Europe Graduate Programme Competition
Thursday, His Royal Highness The Crown Prince officially opened the fourth JA – YE Europe Graduate Programme Competition in Oslo. Twelve student enterprises have reached the finals.
A jury will decide which of these has the best chance of succeeding internationally.
Junior Achievement – Young Enterprise is an international organisation, with branches throughout the world. The Europe Graduate Programme Competition circulates between 40 member countries in JA – YE Europe.
During the two day contest, participating student enterprises compete to be designated the best in Europe. The purpose of the competition is to promote international cooperation and solidarity. The students are between 18 and 25 years of age. A student enterprise can be established as part of or supplemental to the student’s study programme. Each year, 2.2 million students in Europe take part in the competition.
Celebrated the Prince’s 18th birthday
Today Their Majesties The King and Queen hosted a luncheon at the Royal Palace in honour of the 18th birthday of Prince Sverre Magnus. The Prince will turn 18 on Sunday, 3 December.
Family members, godparents and representatives of the Norwegian authorities and youth organisations are gathered at the Royal Palace today to celebrate the 18th birthday of His Highness Prince Sverre Magnus. Official photographs of the family were taken before the luncheon began.