EUCLID enrolls both government officials and non-government applicants coming from the general public. However, EUCLID makes a distinction between government officials working for its own Participating States and those working for non-EUCLID Participating States. As it is, many EUCLID students are government officials working for non-EUCLID Participating States (Bosnia and Herzegovina, Guyana, Saint Lucia, South Sudan) and international organizations (UNICEF, NEPAD, etc.), but there technically considered as “general public students” since they are in fact paying students.
To clarify: under the terms of its constitutive intergovernmental agreement, EUCLID is authorized to enroll and educate select students from the general public. “General public” technically refers to applicants that are not officials of a EUCLID Participating State or of a partner intergovernmental organization. “General public” students are paying students, and their tuition fees constitute a major source of funding for the institution, allowing EUCLID to sponsor non-paying / full scholarship students from its mandated constituency.
For non-EUCLID Participating States officials and staff, the procedure is as follows: