Following its participation in the European Commission call for proposals in 2017, the University of Luxembourg was selected as a partner to run a Europe Direct Information Centre (EDIC) for the period 2018-2021. The agreement establishing EDIC University of Luxembourg was signed on 28 March 2019 by Prof. Dr Stéphane Pallage, Rector of the University, and Yuriko Backes, Head of the European Commission Representation in Luxembourg. EDIC University of Luxembourg is geared towards a broad audience, with the aim of informing students, researchers, teachers and the general public about issues related to the European Union’s history and current affairs, as well as reflecting on potential future challenges. 29 Marc 2019 to 30 April 2021, EDIC University of Luxembourg had organized wide range of of lectures, seminars, discussions and exhibitions in cooperation with numerous partners from Luxembourg and worldwide. In the meantime, it had offered a vast variety of information about the history of European integration, the EU institutions, the workings and policies of a united Europe, as well as the place of Luxembourg and its key figures in the European integration history. Based in the Luxembourg Learning Centre (LLC) on Belval Campus, EDIC University of Luxembourg is managed by Dr Elena Danescu, a Research Scientist at the Luxembourg Centre for Contemporary and Digital History (C2DH) - the third interdisciplinary centre of the University of Luxembourg.