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 master’s degree (MA) in Law, Political Science, European Studies or International Relations. Applicants having a BA in Law may exceptionally be considered on the basis of excellent academic merits. Applications of graduates of other disciplines will be considered case by case. Applicants can also rely upon relevant professional experience (for example as a civil servant, NGO employee, etc.). You will be required to supply supporting documents, including knowledge of oral and written English. As well as your CV, a statement of purpose of around 500 words (single spaced, 12 point font) is required to explain your motivation for following this program.