Important dates and fees
Event: August 5th – 11th
– Norway, Switzerland, Netherlands, Ireland, Austria, Sweden, Germany, Denmark, Iceland, Belgium, Finland, France, Andorra, San Marino, Italy, Spain, Malta, Slovenia and United Kingdom have to pay 100 € as a student or 125 € as a non-student.
– Czech Republic, Cyprus, Portugal, Slovakia, Greece, Lithuania, Estonia, Poland, Hungary, Latvia, Croatia, Turkey, Romania, Belarus, Russia, Bulgaria, Montenegro, Serbia, Macedonia, Albania, Kosovo, Ukraine, Moldova, Bosnia have to pay 75 € as a student or 100 as a non-student.
All applicants are to be 18 (eighteen years or above) and should be in possession of their traveling passports.
Admission fee includes field trips (transportation to and from the campsite); food (breakfast, lunch and dinner) and access to camping site. All you need is a tent, a sleeping bag, extra clothes and hygiene supplies. Have enough money to cover your travel expenses to / from the campsite, additional food and beverages and other personal needs. You can find more detailed information by pressing here.
Topic for presentations:
Everyone, willing to participate and present their topics, is free to register.
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Official EUGEN website is https://europeangeosciencestude.apps-1and1.net . It contains general information on what EUGEN is about. Also, official registration is held via official EUGEN website.
What is EUGEN?
EUGEN is the abbreviation for the “EUropean GEosciences students Network”. The main goal of the EUGEN association is to organize annual meetings in Europe for geoscience students from all over the world. The name “EUGEN” has become a synonym for this meeting. The idea of EUGEN was born in the summer of 1995 during the national meeting of German geology students. The very first EUGEN meeting 1996 turned out to be an instant success: about 120 students of earthscience related subjects from 18 universities representing 9 European nations met in the Black Forest region in southwest Germany. Since then, the EUGEN meeting has happened every year, always in a different part of Europe.
What do we do at an EUGEN-meeting?
The EUGEN meeting takes place in the first week of August and last a whole week. The program usually contains three days of geological fieldtrips, organized by the local hosts (students of geology) in league with their university professors and/or national geological survey. One day is reserved for some sightseeing trips to interesting local destinations. Talks and presentations from members of participating universities and supporting organizations are also part of the program. Last, but not least the tradition calls for one afternoon to be dedicated to the famous “Geolympics” – a team competition in highly entertainable fun-sport games. Well, that is only the official program schedule. The main goal of course is to have a lot of fun, get to know the regional geology and chat with colleagues from all across the world. So chances are set for acquiring international contacts that may even prove to be profitable in regard of professional and scientific exchange. Don’t miss your lifetime opportunity!