Europass Video Competition 2015: winners have been selected!

The exciting competition is over and we have a winner! Thank you for all your wonderful and creative videos.

The public has voted and the winners of the video competition come from Estonia. The creative and humorous "How not to make magic papers" won the hearts of the public with a big margin.

The jury's favourite is the fun and instructive Lithuanian animation: "No more mess with Europass."

Europass Video Competition

Enjoy watching the winning videos:

Estonia: How not to make magic papers

Lithuania: No more mess with Europass

Also the runner-ups in the public vote get a prize:

Czech Republic: Story of my life

Spain: Thinking about Europass

Bulgaria: 10 years together

The public has voted and we have a winner! Read more about the fantastic competition and see for yourself the best creations of the competitors.

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