European Union (EU) Centre
About the European Union (image: Rock Cohen, Creative Commons license)
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.
- New funding strengthens EU Centre at RMIT 11/08/2014The European Union Centre at RMIT University will strengthen its activities until the end of 2017, following a new funding agreement.
- EU Centre free seminar: EU Asylum and Immigration Law 08/08/2014Dr Nadine El-Enany discusses EU Asylum and Immigration Law under the Area of Freedom Security and Justice.
- RMIT Europe Newsletter – July 2014
- Book Launch: China and the EU in context
- Council of the EU adopts Guidelines on Freedom of Expression Online and Offline – Read the press release (PDF 77 KB) and read the full Guidelines (PDF 263 KB)
- European Research Council Starting Grant Call 2014 now open for submission
- Cities Learning Together post-conference reports now available
- Presentation: European Research Council (ERC) Funding Opportunities
- CAESIE: Building European-Australian research and SME collaboration
- The EU Delegation to Australia newsletter, Issue 391
- Podcast: Australia and Europe in conversation: 50 years of EU-Australia relations
- Recording: Europe in crisis? Making sense of complexity (MP3 32 MB)
- Podcast: Lecture with Dr Gerhard Sabathil: The Asian Century - what it means for the EU and Australia