European Young Engineers
The voice of young engineers in Europe
European Young Engineers (EYE) is an international non-profit organization that represents more than 350.000 young engineers from all different disciplines
The European Young Engineers aims to be the voice of young engineers in Europe.
Form the voice of the young engineers in Europe, make it heard and get into dialogue with important stakeholders.
Foster collaboration between engineers in Europe, be the leading platform for young engineers, gather the required resources and make the work visible.
What’s All About European Young Engineers?
More than a organization
We are more than just an organization, we are an international family.
We work together and share our experience of our passion and our life.
Meet us at the conferences and work with us within the management team!
Get inspired by the network
Our network consists out of some of the most impressive entrepreneurs, innovators, scientist and highly qualified engineering professionals from all different disciplines and backgrounds. Get inspired!
Being part of our network opens a world of new connections to you that can help and support you. Become now part of this network and benefit on both a professional and personal level.
Who we are
European Young Engineers (EYE) is a membership organisation for young engineers of all disciplines within the European Higher Educaton Area (EHEA).
Founded in 1994, EYE has been organising conferences for over 25 years to bring young engineers together so that they may share their knowledge and experience, and gain an insight into living and working abroad.
EYE is composed of 26 member associations, which are a combination of national engineering associations, student organisations and grassroots young engineers’ groups. Through their membership any individual who is a member of such an association may be considered a European Young Engineer and is able to participate in the community and attend conferences.
EYE also brings together representatives from each member association, offering opportunities to share best practices of running a young engineers’ association either individually or as part of a national engineering association. EYE therefore has benefits not just for the young engineers, but for association leaders and staff who can leverage EYE membership to help develop and improve their own associations.
EYE @ Online Conference 9th of May 2020
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