The European Institute is one of the largest, if not the largest, centres for the study of European anywhere in the world. Its motto is 'Study Europe. Understand the World.', because the issues facing Europe are not unique to the continent. The European Institute is not bound by a Eurocentric approach to its work. On the contrary; through a critical approach to studying Europe, a better understanding of the world can be achieved.
The European Institute’s core work centres around three key areas: research, teaching and learning, and public events.
The work of the Institute's faculty, research staff, and its highly active doctoral community focuses on its four key research themes: Political Economy, Politics and Policy, Culture and Society, and Migration.
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