The EQT is back... in High Schools!
Created as an activity for the EYE 2023, the EYE Quiz Tournament now takes a new life as a competition in high schools across Europe!
Join together.eu and and get ready to compete and learn more about the European Union. Have fun and win a trip to Brussels!
But... what is the EQT in
The EYE Quiz Tournament (EQT) involved hundreds of university students across Europe. Now it's time for high school students aged 16-18 to test their knowledge of the European Union! How much do you know? Prove that Gen Z is involved in international issues and defend your place in the EU!
Are you one taking part in this competition? Well... Keep reading!
The EQT celebrated its grand finale during the European Youth Event (EYE), a huge event for young people co-funded by the European Parliament. Since April, EQT has involved 444 university students – 248 were involved in the online phase, and 248 participated on site– from all over Europe and welcomed the presence of 11 Members of the European Parliament as special guests during our activity at the EYE2023 in Strasbourg.
We are now in the last phase of EQT! Ten high schools from several countries spread across Europe are called to organize the EYE Quiz Tournament among their students. An amazing prize awaits the 10 final winners that emerge from these high-schools competitions: A trip to the European Parliament in Brussels on 28 November 2023.
Want to take part?
Click below to read the rules!
Brussels awaits YOU!
What to do
If you are a student at one of the participating high schools you need to register at together.eu
What is together.eu?
Together.eu is a project run by the European Parliament aimed at involving as many people as possible in the democratic life of Europe and, in particular, at encouraging people to vote in the 2024 European elections.
What will I do by joining together.eu?
meet and connect with like-minded Europeans – hear their voices and projects;
learn and develop your skills – use your voice, express your ideas about the future and engage with European decision-makers;
discover people, groups and organizations who care about the same issues as you do;
have a unique connection with the European Parliament - get in touch with its teams all over Europe.
Last, but not least you will celebrate your and our collective successes. Together.
One winner for each of the 10 participating high schools will fly to Brussels to attend the EQT award ceremony at the European Parliament.
EucA will pay for:
Transportation tickets for the winner!
Accommodation in Brussels!
1 dinner with everyone!
For any questions and inquiries, write us at firstname.lastname@example.org. We are happy to help you!
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