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10 basic information about AIESEC
9. Affiliation with third parties under corporate law
The German Committee of AIESEC e.V. is part of the international association of AIESEC, AIESEC International Inc. based in Montreal, Canada.
We are also a member of the Association of German Student Initiatives. V. (VDSI).
The VDSI is an association of thirteen of the largest student initiatives in Germany.
The AIESEC Germany alumni are also part of our sister organization "AIESEC Alumni Germany e.V." organized.
AIESEC Germany was funded by:
- the Federal Foreign Office through project funding of € 220,000
- the German Academic Exchange Service in the amount of € 120,285 (in the form of grants for exchange participants)
In addition, the members of the National Supporting Advisory Board (NFB) support the association with € 12,500 each:
- BASF SE
- Bearing Point GmbH
- CLAAS KGaA mbH
- Deutsche Bahn AG
- MLP Finanzberatung SE
- Phoenix Contact GmbH & Co. KG
- PriceWaterhouseCoopers GmbH
- Robert Bosch GMBH
- The SR Group GmbH
- Uniwunder GmbH
- Volkswagen AG (Volkswagen Commercial Vehicles)
- Vodafone Germany
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