The program accepts students of all nationalities, selected according to the following criteria:
- Academic merit: the quality and coherence of the university career, as shown by the academic documents and the CV
- Motivation: each applicant must send a motivation letter explaining why and how the participation in the master program will help him/her to achieve his/her personal, educational and professional ambitions.
This is a specialised Masters degree. Italian and EU students must have a Laura Magistrale or equivalent (for instance, a three year undergraduate degree plus a masters or combined undergraduate-masters programme). Students from other countries should have the equivalent. If you have any questions about whether your qualifications meet the requirements, please do not hesitate to contact the Admission coordinators at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Candidates aiming at receiving a final Master of Law (LL.M) mention as part of their final title are required to have a Law undergraduate degree.