European Union (EU) Centre
The EU Centre at RMIT was established in January 2010 to promote a better understanding of the EU and EU-Australia relations.
The Centre provides a focal point for teaching, research and outreach activities with the EU, Australia and the Asia Pacific region. It acts as an advocate for the EU in the region and facilitates the dissemination of information and knowledge from academia to industry and the community at large. The Centre is funded through a grant from the European Union and RMIT University.
Funded in 2010 through a Grant from the External Relations Directorate of the European Commission, the European Union Centre is one of only six such EU Centres in the Southern Hemisphere.About the EU Centre
The European Union (EU)Centre provides a central point of reference for research activities related to Europe.
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