Laurea (First cycle degree/Bachelor - 180 ECTS) in Labour and corporate relations advisor

Degree programme

Programme type Laurea (First cycle degree/Bachelor - 180 ECTS)
Academic Year 2018/2019
General policies and regulations D.M. 270
Code 9230
Degree Programme Class L-14 - Legal services
Years in which the programme is being held I, II
Teaching mode Traditional lecture (classroom-taught)
Admission typology Open access with assessment of basic knowledge
Place of teaching Bologna
Degree Programme Director Patrizia Tullini
Teachers Teachers
Language Italian

Admission requirements and assessment of previously acquired knowledge/competences

Admission to the degree programme in Business Consultingand Corporate Relations requires possession of a secondary school diplomaawarded after five years of study or a foreign qualification recognised assuitable.

Additionally, knowledge and competence in the followingareas are required:

- Good general education

- Logic and reasoning abilities

- Ability to understand and interpret texts and documents(in Italian)

- Knowledge of basic legal concepts

- Knowledge of a European Union language at a minimum A2level

The methods for testing the knowledge required foradmission are defined in the point on method of admission.

If the results of the test are not positive, additionallearning requirements will be specified.

Completion of the learning requirements is the subject ofa separate test.

The testing method is defined in the point on method ofadmission.

Students who do not complete the additional learningrequirements by the date established by the competent bodies and, in any case,by the end of the first year of the degree programme, will be required torepeat their enrolment for that year.

Programme profile

Graduates of the degree programme in Business Consultingand Corporate Relations have an in-depth knowledge of all the aspectsinterconnected with the labour law sector and the ability to apply itsregulations. They also have the skills of a philosophical/historical,computer-related, economic and sociological nature as well as in the areas ofprivate law, constitutional law, commercial law, tax law and procedural law.

The education plan is divided into two learning areas:the area of history, private law and constitutional law and the labour lawarea.

The course structure diagram includes the activation ofstrictly labour law course units, as well as course units with labour lawaspects that are both explicit and implicit.

The activities planned for the first year, whileintroductory and useful for ensuring adequate basic preparation, also havespecific qualities, consistent with the entire course structure diagram. Inthis framework, for example, the Institutes of Roman Law course unit isconceived and configured above all as an introductory session to thefundamental concepts of law.

These course units are combined with others, which arealso supplementary in nature, aimed at broadening the basic preparation andproviding the necessary skills in specific sectors, so as to complete theprofessional training.

The necessary connection between academic preparation andvocational training is guaranteed through establishing structured relationshipswith professional and productive entities. In fact, curricular internships areplanned in public and private institutions and bodies in order to providestudents with the working tools required to respond to the demands of the worldof work.

A significant part of broadening and developing thisknowledge is also delegated to the student's personal study.

Assessments on obtaining the abilities to apply knowledgeand understanding take place, according to the choices of individual teachers,through oral and written exams as well as by evaluating personal papers and thediscussion of issues in group activities, which results in mastering the toolsas well as the methods provided during studies.

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