Euroavia Athens
Association of Greek Aerospace students (Athens)
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Welcome to Euroavia Athens!

What is EUROAVIA?

EUROAVIA is the European Association of Aerospace Students, founded in 1959 and present in 30 cities in 17 European countries, with a total of about 1500 members. It aims to stimulate contacts between students and the aerospace industry, offer opportunities of acquaintance and exchange among students from different countries and represent European aerospace students at an international level.

Being a non-political, non-profit association, EUROAVIA is managed exclusively by students with its various activities being financed through membership fees and support of organisations and agencies. Particular projects are financed by sponsors and participation fees. EUROAVIA’s local and international activities include workshops, lectures, Fly-ins, Symposia, Design Contest and air show presences. You can find out more by visiting the EUROAVIA International Home Page at www.euroavia.net orwww.euroavia.eu

How can I become a member of EUROAVIA ATHENS?

If you are a Student (not at all a prerequisite) and you are interested in becoming a member, contact the President via E-Mail. A meeting will be arranged for you.
There is a small membership fee (10 Euro) for which you receive EUROAVIA’s quarterly Magazine EUROAVIA News. You may print and prepare the REGISTRATION FORM.

About the National Technical University of Athens? (NTUA)

 

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NTUA is the oldest and most prestigious educational institution of Greece in the field of technology, and has contributed unceasingly to the country’s scientific, technological and economic development since its foundation in 1836. It is closely linked with Greece’s struggle for independence, democracy and social progress. In Greek, NTUA is called the “Ethnicon Metsovion Polytechnion” which stands for National Metsovion Polytechnic. It was named “Metsovion” to honor the benefactors from Metsovo, a small town in the region of Epirus, who made substantial donations in the last half of the 19th century. At this time NTUA is divided into nine academic Faculties, eight being for the engineering sciences, including architecture, and one for the general sciences.