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As well as debating European issues in plenary and committee sessions, you'll get to vote and adopt resolutions. You'll also have the opportunity to introduce your school and your region to the other participants.
At the same time, you'll be practicing your language skills and making friends with other students from across Europe.
How to apply
First your school has to compete locally with other schools from your country to be selected for Euroscola.
How to apply in the country where you live.
If your school is selected, you can prepare for the day by downloading material from the Euroscola website. This way you can get more background on the issues that will be discussed.
Facts about Euroscola
Every year there are some 20 Euroscola sessions with an average of 600 participants.e 600 participants.