The LLM programme is an intensive course of one full year duration, of which only 18 weeks require full classroom attendance.
The programme is composed of three parts.
Upon successful completion and fulfilment of Part I (distance learning), Part II (face-to-face) and Part III (submission of the final version of the research paper) participants will be awarded the 1st level LLM degree from the University of Turin
The face-to-face training approach is flexible, with active training methods based on lectures, performance-oriented exercises, case studies. The learning methods include a series of ad hoc case studies to provide skills towards problem solving on topics covered during lectures. Role plays and moot court are used to promote active participation and to assist students in acquiring useful skills to operate successfully in their future working environment.
During the programme students also become familiar with the literature on international trade law and contracts through specific readings.
Furthermore, a reading list of material, working papers and books for a further perusal is made available to the students during the course.
The programme provides dedicated teaching assistants and guidance provided by dedicated tutors.