ESTIEM (European Students of Industrial Engineering & Management) on THT

ESTIEM is a non-profit student organization which represents more than 50 000 students in 26 countries and is the only European-wide network linking 68 universities, for example Stockholm, Berlin, Brussels and Ankara, that have Industrial Engineering and Management (IEM) or alike departments. We see the added value to include your university into our network.

What can ESTIEM offer to you?

ESTIEM offers students the possibility to develop their professional and personal skills while working on topics related to our field of study, such as business engineering, European trends, ethics, leadership and sustainability. ESTIEM organises over 80 events every year all over Europe. All events are organised by students for other students.

On the one hand we offer events to improve study related skills such as working under deadline, group work and professional attitude for example in business case solving. On the other hand we offer events to improve our personal skills such as giving presentations, group dynamic and time management in training events.

Working in an international environment, thus excelling at international communication and networking with students from similar study programs throughout Europe, are fundamental benefits of ESTIEM.

For more information, please visit www.estiem.org

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