EU in Australia

The EU Centre on Shared Complex Challenges is part of the European External Action Service (EEAS) global network of 39 Centres hosted by universities worldwide, which engage closely with the EU Delegation.

The EU Centres are involved in a broad range of activities to fulfil their objectives, ranging from curricular activities (teaching programmes) to research on EU-related topics, as well as outreach activities related to EU and its policies.

Visit the links below to find out more about local and regional EU Centre activities and EU institutions and think tanks.


 
The EU Centre on Shared Complex Challenges is co-funded by the European Commission and The University of Melbourne.