Internationalization at the School of Law

Internationalization at the School of Law pursues two complementary goals: to increase the number of graduates that have had experience abroad, and to make students and the school competitive on the international scene. The School is seeking to make strategy more effective on a threefold front: administrative cooperation, quality of teaching, and post-graduate training. It has worked to heighten the visibility of the School of Law throughout the world; thus teacher and student mobility has increased, as has the School’s credibility and scope for future developments. The quality of teaching has been enhanced by a more interdisciplinary approach. Special relationships have been forged with important institutional partners on the European and world scene. The administrative offices are working to make research mechanisms more flexible, speeding up data acquisition and credit recognition on joint programmes.
Generic internationalization
Generic internationalization aims to sensitize the students and teaching body as to the need to promote European cooperation and a quality Programme Catalogue, in line with the Declaration of Bologna, 1999.
Structured internationalization
Structured internationalization is designed to give a genuinely supranational quality to the training of students and scholars.