The Monash European and EU Centre (MEEUC), located in the School of Languages, Literatures, Cultures and Linguistics, facilitates activities concerning Europe and the EU across Monash University.
Undergraduate and postgraduate coursework on Europe is offered as outlined in the University Handbook.
The Monash University Centre in Prato, Italy, is a location for many Monash courses, including several focussed on Europe. It is also a venue for conferences and other research-related gatherings in European Studies and adjacent thematic and disciplinary areas.
In 2014-2015 the MEEUC is organising a series of public discussions titled Monash Roundtables on Independence and Separatism.
- International & European Studies Winter Program January 5th to February 14th, 2015 (or January 5th to January 23rd) Academic courses on European politics, business, law, and culture (courses conducted in English). Excursions to Germany’s highest mountain village Oberjoch, fascinating European capitals (Berlin, Strasbourg, Brussels) and company visits (Daimler Benz, Ritter Sport). Buddy – program: Read more
- Monash Roundtables on Independence and Separatism presented by the Monash European and EU Centre Goodbye Spain? Crowds, Ballot boxes and the Prospects for Independence Time: 6.00-7.30 p.m., Thursday 30 October 2014 Venue: Lecture Theatre H1.25, Ground Floor, Building H, Caulfield Campus, Monash University (map). Inquiries: Jocelyne.Mohamudally@monash.edu.au Speakers: Dr Stewart King, Senior Lecturer in Spanish and Catalan Studies, Monash University Associate Professor Marta Poblet, Vice Chancellor’s Read more
- The Monash European and EU Centre (MEEUC) Working Paper Series has been established to contribute to the academic debate on Europe, the European Union (EU), the EU in the world, and comparative regionalism. This online Series aims to showcase the work in these fields of both current and former staff, students and research/visiting fellows of MEEUC Read more
- A new Working Paper has been released in the online MEEUC Working Paper Series: Volume 3, Issue 3, June 2014 Regional Identity and Belonging: Australia’s Case in ASEM. Commemorating 40 years of Australia-ASEAN Dialogue. Naila Maier-Knapp, Centre for History and Economics, Magdalene College, University of Cambridge Initial attempts of Australia to join the Asia-Europe Meeting (ASEM) in the 1990s Read more
- Monday 15 September 2014 – 09.00am -12.30pm Swinburne University of Technology, RMIT University and the Contemporary European Studies Association of Australia invite interested scholars working in the area of European diasporas in Australia and matters related to this theme to present at the half day workshop. In order to express interest, scholars are invited to submit a titled Read more
- The Pittsburgh Papers on the European Union (PPEU) is pleased to announce its latest publication: Josephine E. Olson, Michael K. Lin, Leslie M. Brady, George A. Huber, “An Academic Medical Center’s Expansion to the European Union: A Case Study of UPMC’s Joint Projects in Italy and Ireland”, Pittsburgh Papers on the European Union, Vol. 3, No. 1 Read more
- The latest (fourth) issue of White Paper, Radio National’s new monthly digital magazine, has a specific focus on European politics, society and culture. The issue is now available to download for iPad via Newsstand or the App Store. In this issue: Wider still and wider: Testing Europe’s borders Ben Wellings (Monash European and EU Centre) and Annemarie Elijah Read more
- Sir Rod Eddington AO Thursday, 24 July 2014 12.15pm for 12.30pm – 2pm At The Grand Ballroom, The Hotel Windsor 111 Spring Street, Melbourne, Victoria After years of negotiation, Australia has signed Free Trade Agreements (FTAs) with Japan and South Korea, and is in the process of negotiating an FTA with China. Promising to open new investment and export opportunities, the Read more
- Simon Smith – ANU Centre for European Studies Thursday 26 June 2014 11.00am – 12.30pm In the current economic climate, we are confronted with the certainty of significant and sustained budget cuts over the next few years. It is therefore vitally important to make every euro/dollar spent on public infrastructure projects count to the maximum. There is Read more