European Law & Governance School

European Law & Governance School

Athens , Greece
  • 85
    Acceptance Rate
  • 3
    Available Programs
  • 9900 EUR
    Average Cost
  • Program
  • Permit


Inspired by the values that lie at the heart of the European Union, such as fundamental rights, the free movement of professionals, goods and services, and the creation of a single market system, as well as by the challenges and opportunities created by these policies, the ELGS has identified the need to create a new form of education that is Pan-European in character.

Entry requirements

- Internationally recognized high school degree (ex. International Baccalaureate);

- Personal statement (500-600 words);

- Interview.

Scholarship & funding

Scholarships for Undergraduate and Graduate Degrees are available for a select number of students and are merit-based. If you are interested in receiving a scholarship, the appropriate box should be selected on the application form and a 400-600 word personal statement must be submitted, outlining the ways in which you satisfy the criteria. Prospective students for scholarship calls should apply through the website of the ELGS stating their wish to specifically receive a scholarship for one of the below calls in the personal statement section within the application form.

More specifically:

  • The Ministry of Foreign Affairs of the Italian Republic offers 6 Scholarships for Italian Nationals for the European Law and Governance School Postgraduate and Research (MSt only). Programs covering one-year tuition fees. The Call covers tuition for the LLM in EU Law, the MA in Governance and the MSt degrees. The Italian MFA announcement will soon be relesed for this year. The Region of Lavreotiki -the region where the Undergraduate premises of the ELGS are situated- offers (2) two full scholarships for the support of the undergraduate studies of two candidates with origin from this region. Lavreotiki region includes the following areas: Lavrion port, Keratea and the village of Agios Konstantinos.
  • There are also merit-based Scholarships offered by the International Organization EPLO which operates the School, addressed to excellent students which are evaluated based on their academic and personal record provided along with their application.


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