The primary focus of the National Centre for Research on Europe remains the development of a new generation of New Zealand graduates with expertise in a range of European issues in order to foster New Zealand's ability to comprehend and interact with the new Europe. This goal is achieved through the postgraduate programmes offered by the Centre, with over 50 thesis students supported by the NCRE in the last six years.
Graduate students are one of the largest and most important parts of the Centre's University community, and through offering financial support, chances for international research trips and internships, and regular contact with European diplomats and political practitioners the Centre aims to provide the Centre a supportive, challenging and academically exciting environment.
Bachelor of Arts with Honours
- Find out more about Bachelor of Arts with Honours in European Union Studies - BA (Hons)
Master's and PhD degrees
- Find out more about Master of Arts in European Union Studies - MA
- Find out more about taught Master in European Union Studies - MEuro
- Find out more about Doctor of Philosophy in European Union Studies - PhD