LSE students awarded by the European Parlement

The summer course on transmedia organised by the student association CECI-BEST won the “Belgian Charlemagne Youth Prize”.

The student association CECI-BEST Louvain-la-Neuve, a non-profit organization aiming to bring together science and technology students from all over Europe, won the Belgian Charlemagne Youth Prize. This national prize was awarded by the European Parliament following the summer course organized by CECI-BEST. A course called “Once upon a Time 2.0: Transmedia Storytelling”, which allowed twenty students from different European countries to meet last summer on the campus of UCLouvain and get acquainted with the theme of transmedia.

The Belgian Charlemagne Youth Prize aims to reward projects led by young people to benefit other young people and actively contribute to the development of Europe. After the national prize, the next step of this competition is on a European scale, results expected on May 28th. We keep our fingers crossed.

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Published on May 02, 2019