UCL European Institute
The European Institute is UCL's hub for research, engagement and teaching on Europe, across disciplines.
The Institute fosters an environment where work on Europe can flourish, aiming to maximise its reach and relevance - internally and externally.
Founded in 2010, and a Jean Monnet Centre of Excellence since 2016, the UCL European Institute exists to enhance UCL’s position as one of the world’s leading centres for the study of Europe.
Internally, the Institute enables and support UCL research and teaching activities on Europe, and foster an environment where work on Europe can flourish.
Externally, members engage with policy professionals, civil society and new audiences, in order to maximise the reach, significance and relevance of UCL research on Europe.
The European Institute also helps to shape UCL’s institutional engagement with Europe.
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