AIESEC Global Mobility Program
• Presentation – Organization
• Presentation – AIESEC
• Global Mobility Program
Alex Lau, Wilma Loyatum, Bobby Tang, Peter Masters
AIESEC: Global Mobility Programs
What is ?
• Unique and continuously growing global network helping high potential
graduates discover and develop their potential.
• Unique platform for organisations to connect with and source truly global,
• Leading youth driven organisation.
• Global, non-political, non-profit.
• To interact and source high-potential university students and
graduates from all over the world through our exchange
programs, conferences, and virtual communication tools.
– The Network:
55,000 committed & passionate members
(students / recent graduates)
1,100 University Campuses
110 Countries & Territories in 5 Continents
Australia– The Network:
(students and recent graduates)
14 Local Chapters
• ANU • AU
• UNSW • Flinders
• USYD • Curtin
• UTS • UWA
• Macquarie • UQ
• UMelb • QUT
What do we offer?
- Access top talent through our internship
program which is spread across 110 countries and
more then 1100 universities world wide
- Cost effective recruitment for short to long term
Our Global Mobility Program
• Experts in Logistics – Visa management,
The AIESEC Difference arrangement of accommodation, Australian
introduction & integration.
• Flexibility – Internships span any time
between 1.5 to 12 months, and can be
arranged to start at any point in the year.
• Youth – All members are between the ages of
•Leadership •Global and 18 and 30, and bring with them perspective
Diversity and energy.
•Functional • Global Network – 107 Countries worldwide
Skills •Self-Awareness • Business Mindset – Leadership roles provide
AIESECers with experience in running and
•Effectiveness •Proactive managing a business.
How can we guarantee quality?
International standards and guidelines
Strict recruitment process
The employers have the final say
60 years of experience
Your organization decides:
Duration of the internship (6 to 52 weeks)
Other pertinent qualifications
Roles in a potential relationship
Sourcing top talent from a global Provide challenging project
Facilitate Reception & Interview pre-screened candidates
Integration Process (includes VISA, Pay salary and administration
housing, etc.) fee.
Providing cross-cultural skills
and preparation for the chosen
communication and evaluation of
What does it cost?
What does your company get?
Business Development and External relations
team are dedicated to your account
Single point of contact for co-ordination and
Logistical support “pre, during and post”
delivery of intern
Partnership with AIESEC University of Queensland
The University of
Partner of the Global Mobility Program
- The Office of Undergraduate Education Total number of interns: 9
at UQ is responsible for the student
Sushila Chang, Director of the Office of
- As new office they needed to be able to
Undergraduate Education at the University
connect with students on campus to
of Queensland says:
be able to deliver the office’s mission.
“As a new office in UQ, we really needed
- By providing technical skill and a someone who could move the office
youth perspective, AIESEC was able to forward. Our AIESEC intern, Nico, had
assist in the office’s web the skills we badly needed and has been
development/communication strategy. involved in everything we do.”
Example of partners
• What is AIESEC?
• Global Mobility Program
• Benefits and Quality Assurance
• Good case example – University of Queensland
Contacts and Follow-Up of the meeting:
Alex Lau – Business Development and External Relations Director
0403 203 975
Bobby Tang – Business Development and External Relations
0431 853 383
Wilma Cheruto Loyatum – President 2011
0425 325 672
Peter Masters – AIESEC Australia Vice President Incoming Exchange
email@example.com AIESEC: Global Mobility Program
0426 336 163