Introduction

BACES – Brussels Academy for China and European Studies – is a platform for exchanging academic ideas, for promoting understanding between Chinese and European people and is established in the framework of the China-EU “High Level People-to-People Dialogue”. The Academy has an assignment in the field of education, research and policy advice.

On Monday 31 March 2014, the Brussels Academy for China-European Studies (BACES) between Renmin University of China, Sichuan University, Fudan University and Vrije Universiteit Brussel was officially established.

Read more about BACES and find out more about its project work

Latest News and Events

1310, 2017

Workshop on EU-China-US Trilateral Relationship in an Uncertain World – 28 September 2017, Egmont Palace, Brussels – FINAL REPORT OUT

October 13th, 2017|0 Comments

Workshop on EU-China-US Trilateral Relationship in an Uncertain World 28 September 2017, at the Egmont Palace, Place du Petit Sablon 8bis, 1000 Brussels. Given the importance of the EU, the United States and China for the global system, what are the prospects for trilateral cooperation in different policy areas? [...]

2609, 2017

Report from the International Conference on BRICS and Global Governance

September 26th, 2017|0 Comments

Report from the International Conference on BRICS and Global Governance, 8 September at the Egmont Palace, Brussels. The Role of the BRICS in the World, an international conference which was successfully held in Brussels just three days after the BRICS summit in Xiamen (China from 3-5 September). Supported by [...]

808, 2017

BACES Leaflet is out!

August 8th, 2017|0 Comments

BACES has produced a leaflet explaining in broad terms what the platform stands for, when it was founded, what its mission and purpose is, and gives a very short overview of some of the projects it is currently involved in, such as those in connection to investment, innovation & technology transfer, [...]