Canada-India Centre for Excellence: India and Canada are two great democracies occupying large areas rich in natural resources. Both nations share a strong commitment to education, the environment, health and science. Both view technology as a means to solve problems and to advance economic development.
Confucius Institute: The National Capital Confucius Institute for Culture, Language and Business at Carleton University is a partnership between Carleton University, Canada’s Capital University, and the Confucius Institute Headquarters of China, a Chinese not-for-profit educational organization with 322 Confucius Institutes in 91 countries across the world.
 CES The Centre for European Studies (CES): The Centre for European Studies (CES) was established in October 2000 and in 2006 was designated a Carleton University Research Centre (CURC). In the summer 2006, the European Commission designated CES an EU Centre of Excellence (EUCE). CES was also selected to serve as Network Coordinator for the Canadian Network of EU Centers of Excellence. CES is grateful for support from the European Union and from Carleton University.
CTPL The Centre for Trade Policy and Law (CTPL): The Centre for Trade Policy and Law is a joint unit of NPSIA at Carleton University and the Faculty of Law at the University of Ottawa with funding from the Department of Foreign Affairs and International Trade.  It has a mandate to promote teaching and research in trade policy and law; to promote greater understanding of trade policy issues and to encourage the development of trade policy professionals.
CTCA Centre for Transnational Cultural Analysis (CTCA): CTCA is a research hub that brings together scholars and students working with transnational approaches to studies in the humanities. Despite the increasingly transnational contours of cultural interaction, transmission, and formation, as well as our increasing awareness of the historical interconnectedness of cultures, a national model of cultural analysis remains entrenched. The Centre promotes and fosters teaching and research that complicates this model.
CGPM Centre for Governance and Public Management: The Centre for Governance and Public Management (CGPM) at Carleton University focuses on political and administrative reform projects in the developing world, post-communist societies and post-conflict regimes. Building on the expertise located in the School of Public Policy and Administration (SPPA) and the Faculty of Public Affairs (FPA) at Carleton University, CGPM’s overarching, long-term goal is to be recognized nationally and internationally as the leading Canadian centre of expertise on public sector and public management reform in transitional and developing countries.
Metropolis logo Metropolis: The International Metropolis Project is an international network of researchers, policy makers, and community groups engaged in identifying, understanding, and responding to developments in migration and diversity. Through our efforts, we encourage the production and effective communication of policy-relevant knowledge amongst decision-makers, thought leaders, and practitioners. Our network includes partners from across North America, Europe and Asia-Pacific and is growing in Africa and Latin America.