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The Colorado European Union Center of Excellence




Currently, over 3.1 million employees with EU concerns work in the Mountain West region, and the region’s population is expected to triple in the next 30 years, revealing huge potential for international interaction, especially with the EU. Recently, there was more European investment in the state of Wyoming or the state of Utah than the total European investment in China and India combined. CEUCE aims to transform a former frontier to an international crossroads, where ideas and people meet, mingle, and merge.

To do so, CEUCE welcomes formal partnerships with academic institutions, nonprofits, NGO's and businesses both locally and internationally. Currently, the center is formally partnered with five universities in the Mountain West and has partnerships with many educational organizations across the front range listed below. Additionally, the center looks to form a network of European university partnerships to deepen research collaboration, student and faculty exchange.