Terms and Conditions

The European Central Bank (ECB) is organising, together with the national central banks (NCBs), a competition entitled Generation €uro Students' Award for secondary school students in eurozone countries.

The competition is governed by these general terms and conditions and by the rules available on this website and in the presentation brochure for teachers and others.

The competition is open to young people aged between 16 and 19 years old at the time of registration on this website. The quiz is the first round of the competition, which consists of three rounds. You can only register once for the quiz and be part of only one team taking part in the game.

Participation is subject to your full acceptance of these terms and conditions and the rules relating to the protection of privacy and the registration of players' names and email addresses. By providing this data, participants authorise the publication on the ECB and NCB website of their country of the name of the winning team and the names and photos of the members of this team, or their mention at public events. The winning teams are likely to be photographed and/or filmed at the award ceremony, and these photos and videos may be published/broadcasted on the Internet or in other media.

Players may, if they wish, allow the ECB and the NCB of their country to contact them at a later stage, by e-mail, to inform them of future competitions and/or events.

The ECB and the NCBs disclaim all liability for incomplete, incorrect or late entries during the registration process.

The decisions of the juries are final. These decisions may be commented on, in particular for the teams participating in the third round. The evaluation criteria applied in both phases are described on this website and in the brochure intended mainly for teachers.

The ECB and the NCBs reserve the right to postpone, interrupt or cancel the competition in whole or in part. In such a case, the ECB and the individual NCBs cannot be held liable for any loss or damage incurred.