The second-level master's degree in Administrative Law (MIDA) is organized with Sapienza University of Rome, Tor Vergata University of Rome, University of Roma Tre.
Lessons will be held in Italian.
Thanks to the collaboration of the four main universities in Rome and the involvement of university professors and internationally renowned experts, it represents the excellence for post-university teaching and professional training.
The objective of the master are:
- to allow new graduates to acquire the knowledge in the legal-administrative field, that is useful for passing competitions in public administrations;
- to encourage the training potentially necessary to advance in public administrations;
- provide managers and officials of central and local public administrations the opportunity to carry out an activity of updating and professional requalification;
- to allow the professionals to deepen their knowledge on the main topics of administrative law and administrative sciences.
You can find more information on the Italian dedicated page.