Promoting better understanding of Europe and the wider world among our young citizens

About Us

The Scottish European Educational Trust is a non-political charity, established in 1993. It aims to promote and encourage education about languages, citizenship and the wider world to young people across Scotland.

You can access our annual Impact Report to read about the impact our projects are having on young people in Scotland.

As a small charitable organisation, the Scottish European Educational Trust funds its projects primarily through grant fundraising, which is complemented by the contributions of a number of individual supporters and our ongoing fundraising activities. In the past the Scottish European Educational Trust has been grateful for donations received from or pledged by the following organisations, Trusts and Foundations:

- Baldoukie Charitable Trust

- Binks Trust

- Glasgow City Council

- Scottish Association of Language Teaching

- The Cruden Foundation

- The Educational Institute of Scotland

- The European Commission

- The European Parliament

- The Gannochy Trust

- The Moffat Charitable Trust

- The Robertson Trust

- The Scottish Government

In addition, SEET is grateful for support in kind from:

- Heriot-Watt University Edinburgh

- SCILT, Scotland's National Centre for Languages

- Young Scot

- Education Scotland

Current activities include:

  • A national Euroquiz project for primary school pupils
  • Our World - a national film making project for secondary school pupils

What's on...

April 2020


Events on 27 April 2020

Our World Film Premiere