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Research Paper Proposal Submission for 2017 Spring
Deadline: 5pm on Fri. 9 June 2017
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[closed] EU-DPs 2017 Spring Semester Registration

Registration deadline: No later than Thu. 27 April
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EU-DPs 2016 Fall Semester News (2)
The EU-DPs has recognized an Paper of Excellence awardee from amongst 2016 Fall Semester research papers.
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EU-DPs 2016 Fall Semester News (1)
3 EU-DPs students were awarded the Diploma in EU Studies. Congratulations to them all!
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JM Seminar Series "French Presidential Election and the EU"
Date and Time: Tue. 16 May 2017, 8:40-1010
Venue: Large Lecture Room, Kaizuka area, Hakozaki Campus, Kyushu University
Speaker: Prof. Toshio Hatayama, Saga University
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■ Related Information
Article of JM Seminar Series on 27 Jan. 2017 on the EU-Japan Newsletter. Here is the link to the latest March issue (p.22):
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2017/03/21 JMCoE-Q Newsletter vol.1 and Vol.2 has been published!

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(Call)Falling Walls Lab Tokyo science communication contest | <EVENT> ERC 10 Years Anniversary with VIP speakers
Date and Time: 27 May 2017(Participants will be informed about the exact time of the event)
Venue: The National Museum of Emerging Science and Innovation (2-3-6 Aomi, Koto-ku, Tokyo, Japan)
Who can Apply: (All Desciplines) Bachelor and Master, PhD candidates, postdocs, junior professors and entrepreneurs
Organized by EURAXESS→Website of EURAXESS Links Japan
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St. Patricks Day Parade in Fukuoka (Supported by Kyushu University EU Centre (JMCoE-Q))
Date and Time: Sunday 19 March 2017, 13:30~15:00 
Venue: Shoten-gai, Shinten-cho, Tenjin, Fukuoka
Organized by Japan Celtic Organization
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The Kyushu University EU Centre was established in December 2010 as an institution in Kyushu University to promote and support the activities of the European Union Institute in Japan, Kyushu (EUIJ-Kyushu) administered by a consortium of Seinan Gakuin University, Fukuoka Women’s University, and Kyushu University, which began its operation in April 2011. EUIJ-Kyushu was one of the academic institutions worldwide which had provided students, researchers, and the public with various opportunities to broaden their knowledge of all aspects of the EU and its member countries, and had disseminated information related to the EU.

EUIJ-Kyushu ended its 5-year operation in March 2016. As a result of its wide-ranging activities, including EU-DPs, it had developed into a beneficial programme in the field of education and research related to the EU. Now, the EU Centre is set to continue building on this accomplishment as it begins its new term from June 2016. >>>