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Books, periodicals, bibliographies and other print and online resources for academic research.
The Center for European Studies (CES) fosters rich, culturally academic environments including language and area studies courses, degree options and study abroad opportunities. Courses have two foci: Western European and EU studies, as well as on Europe’s periphery with Modern Greek, Polish, Hungarian, and Czech language and Romanian and Bulgarian area studies courses.
Interlibrary Loan is a free service which provides materials to patrons, that are not available in the UF library collections. This can include either loans (books, dissertations, microfilm, etc.) or copies of articles and book chapters.
UFIC staff administer the programs that made possible over 6,600 international students on campus or pursuing practical training this past year, that sent almost 2,200 UF students to study abroad, that manage hundreds of collaborative agreements with partner institutions across the world, and that support thousands of international trips for research, teaching and collaboration.