

To Tuesday, August 20th

Event fee 110€

Participants 45

M T W T F S S

1 2 3 4

5 6 7 8 9 10 11

12 13 14 15 16 17 18

19 20 21 22 23 24 25

26 27 28 29 30 31

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España

Optional fee 40€

Event description

Optional fee used for

Alternative programme

to the optional fee

Confirmation

Lodging

Provided meals

Trip to water park and Taormina

trip around the baroquian and neoclassical

churchs in Catania

Send copy of the ticket AND pay 100% of

the fee in advance

student dormitories

Breakfast, dinner

Listen to the sound of the waves… Feel the gentle summer breeze tickling your face…Feel

your heart beating reveled with the mystery that lies in these mystic Island! And moreover

get out the pirate in you!

PartYcipants, are you ready for THE challenge?

AEGEE-Catania is managing to discover the exquisite beauty of Sicily, uncover the

mysteries of its nature, dance the night away on the beautiful beaches, and exclusive clubs,

swim in the crystal clear sea, and discover the treasure that is in you!

Course level

Teachers

Course

Timetable

Intermediate

Filippo Finocchiaro Giuseppe Di Marco

Pizzongolo

First part will be a lecture while second will

be a practical workshop

Around 2 hours per day so 20 in total

AEGEE-Catania invites you for loads of fun with crazy TRIPS, Pool Parties, Beach Parties

and even excursions to Etna volcano craters!

And this isn't all! Thanks to workshops (photography, art, etc.) and funny activities (video

making, flash mob, etc.) we will help you to discover the creativity inside of you. You'll

explore yourselves and the big treasure that you've inside.

Equipment

Notebooks, pens, markers, paper, cloth,

colours

Contact email contact aegee-catania.org

Website

Facebook

www.aegee-catania.org/SU2013

www.facebook.com/aegeecatania

Coordinator phone 00393346199474

There will be NO boring People, No boring Meetings, No boring never-ending

lessons…ONLY NEVER ENDING FUN!

Are YOU ready to uncover the magic which lies in these Treasure Islands? Because WE

ARE!

Pictures (click to view)

University support

Suitable for disabled

participants

Languages used

No

No

English, Italian, Spanish

Activities

- SPECIAL Treasure Hunting

- ICE breaking games

- crazy TRIPS

- POOL Parties

- Cooking courses on SICILIAN FOOD

- Excursion to ETNA volcano CRATERS

- Acting Workshop

- Bodypainting Workshop

- Beach Parties

- Exclusive clubs and parties

Ideal participant


Energetic, active, creative, courageous, open-minded, and survivor of

sleepless nights


Mediterranean Green Festival

AEGEE-Tarragona

Type

Thematic category

Theme

In cooperation with

Cities visited

Dates

Summer Course (SC)

Environment

Green Europe

Universitat Rovira i Virgili

Tarragona, Barcelona, Salou

Calendar

From

Saturday, August 10th

August

To

Sunday, August 18th

Event fee 80€

Participants 30

Optional fee 20€

Optional fee used for

Alternative programme

to the optional fee

Confirmation

Lodging

Provided meals

Course level

Port Aventura

Beach

M T W T F S S

1 2 3 4

5 6 7 8 9 10 11

12 13 14 15 16 17 18

19 20 21 22 23 24 25

26 27 28 29 30 31

Send copy of the ticket AND pay 0% of the

fee in advance

Gym, tents

Breakfast, dinner

Beginner

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Event description

The ancient city of Tarragona, a World Heritage Site by UNESCO, is located on the shores

of the Spanish Mediterranean. With a flourishing, modern university, an array of ancient

Roman ruins, miles of unspoilt sandy beaches, and a vibrant cultural and social scene,

Tarragona is one of Spain’s best-kept secrets. Do you want to help us to discover this

secret?

We want to invite you to share with us this legendary Mediterranean language immersion.

For this Summer 2013, we have the best deal ever: discover this incredible Mediterranean

region and learn the tips to develope a more sustainable and greener Europe.

Teachers

Robert Brunet (PhD Environmental

Engineering, World Bank Consultant) Laia

García (Public Relations Enverionmental

Working Group)

Pictures (click to view)

Course - Introduction to Climate Change -

Introduction to Green Growth - Introduction

to Alternative Energy - Introduction to Waste

Managment - Introduction to Sustainability

Timetable

Equipment

16 hours

- Flipchart - Notebooks - Pens

Contact email info aegee-tarragona.org

Website

Facebook

http://www.aegee-tarragona.org/

https://www.facebook.com/pages/AEGE...

Coordinator phone +34 650351407

University support

Suitable for disabled

participants

Languages used

No

No

English, Spanish

Activities

· Opening SU

· Welcome Party

· Project Introduction

· Environmental classes

· Cultural activities

· Gymkhana

· Beach: Soccer & Volley

· Party in Salou

· City tour in Barcelona

· City tour in Tarragona

· European Night


· Remullada

· Farewell party

· Traditional Catalan Party

· Port Aventura

Ideal participant

Open minded, friendly, easygoing, curious and full of positive energy to

share one of the best weeks of our life.

Our ideal participant has to bring its own never-ending smile and willing

to participate actively, meanwhile we learn and have fun.


The EATalian job

AEGEE-Messina

From

Type

Thematic category

Theme

Cities visited

Dates

Sunday, August 11th

Summer Course (SC)

Arts & Creativity

Gastronomic Theme

Messina, Taormina, Scilla

Calendar

August

To Sunday, August 25th

Event fee 140€

Participants 24

M T W T F S S

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Optional fee 40€

Optional fee used for

Alternative programme

to the optional fee

Confirmation

Lodging

Provided meals

Course level

Teachers

Course

Trip to Etna volcano, Taormina, Gole

dell'Alcantara and Scilla

Beach games

Send copy of the ticket AND pay 0% of the

fee in advance

Tents

Breakfast, lunch

Beginner

Unprofessional and professional teachers

Demonstrantions, debates and practices

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España

Event description

As Goethe said in his "Italian Journey", Are you ready to discover if Goethe was right?

Are you ready to face the two sides of the Sicilian landscape? Are you a good eater? If yes,

this is the SU you are looking for. We will bring you to see the amazing waterfall hidden in

the heart of Sicily, the legendary place where Ulysses had to face the monster Scilla, the

highest volcano in Europe erupting in front of you, and the place where all the roads lead to

Messina. Furthermore, you will be able to taste the best foods of our land and, obviously,

we are ready to go to party all the nights in our beach clubs, ready to live fully the Sicilian

"bella vita". It is said that, when a stranger come in Sicily, he will cry twice: when he arrives

and when he leaves.

Pictures (click to view)

Timetable

Equipment

12-16 hours per week, 28 hours in total

Pens, papers

Contact email aegeemessina hotmail.com

Facebook

https://www.facebook.com/events/125...

Coordinator phone (+39)346-08-10-257

University support

Suitable for disabled

participants

Required special

equipment

Languages used

No

No

Sleeping bag, mattress, mosquito spray

English

Activities

City tour

Sunbathing and beach games

Trips to Etna/Taormina, Scilla and Gole dell'Alcantara

Workshops

Theme parties

Ideal participant

The ideal participant must be, first of all, open-minded and flexible, full of

energy and outgoing. Ready to walk a lot and to sleep just a few yours.


Follow the Atlantic breeze

AEGEE-Coruna | AEGEE-Porto

From

Type

Thematic category

Theme

Cities visited

Dates

Monday, August 12th

Travel Summer University (TSU)

Other

Nature and Culture

Porto, Guimaraes, Santiago, La Coruña

Calendar

August

To Tuesday, August 27th

Event fee 190€

Participants 30

M T W T F S S

1 2 3 4

5 6 7 8 9 10 11

12 13 14 15 16 17 18

19 20 21 22 23 24 25

26 27 28 29 30 31

Optional fee 40€

Optional fee used for

Alternative programme

to the optional fee

Confirmation

Lodging

Provided meals

Surf and Paintball

sightseeing and city tour

Send copy of the ticket AND pay 100% of

the fee in advance

Gym, tents and dorms

Breakfast, dinner

Contact email tsuportocoruna2013 gmail.com

Coordinator phone (+34) 675018078

University support

Suitable for disabled

participants

Activities

Required special

equipment

Languages used

- History and cultural lessons

- Boat trip

Yes

No

sleeping bag

English, Portuguese and Spanish

- Cultural visits (Porto, Guimaraes, Santiago, A Coruña)

- Hiking and canoeing

- Surfing

- Traditional parties

- Visits to museums

Ideal participant

Do you want to know more about Portugal and Spain? Enjoy your

summer while being in contact with nature, beaches and our lovely cities

full of history? Do you dare bathe in the Atlantic ocean? If you answered

yes to all these questions and are curious, open minded, adventurous

and just need about three hours of sleep a day, put your motivation into

words, answer our questions and apply!

Pictures (click to view)

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Event description

On the western edge of Europe, where the land meets the ocean, resides a place of

friendly and warm people and a rich historical heritage where time appears to have

stopped. Walk in green natural parks and beaches washed by the Atlantic, cities with

ancient and contemporary attractions, picturesque medieval villages and ancient castles

surrounded by enchanted forests. Visit Porto, an atmospheric port city, home of the worldfamous

Port wine, the islas Cíes a heavenly atlantic island, Santiago de Compostela, the

ending point of one of the biggest european pilgrimage routes and A Coruña where once

was thought to be the end of the world.

Places visited

Porto

O Porto (in english, "the port") is an ancient city steeped in history and tradition. It is a

highly atmospheric place that has become known for its monuments by renowned

architects (Gustave Eiffel's Dona Maria Bridge, Nicolau Nasoni's Clerigos Tower, Rem

Koolhaas' Casa da Musica, or Siza Vieira's Serralves Museum), but perhaps it is most

well-known for being the city that originated and named Port Wine. Classfied as a World

Cultural Heritage by Unesco, it is home of the most beautifull bookshops and trans stations

in the world.

Guimaraes

As the first capital of Portugal and birthplace of the nation's first king, Guimarães is one of

the country's most historic cities, and its World Heritage medieval streets with

well-preserved monuments make it one of the most attractive places to visit in Portugal.

Cíes Islands

Cies Islands are part of the National Park of the Atlantic Islands located in front of the city

of Vigo, in Galicia. The islands are famous for their wildlife, biodiversity, history and also for

their beautiful landscapes and beaches. In February 2007, the newspaper The Guardian

chose the beach of Rhodes, on the island of Monteagudo, as "the best beach in the world."

These Islands are a place for discover the secrets and leyends of the Atlantic Ocean and

enjoy their beautiful landscapes and beaches.

Santiago de Compostela

This city is the capital of Galicia and was declared a World Heritage City by UNESCO in

1985, in view of its urban beauty and monumental integrity, as well as the profound echoes

of its spiritual significance as an apostolic sanctuary and the destination of the Middle Ages'

most important religious and cultural movement: the Way of St. James pilgrimage.

A Coruña

A Coruña is a busy commercial port of the Atlantic Ocean and the second largest city in

Galicia, in northwestern Spain. Located on a peninsula and surrounded by the ocean, it has

been the point of departure of many different people and cultures. Today, A Coruña is a

A


modern city with beaches, a wide cultural offer, a busy nightlife and about 250,000

habitants .The city is well-known for the roman lighthouse known as Tower of Hercules,

which has been in continuous operation since it was built and that, since June 2009,has

been a UNESCO World Heritage Site.


CompasSU'r Future

AEGEE-Izmir | AEGEE-Çanakkale

From

Type

Thematic category

Theme

Cities visited

Dates

Tuesday, August 13th

Travel Summer University (TSU)

History

Sunway The Unxpected Journey

İzmir, Özdere, Fethiye

Calendar

August

To Tuesday, August 27th

Event fee 180€

Participants 40

M T W T F S S

1 2 3 4

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19 20 21 22 23 24 25

26 27 28 29 30 31

Optional fee 30€

Optional fee used for

Alternative programme

to the optional fee

Aquapark and Yacht Tour

City sightseeing

Event description

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Somewhere in Europea year 2053,

Confirmation

Send copy of the ticket OR pay 100% of the

fee in advance

(A man who is living his last moment and talking to his son)

Lodging Dormitories, Beach camps, Hostels, Gyms

Provided meals Breakfast, dinner

Contact email info aegeeizmir.com

Website http://www.aegeeizmir.com

Facebook http://www.facebook.com/groups/6024...

Coordinator phone (+90)5077467288

University support No

The AEGEEAN: (Takes a deep breath and calls his son to tell a secret ) Son… There is

only one part of my life that I have never told you before. 40 years ago, I would have never

thought that 180 euro( do not forget the 30 euro extra fee, please) could change my life this

much. My story started somewhere not so far from here; it took place in Turkey. Turkey

was not a member of European Union back then. When I was making plans for SU, I saw

Turkey on the list. I realised that I have never ridden a camel, seen a hareem or explored

the oriental culture, so I have choosen AEGEE-İzmir. I was mistaken but my choice was

right. Turkey has surprised me with its sleepless nights, crazy parties, delicious meals and

welcoming people. But that is not the most important part of my story!

Suitable for disabled

participants

No

Son asked: What...? What was the most important part???

Languages used English & Sindebele

Activities

*Olive Oil Dishes

*Wine

*Backpacking

*Morning Gymnastic

*Aqua Park

*Swimming

*Yacht Tour

*Aegean Sea

*Skin Care

*Turkish Bath

*Sand Bath

*Sun Bath

*Mud Bath

*Herbal Life

*Night Life

*The fabulous ambient of Aegean

*Workshops and social activities about Ancient Aegean

Lectures about History,Myths and Legends

Ideal participant

(The Nonideal Participants) :

It is forbidden to be;

(The AEGEEAN saving his last breath for his last words and says: You have to find the

answer yourself. GO!... Go and discover the turquois.

Places visited

Izmir

Izmir, the city which is home to the Temple of Artemis, one of the Seven Wonders of the

Ancient World...

"I am 8,500 years old..." says the city of Homer...

The legendary female warriors, the Amazons, founded Izmir, or Smyrna as it was called in

Ancient Times, according to one story. Alternatively, according to another tale, the Lelegs

established it. The city is located on the Aegean Coast in the west of Turkey, and the city is

the biggest and most important settlement in the Aegean Region. Izmir, which has

managed to modernize whilst preserving its archaeological and historical assets, is an

important trade centre, because of its port. The diversity of activities and resources that

Izmir is able to provide makes it a very attractive area for tourism. It boasts both spas with

healing thermal waters, and the deep blue sea with beaches displaying the safety symbol

of the blue flag.

Izmir resonates with the water and the wind. Benefiting from the breeze from the Aegean

Sea, Izmir enjoys a well-deserved reputation due to sights and ruins such as Bergama

(Pergamon), Çeşme, Foça, Kemalpaşa, Selçuk, Tire and Urla, which are outstanding in

terms of the richness of their natural and historical assets.

It offers visitors many options for a unique holiday experience. Its geographical location

means that Izmir enjoys a Mediterranean climate plus natural beauty, a rich cultural and

historical heritage, beaches, thermal waters and spas. In addition, it boasts a rich cuisine,

featuring grapes, figs, olives, citrus fruits and seafood, as well as the legacies left by


*Boring

*Narrow-minded

*Lazy

*Passive

*Slothful

for compasSU'r future. If you are not, you are invited!!!

Pictures (click to view)

civilizations over thousands of years.

The city, known as "Beautiful Izmir" in Turkey, is located at the start of a long and narrow

gulf, decorated with yachts, passenger ships and gulf steamers. It has a warm climate and

the cooling sea breeze in the summer takes away the burning heat of the sun. Izmir, which

enjoys a special cultural and historical identity, is the third largest city in Turkey. Its port,

located inside the gulf, is the second largest in Turkey. As a lively and cosmopolitan city, it

occupies a significant place in Turkey's cultural life with the International Arts Festival and

International Fair.

The whole of the coastal road is enchanting. The districts of Alsancak and Karşıyaka are

areas offering great opportunities to meet the locals in the many restaurants, cafes and

along walking paths.

Ephesus

One of the seven wonders of the antiquty, Temple of Artemis, at Ephesus

Ephesus was an ancient city on the west coast of Anatolia, near present-day Selcuk, Izmir

Province. The city which was situated at the beginning of the Persian Royal Road has

survived sufficiently enough to enable us to understand the ancient way of life in Ephesus.

It is one of the cities which played an impressive role in the beginnings of Christianity and

during the period of its proliferation (St.John Church and the shrine of the Virgin Mary).

Owing to its wonderful position and associated ports, Ephesos became Anatolia's most

significant trading centre. The Temple of Artemis, which was considered to be one of the

Seven Wonders of the World, is situated on the edge of this small town. The Celsus library,

a theatre, a stadium, a gymnasium, temples and the famous baths are responsible for this

city becoming a sports, religious, cultural and entertainment centre, especially in the

Roman times.

Ölüdeniz

Ölüdeniz is the archetypal picture-postcard beach backed by dramatic pine-clad hills.

Literally translated as 'dead sea', the stunning lagoon is a protected area, ensuring that its

natural beauty is preserved. There is a small entrance charge to use the lagoon beach and

only non-motorised watersports are allowed. The main resort beach is a long stretch of

coarse sand and shingle beach known as Belceğiz. Most of the houses, built in the

traditional local Muğla style, are set back from the beachfront. There is a strip alongside the

seafront promenade with a number of relaxing bars and restaurants, serving local and

international cuisine. Shops stay open well into the night. It is a perfect family resort, great

for a laid-back beach holiday, with plenty of facilities but not too much development. Boats

depart from the bay for trips around the surrounding coast. Paragliding is a big draw with

the descent from the Babadağ mountains to land on Belceğiz beach, rating as one of the

best in the world.

Fethiye

In history Fethiye was known as the "Untouched Virgin of the Lands Lights" and today it is

as if all the magnificence of the entire Mediterranean was concentrated in the bay of

Fethiye: Its islands ,coves, long sandy beaches, and the entire riches of its history and

natural beauty are before yopu to explore .With its excellent seas, highly developed

facilities, and entertainment beyond belief, it is a paradise that caters to your possible

requirement for remarkable holiday. The most impressive ancients ruins, the best sites for

pragliding and water sports, most magnificent bays and beaches come together at Fethiye,

along with mouth watering gastronomy.

Fethiye is a traditional market town set around a beautiful natural harbour. It is a large

centre for scuba diving. Boats depart from here for day trips around the stunning coastline.

The most popular boat trip is the twelve islands boat trip, which is an extremely relaxing

way to spend the day, touring the beautiful coves and islands of the Gulf of Fethiye, with

breaks for lunch and swimming. Life here continues all year around, and recently, many

British nationals have chosen to make this relaxed area their home. There are a number of

hotels in the town itself, which mostly attract older couples, who enjoy the traditional

lifestyle and also like the fact that it is flat and easy to get around. There is a greater variety

of shops in the narrow streets of the bazaar area, Paspatour, offering more competitive

prices than those in any of the resorts. This area is also lively in the evening with a

multitude of Turkish bars and live music. There is no beach in Fethiye itself although there

are hotels which have access to the sea for swimming. Once the site of Telmessos, all that

remains from this ancient city, are the Lycian rock tombs which overlook the modern town,

a couple of Lycian sarcophagi and a small Roman theatre.

Çalış Beach


The nearest beach to Fethiye is Çalış beach, a pebble and coarse sand beach in a beatiful

setting, which can be reached by boat or dolmuş from the town center. The seafront

promenade with its hotels and restaurants is closed to traffic during the summer, making it

safe for children. The resort has expanded around the beach, and has a relaxed feel

popular with families and older couples.


We came. We saw. We SUrvived

AEGEE-Heidelberg

Type

Thematic category

Theme

In cooperation with

Cities visited

Dates

Summer Course (SC)

Sports

Survivaltraining

Professional surviving company

Heidelberg, Rothenburg ob der Tauber,

surrounding areas

Calendar

From

Friday, August 16th

August

To Monday, August 26th

Event fee 110€

Participants 15

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Optional fee 40€

Event description

Optional fee used for

Alternative programme

to the optional fee

Confirmation

Lodging

Provided meals

Course level

Teachers

Professional Survival Training

Non-professional Survivaltraining

Send copy of the ticket AND pay 50% of the

fee in advance

Private hosting + camping

Breakfast, lunch

Beginner

Provider of professional survival training

(ex-paratrooper), boy scouts

Welcome to the Stone Age. No internet, no phone, no newspapers. Challenge

accepted!

We dare you to reach your limits. You think you got 'it'? Prove it! We'll start by

teaching you the necessary skills in a professional survival training before

letting you try to beat Mother Nature by mastering the five elements by

yourself!

* Bend the fire by learning how to control your campfire.

* Compete with water and try not to fall out of your canoe.

* Challenge the air by balancing in breathtaking heights.

* Merge with the earth and build your own shelter.

And discover at the the end of the day what the fifth element is ...

Course

Timetable

Equipment

Orientation, lighting fire, building of shelters

and tools, fishing, obtaining food and water,

overcoming obstacles

3 full days in the beginning, 2-3h each day

afterwards

Backpack, hiking boots, weatherproof

clothes, sleeping bag, camping mattress,

swiss army knife, torch, water bottle

Contact email franz_l gmx.de

Coordinator phone +49 151 44530624

University support

Suitable for disabled

participants

Required special

equipment

Languages used

No

No

tents, bikes, kajaks

English or German

Activities

Hiking

biking

rock climbing

cave exploration

canoeing

climbing park

SURVIVING!

Ideal participant

Our ideal participant is an outgoing, active and sporty person, who is not

afraid to get dirty. If you're able to party hard, even after you spent the


whole day on a bike or on your feet, you're in!


Welcome to the Jungle: (S)ardinia (U)ndo Stress!!!

AEGEE-Cagliari

From

Type

Thematic category

Theme

Cities visited

Dates

Friday, August 16th

Summer Course (SC)

History

Discover nature,culture, traditions, tastes

and smells of our Land.

Cagliari, Sant'Antioco, Ulassai, Furtei,

Villasimius

Calendar

August

To

Tuesday, August 27th

Event fee 110€

Participants 30

Optional fee 40€

Optional fee used for

Alternative programme

to the optional fee

Confirmation

Lodging

Provided meals

Boat trip

Beach

M T W T F S S

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5 6 7 8 9 10 11

12 13 14 15 16 17 18

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26 27 28 29 30 31

Send copy of the ticket AND pay 100% of

the fee in advance

Gym, sleeping bag

Breakfast, dinner

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España

Event description

Millennia ago 'existed a continent called Iknùsa, it was a big continent, beautiful and

populated by humans and animals. One night Zeus, because men rebelled against his

laws, had a fit: waters engulfed the continent, causing the extinction of humans, but they

failed to reach the highest peaks of the mountains on which a battery of brave and strong

animals found shelter and survival.

This land was renamed Sardinia, on its mountains animals gave birth to a civilization during

which time reigned happiness, carefree and fun for a long time.

Course level

Teachers

Course

Beginner

Organizers and professionists.

Non formal education, frontal lessons, tours

held by professional guides, cooking

lessons, dance lesson held by folk group.

Unfortunately, this period was not eternal, and those animals, taken from years of daily

grind and stress finally decided to take a vacation!

So what do you want to do? Will you join us?

Will you be able to survive the Animal Parties in the Sardinian Jungle ?

Timetable At least 11 hours in total.

Equipment notebooks, pens, bags.

Contact email su2013aegeecagliari gmail.com

Website http://www.aegeecagliari.com/summer...

Facebook http://www.facebook.com/WelcomeToTh...

Coordinator phone +39 3490601207

You will visit the most important and representative places of our land, enjoy the beauty of

wild places and the most beautiful sea and beaches in Europe, taste typical food and dance

our dances!

And is not enough: this year we'll have a lot of sport activies creating a good mixture for all

those people who want to visit and discover one of the most attractive islands in the world

and at the same time keep themselves in shape!

What are you waiting for?

University support

Suitable for disabled

participants

Activities

Required special

equipment

Languages used

Yes

No

Trekking shoes, swimsuit

English, Italian

Come to Cagliari, “Undo your Stress” with the "Sardinian Animals" and make your summer

unforgettable!

Pictures (click to view)

-Introduction lecture about AEGEE

-Wildlife excursions

-Green sport activities (trekking, mountain bike, snorkeling)

-Beach sports

-Boat tour (Marine protected area - Villasimius)


-Green trips

-City tour

-Pub crawling

-Theme parties

-Sardinian dances lessons

-Cooking lessons

-Cave trips

-European Night

Ideal participant

We are searching for participants that want to discover our land, that

have good legs for walking and doing sports, and that are able to survive

our parties.


KALAVRÌA:ART SUN FUN !!!

AEGEE-Reggio Calabria | AEGEE-Pisa

Type

Thematic category

Theme

Cities visited

Dates

Summer Course (SC)

Arts & Creativity

Cultural Event

Gioia Tauro,Palmi, Taormina,Reggio

Calabria,Tropea,Palizzi

Calendar

From Sunday, August 18th

To Sunday, September 1st

Event fee 140€

Participants 40

August

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September

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España

Optional fee 40€

Optional fee used for

Alternative programme

to the optional fee

Confirmation

trip to Taormina

Calabrese Language Lesson

Send copy of the ticket AND pay 50% of the

fee in advance

Event description

Do you want to spend your summer under the sun? Do you want to know about Italian

culture?

We are offering you an once in a life time opportunity to spend 15 days in an amazing

place.... Calabria...can’t let you be indifferent!!

Lodging

Provided meals

Course level

Teachers

Course

Timetable

Equipment

Gym,Youth Hostel

Breakfast, lunch

Beginner

Dott.ssa Paola Papasidero - Dott. Guido

Cagnoni - Arch.Claudio Dell'Ammassari-

Prof. Stefano Calogero;

The participants will take part in research on

a part of "history of art", including the

people, places and cultures of our Region.

1ST PART: ANCIENT ART We want Ancient

Art come alive for participants in our

classrooms. The best way to achieve a more

exciting atmosphere about studies is to get

excited and creative. 2ND PART: MODERN

ART We want to stress the differences and

the connection between the first and the

second part of our event. We will practice

the basic principles of design (balance,

unity, movement, rhythm, pattern, contrast

and emphasis).

29 hours in total

Participants are requested to bring their own

camera; during the classes they will be

provided with several useful documents

showing the contents of the lessons and the

various topics examined along the

educational units.

Calabria is in the extreme southwestern region of mainland Italy, right at the tip of the boot.

Participants visiting Calabria can experience medieval villages, unpolluted seas and a

Caribbean climate and, last but not least, its unique genuine cuisine, ancient Greek and

Byzantine ruins and thousands of years old traditions that survive in time.

During these days we will discover the history and culture of this region, we'll visit some

cities important for different aspects: historical, political and artistic. You will visit small cities

like Tropea, Palmi,Gioia Tauro

You'll become brown under our full-sun. Also we'll propose you wine and food tasting,crazy

group games,excursions and parties on the beach with the good company of AEGEE-

Reggio Calabria&Pisa.

Pictures (click to view)

Contact email info aegeereggiocalabria.org

Coordinator phone +393890558232

University support

Suitable for disabled

participants

No

No

Required special

equipment

Sleeping Bag, Mattress, Sun cream, After

sun, Swimming suit

Languages used

English, Italian

Activities

-Cities sightseeing;

-Language workshops;


-Treasure Hunting;

-Archaeological visits;

-Trekking

-Beach Parties;

-Sun Bathing;

-Barbecue;

-European Night;

Ideal participant

-Full of energy

-Open-minded

-Ready for new experiences

-Willing to survive with others for 15 days

-Able to attend all our activities

-Who has endless amounts of good mood and motivation for work and

leisure.

A


Back to Summer Paradise with us!

AEGEE-Agrigento

Type

Thematic category

Theme

Cities visited

Dates

Summer Course (SC)

Other

Italian and Sicilian culture

Agrigento, Salemi, Selinunte, Segesta

Calendar

From Sunday, August 18th

To Tuesday, September 3rd

Event fee 140€

Participants 50

Optional fee 30€

August

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España

Optional fee used for

Trip to Salemi, Selinunte, Segesta

Event description

Alternative programme

to the optional fee

Confirmation

Lodging

Provided meals

Course level

Teachers

Picnic at the beach

Pay 50% of the fee in advance

Hostel, only bring sheets

Breakfast, dinner

Beginner

Professional local teachers

Did you miss the first one? You think that summer is already over and it's making you sad?

Don't worry, we are coming back to share with you two wonderful weeks !

Are you looking forward to swimming in a beautiful sea, dreaming under a blue sunny sky?

Then that's the best place you could ever imagine to spend last summer days and get the

most out of them.

And to combine business with pleasure, you will find out a little bit more about Italian

culture, our own specific gesture, last but not least you'll visit beautiful places.

In the island where the sun shines bright all the year, we are waiting for you to join us in our

Summer Paradise!

Course

Timetable

Equipment

Frontal, workshops

18 per week, 36 in total

All material will be provided

Pictures (click to view)

Contact email suagrigento gmail.com

Coordinator phone +39 3891810002

University support

Suitable for disabled

participants

Required special

equipment

Languages used

No

No

Trekking shoes

English, Spanish, Italian

Activities

- Guided visites

- workshops

- picnics

- outdoor trips and night

Ideal participant

Open-minded, Adventure lovers


SUNSET: SUstainable Nature, Sustainable EntertainmenT

AEGEE-Ankara

Type

Thematic category

Theme

Cities visited

Dates

Travel Summer University (TSU)

Environment

Sustainability

Ankara, Eskişehir, Balıkesir, Çanakkale

Calendar

From Monday, August 19th

To Monday, September 2nd

Event fee 180€

Participants 35

Optional fee 40€

August

M T W T F S S

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5 6 7 8 9 10 11

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September

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Optional fee used for

Turkish bath and laser tag

Event description

Alternative programme

to the optional fee

Confirmation

Lodging

Provided meals

Free time and relaxing

Pay 50% of the fee in advance

Gym, Hostel, dormitories and tents. Sleeping

bag and mattress needed.

Breakfast, lunch

Contact email su13 aegee-ankara.com

Website

Facebook

Coordinator phone +90 5067120866

University support

Suitable for disabled

participants

Activities

swimming

trekking

Languages used

visiting eco-village

interactive workshops

sightseeing

thematic parties

Turkish night

Ideal participant

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Turkish, English

Young people who are energetic, cheerful, fun and easy-going

Young minds who believe in a greener and eco-friendly life style and

want to learn how to start it

Those who care about the future of the nature

And the ones willing to have an amazing summer

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We’re offering you the opportunity to join the most productive TSU of this year! You will

spend amazing 14 days of your summer and at the same time you will learn a lot about

sustainability. Let’s find out if you are ready for our TSU.

Are you eager to do crazy things?

Are you ready to add a new rhythm to your life and shake your body& the world with it?

Are you eager to be productive?

Do you want to make sustainable parties?

Do you want to play an active role in the future of the world?

Nature is asking for your help, will you answer this call?

If your answers are yes, come to Turkey and let the adventure begin!

AEGEE-Ankara invites you to discover the way to make the city life sustainable. We will run

from the green mountains to the blue see. The second big oxygen source of the world is

waiting for you with its magnificent view.

We will learn how to make our own products, you will go home with your own hand-made

products; some will be eatable and some will be usable in the daily life.

We will visit ecovillages and have the amazing experience of living without damaging the

nature.

We will learn a lot about sustainability and how to implement it to our lives.

On theme parties, you can be different person every night; maybe one night you are a

Greek God and one night a zombie. Don’t forget to be careful about vampires at nights,

they can bite you!

But that’s not all. We will also see beautiful cities of Turkey We will be travelling from the

middle to the west part Turkey.

Places visited

Ankara

Ankara is the city where we will start our journey and the capital city of Turkey. It has

numerous antique buildings which come from great history which includes Hittites,

Phrygians, Romans, Macedonians and moreover.

Eskişehir

Eskişehir is one most the most beautiful cities in Turkey, it is famous for its river which is in

the middle of the city. You can take a city tour with traditional boats. There will be a trip to

the park with tale castle, pirate ships and more. Also we will have a great night party over

here!

Ida Mountains

Ida Mountains are the second oxygen source of the world and a good place if you want to

find blue and green together. It’s very easy to find the peace in nature.

Erdek

Erdek is one of the tourism places of Turkey with its ancient history, open-air museum,

clean sea and soft sands. It allows a lot of nature and water sports and gives the


opportunity to photography fans for taking incredible nature pictures. You can combine blue

and green in the same picture. Erdek will be our last stop that we can enjoy sea, sand and

outdoor sports.


On the Way of St. James vol.3: Can you feel the End of the World?

AEGEE-León

Type

Thematic category

Theme

In cooperation with

Cities visited

Dates

Summer Course (SC)

Environment

Green Summer University.Enjoy deep

nature, walking the most famous 1000 years

old route, following 3 rules: reduce, reuse &

recycle

Environmental Working Group, Social

Inclusion Project

León, Astorga, Santiago de Compostela, A

Coruña

Calendar

From

To

Wednesday, August 21st

Wednesday, September

4th

Event fee 140€

Participants 24

Optional fee 35€

Optional fee used for

Alternative programme

to the optional fee

Confirmation

Lodging

Provided meals

Course level

Teachers

Course

September

August

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Surf lessons

Beach games

Send copy of the ticket AND pay 100% of

the fee in advance

Gym, Youth Hostel, Hostel, Special Lodging.

Breakfast, dinner

Beginner

SU organizers and some member of EnWG

Most of the lessons will be outdoors, if our

SC is with Environmental theme is the best

option for us, with the active involvement of

all the participants.

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Event description

Do you want to experience a different and unique Summer University?

AEGEE León has the pleasure to present our SU:

On the way of St. James, vol. 3: “Can you feel the end of the World?”.

We want to repeat the succes of last years... but in a better way! Is that possible? Fifteen

days full of activities, cultural visits and nature

In this SU, we will visit several cities in the province of León, and walk about 100 km of the

Way of St. James departing from Sarria. At the end, we will arrive to Santiago de

Compostela, and we will spend some days getting to know the culture, traditions and

costums from Galicia, and also visiting the city of A Coruña, where we will be able to rest

from the long walking route.

What is The Stars’ Route? The discovery of the Tomb of the Apostle St. James the Greater

at the beginning of the 9th century soon brought about a stream of travellers making the

pilgrimage to the site, which is today the city of Santiago de Compostela. From the middle

of the 20th century, the Way of St. James has been experiencing an international rebirth,

which combines its spiritual and socio-cultural tradition with its ability to attract the tourists,

and it comes across as a new meeting place opened to all kinds of people and cultures.

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Timetable 30 hours in total, about 16h per week (2h

per day)

Equipment

We will provide all the equipment and

materials for the lessons.

Contact email su2013ontheway gmail.com

Coordinator phone +34659563406

University support

Yes

Suitable for disabled

participants

Suitable for:

-Blind participants.

-There will be an organizer responsible for

the disability aspect during the SU.

Required special

equipment

Languages used

Sleeping bag

English and Spanish

Activities

•Cultural visits (León, Astorga, Santiago de Compostela and A Coruña)

•History and Cultural Lessons. Visit historical museums.

•Walk and contact with nature.

•Watersports.

•Biking

•Traditional parties and workshops about food habits, traditional music

and dancing.


Ideal participant

We want very motivated people, interested on a different and special

Summer University. If you are a true adventurer, nature and culture lover,

if you can travel and live only with your backpack, you like challenges,

you have group spirit and you are able to wake up every morning with

your batteries fully charged and your legs ready to walk a little bit more

through the most beautiful landscapes, this is your Summer University!


InTeRlingual Discovery 2

AEGEE-Tekirdag

Type

Thematic category

Theme

Cities visited

Dates

Summer Course (SC)

Language

Thracian Culture

Tekirdağ, Edirne

Calendar

From

Monday, September 2nd

September

To Sunday, September 15th

Event fee 130€

Participants 20

Optional fee 40€

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Optional fee used for

Paragliding from Ucmakdere

Event description

Alternative programme

to the optional fee

Confirmation

Trip to the historical sites of Edirne

Send copy of the ticket in advance

Summer is coming! Are you ready to see the Turkish part of Thrace? We're going to learn

the ''easy'' Turkish language in an exotic shore of Turkey. What about the Turkish meals?

Drinks? Culture and stereotypes? We're going to discover both together.

Lodging

Provided meals

Course level

Teachers

Course

Timetable

Equipment

Gym or student dormitories

Breakfast, lunch

Beginner

Yagiz Gemicioglu, Berk Gemicioglu

Turkish lessons will be given interactive by

slideshows in the modern private

classrooms for the participants

20 hours per week, 40 hours in total

Notebooks and pens

-Conferences about the culture and languages,

-Trips to the cultural and historical sites,

-Traditional foods and drinks,

-Folk dances,

-Paragliding (optional).

-Movie shows.

Contact email aegeetekirdagsu gmail.com

Facebook

Coordinator phone +905396805986

University support

Suitable for disabled

participants

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Yes

No

-An exotic camping weekend.

We're waiting for you to discover languages and cultures with a lot of fun. Thrace awaits

you!

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Required special

equipment

Languages used

Sleeping bag and matress

English

Activities

-Language classes.

-Conversation clubs.

-Trips to the museums (and to the historical places).

-Dance workshop.

-Beach and swimming.

-Camping.

-Paragliding (optional).


-Movie shows.

Ideal participant

Culture lover, multilingual, smiley, energic and enthusiastic.

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