The Monash European and EU Centre (MEEUC) is one of three centres in Australia funded by the European External Action Service and of 37 European Union (EU) Centres worldwide. Formally launched in Melbourne on 31 July 2006 by His Excellency Mr Bruno Julien, Ambassador and Head of the Delegation of the European Commission to Australia and New Zealand, the Centre is a joint undertaking by the Commission in Brussels and Monash University in Melbourne.
A key strength of the Centre is the research expertise of its members.
The strategic vision of the Monash European and EU Centre is to build upon Monash’s offerings in research on Europe and the EU, to establish ... Read more
The mission of the Monash European and EU Centre is to:
Explore the significance of the European Union (EU) and its peoples not only in Europe ... Read more
The Centre promotes top quality research and publications on Europe and the EU and encourages international research exchanges and collaborations between Australia and Europe. It holds ... Read more
Activities of the Monash European and EU Centre are funded by grants including:
European Union Centres program of the European External Action Service (Centre co-funded by ... Read more