European Documentation Centre (Cardiff EDC)
Welcome to the website of Cardiff University's European Documentation Centre.
- Are you looking for information and expertise on the European Union and the countries of Europe for your work or studies?
- Do you want to give your opinion on EU issues and help to make policy?
- Are you thinking about living, working, studying or retiring in another EU country?
- Would you like to find out more about the European dimension in your life and what being a 'European citizen' means?
- Do you want to know how the EU impacts on Wales?
Cardiff EDC staff have expertise and long experience in working with information about the EU and the wider Europe and will provide a professional and non-partisan service. Cardiff EDC is the publisher of European Sources Online, a subscription-based information service that focuses specifically on Europe.
Whether you want a straightforward answer to a question or help to put together a fully rounded analysis of information on a controversial topic, we can help you.
Visit the Centre in person or contact us by post, telephone or email.
Latest edition of Cardiff EDC News
Cardiff EDC has moved
The Aberconway Guest Study Centre, which includes the European Documentation Centre, has now moved into the Guest Extension, located just behind the Guest Building on Colum Drive. The Guest Building is due to be demolished by the end of the year to make way for a car park.
As a result of the disruption caused by the demolition of the Guest Building and the building of the car park, we will not be able to hold our usual events this autumn. However, the annual ERASMUS Reception and European Film Evening will be held in early 2012, along with other events. Further details are posted on our News and Events page.
Click on the link below to see a plan of the new Aberconway Guest Study Centre.
Welcome to new interns
At the beginning of October we welcomed two new interns, Hélène Louis from France and Jorge Montesdeoca Perez from Spain, who will be working with us for five months.
In November, a record number of part-time interns signed up for 2011-12, most of whom will be studying at Cardiff University in EUROS and CARBS. See our Internships page for further information.