Bringing Europe to life for young people in Scotland
The Scottish European Educational Trust (SEET), established in 1993, is a charity which promotes impartial education about Europe and encourages language learning amongst students at schools, colleges and universities throughout Scotland.
SEET works with all local authorities across Scotland, and with organisations such as the European Parliament, the European Commission, the Scottish Government, the Scottish Parliament, Education Scotland, Europe Direct and SCILT - Scotland's National Centre for Languages to encourage language learning and European activities. The Trust also works with NUS Scotland and Young Scot to promote work and study abroad opportunities through schools and universities.
February / 2016
18th February 2016
Good luck to all involved in the Renfrewshire heat in Bishopton!