ICSA

International Customs Students Association - ICSA

 

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The International Customs Students Association (the ICSA) is a community that creates a special professional environment for students interested in international business and customs regulations.
The Association aims to promote the international student partnerships and communication, increase the educational potential in the field of customs.
The ICSA is an interesting professional and informal communication with peers and business experts from around the world, the implementation of collective youth initiatives, and participation in joint youth forums, conferences and projects.

Join the Association!

Complete one of the two registration Membership Forms to become a member of the Association: for individual members and national and Regional Working Groups

 

Management

 
Chairman of the Association

Аndrei Nikolaev

Russian Federation, ITMO University, PhD student

nikand@corp.ifmo.com, dir@i-customs.com

   
 
Vice-chairman

Goncharova Daria

 

Russian Federation, ITMO University the 4th year student, "Customs" Specialist

 

 
Secretary

Boltaeva Gulrikh

Russian Federation, ITMO University, the 5th year student, "Customs" Specialist

 

   
  Ukranian National Working group

Вranko Hamilton

Head of Ukranian ICSA Working group
 
   

Rasim Imanov 

Deputy Chairman of ICSA
   

Ramil Imanov

Secretary of ICSA
   
  Philippines National Working group

Jerem Micah L.Espanola

Head of Philippine ICSA Working group
   
  Poland Working group
 

Parik Ryzevsky

Head of Poland ICSA Working group
   
  Honduras Working Group

Hector David Aguilar

Head of Honduras ICSA Working group

Leonardo Bonilla

Vice Chairman of Honduras ICSA Working group
 Belarus National Working Group

Anastasia Lamonina

Chairman of Belarus ICSA Working group
 Tunis National Working Group
 
Tunis Business School
 
 Ons Ben Slimen
 
  Сhinese Working Group
 

Xiny Ye

China, Shanghai Customs College. А senior student, the Customs Management department.