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St. Columb's College from Northern Ireland visit European Parliament

02/02/2015

Students from St Columb's College in Northern Ireland joined 600 other students and teachers from across the EU's member states in Strasbourg this January.

Students from St Columb's College at the European Parliament building in Strasbourg.Students from St Columb's College in Northern Ireland joined 600 other students and teachers from across the EU's member states in Strasbourg this January.
Students from St Columb's College at the European Parliament building in Strasbourg.
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The Euroscola day gives students the opportunity to interact and exchange information in a foreign language (English, French or German) and also highlights the importance of cross-cultural cooperation. Participants can introduce their school and the region where they come from, which provides greater diversity and enriches the cultural dialogue.

Students from St Columb's College in Northern Ireland joined 600 other students and teachers from across the EU's member states in Strasbourg this January.
Students taking over the parliamentary chamber (Hemicycle) in Strasbourg for Euroscola. January 2015