Jean Monnet funding grant

The EUSAAP is pleased to announce that is has received a Jean Monnet funding grant from the Education and Culture Directorate General of the European Commission to the value of €50,000 for our upcoming annual conference to take place from the 17th – 19th of February 2011 in Thailand. For further details please see our events page.

University scheme for EU studies marks 20 years

A university student support scheme on EU integration this year marks two decades of helping new member states and candidate countries grow accustomed to European Union history, law and economics.

Named after a French entrepreneur who in the aftermath of the Second World War played a key-role in the creation of what later became the European Union, the Jean Monnet programme was introduced in 1989 to help universities set up departments and courses on European studies.

It has since expanded to 62 countries all over the world and reaches 250,000 students every year, with an annual budget of over €23 million.

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Jean Monnet Grant Received

The EUSA-AP has received a 50,000 euro grant to host the Asia-Pacific Studies Conference, Christchurch, September 25-27 2008.


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