The courses are open to advanced students of law or related fields, including lawyers, specialists, practitioners, professors and researchers, and provide ample opportunities to engage in discussions and exchange ideas with experts and fellow participants working in the same field.
Applicants should have completed at least:
- 3 years of a law degree, or
- 4 years of university studies, including courses on international law and/or EU Law (to be listed on the application form)
Applicants of all nationalities are eligible.
All classes are in English and participants therefore need to have a strong command of English (level B2 of the Common European Framework Guidelines is recommended as a minimum requirement). No language certificate is required.
Admission is based on merit. Applications will be reviewed on a rolling basis. Places on the courses are very limited and candidates are advised to apply early.