The beneficiaries of this intensive learning experience are:
- graduates, doctoral students and post-docs who are active in the field of parliamentary, comparative, and European Union studies (preferably with a background in law and in social sciences in general) and want to test their current knowledge and experience with an international faculty and senior professionals. Students must hold at least a bachelor degree(preferably in law, political science, economy, philosophy or history).In the case of law students, applicants must have completed their third year
- civil servants from European institutions and bodies, from international organizations, and from national and subnational institutions in Member States and from Third countries, who want to advance and share their hands-on experience with other colleagues and scholars;
- lobbyists and public affairs professionals who want to acquire advanced knowledge on the exercise of budgetary powers, at national and European level, and, therefore, be better prepared to the new challenges, in particular the new budgetary cycle through the European Semester, its players and the coordination between national and EU budgets.