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I believe that EESTEC is complementary to the official education provided by the university. You get to learn a lot of things from organising an event to managing teams to achieve a goal. Additionally, you share your experiences with other like minded people, so in the end you make some good friends. It offers a great chance to learn and experience things in a European level in such a young age.

I was involved for several years in the activities organised by EESTEC, but I believe that the most significant position within LC Athens for me was that of a trainer. That meant that along with other EESTEC trainers, we were organising soft skills trainings in a variety of topics, like Leadership skills, team management, creative thinking etc.

Just wanted to meet people from all around Europe, get to meet them, understand and appreciate their way of thinking.

The last few years, graduates of ECE have a variety of fields they can work on. These include (but are not limited to), computer science related jobs (programmer, web developer, hardware engineer, etc), analysts, technology consultants.

The department has a significant amount of courses closely related to Maths, Physics, so a strong background is required. Also, the program in NTUA focuses more on learning patterns in the problems an engineer need to solve rather than getting to know the x/y technology you will need for a job. So, if for instance you want to become a web developer and you are absolutely sure about it, then maybe this department is not the ideal place. However, personally I gained a lot from learning to recognise the patterns and the broader perspective of a problem.