International Politics, Law and Economics (IPLE)

Studenti in sala studio
International Politics, Law and Economics (IPLE)
Scheda del corso
A.A. 2021/2022
Laurea triennale
L-36 - SCIENZE POLITICHE E DELLE RELAZIONI INTERNAZIONALI
Laurea triennale
180
Crediti
Accesso
Programmato
3
Anni
Lingua
Inglese
The Bachelors Programme in International Politics, Law and Economics is a three-year English taught programme which offers interdisciplinary education in political science, law, economics, history, and sociology, with a particular emphasis on the political, economic, and legal dimensions of the contemporary international context.
The international and comparative focus which characterises all of the courses taught within this programme aims to enable students to understand and interpret todays global reality, while also allowing them to grasp and critically assess its complexities.
Furthermore, this Programme aims at providing graduates with a sound knowledge of English: students will be able to constantly practice it by attending lectures, actively participating in class (e.g. thanks to exercises and/or other written/oral activities), as well as taking written and oral exams in English.
The Bachelors Programme prepares graduates to find employment in the following areas: national and regional/local public administrations, including diplomatic missions to foreign countries or international institutions; international organisations; NGOs (e.g. those engaged in humanitarian volunteering activities); centres or associations specialised in the study and analysis of political, social, and economic processes; public and/or private (national or multinational) companies involved in international trade and finance; in the fields of services, cultural heritage, tourism, and communication.

Statistiche occupazionali (Almalaurea)
Percorsi consigliati dopo laurea
This Bachelor's Programme is designed to provide its graduates with the appropriate knowledge and competences to continue their studies, in Italy or abroad, with a Master's Programme in the fields of Political Science, Law and Economics. The degree in International Politics, Law and Economics allows graduates meeting the curricular requirements to access several Master's Programmes within the Faculty of Political, Economic and Social Sciences of the University of Milan, including those in International Relations (class LM-52 'International Relations') and in Economics and Political Science (classes LM-56 'Economics' and LM-62 'Political Science').
The Department responsible for the Bachelor's programme has exchange agreements under the Erasmus+ programme with several Universities in France, Germany, Spain, Central and Eastern Europe (mainly Czech Republic, Slovakia, Poland, Estonia and Lithuania, Romania, Bulgaria), Belgium, the Netherlands, Denmark, Finland, Norway, Sweden, Portugal, the United Kingdom, Ireland, Malta, Slovenia and Turkey, as well as extra-European exchanges with Japan (Waseda University and Kobe University).
Course attendance is highly recommended.
Iscriversi

In order to be admitted to the Bachelor's Programme in International Politics, Law and Economics, prospective students must hold an upper secondary school diploma or equivalent qualification obtained abroad after at least 12 years of schooling , and possess an adequate educational background. Indeed, some basic skills are required in the two following areas: language comprehension,  logic and mathematics. These skills are essential to the fruitful participation in this programme, as is a sound knowledge of English (level B2 of the European reference framework).
Pursuant to Article 2 of Law 264/1999, with a view to ensuring high quality education in the light of available resources, the maximum number of students who can enroll in this programme is set at 125, plus a certain number of spots that are reserved for non-EU candidates residing abroad. The admission test for EU candidates is organized in two sessions: the first session, in Spring 2021, is reserved to students attending their last year of secondary school; the second session, open to all candidates, will take place in Summer  2021.The selection procedure for non-EU candidates residing abroad will take place in Spring 2021, and will be open both to students in their last year of secondary school, and to those who already got their diploma.
The admission test will serve as a basis for both the selection of candidates and the assessment of their skills in the abovementioned two areas (language comprehension,  logic and mathematics). In order to be positively assessed in each subject area, candidates must correctly answer at least 50% of the questions. Those candidates who are admitted in the programme despite having correctly replied to a lower percentage of questions in the area of logic and mathematics (jointly considered)  will be assigned further training requirements (s.c. OFA, Obblighi Formativi Aggiuntivi). This means that they will have to attend courses/workshops or consult supplementary materials and pass another test within their first year in the programme. If they fail to do so, they will not be allowed to take second- and/or third-year exams. Further information on these OFA are available online on the website, at Area Studiare, of the Faculty of Political, Economic and Social Sciences. 
 
English OFA
To be able to sit  the exams included in the degree programme, students must be proficient in English at a  B2 level  under the Common European Framework of Reference for Languages (CEFR). This proficiency level may be certified as follow:
 
- By a language certification, earned within three years prior to the date of submission, at a B2 level or higher. For the list of language certifications recognised by the University, please review: https://www.unimi.it/en/study/language-proficiency/placement-tests-entry-tests-and-english-courses. The certification must be uploaded during the admission process;
 
-by a secondary school diploma with English as teaching Language. The diploma must be uploaded during the enrolment process;
 
- By a Placement Test, which is delivered by the University Language Centre (SLAM) during year I only, in the second half of October. Students who fail the test will be required to take a SLAM course. 
The Placement Test is  mandatory for all students who do not  hold a valid  certification, or a secondary school diploma with English as teaching language. 
 
Students who do not  sit the Placement Test within the end of  October and students who fail the SLAM end-of-course test within six attempts will have to obtain an outside paid certification  to be able to register for and  sit any exam included in the degree programme.
 
Italian language test.
 
Furthermore, before graduating, students need to possess a minimal competence in the Italian language. To this end, enrolled students meet with the Programme?s tutor who determines whether they need to take a placement test aimed at assessing their knowledge of Italian. Students who hold an upper secondary school diploma from an Italian (or Italian taught) course are exempted from the placement test, as are those who hold a language certificate. In case they do not already have those competences, students will be addressed to take the Italian language amongst the choice of 3-credit courses of Additional language skills.

Posti disponibili: 125 + 25 riservati a cittadini Extra UE

Bando di ammissione

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Sessione: 1

Domanda di ammissione: dal 15/03/2021 al 13/06/2021

Domanda di immatricolazione: dal 17/06/2021 al 29/06/2021

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Sessione: 2

Domanda di ammissione: dal 01/07/2021 al 07/09/2021

Domanda di immatricolazione: dal 16/09/2021 al 21/09/2021

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Manifesto ed elenco insegnamenti
Primo trimestre
Attività formative Crediti Ore totali Lingua SSD
Obbligatorio
Contemporary history 6 40 Inglese M-STO/04
Data analysis 3 20 Inglese INF/01
Logic and critical thinking 3 20 Inglese M-FIL/02
Secondo trimestre
Attività formative Crediti Ore totali Lingua SSD
Obbligatorio
Comparative social systems 6 40 Inglese SPS/07
Mathematics 6 40 Inglese SECS-S/06
Public law 9 60 Inglese IUS/09
Terzo trimestre
Attività formative Crediti Ore totali Lingua SSD
Obbligatorio
History of political theories 6 40 Inglese SPS/02
Microeconomics 9 60 Inglese SECS-P/01
Political science 9 60 Inglese SPS/04
Primo trimestre
Attività formative Crediti Ore totali Lingua SSD
Obbligatorio
International law 9 60 Inglese IUS/13
Statistics 6 40 Inglese SECS-S/01
Writing and communication skills 9 60 Inglese L-LIN/12
Secondo trimestre
Attività formative Crediti Ore totali Lingua SSD
Obbligatorio
Advanced data analysis 3 20 Inglese INF/01
Econometrics 6 40 Inglese SECS-P/05
International macroeconomics 12 80 Inglese SECS-P/01
International relations 9 60 Inglese SPS/04
Research methodology 6 40 Inglese SPS/07
Facoltativo
How to use international survey data for social research 3 20 Inglese SPS/11
Terzo trimestre
Attività formative Crediti Ore totali Lingua SSD
Obbligatorio
Polimetrics 6 40 Inglese SPS/04
Primo trimestre
Attività formative Crediti Ore totali Lingua SSD
Obbligatorio
Comparative political systems 9 60 Inglese SPS/04
Secondo trimestre
Attività formative Crediti Ore totali Lingua SSD
Obbligatorio
Models in political analysis 9 60 Inglese SPS/04
Public economics 9 60 Inglese SECS-P/03
Terzo trimestre
Attività formative Crediti Ore totali Lingua SSD
Obbligatorio
International economics and policy 6 40 Inglese SECS-P/01
Facoltativo
Democracy and development 3 20 Inglese SPS/04
Governments and the global economy 3 20 Inglese SECS-P/01
Periodo non definito
Per queste attività non è previsto un periodo di offerta (es. corsi online a frequenza libera).
Attività formative Crediti Ore totali Lingua SSD
Obbligatorio
Final exam 6 0 Inglese
Periodo non definito
Per queste attività non è previsto un periodo di offerta (es. corsi online a frequenza libera).
Attività formative Crediti Ore totali Lingua SSD
Facoltativo
Additional language skills: french (3 ECTS) 3 0 Francese
Additional language skills: german (3 ECTS) 3 0 Tedesco
Additional language skills: italian (3 ECTS) 3 0 Italiano
Additional language skills: spanish (3 ECTS) 3 0 Spagnolo
Attività a scelta e regole di composizione del piano didattico
- Students must obtain 3 ECTS by attending a workshop organized by the Bachelor Programme, or further training activities (e.g., an internship).
- Students must obtain 12 ECTS from elective courses.
- Students must obtain 3 ECTS from the Additional Language Skills Assessment.
Attività formative Crediti Ore totali Lingua Periodo SSD
Additional language skills: french (3 ECTS) 3 0 Francese Periodo non definito
Additional language skills: german (3 ECTS) 3 0 Tedesco Periodo non definito
Additional language skills: italian (3 ECTS) 3 0 Italiano Periodo non definito
Additional language skills: spanish (3 ECTS) 3 0 Spagnolo Periodo non definito
Course progression common to all curricula
a) Public Law is preparatory to International Law;
b) Political Science is preparatory to International Relations;
c) Microeconomics is preparatory to International Macroeconomics.

Course progression specific to the International Politics and Economics curriculum
a) Mathematics is preparatory to Econometrics;
b) International Macroeconomics is preparatory to International Economics and Policy, Public Economics;
c) Statistics is preparatory to Econometrics, Polimetrics;
d) Political science is preparatory to Polimetrics, Models in Political Analysis, Comparative Political Systems.

Course progression specific to the International Politics and Law curriculum
a) Public law is preparatory to EU Law and to Comparative Public Law;
b) Contemporary History is preparatory to History of International Relations, History and Institutions of East Asia and State and Society in North Africa and the Mediterranean region;
c) International Relations is preparatory to War Studies;
d) History of International Relations is preparatory to History and Politics of Global Powers.
Primo trimestre
Attività formative Crediti Ore totali Lingua SSD
Obbligatorio
Contemporary history 6 40 Inglese M-STO/04
Data analysis 3 20 Inglese INF/01
Logic and critical thinking 3 20 Inglese M-FIL/02
Secondo trimestre
Attività formative Crediti Ore totali Lingua SSD
Obbligatorio
Comparative social systems 6 40 Inglese SPS/07
History of international relations 9 60 Inglese SPS/06
Public law 9 60 Inglese IUS/09
Terzo trimestre
Attività formative Crediti Ore totali Lingua SSD
Obbligatorio
History of political theories 6 40 Inglese SPS/02
Microeconomics 9 60 Inglese SECS-P/01
Political science 9 60 Inglese SPS/04
Primo trimestre
Attività formative Crediti Ore totali Lingua SSD
Obbligatorio
International law 9 60 Inglese IUS/13
Statistics 6 40 Inglese SECS-S/01
Writing and communication skills 9 60 Inglese L-LIN/12
Secondo trimestre
Attività formative Crediti Ore totali Lingua SSD
Obbligatorio
International macroeconomics 12 80 Inglese SECS-P/01
International relations 9 60 Inglese SPS/04
Sociology of globalization 6 40 Inglese SPS/08
Facoltativo
How to use international survey data for social research 3 20 Inglese SPS/11
Terzo trimestre
Attività formative Crediti Ore totali Lingua SSD
Obbligatorio
Eu law 9 60 Inglese IUS/14
War studies 6 40 Inglese SPS/04
Primo trimestre
Attività formative Crediti Ore totali Lingua SSD
Obbligatorio
Comparative public law 6 40 Inglese IUS/21
Facoltativo
History and institutions of east asia 9 60 Inglese SPS/14
Secondo trimestre
Attività formative Crediti Ore totali Lingua SSD
Obbligatorio
History and politics of global powers 6 40 Inglese SPS/06
Facoltativo
International trade law 9 60 Inglese IUS/13
Terzo trimestre
Attività formative Crediti Ore totali Lingua SSD
Facoltativo
Democracy and development 3 20 Inglese SPS/04
Governments and the global economy 3 20 Inglese SECS-P/01
International human rights law 9 60 Inglese IUS/13
State and society in north africa and the mediterranean region 9 60 Inglese SPS/13
Periodo non definito
Per queste attività non è previsto un periodo di offerta (es. corsi online a frequenza libera).
Attività formative Crediti Ore totali Lingua SSD
Obbligatorio
Final exam 6 0 Inglese
Periodo non definito
Per queste attività non è previsto un periodo di offerta (es. corsi online a frequenza libera).
Attività formative Crediti Ore totali Lingua SSD
Facoltativo
Additional language skills: french (3 ECTS) 3 0 Francese
Additional language skills: german (3 ECTS) 3 0 Tedesco
Additional language skills: italian (3 ECTS) 3 0 Italiano
Additional language skills: spanish (3 ECTS) 3 0 Spagnolo
Attività a scelta e regole di composizione del piano didattico
- Students must obtain 9 ECTS in one of the following courses
Attività formative Crediti Ore totali Lingua Periodo SSD
International human rights law 9 60 Inglese Terzo trimestre IUS/13
International trade law 9 60 Inglese Secondo trimestre IUS/13
- Students must obtain 3 ECTS by attending a workshop organized by the Bachelor Programme, or further training activities (e.g., an internship).
- Students must obtain 12 ECTS from elective courses.
- Students must obtain 3 ECTS from the Additional Language Skills Assessment.
Attività formative Crediti Ore totali Lingua Periodo SSD
Additional language skills: french (3 ECTS) 3 0 Francese Periodo non definito
Additional language skills: german (3 ECTS) 3 0 Tedesco Periodo non definito
Additional language skills: italian (3 ECTS) 3 0 Italiano Periodo non definito
Additional language skills: spanish (3 ECTS) 3 0 Spagnolo Periodo non definito
- Students must obtain 9 ECTS in one of the following courses
Attività formative Crediti Ore totali Lingua Periodo SSD
History and institutions of east asia 9 60 Inglese Primo trimestre SPS/14
State and society in north africa and the mediterranean region 9 60 Inglese Terzo trimestre SPS/13
Course progression common to all curricula
a) Public Law is preparatory to International Law;
b) Political Science is preparatory to International Relations;
c) Microeconomics is preparatory to International Macroeconomics.

Course progression specific to the International Politics and Economics curriculum
a) Mathematics is preparatory to Econometrics;
b) International Macroeconomics is preparatory to International Economics and Policy, Public Economics;
c) Statistics is preparatory to Econometrics, Polimetrics;
d) Political science is preparatory to Polimetrics, Models in Political Analysis, Comparative Political Systems.

Course progression specific to the International Politics and Law curriculum
a) Public law is preparatory to EU Law and to Comparative Public Law;
b) Contemporary History is preparatory to History of International Relations, History and Institutions of East Asia and State and Society in North Africa and the Mediterranean region;
c) International Relations is preparatory to War Studies;
d) History of International Relations is preparatory to History and Politics of Global Powers.
Altre informazioni
Presidente del Collegio didattico
Tutor per l'orientamento
Tutor per i piani di studio
Tutor per stage e tirocini
Referente AQ del corso di studio
Contatti

Le tasse universitarie per gli studenti iscritti ai corsi di laurea, di laurea magistrale e a ciclo unico sono suddivise in due rate con modalità di calcolo e tempi di pagamento diversi:

  • l'importo della prima rata è uguale per tutti
  • l'importo della seconda rata varia in base al valore ISEE Università, al Corso di laurea di iscrizione e alla posizione (in corso/fuori corso da un anno oppure fuori corso da più di un anno).
  • per i corsi on line è prevista una rata suppletiva.

Sono previste:

  • agevolazioni per gli studenti con elevati requisiti di merito
  • importi diversificati in base al Paese di provenienza per gli studenti internazionali con reddito e patrimonio all'estero
  • agevolazioni per gli studenti internazionali con status di rifugiato

Altre agevolazioni 

L’Ateneo fornisce agevolazioni economiche a favore dei propri studenti con requisiti particolari (merito, condizioni economiche o personali, studenti internazionali)

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