This year, all the teams have displayed their interest, originality and efforts in the initiatives proposed and the Jury has had a very difficult time to make a decision.
Congratulations to all the teams for the quality of your initiatives!
We encourage you to keep your efforts up; the European challenge calls for young and engaged citizens. The Europe we want, has to be built among all of us. Young people have the opportunity of leading this buiding and participating. The decisions taken in the European Union, have a lot of influence on our lives.
We encourage you to follow Euroscola on Social Networks to be able to see the pictures that we receive from different Autonomous Regions.
Next year’s competition (Euroscola 2015) will be packed with new challenges and prizes.
See you all in Euroscola 2015!
Thursday, 24 July 2014.
Euroscola is a school competition open to teachers and students of Secondary (3rd and 4th year of ESO), High School and Intermediate Vocational Training centres located within the Spanish territory.
Win a place to represent Spain, your region and your school at the European Parliament Euroscola Programme in Strasbourg, and a grant to help with travel costs.
The competition will start on February 3rd and will finish on April 10th.