Diploma of the Academy
The Academy's Diploma examination is held on the last day of each course. It is a three-hour examination.
Although largely based on the subjects covered in the course, the exam requires an advanced knowledge of the field. Only those participants who demonstrate the highest competence in the subject are awarded the Diploma.
Examination questions from previous years are available.
All exams must be answered on a computer in the EUI computing room. Candidates may write their answers in English or French.
This is a 'closed book' exam: candidates cannot use internet and cannot refer to other information. No books or other materials (except language dictionaries) can be taken into the exam room.
Exam papers are corrected anonymously. Markers are requested to rank the exam papers and to determine which candidates deserve the Diploma. Exam markers are not requested to make comments on each exam paper.
The results are made available to all candidates in the autumn term.
2016 Session on Human Rights Law
(Israel, South Africa)
2016 Session on The Law of the European Union
No diplomas were awarded.