European Student Competition 2017

European Student Competition

The EuroFM European Student Competition recognises the value of sharing bright ideas, knowledge, insights and research findings created as part of Facility Management programmes in European Universities. Students of both Master and Bachelor programmes have been asked to share this with EuroFM and her members, by creating a 3 minute film clip. This film clip must present research findings as result of a thesis, internship or project.

Now the 10 best are being selected by the jury. These 10 nominees will go to the finals at the European FM Conference in Madrid! 



Registered students or recent graduates of relevant Master and Bachelor programs in European Universities, being members of EuroFM. The student must be nominated by their lecturer or course leader and registered as a EuroFM member. Registration now is closed. For more information contact: team@office-eurofm.org


Students have been asked to share their findings in a film clip, vlog or podcast with images, to be presented at the European Facility Management Conference in Madrid, Spain (April 26&27 2017). Film clips must clearly communicate the purpose, content and quality of research findings. Not only to inspire the public, moreover to create a maximum impact in the field of Facility Management!

Film clips last a maximum of 3 minutes, are English spoken and subtitled and contain copyright free images and/or music.

Main criteria:

  • Design (clear message, exciting, creative, language use)
  • Content (knowledge, support of findings)
  • FM added value (innovative, impact, inspiring, future-oriented) 

Please also take notice of the jury assessment form.

Watch our promotion film clip to learn more and the submitted clips that have been nominated. 

5 golden ticket


During the finals at the EFMC in Madrid the winner of the jury prize will win an entry to the IFMA’s World Work Place conference and expo, up till € 1.000 to cover travel and accommodation expenses and $ 250 pocket money!





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