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Our European Documentation Centre is part of the Europe Direct information network, which spans the whole EU. The network consists of 480 EU information centres (EDICs); 400 documentation centres (EDCs) at European universities and research centres and; 400 expert speakers (Team Europe) available to participate in events and write press articles.
The main tasks of the European Documentation Centres are to:
EDC at the University of Nicosia (EDC-UNIC)
As of 2012, the University of Nicosia Library is a European Documentation Centre (EDC), which is part of the Europe Direct information network spanning the whole EU. It is your local link to information on Europe.
EDC-UNIC is mandated to promote and develop teaching and research with regard to Europe. Part of its function, is to provide academia and the public with information, guidance, training and access to EU resources and in-depth information provided by EU institutions. These resources include official EU publications, policies, legislation, statistics, databases, resources and other information regarding the EU.
To ensure that EDC-UNIC has access to the correct and up-to-date information it is mandatory that the EDC manager attends all meetings and trainings organised by the European Commission and its Representation in Cyprus.
Services provided by your EDC:
We also provide help on accessing:
NOTE: you can also get help by using Freephone access to the Europe Direct Call Centre on
The University of Nicosia also offers:
EU Courses at UNic
We also offer a variety of courses in connection to the European Union, including:
EU Programmes at UNic
Jean Monnet Lecture series is part of the "Lifelong Learning Programme" of the European Union. The main objective of this project is to combine professional and academic expertise on EU-related issues by creating an active centre for education, where professionals, academics and students will enhance their knowledge, exchange views and examine issues pertinent to the history, prospects, and diplomatic and political processes of European integration.
In addition, the University is a member of ERASMUS, which is the EU's flagship education and training programme enabling students, faculty and staff of European Universities to spend time in another EU institution.