Europe occupies an important place on the research and teaching agenda of The Australian National University (ANU). As part of an international alliance of research Universities the ANU has close links with a number of the leading Universities in Europe, and many of its individual scholars study Europe, often working in collaboration with those at European universities.
The ANU Centre for European Studies (ANUCES) was established to underscore the University-wide commitment to European studies.
ANUCES is an initiative involving six ANU Colleges (Arts & Social Sciences, Law, Business & Economics, Asia & the Pacific and Medicine, Biology & Environment, and Engineering & Computer Science). It focuses the talents of hundreds of researchers, teachers and students working on Europe on a single site. It creates synergies, promotes interdisciplinary dialogue, and generates collaborative research projects at home and abroad.
It is the hub for Europe at ANU and is a special intitative of the European Commission and ANU.
The ANU Centre for European Studies takes over the role formerly played by the National Europe Centre (NEC).
Between 2001 and 2009, NEC was funded jointly by ANU and the European Commission. This funding to promote European Union studies and dialogue with Europe was renewed in 2010 and an exciting program of activities and research initiatives in partnership with the European Commission were brought under the umbrella of the ANU Centre for Europe Studies.
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