European information centres called EUi (former European Documentation Centres – EDCs) can be found throughout the EU and in third countries. These Centres are a network of information centres, designated by the European Commission since 1964 in order to support the studies, teaching and research on the university level. In the EUi visitors can find collections of official publications and documents of the European Union, academic books on EU Law and politics, EU institutions European integration, European politics and institutions.
EUi at the Centre for European Studies was opened by the EU Delegation in November 2007, in the Centre for European Law and Integration (later renamed into the Centre for European Studies). The Centre was created in 2006 at Yerevan State University under the auspices of the EU-funded project on the Establishment of a Chair for European and International Law and Centre for European Law and Integration at Yerevan State University and Partnership and Cooperation Agreement Promotion (ECEILAW).
The aim of the centre:
- to provide information about the European Union;
- to support the university students with literature and materials about European Union, law, politics and the integration models;
- to orgnaise events for better understanding of the European Union politics.
Opening hours: Mon – Fri 09:30 – 17:00
Please be advised that due to the COVID 19 restrictions, opening hours might be different.
Location: The EUi is located in the Resource Centre of the Centre for European Studies, on the second floor of the YSU Library.
For more information, please contact us: telephone: +374 10 55-08-10; e-mail: email@example.com