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EUROPEAN MONEY QUIZ 2020
TUESDAY 16 JUNE: GRAND FINALE online

Because of the Corona outbreak, a good number of national finals in the European Money Quiz have been postponed to May and June. National finals can still be played via the Kahoot Livestream on YouTube, meaning that classrooms can also participate from home. To learn more, contact your national coordinator.

To mark the close of the 2020 European Money Quiz season, everyone is invited to join us for the GRAND FINALE online on Tuesday 16 June in the afternoon. The European Banking Federation will live-stream this event across Europe. Then, you will discover this year’s national winners and the new EBF report on financial literacy . Finally, the grand finale event will include a financial literacy quiz in English that will be open to anyone who wishes to take part: students (winners or not), parents, friends, colleagues, bankers and anyone else watching. This event will mark the official close of this year’s EMQ.

WHAT IS THE EUROPEAN MONEY QUIZ

HOW TO TRAIN AND PARTICIPATE

The European Money Quiz is a European competition on financial literacy for 13-15 year-olds. To participate, teachers must register their students to your national banking association. Practice questions are available in more than 21 languages.
The quiz takes place in 2 steps:

The smartest and quickest class from each country will send 2 STUDENTS to the EUROPEAN FINALS IN BRUSSELSfor free!

European finals will be played on Kahoot!, in your language.
Update March 2020: due to the Covid-19 outbreak in Europe, the 2020 European finals of the European Money Quiz will be held only as an online competition, and not as a physical in-person event in Brussels. Other prizes still available.

HIGHLIGHTS FROM THE 2019 EUROPEAN MONEY QUIZ FINALS IN BRUSSELS

The European Money Quiz is one of many activities organised every year during the European Money Week. Six young students from Slovenia, North-Macedonia and Germany on Tuesday emerged as winners in the 2019 finals of the European Money Quiz, an international financial literacy competition that attracted more than 100.000 students from 28 European countries.

FIND YOUR NATIONAL CONTACT POINT

If you are between 13 and 15 years old at the beginning of the school year then you are eligible to take part to the next year edition. Talk to your teacher and ask her or him to reach out the national banking association in your country.

THE EUROPEAN ASSOCIATION AWARD 2019

On 2019 the European Banking Federation received an award from the European Association Awards for the Best Association Partnership or Collaboration for the organisation of the 2019 European Money Quiz