The residential part of the LL.M. will be held at the ITC-ILO Campus in Torino, Italy
The training and residential facilities consist of 21 low-rise buildings, set in ten hectares of riverside parkland. The buildings have been fully refurbished on the occasion of the 2006 Winter Olympic Games.
The ITC-ILO campus in Torino has advanced facilities to assist students in their learning and social activities. The Participants Service takes care of leisure activities, while the campus provides a wide array of services such as post office, currency exchange, medical assistance, travel agency, laundry, restaurant, bar, tennis courts, football playground, and gym.
Participants are granted access to the library of the WIPO Academy during the study visit and to the “Norberto Bobbio” library of the Turin Law School. The latter has a large endowment of texts in the field of intellectual property. Participants are given a Syllabus, which contains both suggested and mandatory readings, and two additional lists (named “our library A” and “our library B”) indicating, for every subject, recent articles and books available in Turin at the Norberto Bobbio library. Periodical updates on the new acquisitions of the Norberto Bobbio library are also provided.
Easily accessible by car, train or plane, Torino has a long tradition in the field of IP: the largest IP consultancy firm, advertising agency and car manufacturer in Italy all have their headquarters in Torino, demonstrating Torino's long tradition in housing some of the IP intensive areas of the country's economy.
First as Italy's capital and second, as the venue of the 2006 Winter Olympic Games, Torino is an industrious and enjoyable city which offers a wide variety of historical attractions and places to visit, such as the Egyptian Museum, the Royal Palace, the National Cinema Museum, the Mole Antonelliana, the Automobile Museum, the Lingotto, as well as permanent and temporary art exhibitions and music festivals.