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On this page you will find all the specifications for the task or tasks that the students will carry out.
The 3rd International Student Conference will take place in Prague March 1 - 5, 2024. Only few seats are available. Please contact us if you wish to participate, or join our Waiting List.
Στο 2ο Διεθνές Μαθητικό Συνέδριο έχει τεθεί ως Θεσμικός Εταίρος το Ευρωπαϊκό Κοινοβούλιο και λαμβάνει χώρα υπό την Αιγίδα του. Επιπλέον έχει τεθεί υπό την Αιγίδα του Δήμου της Φλωρεντίας, της Ιεράς Μητροπόλεως Ιταλίας και Εξαρχίας Νοτίου Ευρώπης και του Ελληνικού Προξενείου στη Φλωρεντία.
The students, divided into groups of 35, choose one of the following types of work:
* Posters and constructions/models are part of the 3rd International Student Conference Exhibition.
The Exhibition is a separate part of the Conference, during which student groups who have chosen these types of work will have the opportunity to talk about their work. Availability is limited.
The time available for each presentation is from 8′ to 10′.
The time may seem short, but it is enough to present your topic.
It is worth noting that the majority of the audience in the conference hall is students.
This means that a “short” presentation will hold their interest, as opposed to a long and tiring presentation.
Particularly important is the number of presentations. In each Session, students will attend several presentations. Therefore, it will be much more enjoyable for them to watch your presentation when it is the right length. Finally, we point out that all Schools share the total time of the Session. Exceeding the time of 10′, therefore, we are depriving time of another School.
Through the International Student Conferences, we aim for all languages to be heard, from all participating Schools. What we wish is for Schools to create a “mosaic” of languages and dialects. Therefore, each School is free to choose the language in which it wishes to present.
In this case, it is useful to have an English version of the texts (if any) or English subtitles.
Schools may choose to present in English, which has been established as an international language.
But, as in the case above, the translation into the official language of the country where the School comes from is equally important.