From the very start, the word "culture" has played a substantial role in all our decisions and activities. That is why, we believe that the Cultural Committee is the one who builds the connections between all of us since through events such as the "Language Cafe" or the famous "Pub Quiz" we succeeded to share small but significant parts of culture from all over Eastern Europe in order to create our own!
If you believe that organizing events showcasing the Eastern European culture is your passion or you are simply curious to discover customs, traditions and many other things from Eastern Europe, then what are YOU waiting for? Apply and become a Committee member! ... See MoreSee Less
Recruitment time is NOW so let us help you in your decision regarding which Committee you should apply for!
First stop in your virtual adventure of discovering the main "components" of EESA is...CITY TRIP Committee!
We strongly believe that this academic year will be full of wonderful experiences, one of them will be (for sure) the already acclaimed city trip. As part of this one of a kind Committee you will be in charge of organizing and making sure that everything from the accommodation arrangements to the activities during the trip to so many other tasks go as smooth as possible.
Last year, the City Trip gave us the opportunity to taste the Polish culture from up close. We can assure you that it was a fantastic experience and we are so excited to do it all over again.
The question is: are you up to the challenge to organize an amazing 4 day amazing trip? THEN APPLY and become a member of this Committee! ... See MoreSee Less
Today is the last day when you can become part of the EESA family for FREE. From Monday on, the membership fee will be 5 euros. So what are you waiting for? Press the above "Sign Up" button and come to our diversity of events that will make your student life more enjoyable! ... See MoreSee Less
Dear all, My name is Kate Rodionova, I am 23 years old and I am currently doing my Masters in Supply Chain Management. I am also the President of EESA. As the President, my job is tricky - I have to be the face of EESA, representing it in official meetings and social events. My main responsibilities also include developing and executing the strategy for the year, being constantly informed about EVERYTHING going on inside and outside the association, and coordinating all the committees. Luckily, I have an amazing team, who are all motivated to reach the goals of EESA and are always willing to help. EESA is an association that gives a lot of room for improvisation and action to all of its active members, so if you are up for a challenge and want to make a difference, join us for a chat this Wednesday at 20:30 in Eetcafe Concordia! ... See MoreSee Less