Electrical Engineering Students’ European Association is an apolitical, non-governmental and non-profit organization which targets and trains through its activities students from electrical profile Universities, Institutes and Technical Schools in Europe. The association was founded in The Netherlands, in 1986. Nowadays, EESTEC is present in 28 countries and in over 50 universities across Europe with over 4000 members of whom 3000 are currently active, and indirectly, EESTEC is addressing all students in the faculties that EESTEC exists. The association is represented by three types of local branches: Observers, Junior Local Committees and Local Committees.


EESTEC creates opportunities for students to reach their potential in academic, professional and social life.


Be an engineer. Improve yourself. Travel.

That is our mission. We offer our members professional competence, soft skills and international networking possibilities through various events and programmes that EESTEC organises.

Work on application driven projects on our academic workshops. Improve your soft skills in every possible way through our training system. Travel throughout Europe and get to learn the different cultures and nations on this beautiful continent. Get to know brilliant young engineers from all across Europe and establish important contacts both from prestigious universities as well as major companies.


International events

They are organised by EESTEC Local Committees in 50+ cities and 28 countries in Europe. These include: EESTEC Workshops, Exchanges, IMWs (International Motivational Weekend), EESTEC Congress and much much more.

Local events

We usually meet every second Wednesday at 18:30h in the EIKON tower (room 1922A, second floor) at TUM. We discuss upcoming projects, internal affairs and events organized by other branches. You are welcome to join us!


LC Munich ist seit 1999 Mitglied der EESTEC Familie, damals noch als Teil der Fachschaft Elektrotechnik und Informationstechnik der TU München, und seit wenigen Jahren sogar als eigenständiger Verein. Der Verein ist gemeinnützig und richtet sich primär an Elektrotechnik- und Informatikstudenten. Neben jährlich stattfindenden Workshops zu Themen wie Micro- und Nanoelectronics, sowie Softskillworkshops, haben internationale EESTECer auch die Chance, die bayrische Kultur während des Oktoberfests erleben und entdecken zu dürfen. Auf internationaler Ebene hatte der LC Munich 2013 die Ehre den EESTEC Congress zu organisieren. Dabei kamen Vertreter aller Local Committees in München zusammen, um die wichtigsten Fragen und Entscheidungen zu diskutieren und zu beschließen.

LC Munich is a part of EESTEC since 1999. It acts as an independent organisation at the Technical University of Munich (TUM) since 2013…..

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