The competition comprises of three rounds:
|Round One||Register and complete online quiz||10 December 2020 – 5 February 2021|
|Round Two||Assignment||5 February 2021– 19 March 2021|
|Round Three||Presentation at National Final||28 April|
Entering the competition is easy. If possible, I would encourage your school to enter at least one team. To take part, students should assemble a team of between three and five people and nominate one teacher as a mentor. A teacher may mentor more than one team.
To register, simply visit www.generationeuro.eu , sign-up your team and complete the quiz before the closing date of 5 February 2021. The quiz consists of 30 multiple-choice questions covering various aspects of the euro area and monetary policy. Students may complete the quiz in more than one sitting. Before starting, teams can practise with a trial version of the quiz.
To help prepare for the quiz, you will find lesson plans and other resources on www.generationeuro.eu. Further information is available on the Central Bank of Ireland Website.
The top scoring teams from Round 1 will progress to Round 2 and three finalist teams will compete in the National Final at the end of April 2021, which may take place at the Central Bank of Ireland in Dublin. The schools that successfully complete each round will be publicised on the Central Bank of Ireland website, social media channels and in national/local media.
The national winners will receive a specially commissioned glass trophy for their school in recognition of their achievement. Individual prizes and certificates will also be awarded to each finalist.
Questions and support
For more information and support, contact generationeuro@ centralbank.ie
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