The Academy of European Public Law is for those who seek to deepen their knowledge on the reasoning and philosophy of the different national public law systems of European countries, as well as the divergences among them, and obtain either a Certificate of Attendance in European Public Law or an Intensive International LLM (I.I.LL.M).
Applicants to both the Certificate program and the I.I.LL.M. programs should possess:
1. An Undergraduate degree in law, political science, European studies, international affairs, or any other related field.
2. Proficiency in English. English proficiency is indicated by a certificate such as TOEFL, University of Cambridge CPE or IELTS (score: 32-40). In addition, applicants who reside in an English-speaking country, have studied or currently study at University level in English, or have attended an English secondary school for at least three years, are considered proficient in English for academic purposes.
3. An exceptional academic background and/or maintain promising careers.
In addition to the general admission, please check the Terms and Conditions.