The teaching staff is made up of professors in political science, law, economics and history. Also joining the team are professionals from different institutions and political arenas (e.g. officials from the European Union, members of the European Union, officials from the Belgian Permanent Representation to the EU and journalists) who can bring insight from their experience and who provide expert resources for students’ work.
There is a bilingual approach to the programme as certain subjects are taught in English: this is a way of acquiring a good command of the language. At the same time, students are also encouraged to choose a third, and perhaps even a fourth, language. The importance of languages also reflects the wide range of cultures involved in the European process and the necessity to promote diversity.