European Documentation Centres (EDCs) network has been established in 1963 by the European Union. There are about 400 offices in the Member States usually located in university libraries. EDCs main aim is to provide access to official EU documents.
Corvinus University library collects printed EU-documents, they are integrated into the catalogue. To online documents we provide links, see them under Recommended sources.
Currently there are 13 EDCs in Hungary; Library of the Hungarian Parliament functions as EU Depository Library.
Phone: +36 1 482 7009
EU databases for the public
|Name and link of databases||Short summary|
|CORDIS||European Commission’s primary source of projects and research results.|
|InfoCuria||It contains all the publicly available information concerning the cases brought before the Court of Justice, the General Court and the Civil Service Tribunal. |
|EUR-LEX||Access to European Union Law.|
|EURES||The European Job Mobility Portal.|
|Eurobarometer||European Commission’s Public Opinion-website (Eurobarometer).|
|EUROSTAT||Key to European statistics.|
|IATE||(Interactive Terminology for Europe): EU’s terminology database.|
|NLEX||A common gateway to National Law.|
|OEIL||It monitors the EU decision-making process.|
|TED||(Tenders Electronic Daily): it is the online version of the ‘Supplement to the Official Journal’ of the EU, dedicated to European public procurement.|
|EU who is who||Official directory of EU.|