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「The EUIJ-Kansai has been selected for a new grant from the European Commission」
 The EU Institute in Japan, Kansai (EUIJ-Kansai), has been selected for a new grant from the European Commission and will commence the Phase-III of its activities on 1 April 2013. The Phase-III will be the period between 1 April 2013 and 31 March 2016.
 The EUIJ-Kansai was established with financial support from the European Commission on 1 April 2005 and during the Phase-I of its activities (1 April 2005- 30 September 2008) it formed a consortium of 3 universities: Kobe University (co-ordinating university), Kwansei Gakuin University and Osaka University. During the Phase-II (1 April 2009- 31 March 2013), the EUIJ-Kansai has expanded its operations by concluding the cooperation agreements with the Institute of Economic Research, Kyoto University, and Kansai University. Our EU-related academic and outreach activities will be further enhanced in the Phase-III by concluding the cooperation agreements with Wakayama University, Kagawa University and Nara Women's University.  9/9
Tuesday October 14 2014, 13:30–15:00
EUIJ-KansaiSpecial seminar"Latvia’s Success Story: Challenging Odds and History" 

Speaker:Mr. Normans Penke
Venue:Library Hall at Nishinomiya (Uegahara Campus)  10/1
Wednesday October 15 2014,13:00-14:30
【EUIJ-Kansai course】Gateway to Europe "New Dutch Studies Course" 

Speaker:Dr. Herman Voogsgeerd(University of Groningen)
《Syllabus》 *first class is open seminar, registration required if you take the course.
Venue:Osaka University Toyonakasougougakkann Room301(Toyonaka Campus) 9/30