With this master programme you can expect an interactive and engaging experience with an international network of the former ITL course Alumni network.
On-line programmes require dedication and commitment, with the advantage of a flexible and focused structure.
Through the on-line platform you will have access to your classroom, to the e-presentations, the teaching and the reading material (e-books, articles, references) and you will be involved in the general web-forum, with the possibility exchange opinions and texts.
The duration of the on-line training is: from January to October 2015.
The LL.M in International Trade Law (on-line) will include the following subjects:
|INTERNATIONAL ECONOMIC LAW: POLICIES AND INSTITUTIONS||January-March 2015
|INTERNATIONAL ECONOMIC LAW: INTERNATIONAL CONTRACTS|
|INTERNATIONAL CONTRACTS||March-September 2015
|DISPUTE RESOLUTION AND ARBITRATION|
(2 among the following)
|CORPORATE LAW||March-September 2015
|INTERNATIONAL MONETARY AND FINANCIAL LAW|
|COMPETITION LAW AND INTERNATIONAL TRADE|
|CONSUMER PROTECTION IN GLOBAL MARKETS|
face-to-face(University Campus – CLE)
For each of the above subjects you will be provided:
- a general written description of the module prepared by the supervisor
- a detailed syllabus of the subject
- e-books, e-presentations, teaching material, bibliographic references and reading list
- delivery of an assessment test (which may consists of Q&A, multiple choice or open questions, written advice etc)
It will be as well an excellent social opportunity to meet each other personally and spend a little time in Italy again.
During that week the participants will
- sit for a final exam (case study + open questions)
- deliver their final paper
- outline their research work in a public conference held at the presence of the academic staff, visiting professors, researchers and local authorities
At the end the research papers will be evaluated by the Scientific Committee and other teaching staff, with the purpose of publishing some of the most relevant works in the ITL series of the IUSE Working Papers.