Curricular internships in Court
The University of Milan has entered an agreement with the Court of Milan, namely the section specialising in immigration, international protection and free movement of EU citizens.
This agreement allows fourth- and fifth-year students of the single-cycle Master's degree programme in Law to undertake curricular internships at the above mentioned section of the Court, participating in its activities and gaining practical experience in a new, challenging legal field.
The activities carried out alongside the judges cover: research on case law and the countries of origin of asylum seekers, procedure sheet preparation, hearing activities, such as drafting minutes and reports, co-drafting orders, searching databases for country of origin information (COI), doctrine and case law.
The internship lasts 6 months, and the total commitment is approximately 480 hours.
Students majoring in EU current policies on migration and development may write their thesis on one of the internship topics.
This type of internship can award additional points towards the degree mark, subject to the commission's approval.
Students enrolled in the fourth and fifth years of the single-cycle Master's degree programme in Law who have passed the EU current policies on migration and development exam with at least 27/30 and have an average score of at least 26/30 can apply for the internship.
In the event of multiple applications, we will prioritize candidates who have demonstrated greater motivation, taking part in associated preliminary activities.
How to apply
Please submit your application to the project manager, Prof. Alessia Di Pascale.
Internships will be activated after the selection process.
Note: Prof. Di Pascale is the project manager and academic tutor exclusively for internships in the Court section specialising in immigration, international protection and free movement of EU citizens.
For other Law internships, please contact the tutors referred to on the Traineeships and internships page.