Board of European Students of Technology (BEST) is an international, non-governmental, non-political, non-profit student organisation comprising 94 Local BEST Groups (LBGs) in 32 countries around Europe with more than 4800 active members.
BEST strives for empowered diversity by developing students of technology through complementary education, career support and involvement of the European learning system. By creating the opportunities for students to meet and learn from one another through academic or non-academic events and educational symposia, BEST endeavors the development of a more internationally open minded conscience, encouraging their mobility and intercultural relationship and communication.
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