Entrance to the course is competitive, based on academic merit and potential. In addition to a good knowledge of English, applicants must have as a minimum a university Bachelor’s degree (BA) or preferably a master’s degree (MA) in Law, Political Science, European Studies or International Relations. Graduates of other disciplines can be considered. Applicants can also rely upon relevant professional experience (for example as a civil servant, NGO employee, etc.) if it can be considered as equivalent to a Bachelor’s degree. You will be required to supply supporting documents. Interviews can be organised in case there is a doubt about the fulfilment of the admission requirements, including knowledge of oral and written English. As well as your CV, a statement of purpose of between 500 and 1000 words (single spaced, 12 point font) is required to explain your motivation for following this program.