Structured internationalization

Structured internationalization is designed to give a genuinely supranational quality to the training of students and scholars.

The School is engaged in many structured internationalization projects:

  • consolidating a Programme Catalogue for the joint five-year individual study plan in Italian-French Law (liaising with Paris Nanterre University);
  • continuing to collaborate with Strasbourg University and King’s College London over an international PhD in European law within the European Union;
  • enforcing the existing cooperation established with Tilburg University for the implementation of the International Tax Law PhD with a new double degree path;
  • starting up the “Erasmus Mundus Joint Doctorate” project Law, Science and Technology - an inter-disciplinary PhD on the new challenges posed by an IT-dominated society, and technological developments in the field of law, sociology and ethics;
  • building up school participation (teachers, PhD students and undergraduates) in the China-EU School of Law project;
  • drawing up an Agreement with UIA (Union Internationale des Avocats), with the twofold aim of instituting vocational internships of School students and neo-graduates at UIA-member chambers, and of arranging upgrade seminars at the School.
  • eatablishing cooperation agreements with foreign organizations and institutions.