EU Information Centres
The first European Documentation Centres were founded in 1963, nowadays there are more than 600 Centres around the world, and they are mostly open at the universities, national libraries and research centres. The main goal of the EUi Centres activity is dissemination of information about the EU and its policy, granting the assistance to universities and research centres in students’ studies and research works concerning European integration, and also promoting students’ participation in debates on European issues.
Currently there are 23 EUis functioning in Ukraine. The EUi Centres are located in higher education institutions of 20 Ukrainian cities, in particular: Dnipropetrovs’k, Kyiv, Lutsk, Sevastopol, Simferopol, Ternopil, Kharkiv, Kherson, Chernivtsi, Odesa, Donetsk, Bila Tserkva, Vinnitsa, Mariupol, Ostroh, Ivano-Frankivsk, Mykolayiv, Lviv, Uzhorod and Chernihiv. The EUi Centres have a broad variety of publications and official materials of the EU institutions, as well as EU bulletins, journals and other information related to the EU functioning, life and social standards in the EU, educational programmes in the EU Member States, EU-Ukraine relations etc. The EUis also provide free access to the electronic databases of official documents issued by the European Commission, the European Parliament and other official EU institutions.
In addition, the EUis regularly initiate and conduct informational events for students and teachers on hot topics related to the activities of the European Union, developments in the EU-Ukraine relations, presentations of educational opportunities for Ukrainian students and scholars. Visitors have free public access to all materials of the EUi Centres. Representatives of the EUis will provide all necessary assistance for finding relevant materials and information
If you want to open the EU Information Centre in your University, please, contact the EU Delegation to Ukraine for details: firstname.lastname@example.org