The Master of Laws 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 Master degree from the University of Turin
During the face-to-face segment class attendance is compulsory every day from Monday to Friday from 9 am to 3.30 pm, with take home exams and seminars that may be scheduled in the evenings and weekends. The training methods are based on lectures, group exercises and case studies to provide skills towards problem solving on topics covered during lectures.
The training materials and legal texts are uploaded on an electronic platform and therefore it is recommended to have a personal laptop (or another device) during the entire programme.
During the Distance Learning and the Face-to-Face the students will be assisted by tutors.