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ANNUAL CONFERENCE

The IAESTE Annual Conference marks the most important and largest event in the global IAESTE calendar. It is the only time in the year, when delegations from all 80+ Member Countries meet – in person, online or hybrid.

The year 2021 marked a milestone in the IAESTE history, triggered by the pandemic, for the first time the entire conference was held in an online only format and gathered 700 participants from all over the world for an entire week.

In 2022 we organised for the very first time a hybrid IAESTE Annual Conference, allowing in person participants and online participants to interact in between each other.

2023 sets another milestone in the IAESTE history, with celebrating our 75th Anniversary with the aim to gather the entire IAESTE community again in person.

Past Annual Conferences

2022 – Hybrid | Vienna | Austria
2021 – Online | Broadcast from Austria
2020 – Tatranska Lomnica | Slovakia
2019 – Limassol | Cyprus
2018 – Berlin | Germany
2017 – Incheon | South Korea
2016 – Prague | Czech Republic
2015 – Zagreb | Croatia
2014 – Quito | Ecuador
2013 – Belfast | United Kingdom
2012 – Skopje | North Macedonia

2011 – Bangkok | Thailand
2010 – Zurich | Switzerland
2009 – Warsaw | Poland
2008 – Dead Sea | Jordan
2007 – Lisbon | Portugal
2006 – Marsascala | Malta
2005 – Cartagena | Colombia
2004 – Vienna | Austria
2003 – Bangkok | Thailand
2002 – Trondheim | Norway

2001 – Durban | South Africa
2000 – Washington DC | United States
1999 – Tokyo | Japan
1998 – Cardiff | United Kingdom
1997 – Barcelona | Spain
1996 – Copenhagen | Denmark
1995 – Athens | Greece
1994 – Mexico City | Mexico
1993 – Cork | Ireland
1992 – Bonn | Germany

1991 – Nicosia | Cyprus
1990 – Sao Paulo | Brazil
1989 – Graz | Austria
1988 – Stockholm | Sweden
1987 – Budapest | Hungary
1986 – Lisbon | Portugal
1985 – Istanbul | Turkey
1984 – Montpellier | France
1983 – Vienna | Austria
1982 – Tokyo | Japan

1981 – Murren | Switzerland
1980 – Trondheim | Norway
1979 – Dublin | Ireland
1978 – Amsterdam | Netherlands
1977 – London | United Kingdom
1976 – Dubrovnik | Yugoslavia
1975 – Salzburg | Austria
1974 – (West) Berlin | (West) Germany
1973 – MS Finlandia | Finland
1972 – Barcelona | Spain

1971 – Copenhagen | Denmark
1970 – Lisbon | Portugal
1969 – Paris | France
1968 – Athens | Greece
1967 – Lausanne | Switzerland
1966 – Warsaw | Poland
1965 – Haifa | Israel
1964 – Lucern | Switzerland
1963 – Munich | (West) Germany
1962 – London | United Kingdom

1961 – Rome | Italy
1960 – Belgrade | Yugoslavia
1959 – Istanbul | Turkey
1958 – Madrid | Spain
1957 – Bad Aachen | (West) Germany
1956 – Trondheim | Norway
1955 – Vienna | Austria
1954 – Stockholm | Sweden
1953 – Zurich | Switzerland
1952 – Delft | Netherlands

1951 – Paris | France
1950 – Helsinki | Finland
1949 – Copenhagen | Denmark
1948 – London | United Kingdom