All finalist teams (represented by two students and one accompanying teacher per team) will be eligible for:

  • 1500 EUR for the 3 best teams
    One team – 2 pupils + teacher – everybody will receive 500 EUR
  • Special awards for teachers bringing more than 1 team.
    Every teacher will receive 500 EUR
  • Special awards for the 5 best schools
    Every school will receive 1500 EUR for the development of nuclear education
  • Special awards for the most popular and the most artistic videos


The General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) (EU) 2016/679 is a regulation in EU law on data protection and privacy for all individuals within the European Union (EU) and the European Economic Area (EEA). With the implementation of GDPR, 25th May 2018, any time personal data is collected on an EU citizen, explicit and informed consent has to be given from that person for the specific purpose for which the data was intended. The regulation aims at strengthening data protection and further harmonizing data privacy laws across the EU, enhancing the rights of individuals regarding their personal data.


In order to ensure the appropriate coordination and smooth organisation of our events, ENEN would like to ask pupils, teachers and parents to give their permission for ENEN to use the necessary personal details and possible images (including any audio-visual motion picture and still photographs created during the events) within the frames of and for the purposes of the European Nuclear Competition for Secondary School Pupils and the summer school in accordance with the EU General Data Protection Regulation (EU 2016/679). The indication of approval must be signalled on the registration form and (for selected teams) the parental consent document.