Share your views on Current ethical dilemas with your peers and esteemed judges

Register to participate


Teams composed of three students from the same institution but not necessarily from the same faculty or department can register to the EEB through the member university/institution. 


All European universities and academic programmes of European Institutions are eligible to join the competition as an institutional member. 


Register your team

Team registration for the European Ethics Bowl 2021 will open in Spring 2021. Find EEB member institution from your country in the Partners  section and contact them directly for more information.

If you wish to participate but can`t find a member institution from your country contact us at


Participate as an institution

All European universities and academic programmes of European Institutions are eligible to join the competition as an institutional member. If your country already has a listed member institution you can connect and collaborate with them (find their contact details here) or send us an email to see how you can participate. In case there is no member institution for you country listed contact the EEB headquarters office at

Impressions of previous participants

Team FDV 2

Winning team, Slovenia

When we think about our EEB experience five words come to mind:

Creativity – EEB empowered us to make artistic choices about how to bring words to life through performance. Our unique arguments were encouraged and thinking outside the box differentiated us from our colleagues.

Persuasion – We were faced with a challenge of convincing an audience in the face of equally well-informed, persuasive competition.

Collaboration – In a world of conflicted ideas we had to work as a team to craft stories, create arguments, build upon feedback, and perfect our performances.

Adaptability – We had to learn to think on our feet and tailor a performance to a given audience.

Emotional Intelligence –  We learned to see both sides of an issue and to use appropriate strategies for questioning things we did not understand.

I personally believe that ethics is an underestimated topic in higher education. Sometimes, there is a feeling that we educators are forgetting our ultimate responsibility that we are making the future generations to take on as leaders. Students’ competitions, the combats of ideas and opinions shall sharpen their minds and expanded intellectual framework to give some space to ethical viewpoint of the decision making. As a teacher, I have always been honored and very keen to help as a referee at competitions like Bowl. Personally, I am sure that I with my active involvement I can contribute to the noble idea of this competition.

Jaka Vadnjal


More testimonials from previous participants coming soon...