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Check here all the answers related to any issue may arise to your communication with the different AIESEC representatives and how to raise a complaint.
Raising A Complaint
A complaint is a statement that demonstrates something is unsatisfactory or unacceptable. In terms of AIESEC, we provide multiple services such as accommodation, follow up, communication, etc. while this is a very uncommon occurrence, we appreciate that unexpected issues may arise regarding any of our services provided or delivered. Therefore, we welcome feedback or complaint directed by our customers, and through this article, you will know how and when to complain. AIESEC has the responsibil
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In AIESEC, the whole exchange program documentation and authorization goes through our website aiesec.org. At the beginning of your internship, firstly, you need to: Add your details. Then apply for projects. Once you get selected for a project, then start your journey. In the project's opportunity profile on our website, the page should contain the responsible for the project; you can always reach out to this person regarding any doubt. Our policies ensure you are always in contact wit
Will I Have An AIESECer Responsible For Me In The Country Of My Exchange?
Yes, you will be assigned an "EP buddy or Manager" who will assist you with your day-to-day errands once you are in the Country for exchange till your way back home. You can always look up to your EP buddy in case of any doubts or help that you require. An EP buddy is an important resource provided to you by the Host AIESEC entity, in case if you aren't assigned an EP buddy even after reaching the Country for exchange, you can contact your AIESEC manager back home and inform them about the same
Issues Contacting Your AIESEC Home Office
Communication is the key to success in any occurrence; if one half is not fulfilling that part, the succession might not happen. There are a few steps that can be done to reach AIESEC home: Approach the AIESEC office in your host country responsible for the situation; they will push the communication. IF it is not enough, ask for the National level’s help to approach them, They will reach AIESEC Home’s National level. If it is still not enough, you can ask for the [Entity Control Board](
Issues Contacting Your AIESEC Host Office
AIESEC always ensures frequent communication with our exchange participants through different touchpoints before, during, and after the exchange. the AIESEC office in your host country needs to inform you regarding: How the application is going. After the exchange participant gets approved, sending all the required information regarding the Visa procedures. If there is any problem, the AIESEC office in your host country needs to be available to solve the problem once reported and communic