European teenagers have a unique chance to experience what it is like to be an MEP for a day through the Euroscola programme, which has been running for 20 years already. After each plenary session about 480 students aged 16 to 18 get a taste of how EU politics are conducted in Strasbourg. Find out more about this amazing opportunity on the new Euroscola website.
The programme enables young students to make friends from other countries and to interact and exchange information in a foreign language. The working languages are English, French and German.
Schools wishing to take part can compete for a place by contacting the European Parliament's information office in their member state.
The new Euroscola website provides practical information as well as details on how to apply. You can also find out more on the Euroscola Facebook page.