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  • What makes AIESEC unique is the youth driven impactful experience that it offers to its members. AIESEC is run by youth for youth, enabling a strong experience to all stakeholders. An AIESEC experience includes being a part of a global learning environment, leadership opportunities and international internships.
    AIESEC is the world's largest student‐run organisation. Focused on providing a platform for youth leadership development, AIESEC offers young people the opportunity to be global citizens, to change the world, and to get experience and skills that matter today.
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  • “AIESEC Malaysia Go Exchange! Programme (GEP) is designed for students and recent graduates from Malaysia and 107 other countries and territories from across the globe. GEP gives each year more than 7000 students and recent graduates an opportunity to go abroad and live the life changing experience, where cultural understanding and professional experience come together. ”
    A total of 6 highly dynamic Go Exchange! Programmes are designed to fulfil the needs of Malaysian youths! From volunteering in social issues to working in multinational companies, we have it all!
  • An internship can last from 6 up to 78 weeks. The intern might work in one of the four areas:
    • Development Internship: Volunteering on issues such as cultural differences, child rights, environment education, HIV/AIDS education, youth development, rural area development. (duration: 6-12 weeks);
    • Management Internship: Having an internship in business administration, economics, marketing, HR, finance and other management related issues. (duration: 3-18 months);
    • Technical Internship: internships related to management and development in web, software, networks, and databases, plus some engineering. (duration: 6-18 months);
    • Educational Internship: internships related to promotion, curriculum development, teaching, and counselling in the education sector. (duration: 6-12 months).
  • Go to the new world of next centuries! China is a cultural region, an ancient civilization, and an awakening dragon! Step into one of the world's most historical and fastest growing country! You will be amazed by the breadth and depth a country with 5000 years civilisation can show you! Be part of a diverse and dynamic team aiming to make a difference in areas such as HIV/AIDS, environmental sustainability, entrepreneurship, cultural understanding and much more! The exchange opportunity in China is as diverse and as colourful as its history. Experience the fastest-growing economics the world has witnessed in recent years by living there yourself.
    What is the greatest blessing for a tech lover if not the opportunity to handle and solve highly challenging technical assignments? Find yourself an invaluable 1 to 1.5 year technical internship and go abroad to work on it through AIESEC. A life-changing experience like you'd never imagine before, propelling you further in your career as a globally connected IT professional.
  • Why not start nearby our blessed Asia? Explore Asia Pacific countries such as Taiwan, Indonesia, Vietnam, Cambodia for 6-12 weeks to make a stance in alerting social issues like child rights, environment, education, HIV/AIDS, youth development and rural area development. Lend a helping hand to better improve the quality of life in this region and at the same time, learn about the differences of our neighbouring countries! You will be amazed they are so near yet so far!
    Dream big and want to start afar? Look no further. Explore Europe! Is an international volunteer programme in European countries at the other end of the world such as Poland, Russia, Ukraine and Turkey. You get the opportunity not only to travel Europe but to contribute to social development in this beautiful region - on issues such as HIV/AIDS, social entrepreneurship, cultural understanding, sustainable development, and many more!
  • Potentially the world largest and most diverse cultural melting pot, India is where you can write a journal of eye opening and breath taking exchange experience! Just like its awesomely diverse culture and population, The Go India! Programme encompasses a wide spectrum of internship! You get your choice of working with multinational companies such as TATA Consultancy Services or to contribute various social development programmes! Don't forget to see the TajMahal while supporting the community as a volunteer or an intern in one of the numerous companies.
    Education is the solutions to virtually all problems! Play your part in education for the betterment of tomorrow. Be empowered in drafting and delivering learning syllabus for educational institutions and universities or teach your favourite languages like English, Malay, Chinese, Spanish, and many others! Share your knowledge abroad be warned to be overwhelmed by the rich and intense experience along your Go Exchange! journey.
  • Step 1 : Selection & Application
    After joining and understanding AIESEC, you can apply for an exchange participant review board (EPRB) which the panellists will evaluate your experiences and motivation for going on an AIESEC exchange. Our EPRB happens all year round - You can contact your nearest local committee or event calendar for upcoming ones!
     The selection process aims to ensure that everyone participating in an AIESEC exchange is suitable and will have a positive experience while on exchange. It is comprised of exchange participant review board (EPRB): a board that will interview you to assess your suitability to become an exchange participant in several areas.
  • Step 2 : Matching
    By this stage you have been through the selection process and have become an official AIESEC exchange participant (EP). Now you are able to start being matched to a suitable internship.
    Normally a exchange manager will be assigned to you to facilitate your matching process. A matching process takes a minimum of 2 weeks to 3 months depending on your internship type as well as your preferences. Typically, development internship is the fastest compared to other internship type. 
  • Step 3 : Preparation
    This step happens before leaving for your exchange experience. It consists of areas such as:
    Logistical preparation: Ensuring that you are physically and legally prepared to work in another country.
    Community Involvement: To help you gain an understanding of issues facing the world and your own community.
    Direct Country preparation: Preparation on the country you will be going to and also culture shock management.
    AIESEC preparation: Providing you with knowledge about the exchange program and the roles of various entities.
    The preparation step is critically important to ensure that you are ready to make the most out of your experience in a personal and professional sense. We also see it as an important part in ensuring that the people participating in the exchange program understand their responsibilities and the role that they play in fulfilling AIESEC's vision.
  • Step 4 : Go Exchange!
    Yay! You are on your way to a whole new journey in life! Upon arriving at your destination, AIESEC members in your host chapter provide support in receiving you, getting logistically setup while providing opportunities for cultural and social activities.  They will also provide you with much more information on what to expect during your internship experience and what kind of involvement you can have with AIESEC and the local environment while you are on your exchange experience in a new country. 
  • Step 5 : Re-Integration
    Wow, welcome home hero! Lost track of what happened in Malaysia? No worries!
    AIESEC supports you in making the readjustment process when you return home. We hope that your experience opens up a world of opportunities to create a better society for us all. Apart from that, now that you have lived the an exchange journey, It will be awesome to join and continue AIESEC by taking up leadership positions in the local committees!
  • see the world
    THROUGH YOUR EYES
    AIESEC’s Go Exchange Programme offers you unparallel work abroad opportunity in more than 107 countries and territories for 6 weeks up to 72 weeks.
    From volunteering in social issues to work in world’s largest corporations , we have different programs to cater for your unique needs.
    SO WHAT ARE YOU WAITING FOR??
  • For more information,
    Please visit www.aiesec.my
    or
    contact
    MuslihudeenAbdulrazaq
    Vice President of Outgoing Exchange
    muslih.abdulrazaq@aiesec.net
    + 6017 4331702
    Interested to go on exchange? You can register yourself through online application now!
    Learn best through experience
    Do you know the difference between education and experience? Education is when you read the fine print; experience is what you get when you don't. -Pete Seeger -