Successful applicants will have airfares and accommodation costs covered to enable their participation in a HUI-EU workshop.


To take part in HUI-EU workshops, applicants must meet the following eligibility criteria:

  • Be enrolled as a PhD student at one of the HUI-EU partner institutions: any of the eight New Zealand Universities, RMIT (Australia), Gadjah Mada University (Indonesia) or the institutions comprising the European Union Centre in Taiwan, or be enrolled at a nearby university and have links to a partner institution through the institutional contacts listed below;
  • Be at the pre-confirmation or immediate post-confirmation stage of their studies;
  • Be engaged with any aspect of European Union studies as a topic of their research;
  • Not have attended a HUI-EU workshop previously.

Institutional Contacts

Key contacts at our partner institutions:

InstitutionContactEmail Address
New Zealand UniversitiesDr Mathew Doidge
Dr Serena Kelly
RMITProf. Bruce
Gadjah Mada UniversityDrs. Muhadi
European Union Centre in TaiwanProf. Hungdah Su
Assoc. Prof. Adrian Rauchfleisch
Dr Marc Cheng

To Apply

Before applying, please make certain to familiarise yourself with the Participant Obligations listed here.

Please email your application (compiled into a single PDF document) to both:

Dr Mathew
Dr Serena

Your application must include:

  • 500 word outline of thesis topic;
  • 200 word statement as to why you wish to attend the HUI-EU Workshop, and what you hope to gain from it;
  • Clarification of the stage of your PhD at which you are at, and the date you enrolled on the PhD programme;
  • Short Curriculum Vitae;
  • Contact details of an academic referee/thesis supervisor.

The deadline for applications for the first HUI-EU Workshop on 15-17 February 2023 in Melbourne (Australia) is: 23:00 NZT (17:00 WIB/18:00 CST/21:00 AEDT) on Friday 25th November 2022.