The European Union (EU) Centre provides a central point of reference for research activities related to Europe.
The Centre focuses on research looking towards Europe and also for potential European partners seeking expert third country partners for collaborative projects and joint funding initiatives.
Information on application processes, funding programmes, project management, staff and student research opportunities including PhD and Masters programmes can be gathered through the Centre.
RMIT’s EU Centre will strongly be involved in the EPIC Project, funded by the European Commission.
It will in particular provide its networks with State and Commonwealth policy actors, and with ICT researchers at RMIT and Melbourne University. The EU Centre will act as the local EPIC coordinator in Australia and will specifically contribute to the organisation of events and workshops. It will also support the policy briefing work based on previous analysis and disseminate EPIC information among its networks, e.g. (Dissemination, Communication and Outreach activities).
Comparative Regional Policy
Comparative Regional Policy is a major research program of the European Union Centre at RMIT, drawing on expertise associated with the Centre and with RMIT’s College of Design and Social Context.
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In its role as an advocate for the European Union (EU) in the region, the EU Centre at RMIT facilitates major conferences on current issues facing the EU, Australia and the Asia-Pacific area.
Publications from the EU Centre
Funding opportunities for researchers
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