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Bringing together the young minds of Europe


At Euroscola students aged 16 to 18 from across the EU become an MEP for a day at the Reverse link define here :reverse link 2-EU information providersEuropean Parliament in Strasbourg.  They debate, negotiate, amend, vote and adopt resolutions on real European issues.

Twelve Irish groups take part each year by participating in competitions organised by the Reverse link define here :reverse link 2-EU information providersEuropean Parliament’s Information Office in Ireland.  Competition winners (24 students and two teachers) receive a subsidy towards the cost of travelling to Strasbourg.  In order to take an active part students prepare in advance and come to Strasbourg already acquainted with the issues up for discussion.

To represent Ireland at Euroscola register your school's interest by sending an email to and we will notify you of forthcoming competitions.


Irish groups at Euroscola in 2016


Ambassador School Programme

Mercy College, Sligo

Coláiste Chiarain, Croom, Co. Limerick

Schools Competition 2015-2016

Kings Hospital School, Palmerstown, Co Dublin

St Joseph's Secondary School, Rush, Co Dublin

St Oliver's Community College, Drogheda, Co Louth

St Brigid's College, Loughrea, Co Galway

Coláiste Nano Nagle, Limerick

Mercy Heights Secondary School, Skibbereen, Co Cork

St Joseph of Cluny, Killiney, Co Dublin

European Youth Event 2016

St Mary's College, Arklow, Co Wicklow

Rotary Youth Leadership Programme

Michael Sweetman Trust Competition Schools Competition