Registration to ENEN Online European Nuclear Competition


The task of the participants is to compose a 3-minute video on one or more of the four nuclear disciplines. Suggestions for projects include, but are not limited to:

  • Jobs in nuclear
  • Create a story about nuclear
  • History of nuclear science and technology
  • Future of nuclear technology
  • Nuclear in daily life
  • Radiation for health


The competition is open to secondary school pupils, who are currently enrolled in secondary schools in European States. Teams must have two pupil members and one teacher. The 15 finalist teams will be invited to attend the summer school online. No more than one video submission per team can be considered.


Registrations for the competition can be submitted by filling in this registration form on the webpage. Please note that a clear motivation is important for the selection procedure. Teams are required to send a link to their videos (minimum 3 minutes and maximum 4 minutes).

The registration is 1st of June 2021. If you have any questions, please contact: The Organizing Committee is going to select participants on 7th of June 2021 and inform the applicants by 10th of June 2021.

Submissions received after this deadline will not be considered. After the submission of the video, no further modifications are allowed. If an infringement of copyright is notified at any stage of the competition, the team will be immediately disqualified.


Each submission should be:

(a) A video of minimum 3 minutes and maximum 4 minutes on one or more of the four nuclear disciplines (see suggested topics). Videos in a language other than English must have English subtitles.

(b) Free of copyrighted materials such as music, images and video clips that may violate or infringe upon the copyright of any other person or organization. It is the responsibility of the participants and not of the ENEN to ensure that all contents used in the project is free from copyright.

By submitting the competition material, participants agree to assign to the ENEN the copyright to publish the video or digital media presentation on the ENEN website, social media and other platforms and certify that no other rights have been granted which could conflict with the right hereby given to the ENEN.


Fifteen teams (composed of two students and one accompanying teacher per team) selected by the ENEN+ as finalists will be given the opportunity to present their project live at the Second Online European Nuclear Competition and Summer Camp held online, on 21-25 June 2021.


Fifteen teams from the shortlisted group will be invited to present their project at the Online European Nuclear Competition and Summer Camp:

  • Teams have to participate in person at the online meeting. Each team presenting their video and giving their short presentation live at the competition will be required to be accompanied by an adult professional teacher.
  • Each team will have ten minutes to introduce their video development process and its content
  • An international jury will select the three winning teams and give a several special awards.