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Law

PROGRAMME TYPE

PLACE OF TEACHING

Laurea Magistrale a ciclo unico (Single cycle degree/Combined Bachelor and Master - 300 ECTS)
Duration: 5 years

Brescia

 

LANGUAGE

ADMISSION TYPOLOGY

Italian Open access with assessment of basic knowledge 

DEGREE PROGRAMME CLASS

STRUCTURE

LMG/01 - Law

Department of Law

DEGREE PROGRAMME DIRECTOR

LEARNING ACTIVITIES

Cristina Amato Study Programme Sheet
Why study Law at the University of Brescia?

The Single Cycle Degree Programme in Law provides sound knowledge of basic legal culture, both Italian and European, which opens up multiple possibilities and allows students to become informed “European legal experts”.

This educational pathway aims to provide adequate knowledge of the institutional and organisational aspects of legal systems and related tools, so that students can update their knowledge and skills in the legal field on an ongoing basis. Different methodological approaches are used, mixing traditional theoretical teaching with methods based on study cases, as well as on direct student’s participation in real cases.

The Single Cycle Degree Programme in Law enables graduates to practice professions of great importance in society, such as Lawyer, Judge and Notary, as well as to commit themselves to other professional activities. The analysis, evaluation and decision-making skills acquired during the study programme in Law are essential for performing high-responsibility functions in the various fields of social, socio-economic and political activities, in institutions, public administrations, private enterprises, trade unions, in the field of IT law, in the sector of comparative, EU and international law, as well as in international organisations.

EMPLOYMENT OPPORTUNITIES

Graduates from the Single Cycle Degree Programme in Law may seek practice legal professions and work in the magistracy; they can also take on high responsibility positions and roles in various fields of social, socio-economic and political activities at public institutions, public administrations, private businesses, trade unions, international organisations, as well as in the field of IT law and in the sector of comparative, EU and international law.

CONTINUING STUDIES AT THE UNIVERSITY OF BRESCIA:

School of Specialization for Legal Professions