The Digital Resource Centre is a venue for students, partners, and the general public to access materials produced by the European Studies Program of the Ateneo de Manila University. These include news, teaching materials, and informational resources about the Program's teaching, research, and extension activities.
The European Studies Program was launched in 1998. It pools faculty with expertise on European affairs. Its teaching and research activities are multidisciplinary, drawing on its faculty’s expertise in economics, politics, security, history, and culture. It was initially formed as part of a European Commission project, begun two years earlier, to bring together Philippine academics who could teach and do research on Europe and the EU. To date, it is the only academic department in the Philippines that has received a Jean Monnet grant from the European Commission. The grant is awarded to institutions that demonstrate high levels of specialized expertise in EU affairs.
Although we are eager to meet you in person, entry to the the Ateneo de Manila University campus in Loyola Heights is limited due to the continuing pandemic. We hope to see you once again, when we are cleared to do so.
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