The Centre for European Governance is a university-recognized research centre and a Jean Monnet Centre for Excellence. It has a collaborative and research-led approach to studying European Governance and is internationally renowned for interdisciplinary research and post-graduate specialised training.
It is based within the Department of Politics which was ranked 6th in the 2008 RAE for world-leading research.
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CEG is an interdisciplinary research centre. Its members are currently working on projects in economics, political science and law. We host the European Journal of Political Research. Academic staff are executive board members of UACES, SCHES and ECPR. Find out more about CEG members and more about CEG research projects. The Centre provides advanced specialist training in the areas of EU politics, constitutional politics, regulatory governance, public opinion, and the political economy of European integration through its MA programmes coordinated through the Department of Politics and the European stream of the MPA programme:
Every year we organise a study tour of the European Union institutions in Brussels. Please click here for more information about the trip. There is also an annual trip to the SUNY Model EU which was held in Exeter in 2012.