Admitted are top-level Master students having at least 4 years of successfully accomplished higher education in social sciences or humanities, with a proven and justified interest and general knowledge in Parliamentary Law, Constitutional Law, Comparative Law, Political Science, International Relations, and EU Studies.

Students should prove a good command of English, both spoken and written. All applicants from non-English speaking countries and universities are required to submit a language proficiency test: IELTS (minimum overall band score of 7.0). A second language proficiency is highly appreciated (particularly Spanish and/or Italian), as well as previous experience in parliamentary and legislative drafting confirmed via reference letters.