Euroscola FAQ

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  1. You can follow our Guidelines on How to register on EU Survey.

  2. Team Euroscola (part of the Conferences and Visitors Service, DG COMM) together with technicians, communication experts and journalists organise Euroscola Online.

  3. Officials from the European Parliament, together with a team of professional animators, will lead the students through the program. Teachers will have the opportunity during the day or during an online meeting to meet their colleagues from other countries and talk with Parliament officials.

  4. The working languages are English, French, German, Italian, Polish and Spanish.

  5. Euroscola is intended for students from the European Union in secondary school between the ages of 16-18 years old.

  6. Members of the European Parliament are invited to speak with students.

  7. The first step is to participate in the national competition.

  8. The selection procedure is organised by the European Parliament Liaison Offices and may vary according to your Member State. Both applicant and former Member States of the EU are eligible to take part. If you wish to apply and receive more information on the selection procedure and travel costs reimbursement, please contact your local Liaison Office.

  9. The Parliament offers participating schools a significant grant to cover their travel and accommodation costs. The exact amount of the grant depends on a number of different factors. Schools are responsible for making their own travel arrangements.