Applications: schools

30 September 2022

You have until 30.09.2022 to submit your application for the next edition of the Parlement européen des lycéens (PEL).

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PEL 2023

An ambitious project in prestigious premises

The project

Details on the main project website

Learn more about the composition of the 2023 Edition. Discover now

Important dates

Those dates are important throughout the entire application process and beyond.

August 30 - September 30, 2022

School applications

All interested schools can now apply for the „Parlement européen des lycéens“ 2023.

October 1, 2022

Proclamation of selected institutions

All applicants are informed no later than that day of the outcome of their application to participate in the PEL 2023.

September 18 - October 29, 2022

Applications from participating students

All interested students from the selected schools can now apply for the „Parlement européen des lycéens“ 2023. The number of places available per school is determined by the organisation committee according to the quantity and quality of these applications.

October 31, 2022

Proclamation of selected students

The organisation committee informs the participating schools and students how many places have been allocated to the school and which students have been chosen.

November 11 - 18, 2022

Processing of follow-up forms

Additional data from the selected students is required. Participants define, among other things, their PEL preferences (for example which parties they wish to represent in the simulation of the European legislative process).

November 19 - 27, 2022

Evaluation of the follow-up forms

The organisation committee evaluates the follow-up forms and inform the participants about the results.

November 28, 2022 - May 17, 2023

Parlement européen des lycéens 2023

Students participate in the simulation of the European legislative process and the other parts of the PEL 2023 programme.

May 15 - 17, 2023

PEL 2023 Final Event

The final event takes place in the premises of the European Parliament in Strasbourg.

Frequently asked questions (FAQ)

Some questions that are coming up often and might interest you.

What are the language requirements for the participants?

Participants must have a very good knowledge of at least one of the three official project languages (German, English & French) (min. level C1 according to the Common European Framework of Reference for Languages - CEFR) and a basic knowledge of another project language (min. level A2/B1). A language certificate is not required.

I would like to get an impression of the last edition (PEL 2022).

The final event of the PEL 2022 took place in the hemicycle of the European Parliament in Strasbourg. Pictures are available here: https://golpe.eu/Z9C4 . Further information is available here: https://golpe.eu/Z3X5 .

How will the implementation of the project be guaranteed in view of the Covid-19 situation?

We hope and expect to be able to welcome our participants on site in Strasbourg in May 2023 as we did last year. Let’s promote Europe (LPE) is also taking all the necessary steps to propose a hybrid or online edition if necessary. That is why the PEL 2023 will take place under all circumstances.

I still have questions.

Please do not hesitate to contact us! The PEL organisation committee is at your disposal via mail (PEL-SchoolsUnit@lpehq.eu), or via phone (+49 681 38753090).