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 Aims / Visions

According to the agreement between EU and the EUTW, the EUTW organizes well-integrated programs focused around five objectives to:

1. Become the domestic platform for exchanges and cooperation for the study of the EU and EU policy and the interface for international exchange between the Taiwan European Union research communities.
2. Promote profoundly on advance research of EU and EU policies.
3. Facilitate the academia and civil society interaction between EU and Taiwan for mutual understanding.
4. Advance the comprehension of EU policies to Taiwanese population.
5. Participate actively in global and EU Asia interconnected systems.

Missions and Prospects
The co-founding of European Union Centre by EU, NTU and the Consortium Universities represents the further enhancement of relations between Taiwan and Europe, as well as EU’s determination to promote EU Studies in Taiwan. The Centre shoulders the substantial responsibilities of propagating and deepening the EU Studies, pressing forward bilateral exchange, and participating in the global EU Studies. In the four year plan of phase one, the Centre hopes to establish a platform for the exchange between home and EU Studies groups, Taiwan and EU civil society, and communication and dialog of bilateral policy. Hopefully through the exchange between East Asia and the worldwide EU Centres, in the long run the EUTW will develop to be a base for the most important EU Studies and bilateral civil society interaction of the Chinese-spoken societies.

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