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OGX knowledge

Ho ho ho here we go :* There you will find questions mainly related to XPP (not including the newest updates that will be confirmed in the next international conference). Read XPP before you start this test otherwise most likely it will be useless. Hope that all of the questions are clear and all of your answers will be right! Good luck, girls! <3

published on March 2010 responses 0

What does SE mean and what it is responsible for?

Sending entity - AIESEC office responsible for outgoing part of exchange
Sending entity - AIESEC office responsible for incoming part of exchange
Sending entity - company/organization that signed an Exchange contract with AIESEC

What is the aim of Exchange Programme?

it is a practical working and learning experience for the EP to become more self-aware and to earn some money.
It is a practical working and learning experience for the EP to become self-aware, solution
driven, responsible for the world and to be able to empower others in a foreign cultural environment.
It is a practical working and learning experience for the EP to become self-aware, solution
driven, responsible for the world, to be able to empower others and with the aim to ensure career in particular foreign company.

The Main Deliverables of the Exchange Programme are:

Select the three correct answers
Solely an opportunity for the EP to earn money
Interaction with a different social and cultural environment with a view to gaining intercultural competencies
Acting as a permanent career placement or recruitment opportunity
Opportunity to contribute to personal and professional life goals
Development of theoretical and practical leadership skills

To qualify as an EP a person must:

Select the two correct answers
Be at the latest within three (3) years after completing a full time AIESEC position AND at the age of 30 or under
Be at the latest within two (2) years after obtaining his/her last tertiary degree AND be under the age of 29
Be at the latest within two (2) years after obtaining his/her last tertiary degree AND at the age of 30 or under
Be at the latest within three (3) years after completing a full time AIESEC position AND under the age of 29

Is the statement true of false?
EP can have an exchange in any entities in which they have lived for more than two (2) years in the last ten (10) years.

True
False

When a person has a right to apply to AIESEC exchange programme?

Select the two correct answers
If he/she has yet/ever been enrolled with a tertiary education provider
If he/she previously violated the XPP
If he/she cannot legally travel abroad independently
If he/she does not demonstrate language proficiency in English and/or any other language necessary for an exchange
If he/she demonstrates understanding of the purpose of the Exchange Programme the applicant is applying for

To qualify as a OP Taker a company/organisation must:

Select the three correct answers
Be legally registered company/organisation in the territory of operations
It has been recognized by an authoritative AIESEC entity and/or the ICB as having previously broken the XPP
Be able to provide an adequate working environment to ensure the EP is not being discriminated by race, colour,
gender, sexual orientation, creed and etc.
Aim to create or support direct positive impact in communities through their activities, initiatives, or projects

Is it breaking the XPP?
The OP taker and the intern can agree to extend the exchange programme where AIESEC will have no responsibility or role in facilitating this.

Yes, it is.
No, it is not.

What are required working hours for GCDP and GIP?

Select the two correct answers
25 hours/week GCDP
35 hours/week GIP
30 hours/week GIP
40 hours/week GIP
20 hour/week GCDP

Who is responsible to be a representative of AIESEC who accompanies the EP to the place/organisation of work on the first day of the
internship?

HE
SE
EP
OP (opportunity taker)

Who is responsible for providing EP with basic information regarding the country/territory of their internship in a written format including as a minimum information on culture, political situation, safety, living standards, home and host contacts (phone number and email)?

HE
SE
EP
OP

Who is responsible to provide EP or ensure EP knows individual responsibility and goals in a written format
latest one week after the start of the internship, and the EP acknowledges to have received, understood
and accepted it?

HE
SE
EP
OP

When an EP can start new selection process?

Select the two correct answers
Once he/she is informed that the application was not successfull
Once he/she is informed that the application was not successful, or if after 30
subsequent days the EP does not receive any reply or update regarding the selection process
If after 10 subsequent days the EP does not receive any reply or update regarding the selection process

An EP has to:

Select the three correct answers
Contact the organisation (OP taker) directly until an official match is made
Keep all communication concerning the exchange only with the OP manager of the potential HE and not contact the
organisation directly until an official match is made
Provide complete information about the EP, including the candidate’s EP form, cover letter (motivation letter) and
other information as requested by the organisation (telephone interview, detailed CV/resume, photos, academic transcripts
or certificates, etc.) within reasonable limits.
Be able to leave and return to the home country independently

If the EP rejects the OP form after he/she has officially accepted AN to opportunity and the OP taker has accepted
the EP, he/she will no longer be allowed to take part in the exchange programme through AIESEC

True
False

The EP must:

Select the three correct answers
Officially accept the OP Acceptance Note as the final agreement of all conditions of the particular exchange
To inform him/herself about all information related to specific legal policies, life conditions, safety, and cultural norms in
the hosting country in order to be aware of any potential risk in the country or local area, both by asking the hosting entity
as well as through independent research. The EP is the only responsible for assuming those risks, and shall not sue AIESEC or
OP for any damage or prejudice caused by an event related to those risks, and shall not break its match or end an exchange
without accrued financial penalties
To submit the visa application within a period up to two (2) weeks after getting all the documents mentioned in OP form
HE must provide information of this policy unless an alternative timeline was agreed-upon with the sending AIESEC entity or
the OP
Contact the OP taker (company) before the official match is made

Relating to the OP taker:

Select the two correct answers
The OP Taker must provide within two (2) weeks all the necessary documents to the EP directly or through the HE
(including the written invitation) required for application for visa/work permit
The OP Taker must provide within four (4) weeks all the necessary documents to the EP directly or through the HE
(including the written invitation) required for application for visa/work permit
The OP Taker can request another EP from the same AIESEC entity, if previous EP rejected the exchange after being
accepted by the OP

Providing Outgoing Preparation (think of OPS as well) includes:

Select the five correct answers
Exchange Programme Policies
EP Expectation Setting
PDM
EP Goal-Setting
EP Cultural Preparation
Visa
AIESEC Way

The EP has the right to break match if :

Select the two correct answers
The EP has not received all necessary documents required for application for visa/work permit from the hosting LC
(including invitation) within two (2) weeks
The EP has an emergency in his/her family (Proof required)
The EP finds another opportunity not on AIESEC platform
The EP decides to find another opportunity on AIESEC platform after the match with previous one

After breaking a match due to family emergency the EP is not allowed to put an EP form on “Open“ or raise new EP form on internships.aiesec.org for the next:

2 weeks
4 weeks
6 weeks
8 weeks

Has OP taker the right to break the match if the EP has falsified information related to his work experience, academic background or language proficiency, and is unable to fulfill his exchange job role as specified in the OP form?

Yes, OP taker has the right
No, in this case XPP would be violated

Exchange is considered realised when:

The EP starts working at the OP office on the first working day
The EP is met by the responsible EP buddy at the SE
The EP comes to the Hosting country

GIP: SE has to contact EP:

At the beginning of the internship and 2 weeks before the end of the internship
When he/she arrives and after every 2 weeks
When he/she arrives and after once a month

GCDP: SE has to contact EP:

When he/she arrives and after once a month
When he/she arrives, in the middle of the experience and in the end
Only when the experience starts

EP has to:

Informe SE and HE about his/her departure at least one (1) week about his/ travel details
Informe SE and HE about his/her departure at least three (3) weeks about his/ travel details
Informe SE and HE about his/her departure at least two (2) weeks about his/ travel details

Very briefly explain in your own words 4 stages of complaint procedures: internal, local, national, ICB level