EURUS houses the Centre for European Studies, which focuses on European integration, the European Union, and comparative studies involving Europe, as well as a Jean Monnet Chair in the EU’s Eastern Neighbourhood Relations.  In addition, individual faculty members have their own research projects.

The numerous research projects create a vibrant and dynamic environment for our graduate students. In addition, most projects offer employment to MA students. Students can link project activities to their own studies, as well as gaining first-hand experience in the field of study. This experience assists them following graduation either in future employment or in pursuing PhD or further post-graduate studies.