“Generation €uro Students’ Award” competition: two teams from Luxembourg at the ECB
Two winning teams from Luxembourg that participated in the “Generation €uro Students’ Award” competition have been welcomed with their teachers at the European Central Bank (ECB) on 10 and 11 April 2018 at the occasion of the European award ceremony, alongside winning teams from other countries.
The “Black Swan” team from Lycée Hubert Clément of Esch-sur-Alzette won the Luxembourg competition, organised by the Banque centrale du Luxembourg for secondary school students in economics.
“The Invisible Hand” team from St George’s International School of Luxembourg won the European competition, organised by the ECB for students from secondary European and international schools of Member States of the euro area. It is the first time that a team from Luxembourg has won the European competition.
During the ceremony, the two teams received a certificate signed by Mr Mario Draghi, President of the ECB, and Mr Gaston Reinesch, Governor of the Banque centrale du Luxembourg.
The members of the “Black Swan” team from Lycée Hubert Clément in Esch-sur-Alzette. From left to right: Mr Gaston Reinesch, Mr Carlo Klein (teacher), Ross Jin, Mr Mario Draghi, Daniela Ursuleac and Katia Sousa. One member of the team, Jilliane Amper, could not be present at the award ceremony.
The members of “The Invisible Hand” team from St George's International School of Luxembourg. From left to right: Mr Gaston Reinesch, Mr Andrew Edwards (teacher), Jonathan Topaz, Francisco Costa de Sousa, Emilie Olufsen, Mr Mario Draghi and Mykola Murashko. One member of the team, Eddy Bernardy, could not be present at the award ceremony.