Studying Law at the University of Milan
Educational activities in Law are organized into two semesters:
- 25 September - 11 December 2019 - first semester
- 24 February - 20 May 2020 - second semester.
Lessons for modules not included in the first semester timetable are automatically assigned to the second semester.
- 12 December 2019 - 21 February 2020, four sessions
- 21 May - 31 July 2020, three sessions
- 1 September - 25 september 2020, two sessions.
Internships and placements in courts, professional offices, corporations, and other institutions are open to:
- students in good standing who are registered for the Degree Programmes in Law and Legal Sciences
- graduates, up to 12 months from graduation.
Students enrolled in the last year of the Master's Degree in Law can simultaneously carry out the first 6 of the 18 months as a trainee required to enter the legal profession.
Law participates in the Erasmus+ Programme, including mobility of placement. Student Placement offers students the opportunity to carry a training internship in companies, research and training centres, and other organizations abroad.
The University of Milan offers study awards for students or graduates, thanks to its own or external funding.
The Faculty of Law favors collaboration and exchange with international organizations and institutions that operate in areas of legal interest.
See the international mobility calls for students and graduates in Law
Every year, thanks to special agreements beyond its participation in the Erasmus+ Programme, Law offers around 120 students the opportunity to study at European and extra-European partner universities, including prestigious North American, South American and Asian universities.
Law offers a Double Degree Program in Law thanks to its agreement with the Faculty of Law the University of Toulouse and Cergy-Pointoise, and in collaboration with foreign universities periodically organizes Summer Schools abroad.
Information and contacts for students interested in a period of study at a European University.
Admission to the final exam is subject to the acquisition of a certain number of credits (CFU) and the preparation of a thesis paper. The number of credits required and the ways in which the thesis work must be carried out are specific to each Degree Programme.
The Moot Court Competition, in which the State University students of Law have repeatedly distinguished themselves, are competitions in a simulated arbitration process.
Teams from different universities challenge each other in the role of lawyers, discussing a case assigned to them in the presence of arbitration panels consisting of the most famous and distinguished academics and professionals in the sector.