It is our pleasure to inform you that the ECHA Qualification Committee completed the evaluation of the 2016 European Talent Centre applications. The Committee received 12 high quality applications from 11 countries. Successful applications needed a score higher than the threshold of 70% of the maximum score. Scores were defined as shown in the scoring sheet published at the original call available HERE.

Three European organisations were qualified as European Talent Centres and two centres were qualified as Associated European Talent Centres. Two European Talent Centre applicants were requested to give additional information about their activities in order to be accepted by the Committee.

New European Talent Centres:
Denmark: Academy for Talented Youth
Germany: South German Talent Centre
Greece: Centre for Talented Youth Greece at Anatolia College

New Associated European Talent Centres
India: Tribal Mensa
Peru: Future Minds

Congratulation to all!

Please note that the application process for becoming a European Talent Point, or Associate European Talent Point is still open. The call can be seen HERE; applications can be submitted until the 30th September 2016.

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