Set up as a pilot programme in 2001, ANUCES was the first EU Centre in Australia and continues its success focusing on inter-government relations, policy development and capacity building.
RMIT's EU Centre builds on its success of the last four years with a focus on governance and the Single Market, developing stronger science, technology, business and governmental partnerships and comparative regional policy.
Located at the University of South Australia, this EU Centre focuses on the global challenges caused by the increasing displacement of people and communities in the 21st century.
Housed at the University of Adelaide, the EU Centre for Global Affairs focuses on enhanced international trade and regional cooperation in the Asia and Pacific regions, promoting the multilateral rules-based trading system, and the bilateral trade and investment relationship between the EU, Australia and Asia.
This Centre will focus on strengthening EU–Australia and international collaboration on challenges such as climate change, regional governance and business innovation through engagement across political, scientific and economic dimensions.
Started in 2006 following the successful pilot project, The Centre for Research on Europe includes all 8 NZ Universities and will focus on the normative power of Europe, comparative transnational integration, and EU monetary and financial integration.
The NCRE is New Zealand's only research Centre devoted to the study of Europe and the European Union (EU). It fosters research on the EU that is regionally relevant, such as EU development policy in the Pacific, the EU's identity in the Asia-Pacific region and the external consequences of EU enlargement. The NCRE is firmly established as the focal point for the study of Europe in New Zealand, attracting visiting academics from all over the world.