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GUIDES TO THE UNIVERSITY

2017-2018 A.Y.
Integrated Master of Arts in Giurisprudenza (5-y; Law)



2.
PROGRAM STRUCTURE AND EDUCATIONAL ACTIVITIES

 
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2.1.
Introduction

Università Bocconi's School of Law offers, a five-year Integrated Master of Arts in Giurisprudenza [Law] (CLMG) program.
The CLMG program is taught in two class groups made up of an average of 140 students each.

The study plan is expressed with credit points.
A credit point is the unit of measurement which determines the workload students are required to fulfil. It is assumed that students are adequately prepared from the start to carry out the educational activities required by the degree program. The workload includes both classroom activities (lessons, exercises, seminars) as well as group work and individual study.

Credit points are given for all educational activities which are part of the program requirements.

In accordance with the ECTS (European Credit Transfer and Accumulation System), on average one credit point is equivalent to 25 hours of work, about 8 of which are spent in the classroom.

The average workload for a full-time student is set at 60 credit points per year, as per agreement.

In order to receive the Integrated Master of Arts in Law degree, students must gain at least 300 credit points.

The credit points assigned to each educational activity are earned when students pass an exam or its equivalent.

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2.1.2.
Integrated Master of Arts in Giurisprudenza [Law] (CLMG)

Program Director:
prof.ssa Melissa Miedico


Assistant to the Program Director:

Dott.ssa Stefania Boffano 


Field of study:

Law LMG/01 (DM 25/11/2005)

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2.1.3.
Educational objectives

The Integrated Master of Arts in Law has the following educational objectives:

  • the first part of the educational path provides the juridical 'method' and the cultural and technical basis to train the jurist working primarily in a company;
  • the second part of the educational path provides advanced studies to complete jurist's cultural training, via monograph studies of specific institutions or subject areas which have been studied in the 'basic courses';
  • promote the development of juridical competences in a European and international perspective not only via mandatory basic courses of comparative and international law, but also via optional courses, some of which taught in English and via student international mobility with study periods in partner universities;
  • complete the juridical education with basic economics, business and quantitative studies for easy access in the economic cultural context in which the modern jurist will work;
  • assure the cognitive instruments necessary to make and draft complex juridical thoughts leading to correct solutions to problems requiring a specialized knowledge with particular reference to topics of the jurist in companies or public and international institutions;
  • develop competence and knowledge through educational activities involving the active student participation in class and interaction with the professor through earning on-the field skills through internship and case studies;
  • develop skills to use the IT skills, English language and a second EU language in juridical context.
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2.1.4.
Career opportunities

The Law graduate can:

  • have access to such legal professions as: the magistracy, notary public, legal profession, subject to a state competitive examination (magistracy or notary) or specific examination (legal profession) as well as (in the case of the legal profession and notary) a period of apprenticeship in a professional studio according to regulations;
  • have access to the regulated professions. In such cases, the graduate can enroll in the postgraduate school for the legal professions, whose aim is to prepare students for the law examination and the state competitive examination for notary or magistrate; enrolling in the School exempts from the national pre-selection for the magistracy competitive examination;
  • have access to the labor market in companies, public bodies, non-profit institutions, in international and supranational organizations in positions where specific juridical preparation is required;
  • continue one's studies by enrolling in a Ph.D. program in legal subjects.

The possible career opportunities available to Law graduates are:

  • External/internal legal expert in companies, public bodies, non-profit institutions, international and supranational organizations
  • Lawyer
  • Notary
  • Magistrate
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2.1.5.
Program requirements breakdown

For students initially enrolled starting from the 2013/14 academic year, the requirements study plan includes 300 credit points divided as follows:

Educational activities

Credit points

25 compulsory courses

250

Activities chosen by the student, of which:

- 2 elective courses

- Internship/elective course no.3

- 2 seminars for the development of the professional skills/elective course no. 4

24

12

6

6

English language

7

Second foreign language

4

Computer skills

3

Thesis

12

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2.1.6.
Program structure

  
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2.1.6.1.
Students initially enrolled from the 2015-2016 academic year

The program structure is valid for the students initially enrolled in the academic years of reference for this section.

First year of studies

 

I semester

     

Code

Course title

English translation

Language of instruction

CP

50054

Diritto romano - Modulo 1

Roman Law - Module 1

ITA

8

50056

Istituzioni di diritto privato

Principles of Private Law

ITA

10

50059

Filosofia del diritto

Philosophy of Law

ITA

9

 

Prima lingua straniera (solo didattica)

First foreign language (lessons only)

   
50188 Metodi quantitativi preparatory      
 

II semester

     

Code

Course title

English translation

Linguage of instruction

CP

50058

Diritto costituzionale italiano ed europeo

Italian and European Constitutional Law

ITA

10

50055

Diritto romano - Modulo 2

Roman Law - Module 2

ITA

6

50057

Metodi quantitativi

Quantative Methods

ITA

8

50060

Principi di economia (micro e macroeconomia)

Principles of Economics

ITA

6

 

Prima lingua straniera (didattica ed esame)

First foreign language (lessons and exam)

 

4

 

Total credit points for first year of studies

   

61


Second year of studies

code

I semester

     
 

Course title

English translation

Language of instruction

Crediti

50010

Storia della codificazione

History of codification

ITA

8

50013

Economia aziendale e bilancio- Modulo 1 (Economia aziendale)

Management and accountingModule 1 (Management)

ITA

6

50011

Scienza delle finanze

Public finance

ITA

6

 

1 course from among Diritto comparato privato [Comparative private law](50095) or Diritto comparato pubblico [Comparative public law] (50096)

 

ITA

9

50019

Informatica per Giurisprudenza

Computer Skills for Law

ITA

3

 

Inglese giuridico (solo didattica)

Legal English (lessons only)

   
 

II semestre

     
 

Course title

 

Lingua della didattica

Crediti

50018

Diritto commerciale

Company and business law

ITA

10

50181-

Teoria dell'argomentazione giuridica e analisi economica del diritto

Legal Argumentation And Economic Analysis Of Law

ITA

8

50014

Economia aziendale e bilancio- Modulo 2 (Bilancio)

Management And Accounting - Module 2 (Accounting)

ITA

6

50021

Storia giuridica delle istituzioni economiche

Legal History Of Economic Institutions

ITA

6

50128

Inglese giuridico (didattica ed esame)

Legal English (lessons and exam)

 

3

 

Total credit points for second year of studies

   

65


Third year of studies


 

I semester

     
 

Course title

English translation

Language of instruction

CP

50016

Diritto processuale civile modulo 1

 Civil Procedure Law - Module 1

ITA

8

50029

Diritto del lavoro - Modulo 1

 Labour Law - Module 1

ITA

6

50024

Diritto penale - Modulo 1

 Criminal Law - Module 1

ITA

8

50027

International law

 

ENG

9

 

Second foreign language (lessons only)

     
 

II semester

     
 

Course title

English translation

Language of instruction

CP

50035

Diritto ed economia dei mercati finanziari

Financial Institutions And Markets Law And Economics

ITA

6

50017

Diritto processuale civile - Modulo 2

 Civil Procedure Law - Module 2

ITA

6

50033

Diritto processuale penale -  Modulo 1

 Criminal Procedure - Module 1

ITA

8

50020

Diritto tributario

 Tax Law

ITA

6

 

Second foreign language (teaching and exam)

   

4

 

Total credit points for third year of studies

   

61


Fourth year of studies


I semester

     

Course title

English translation

Language of instruction

CP

Diritto amministrativo- Modulo 1

 Administrative Law Module 1

ITA

10

Diritto commerciale c.p. (variable according to the Major chosen)

 ADVANCED COMPANY AND BUSINESS LAW (Variable According To The Major Chosen)

ITA

6

Diritto costituzionale c.p. (variable according to the Major chosen)

 ADVANCED CONSTITUTIONAL LAW (Variable According To The Major Chosen)

ITA

8

Diritto processuale penale - Modulo 2 (variable according to the Major chosen)

 CRIMINAL PROCEDURE - MODULE 2 (Variable According To The Major Chosen)

ITA

6

II semester

     

Course title

English translation

Language of instruction

CP

Diritto civile - Modulo 1

 Civil Law - Module 1

ITA

8

Diritto del lavoro - Modulo 2 (variable according to the Major chosen)

 LABOUR LAW - MODULE 2 (Variable According To The Major Chosen)

ITA

6

Diritto penale - Modulo 2 (variable according to the Major chosen)

 CRIMINAL LAW - MODULE 2(Variable According To The Major Chosen)

ITA

8

Diritto dell’Unione Europea (variable according to the Major chosen)

 EUROPEAN UNION LAW (Variable According To The Major Chosen)

ITA

9

Total credit points for fourth year of studies

   

61


Fifth year of studies


Course title

English translation

Language of instruction

CP

Diritto amministrativo - Modulo 2 (variable according to the Major chosen)

 Administrative Law - Module 2 (Civil Procedure Administrative Law)

ITA

8

Diritto civile - Modulo 2 (variable according to the Major chosen) (I semester)

 CIVIL LAW - MODULE 2 (CONTRACT) (Variable According To The Major Chosen) (I Semester)

ITA

8

Elective n. 1-2

   

12

Internship / elective n. 3

   

6

2 Seminars for the development of professional skills / elective n.4

   

6

Thesis

   

12

Total credit points for fifth year of studies

   

52

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2.1.6.1.1.
Notes relating to the study plan

  • Code 50054 ‘Diritto romano - Modulo 1’[Roman Law - Module 1 ] and Code 50055 ‘Diritto romano - Modulo 2’ [Roman Law - Module 2 ] are the first and second module respectively of the course Code 50053 ‘Diritto romano’[roman Law].
  • Code 50013 ‘Economia aziendale e bilancio - Module 1’ (Economia aziendale) and code 50014 ‘Economia aziendale e bilancio -Module 2’ (Bilancio) are respectively the first and the second module of the course code 50012 ‘Economia aziendale e bilancio’ course;
  • Code 50016 ‘Diritto processuale civile - Module 1’ and 50017 ‘Diritto processuale civile - Module 2’ are respectively the first and the second Module of the 50015‘Diritto processuale civile’ course;
  • 'Diritto penale - Module 1’ and ‘Diritto penale - Module 2’ (c.p.) are respectively the first and the second module of the ‘Diritto penale’ course;
  • ‘Diritto del lavoro - Modulo 1’ [Labour Law - module 1] and ‘Diritto del lavoro - modulo 2’ c.p. [Labour Law - module 2 c.p. ] are respectively the first and second module of the ‘Diritto del lavoro’ [Labour Law] course;
  • ‘Diritto processuale penale - modulo 1’ [Criminal Procedure - module 1] and ‘Diritto processuale penale - modulo 2’ c.p. [Criminal Procedure - module 2] are respectively the first and second module of the ‘Diritto processuale penale’ [Criminal Procedure] course;
  • ‘Diritto amministrativo  Module 1’ and ‘Diritto amministrativo - Module 2’c.p. are respectively the first and the second module of the ‘Diritto amministrativo’ course;
  • Diritto civile - Module 1’ and ‘Diritto civile - Module 2’ c.p. are respectively the first and the second module of the ‘Diritto civile’ course.


The courses subdivided in modules are considered passed, and may be recorded in the student academic career and certified, only after passing both exams of which it is made up. The final grade is obtained by the grade point average of the two marks compared to the credits of each module and rounded up if decimals are equal or higher than 5, rounded down if they are lower than 5.

It is furthermore specified that the credit points and the grades earned for the single modules passed (even if the exam is not yet registered) will be taken into account for rankings within the University (e.g. ISU Scholarship, selection for International Programs...) and they can be viewed by printing the unofficial academic transcript at the Punto Blu.


Studying abroad:


According to an agreement with a network of Partner Universities (Themis), some students selected on merit may obtain an international diploma awarded by the 4 institutions which make up the network. Program procedures and participation information are included in "Studying abroad".


Program structure:


Please note that the positioning of the elective courses in the first or second semester is only an indication; this will depend on choices made by the student. This educational path was designed for students who have a basic knowledge of English and Computer Science.
For information check Foreign Languages and Computer Skills.


The code of the major course will be modified depending on the course chosen (see "Majors").


Notice that the study plan may undergo limited changes as decided upon by the bodies responsible.

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2.1.6.2.
Students enrolled in the 2013-2014 and 2014-2015 academic years

The program structure is valid for the students initially enrolled in the academic years of reference for this section.

 

First year of studies

  I semester      
Code Educational activities English translation Language of instruction CP
50054 Diritto romano - Modulo 1  Roman Law - Module 1 ITA 8
50056 Istituzioni di diritto privato Principles of Private Law ITA 10
50057 Metodi quantitativi Quantative Methods ITA 8
  I lingua straniera (solo didattica) First foreign language (lessons only)    
  II semester      
Code Educational activities English translation Language of instruction CP
50058 Diritto costituzionale italiano ed europeo Italian and European Constitutional Law ITA 10
50055 Diritto romano - Modulo 2  Roman Law - Module 2 ITA 6
50059 Filosofia del diritto Philosophy of Law ITA 9
50060 Principi di economia (micro e macroeconomia) Principles of Economics ITA 6
  I lingua straniera (didattica ed esame)  First foreign language (lessons and exam)   4
  Total credit points for first year of studies     61


Second year of studies

  I semester      
 Code Educational activities English translation Language of instruction CP
50095

50096
Diritto comparato privato
oppure
Diritto comparato pubblico
Comparative Private Law
or
Comparative Public Law
ITA 9
50013 Economia aziendale e bilancio - Modulo 1 (Economia aziendale) Management and accounting - Module 1 (Management) ITA 6
50019 Informatica per Giurisprudenza Computer Skills for Law ITA 3
50011 Scienza delle finanze Public Finance ITA 6
50010 Storia della codificazione History of Codification ITA 8
  Inglese giuridico (solo didattica) Legal English (lessons only)    
  II semester      
 Code Educational activities English translation Language of instruction CP
50018 Diritto commerciale Company and Business Law ITA 8
50020 Diritto tributario Tax Law ITA 6
50014 Economia aziendale e bilancio - Modulo 2 (Bilancio) Management and accounting - Module 2 (Accounting) ITA 6
50021 Storia giuridica delle istituzioni economiche Legal History of Economic Institutions ITA 6
50128 Inglese giuridico (didattica ed esame) Legal English (lessons and exam)   3
  Total credit points for second year of studies     61


Third year of studies

  I semester      
Code Educational activities English translation Language of instruction CP
50029 Diritto del lavoro - Modulo 1  Labour Law - Module - 1 ITA 6
50016 Diritto processuale civile Modulo 1 Civil Procedure Law Module 1 ITA 8
50024 Diritto penale - Modulo 1 Criminal Law - Module 1 ITA 8
50027 International law   ENG 9
  Seconda lingua straniera (solo didattica) Second foreign language (lessons only)    
  II semester      
Code Educational activities English translation Language of instruction CP
50035 Diritto ed economia dei mercati finanziari Financial Institutions and Markets Law and Economics ITA 6
50017 Diritto processuale civile - Modulo 2 Civil Procedure Law - Module 2 ITA 6
50033 Diritto processuale penale - Modulo 1 Criminal Procedure - Module 1 ITA 8
50031 Teoria dell'argomentazione giuridica e analisi economica del diritto Legal argumentation and economic analysis of law ITA 8
  Seconda lingua straniera (didattica ed esame) Second foreign language (lessons and exam)   4
  Total credit points for third year of studies     63


Fourth year of studies

Code I semester      
  Educational activities English translation   CP
50038 Diritto amministrativo - Modulo 1 Administrative Law - Module 1 ITA 10

Diritto commerciale c.p. (variabile a seconda del percorso scelto) Advanced Company and Business Law (variable according to the Major chosen) ITA 8

Diritto costituzionale c.p. (variabile a seconda del percorso scelto) Advanced Constitutional Law (variable according to the Major chosen) ITA 8

Diritto processuale penale - Modulo 2 (variabile a seconda del piano scelto) Criminal Procedure - Module 2 (variable according to the major chosen) ITA 6
  II semester      
  Educational activities English translation   CP
50045 Diritto civile - Modulo 1 Civil Law - Module 1 ITA 8

Diritto del lavoro - Modulo 2 (variabile a seconda del percorso scelto) Labour Law - Module 2 (variable according to the major chosen) ITA 6

Diritto penale - Modulo 2 (variabile a seconda del percorso scelto) Criminal Law - Module 2 (variable according to the Major chosen) ITA 8

Diritto dell’Unione Europea (variabile a seconda del percorso scelto) European Union Law(variable according to the Major chosen) ITA 9
  Total credit points for fourth year of studies     63


Fifth year of studies


Educational activities English translation CP
Diritto amministrativo - Modulo 2 (variabile a seconda del percorso scelto) (I semestre) Administrative Law - Module 2 (variable according to the Major chosen) (I semester) 8
Diritto civile - Modulo 2 (variabile a seconda del percorso scelto) (I semestre) Civil Law - Module 2 (variable according to the Major chosen) (I semester) 8
opzionale n. 1-2 Elective 1-2 12
Stage/opzionale n. 3 Internship/elective no. 3 6
2 Seminari per lo sviluppo di abilità professionali/opzionale n.4 2 Seminars for the development of the professional skills/elective no.4 6
Tesi Thesis 12
Total credit points for fifth year of studies   52

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2.1.6.2.1.
Notes relating to the study plan

Modules:

  • Cod. 50054 ‘Diritto romano Module 1’ and cod. 50055 ‘Diritto romano - Module 2’ are respectively the first and the second Module of the ‘Diritto romano’ course code 50053.
  • Code 50013 ‘Economia aziendale e bilancio - Module 1’ (Economia aziendale) and 50014 ‘Economia aziendale e bilancio -Module 2’ (Bilancio) are respectively the first and the second module of the 50012 ‘Economia aziendale e bilancio’ course;
  • Code 50016 ‘Diritto processuale civile - Module 1’ and 50017 ‘Diritto processuale civile - Module 2’ s are respectively the first and the second Module of the ‘Diritto processuale civile’ course code 50015;
  • Code 50024 'Diritto penale - Module 1’ and ‘Diritto penale - Module 2’ (variable in accordance with the major chosen) are respectively the first and the second module of the ‘Diritto penale’ course code 50023;
  • Code 50029 ‘Diritto del lavoro - Modulo 1’ and ‘Diritto del lavoro - Module 2’ (variable according to the Major chosen) are respectively the first and the second module of the ‘Diritto del lavoro’ course code 50028;
  • Code 50033 ‘Diritto processuale penale -Module 1’ and ‘Diritto processuale penale - Modulo 2’ (variable according to the Major chosen) are respectively the first and the second module of the ‘Diritto processuale penale’ course code 50032;
  • Code 50038‘Diritto amministrativo  Module 1’ and ‘Diritto amministrativo - Module 2’ (variable according to the Major chosen) are respectively the first and the second module of the code 50037 ‘Diritto amministrativo’ course:
  • Code 50045 ‘Diritto civile - Module 1’ and ‘Diritto civile - Module 2’ (variable according to the Major chosen) are respectively the first and the second module of the code 50044 ‘Diritto civile’ course.

The courses subdivided in modules are considered passed, and may be recorded in the student academic career and certified, only after passing both exams of which it is made up. The final grade is obtained by the grade point average of the two marks compared to the credits of each module and rounded up if decimals are equal or higher than 5, rounded down if they are lower than 5.

 

It is furthermore specified that the credit points and the grades earned for the single modules passed (even if the exam is not yet registered) will be taken into account for rankings within the University (e.g. ISU Scholarship, selection for International Programs...) and they can be viewed by printing the unofficial academic transcript at the Punto Blu.


Studying abroad

According to an agreement with a network of Partner Universities (Themis), some students selected on merit may obtain an international diploma awarded by the 4 institutions which make up the network. Program procedures and participation information are included in "Studying abroad". 

 

Program structure:

 

Please note that the positioning of the elective courses in the first or second semester is only an indication; this will depend on choices made by the student. 

This educational path was designed for students who have a basic knowledge of English and Computer Science.

For information check Foreign Languages and Computer Skills.


The code of the major course will be modified depending on the course chosen (see "Majors") 


Notice that the study plan may undergo limited changes as decided upon by the bodies responsible.

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2.1.7.
Compulsory courses

The program structure is made up of compulsory courses which correspond to exams which all students must pass. In order to reach the degree program's educational goals and receive the Integrated Master of Arts in Law degree, students must pass the exams related to these courses.


According to current regulations, such educational activities are classified as: "basic", "characteristic" of the degree's field of study and "independently decided upon by the University" (D.M. 25 November 2005).

The compulsory courses, whose credit points and subject areas satisfy ministerial requirements, are divided into two categories:

  • basic compulsory courses, which are the same for all Integrated Master of Arts in Law program students;
  • compulsory courses included in the second/third year, that can be chosen alternatively by the student;
  • advanced compulsory courses (a.c. - advanced courses), positioned in the fourth and fifth years of studies, which expand on topics dealt with in the basic courses taken in the first years of the program. Each advanced course has a specialized profile related to each major.


The course profiles are available on the website at www.unibocconi.eu/courses

Detailed programs (course syllabuses) are available online and they are usually distributed by professors on the first days of lessons.

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2.1.8.
Elective courses

 

Students must select elective courses in order to complete the program requirements regarding activities chosen by the student. An elective course is worth 6 credit points. 


Course profiles of the elective courses are available on the website at www.unibocconi.eu/courses.


The detailed profiles of the courses (course syllabuses) are available online and in any case are usually distributed in class by the professors when the course starts.
 

Before choosing their electives students should consult the table of "Incompatible courses". The "Incompatible courses table" indicates the courses that cannot be chosen together in the same study plan because their course programs are either exactly or partly similar.


The exams related to electives can be taken at universities abroad as part of the programs offered by the International Relations Service. The criteria and credit approval procedure is indicated in "Recognition of exams passed in foreign universities".

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2.1.9.
Majors

The program structure includes the choice, at the beginning of the fourth year, of one of the following majors:

 

  • Impresa [Business law track]: addressed to an in-depth study of the issues inherent in private enterprise law, with a focus on the rules governing companies, extraordinary financial operations, operations of financial markets, financial intermediation, as well as regulation of competition and industrial law;
  • Forense [Litigation law track]: addressed to an in-depth study of topics specifically linked to court/out of court phases;
  • International track: addressed to an in-depth study of topics specifically linked to international public law on the basic of graduates’ academic path prepared to access to national Public Institutions and International and supranational Institutions.

 


For each of the guided majors, students may choose their elective courses in a selection of courses.


The Program Director is available to provide further information during the office hours (www.unibocconi.eu/officehours). The paths can undergo to slight modifications decided by the competent bodies.

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2.1.9.1.
Litigation law track

The major program structure includes:


Fourth year of studies for students initially enrolled in the 2014/2015 academic year


a) the following courses

Code

Course title

English translation

Language of instruction

Semester

CP

50146

Diritto commerciale (c.p.) Casi e questioni di diritto societario

Advanced company and business law (selected issues)

ITA

I

8

50098

Diritto costituzionale (c.p.) Giustizia costituzionale

Advanced Constitutional law constitutional justice

ITA

I

8

50157

Diritto del lavoro modulo 2 (Casi di diritto del lavoro)

Labour Law Module II (Cases on employment law)

ITA

II

6

50043

Diritto dell’Unione Europea

European Union Law

ITA

II

9

50126

Diritto penale -modulo 2 (Parte speciale del codice penale)

Criminal Law Module II (criminal code special part)

ITA

II

8

50147

Diritto processuale penale modulo 2 (La prova penale)

Criminal procedure Module 2 (criminal evidence)

ITA

I

6


Fifth year of studies for students initially enrolled in the 2013/2014 academic year


b) the 2 following courses: 

Code

Course title

English translation

Language of instruction

Semester

CP

50121

Diritto amministrativo - Modulo 2 (Diritto processuale amministrativo)

Administrative law Module 2 (Civil procedure administrative law)

ITA

I

8

50115

Diritto civile - Modulo 2 (Appalto)

Civil law Module 2 (Contract)

ITA

I

8


Upon enrollment in the fifth year the student must choose 4 elective courses structured as follows:


c) at least 1 elective courses to be chosen from among the following ones (restricted group):


Code

Course title

English translation

Language of instruction

Semester

CP

50063

Banking law

 

ENG

II

6

50064

Civil liberties and human rights

 

ENG

I

6

50185

Contratti pubblici, anticorruzione e sostenibilità

Public Procurement Law, Anti-Corruption And Sustainability

ITA

I

6

50067

Criminologia

Criminology

ITA

I

6

50120

Diritto amministrativo Diritto dell’ambiente e del territorio

 

ENG

I

8

50187

Diritto civile - Diritto europeo dei contratti

civil law - european contract law

ITA

I

8

50114

Diritto civile Garanzie del credito

civil law - credit guarantees

ITA

I

8

50100

Diritto commerciale (corso progredito) Società quotate e mercati finanziari

advanced company and business law - listed companies and financial markets law

ITA

I

8

50101

Diritto commerciale (corso progredito) Antitrust law

 

ENG

I

8

50145

Diritto costituzionale (corso progredito) - Diritto costituzionale transnazionale e politiche di governo

 

ENG

I

8

50097

Diritto costituzionale (corso progredito) Diritto pubblico dell’economia

advanced constitutional law - regulation in economics

ITA

I

8

50160

Diritto del lavoro (Casi di relazioni industriali)

labour law (cases on industrial relation law)

ITA

II

6

50162

Diritto del lavoro (Diritto sociale europeo)

 

ENG

II

6

50153

Diritto penale (Focus su criminalità economica)

criminal law(focus on corporate and business crimes)

ITA

II

8

50156

Diritto penale (Profili di internazionalizzazione)

 

ENG

II

8

50152

Diritto processuale penale (Procedura penale europea)

criminal procedure (european criminal procedure)

ITA

I

6

50150

Diritto processuale penale (Processo penale agli enti)

criminal procedure (criminal proceedings and corporate liability)

ITA

I

6

20408

Diritto tributario (corso progredito)

tax law (advanced course)

ITA

I

6

 50170

Diritto dell’arbitrato interno e internazionale

Domestic and international arbitration

ITA

II

6

 50171

Diritto fallimentare italiano ed europeo

Italian and european bankruptcy law

ITA

I

6

50073

Diritto industriale

Intellectual property

ITA

I

6

50075

Discipline giuridiche del bilancio e dell’informazione contabile finanziaria

Financial accounting and budgeting regulation

ITA

I

6

50189

Evidence

 

ENG

I

6

50169

EU private international law

 

ENG

I

6

50077

International and comparative taxation

 

ENG

II

6

20215

International comparative business law

 

ENG

II

6

50070

IT and communication law

 

ENG

I

6

50184

International intellectual property law(a US and EU comparison)

 

ENG

II

6

50182

International trade and investment law

 

ENG

I

6

50183

Migration law

 

ENG

I

6

50179

The law of international organizations

 

ENG

I

6


d) 3 elective courses freely chosen from among (broad group):

  • 1 elective of the restricted group not chosen iin the previous c point or 1 MSc elective open to Law and belonging to a different department than the Legal Studies Department;
  • 1 elective course of the restricted group not chosen in the previous c point or, as an alternative, the internship or similar activity;
  • elective course of the restricted group not chosen in the previous c point  or, as an alternative, 2 seminars for the development of professional skills from among the following ones:


Code

Course title

English translation

Language of instruction

Semester

CP

50174

Advocacy seminar

 

ENG

II

3

50176

Legal writing seminar

 

ENG

I

3

50191

Seminario di tecniche di formulazione legislativa in materia penale

drafting of legislative texts seminar (focus on criminal law)

ITA

II

3

50175

Seminario di negoziazione

Negotiation seminar

ITA

II

3

50177

Seminario di scrittura di atti giuridici

Legal writing advanced seminar

ITA

I

3


At least one elective course (compulsory course chosen by the student or elective) must be chosen from among those taught in English. If students participate in Exchange, Themis, Free Mover Semester programs, the requirement can be fulfilled through the recognition of compulsory, compulsory courses chosen by the student or electives taken in English. This is not applied to those students participating in Exchange or Free Mover Semester Program at universities not offering courses taught in English, but they must have recognized at least 1  course. For the Themis, they must satisfy all program requirements.

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2.1.9.2.
Business law track

The program structure includes:

Fourth year of studies for students initially enrolled in the 2014/2015 academic year

a) the following courses

Code

Course title

English translation

Language of instruction

Semester

CP

50100

Diritto commerciale (c.p.) Società quotate e mercati finanziari

Advanced company and business law listed companies and financial markets law

ITA

I

8

50097

Diritto costituzionale (c.p.) Diritto pubblico dell’economica

Advanced constitutional law regulation in economics

ITA

I

8

50159

Diritto del lavoro modulo 2 (Casi di relazioni industriali)

Labour law Module II (cases on industrial relation law)

ITA

II

6

50043

Diritto dell’Unione Europea

European Union Law

ITA

II

9

50102

Diritto penale -modulo 2 (Focus su criminalità economica)

Criminal law module II (Focus on corporate and business crimes)

ITA

II

8

50149

Diritto processuale penale modulo 2 (Processo penale agli enti)

Criminal procedure Module 2 (Criminal proceedings and corporate liability)

ITA

I

6


Fifth year of studies for students initially enrolled in the 2013/2014 academic year
 

b) the two following courses: 

Code

Course title

English translation

Language of instruction

Semester

CP

50121

Diritto amministrativo - modulo 2 (Diritto processuale amministrativo)

Administrative law - module 2 (civil procedure administrative law)

ITA

I

8

50113

Diritto civile - Modulo 2 (Garanzie del credito)

Civil law module 2 (credit guarantees)

ITA

I

8

Upon enrollment in the fifth year, the student must choose 4 elective courses divided as follows:
c) at least 1 elective courses to be chosen from among (restricted group): 

 

Code

Course title

English translation

Language of instruction

Semester

CP

50063

Banking law

 

ENG

II

6

50064

Civil liberties and human rights

 

ENG

I

6

50185

Contratti pubblici, anticorruzione e sostenibilità

Public Procurement Law, Anti-Corruption And Sustainability

ITA

I

6

50067

Criminologia

Criminology

ITA

I

6

50120

Diritto amministrativo Diritto dell’ambiente e del territorio

 

ENG

I

8

50187

Diritto civile - Diritto europeo dei contratti

civil law - european contract law

ITA

I

8

50101

Diritto commerciale (corso progredito) Antitrust law

 

ENG

I

8

50145

Diritto costituzionale (corso progredito) - Diritto costituzionale transnazionale e politiche di governo

 

ENG

I

8

50162

Diritto del lavoro (Diritto sociale europeo)

 

ENG

II

6

50171

Diritto fallimentare italiano ed europeo

Italian and european bankruptcy law

ITA

I

6

 50170

Diritto dell’arbitrato interno e internazionale

Domestic and international arbitration

ITA

II

6

50073

Diritto industriale

Intellectual property

ITA

I

6

50156

Diritto penale (Profili di internazionalizzazione)

 

ENG

II

8

50152

Diritto processuale penale (Procedura penale europea)

criminal procedure (european criminal procedure)

ITA

I

6

20408

Diritto tributario (corso progredito)

tax law (advanced course)

ITA

I

6

50075

Discipline giuridiche del bilancio e dell’informazione contabile finanziaria

Financial accounting and budgeting regulation

ITA

I

6

50189

Evidence

 

ENG

I

6

 50169

Eu private international law

 

ENG

I

6

50077

International and comparative taxation

 

ENG

II

6

20215

International comparative business law

 

ENG

II

6

50184

International intellectual property law(a US and EU comparison)

 

ENG

II

6

50070

IT and communication law

 

ENG

I

6

50182

International trade and investment law

 

ENG

I

6

50183

Migration law

 

ENG

I

6

50179

The law of international organizations

 

ENG

I

6

50116

Diritto civile Appalto

civil law - contract

ITA

I

8

50098

Diritto costituzionale (corso progredito) Giustizia costituzionale

advanced constitutional law - constitutional justice

ITA

I

8

50158

Diritto del lavoro (Casi di diritto del lavoro)

labour law (cases on employment law)

ITA

II

6

50154

Diritto penale (Parte speciale del codice penale)

criminal law (criminal code special part)

ITA

II

8

50148

Diritto processuale penale (La prova penale)

criminal procedure (criminal evidence)

ITA

I

6

50146

Diritto commerciale (c.p) Casi e questioni di diritto societario

advanced company and business law (selected issues)

ITA

I

8

 

d) 3 courses freely chosen from among (broad group):

  • 1 elective of the restricted group not chosen in the previos c) point or, as an alternative, 1 MSc elective open to Law and referring to a different Department than Legal Studies;
  • 1 elective of the restricted group not chosen in the previos c) point or, as an alternative, the internahip/similar activity;
  • 1 elective of the restricted group not chosen in the previos c) point or, as an alternative,2 seminars for the development of professional skills from among the following ones:

Code

Course title

English translation

Language of instruction

Semester

CP

 

50174

Advocacy seminar

 

ENG

II

3

 

50176

Legal writing seminar

 

ENG

I

3

 

50191

Seminario di tecniche di formulazione legislativa in materia penale

drafting of legislative texts seminar (focus on criminal law)

ITA

II

3

 

50177

Seminario di scrittura di atti giuridici

Legal writing advanced seminar

ITA

I

3

 

50175

Seminario di negoziazione

Negotiation seminar

ITA

II

3

 


At least one elective course (compulsory course chosen by the student or elective) must be chosen from among those taught in English. If students participate in Exchange, Themis, Free Mover Semester programs, the requirement can be fulfilled through the recognition of compulsory, compulsory courses chosen by the student or electives taken in English. This is not applied to those students participating in Exchange or Free Mover Semester Program at universities not offering courses taught in English, but they must have recognized at least 1 course. For the Themis, they must satisfy all program requirements.

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2.1.9.3.
International Track

The program structure includes:


Fourth year for students initially enrolled in the 2014/2015 academic year

 


a) the following courses

Code

Course title

English translation

Language of instruction

Semester

CP

50101

Diritto commerciale (c.p.) Antitrust law

Advanced companies and business law - Antitrust law

ENG

I

8

50145

Advance costitutional law - Transnational costitutional law and government policies

 

ENG

I

8

50161

Labour law Module 2 (European social law)

 

ENG

II

6

50155

Criminal law Module 2 (Paths of internationalization)

 

ENG

II

8

50151

Diritto processuale penale modulo 2 (Procedura penale europea)

Criminal procedure module 2 (European criminal procedure)

ITA

I

6

50164

The law of the european union

 

ENG

II

9


Fifth year for students initially enrolled in the 2013/2014 academic year


b) the 2 following courses:

Code

Course title

English translation

Language of instruction

Semester

CP

50119

Administrative law module 2 (Environment law)

 

ENG

I

8

50186

Diritto civile - Modulo 2 (Diritto europeo dei contratti)

Civil law module 2 (European contract law)

ITA

I

8


Upon enrollment in the fifth year the student must choose 4 elective courses divided as follows:


c) at least 1 elective courses to be chosen from among the following ones (restricted group):


Code

Course title

English translation

Language of instruction

Semester

CP

50063

Banking law

 

ENG

II

6

50064

Civil liberties and human rights

 

ENG

I

6

50070

IT and communication law

 

ENG

I

6

50184

International intellectual property law(a US and EU comparison)

 

ENG

II

6

50182

International trade and investment law

 

ENG

I

6

50169

EU private international law

 

ENG

I

6

50077

International and comparative taxation

 

ENG

II

6

20215

International comparative business law

 

ENG

II

6

50183

Migration law

 

ENG

I

6

50179

The law of international organizations

 

ENG

I

6

50189

Evidence

 

ENG

I

6


d) 3 elective courses freely chosen from (braod group):

  • 1 elective of the restricted group not chosen in previous c) point or 1 MSc elective open to Law and referring to a different Department than Legal Studies;
  • one elective of the restricted group not chosen in previous c) point pr, as an alternative, the internship/similar activity;
  • one elective of the restricted group not chosen in previous c) point pr, as an alternative, 2 seminars for the development of professional skills from among the following ones:


Code

Course title

English translation

Language of instruction

Semester

CP

 

50174

Advocacy seminar

 

ENG

II

3

 

50176

Legal writing seminar

 

ENG

I

3

 

50191

Seminario di tecniche di formulazione legislativa in materia penale

drafting of legislative texts seminar (focus on criminal law)

ITA

II

3

 

50175

Seminario di negoziazione

Negotiation seminar

ITA

II

3

 

50177

Seminario di scrittura di atti giuridici

Legal writing advanced seminar

ITA

I

3

 


Students enrolled in the International track major who participated (4th year) or will participate (5th year) in international programs (exchange, free mover, themis, summer program), in order to ensure the recognition of the exams taken abroad, the possibility, after the international experience, to change the study plan entering, from among the others, courses taught in Italian at Bocconi, only if they have been taken abroad.

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2.1.9.4.
Free track

Passing towards the free-track major is permitted only in very exceptional cases (only upon recognition of courses taken abroad - Exchange, Themis, Free Mover Semester - when the rules of the major previously chosen are not respected). The application must be submitted at the Academic Affairs Division (location and opening hours available at www.unibocconi.eu/academicaffairs).
the free track major is subject to approval of the Program Director.
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2.2.
Foreign languages

  
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2.2.1.
Language knowledge and skills at the entrance of the Study Program

The program requirements of the Integrated Master of Arts in Law program include a first and a second European language as compulsory.
Considering that the language learning corresponds to a long and gradual process and that the output levels of the program must be adequate to the post-studies opportunities, the University:


  • Requires the B1 level as entry pre-requisite for English;
  • Suggests the A2 level for the second language.


In order to favor an adequate initial preparation, on the Bocconi website at www.unibocconi.eu/languagecenter in Minimum Level Required, the University:


  • Specifies the grammatical and syntactic knowledge and communication skills relating to the minimum entry levels:
  • Specifies in detail the learning materials to achieve such levels.
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2.2.2.
Foreign languages: overall framework

 

 

 

First language

 

First language

 

Second language

 

 Positioning

1st year

 

2nd year

 

3rd year

 

Kwnoledge assessment

Details 2.2.3.

International certification

or

Bocconi exam

 

International certification

or

Bocconi exam

 

International certification

or

Bocconi exam

 

Educational offer

Details 2.2.4

Six-month courses for certifications

or

One-year course for Bocconi exam

 

Six-month courses for certifications

or

One-year course for Bocconi exam

 

Six-month courses for certifications

or

One-year course for Bocconi exam

 

Language choice

Foreign language courses must be different than the native language declared upon enrollment1

The first language must be different than the second one

For those students who are not English native speakers the first language must compulsorily be English

Academic English

Language: automatically assigned

2

Course level: automatically assigned (single level)

Legal English

Language: automatically assigned

Course level: automatically assigned (single level)

Italian - French - Portoguese Spanish - German

Language: not automatically assigned but to be chosen upon enrollment in the third year of studies

Course level: automatically assigned (single level)

Minimum output levels3

B2

 

B2

 

Italian C1

Other languages B1

 

1 Those students who have more than one mother tongue e.g. because they come from Country/belong to multi-language religions or their parents are of different nationalities, must declare one single native language for the whole duration of their studies.
2 English native speakers MUST make the change of the first language via the Punto Blu immediately after the finalization of the enrollment (see chapter 9 Administrative rules, regulations and deadlines) and choose from among: Italian, French, Portoguese, Spanish, German. Portoguese, Bocconi teaching and exam, is only offered as a second language for students enrolled in the third year of studies. For Portoguese as a first language it is only possible to record the result of one of the international certifications recognized by the University in the study plan. Materials for self-study are available at www.unibocconi.eu/languagecenter in Self-study>E-learning with BBoard.
3 in order to classify the language knowledge, the University follows the  Common European Framework established by the Council of Europe.

 

Course codes

 

Language

 

First language

First language

Exam of the 1st year

Exam of the 2nd year

English

501271

50128

Language

 

Second language

Exam of the 3rd year

 

English

-

Italian

50130

French

50129

Portoguese

50131

Spanish

50132

German

50133


For English native speakers the language codes are:

  • Italian 50136, French 50135, Portoguese 50137, Spanish 50138, German 50139;
  • for the first language in the second year: Legal English 50128;
  • for the second language in the third year: Italian 50130, French 50129, Portoguese 50131, Spanish 50312, German 50133.
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2.2.3.
Knowledge assessment

Students can choose between:

  • International certification / test
  • Bocconi exam.

The language level acquired by the students is specified in the exam report and on the official academic transcript. The knowledge assessment is expressed into a grade out of thirty calculated for the grade point average.

The exam of the first language of the first year (upon certification/ test or Bocconi exam) is a prerequisite of the exam of the second year.

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2.2.3.1.
International certifications/tests

Below please find general information relating to certifications/tests (in brief certifications).
Detailed information is available on the Bocconi website.
Students can record only one of the certifications recognized by the University, taken at one of the Examination Centers officially recognized, in Italy or abroad.

In addition, the certification must be:


  • Of an equal or higher level than the minimum output level required (see 2.2.2.).
  • Must be recorded within 3 years after the conferral date (except for TOEFL which must be recorded within two years)


Students can obtain the certification before (e.g. certifications obtained for the purpose of being admitted to the University) or during the university studies.


Recording can be made also in advance than the first exam session the student can register for (therefore starting from the initial enrollment on condition that the certification is still valid).


In any case, the relating credit points and the grade are awarded in the year of studies the language is positioned in. 


Only the credit points relating to the first language are counted for the number of credit points needed to pass to the second year of studies and only if the certification is submitted by 13 July 2018.
If the certification is submitted in a subsequent year than the year of studies the language is positioned in, the student will turn out to be as a student who has not yet passed the course referred to previous year/s until it will be recorded.


The result of the certification is recorded in the student’s academic career with a grade out of thirty, upon conversion based on the tables published on the website.


With reference to recording a certification for the first language in the student’s academic career, the following cases are possible:


  • If the certification submitted is of B2 level, it can be recorded only as first year exam;
  • if the certification submitted is of general language C1 or C2 level or legal language of  B2, C1 or C2 levels, it can be recorded, upon student’s choice, as first year exam or as both first and second year exams.


To record the certification, students must bring the original certificate at the Office of the Language Centre.
For obtaining a certification during the university studies, the Language Center offers:


  • Information and orientation service
  • Courses to prepare some certifications (see 2.2.4.1.)
  • Preparatory materials and exam models at the language laboratory
  • Test Center for some English certifications of the British Council / Cambridge English Language Assessment.


The registration method and the whole procedure entirely follow the rules of the Examination Institute. 
Costs relating to the registration for the certification exam are to be paid by the student. 

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2.2.3.2.
Bocconi exam

Below please find general information on Bocconi exams.
Detailed information on exam assessment methods and calculation of the final grade is available on the course syllabi available on the website www.unibocconi.eu/languagecenter in Curricular courses, Integrated Master of Arts in Law program.


Exams follow the same language standards applied for international certifications. The exam is structured into a written exam and an oral exam, both compulsory; admission to the oral exam is depending on passing the written exam with a grade equal to or higher than 18/30.
Both the first and the second language include a final compulsory exam in the second semester of the relating year of teaching and an optional partial exam (on a single date) in the first semester.

The final grade is calculated upon considering both the final grade than other elements aimed at assessing the learning progress during the studies and the student’s commitment. Specifically:


  • Active participation of the student at lectures (it is necessary to attend at least 75% of the lessons by registering through the "Attendance" procedure) and activities of guided self-study;
  • Passing the partial exam;
  • Passing the written final exam at the first temptation and passing the final oral exam as part of the same session.


For each specific case first or second language a single level of the Bocconi exam equal to the minimum output level is included.

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2.2.4.
Educational offer

The Language Center offers courses to prepare some international certification and the Bocconi exam.

All students are automatically allocated a class group for preparing the Bocconi exam: those students who wish to attend a course to prepare the certification must register for the admission test (see paragraph 3.1.4.1.).

Below please find information on the educational offer.
Detailed information is available on the Bocconi website at www.unibocconi.eu/languagecenter.

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2.2.4.1.
Courses to prepare English, French and Spanish certifications

For English first language (in the second semester of the first year of studies).

  • IELTS, International English Language Testing System, general language, B2 and C1 levels, Examination Center British Council, IDP - IELTS Australia, Cambridge English Language Assessment
  • BEC, Business English Certificate, specialized/business language, B2 and C1 levels,  Examination Center  Cambridge English Language Assessment.

For English first language (in the first and second semester of the second year of studies).

  • IELTS, International English Language Testing System, general language, C1 level, Examination Center British Council, IDP - IELTS Australia, Cambridge English Language Assessment
  • BEC, Business English Certificate, specialized/business language, B2 and C1 levels,  Examination Center  Cambridge English Language Assessment.

For French second language (in the second semester of the second year):

  • DELF, Diplôme d’Etudes en Langue Française, general language, B1 level,  Examination Center  Ministère de l’Education Nationale

For  Spanish  second language (in the second semester of the second year):

  • DELE, Diploma de Español Lengua Extranjera, Nivel Inicial,  general language, B1 level,  Examination Center Instituto Cervantes.


Each course (lasting a semester) includes 48 hours of teaching, except for the IELTS C1 course, including 24 hours.

Courses are offered only to the students who have the language course code included in their study plan.

They are offered to a limited number of students and only students who pass the relating test for initial positioning are admitted (the test is carried out at the end of the semester preceding the semester of the course).

Students who are not admitted keep the allocation of the class group to prepare the Bocconi exam (automatically assigned in the first semester).
Courses are started only if an adequate number of registered students is reached.

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2.2.4.2.
Teaching to prepare the Bocconi exam

Courses last one year: the first language includes 96 hours and the second language includes 128 hours.

Detailed information on course objectives and contents is available in the course syllabus available on the website www.unibocconi.eu/languagecenter in Curricular courses, Integrated Master of Arts in Law program.

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2.2.5.
Self-study

In addition to lecture attendance, learning foreign languages requires a constant commitment also for self-study which includes a series of activities to be carried out, based on specific information provided by the teaching staff in class and available in the course syllabus, with the use of different tools (e.g. exercize books, multimedia courses available on the BBoard e-learning platform).

In addition, the Language Center offers the following at the Language Laboratory:

  • An advisory and information service for the language study
  • A tutoring service realized by the language teaching staff as a support of the individual learning; this service is upon reservation
  • Several materials for preparing certifications and the Bocconi exam, available at the multimedia Library of the Laboratory and on the BBoard platform.


In general, students are suggested to spend 3-5 hours per week for the self-study.

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2.2.6.
Foreign languages as additional courses

Also foreign languages can be recorded as additional exams (French, English, Italian, Portoguese, Spanish, German), either by passing a Bocconi exam, either upon obtaining a certification.

With reference to the certification, it must be included in the list of the certifications which can be recognized, it must not be expired and must be of a minimum level equal to B1.

In addition, students can record in their study plan, only as an additional course, also Russian and Chinese, which are non-curricular languages.

As for these languages there are no Bocconi exams, it is only possible to record an international certification, only if it is included in the list of the ones recognized by the University, it is not expired and is of a minimum level equal to B1.

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2.3.
Computer Skills

      
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2.3.1.
Program structure position and credit points

The program requirements of all Bachelor of science programs offered at Università Bocconi include a curricular computer skills course, aiming to provide students with the opportunity to develop knowledge and skills in IT.

The computer skills course, Informatica per Giurisprudenza [Computer skills for Law] (course code 50019), is positioned in the first semester of the second year; the course is worth 3 credit points.

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2.3.2.
Assessment of knowledge

There are 2 types of assessment methods:
 
  • Partial exams:
They have been planned for those who regularly attend the lessons;only second year students can sit for partial exams. Partial exams cannot be sat nor repeated in the following years.
  • General exams:
They are addressed to those who have not sat partial exams or who have not passed them. The preparation of the whole bibliography is required.

For both cases, the exam includes questions (multiple questions and open ones) and computer exercises.
Please note that in order to be able to register for the exam of Informatica per Giurisprudenza [Computer Skills for Law] (second partial exam or general exam)students must have one of the following certifications: a complete ECDL certification (ECDL Core or New ECDL Standard Full), or one of the other equivalent certifications recognized by University. The certification must be completed and submitted to SEDIN according to the deadlines and procedures published on the website http://www.unibocconi.eu/sedin in the section ‘ Prerequisites for curricular courses’.

It is strongly recommended that students gain the ECDL license before attending the lessons, in order to attend computer skills course with necessary basic knowledge.
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2.3.3.
Achieving the ECDL at Bocconi

Students who do not yet possess the complete ECDL certification may take it at Università Bocconi. Exams are heald each week according to a calendar which is regularly updated. Students can purchase the ECDL products (at a providing cost) online, to view the calendar and sign up for the modules via the yoU@B student Diary, through the ECDL IT certifications box.

For further information refer to the website at www.unibocconi.eu/sedin.

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2.3.4.
Supplementary activities of IT

To improve one’s IT skills it is possible to attend supplementary IT Skills courses organized by the SEDIN free of charge which are part of the supplementary activities (see chapter 8.1 of this guide to the University).
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2.4.
Curricular Internships

The Integrated Master of Arts in Giurisprudenza [Law] (CLMG) allows students to include an educational internship experience apprenticeship/training (from now internship) or similar activity, worth 6 credit points, in their study plans. As an alternative to the internship, students can enter an elective course only. It is possible to participate in other internship (not worth credit points) experiences during your studies or after graduation, which do not have curricular value and for which the information in the following paragraphs and sections does not apply: Duration, Positioning, Internship Recognition, Other activities recognized in lieu of internships.
In this chapter, "curricular intership" exclusively stands for curricular internship with credit points.

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2.4.1.
Curricular Internship characteristics

Curricular internships must satisfy the following characteristics involving duration, objectives and contents, location and positioning.


Duration

  • Minimum 12 weeks, full-time if in Italy;
  • Minimum 10 weeks, full-time if abroad.


As for an exception, and always upon authorization of the Program Director Dean of the School of Law, a part-time internship can be approved only if it has a minimum duration of 16 weeks in Italy or abroad.
The number of weeks must be understood as continuous and non-cumulative.
For variations on duration see paragraph 2.4.5. Postponement, suspension, withdrawal/interruption.


Objectives and contents
The internship is an in-the-field training experience and not a labour contract whose regulations are valid in Italy and are set by the law (national and regional law) and by the University. The main objective of internships is to educate. They allow students to gain real professional experience while developing professional skills. They help students get their bearings in these areas and facilitate their professional choices. Students acquire direct knowledge of the continuously evolving world of work.

The contents of internships must be aligned with the educational objectives of the Program.
The in the field experience include a company tutor (professional expert) supporting the students.
 
Location
Internships may be taken - In Italy and abroad - in professional studies, firms structures, public and private institutions, professional studios, international organisms, diplomatic agencies, cultural institutions and other organizations (briefly defined as company).
Internships held on the premises of the participant's family property are not accepted.
Internships whose activities are held remotely are not accepted. The University keeps the right to evaluate the eligibility of the internship location.

Positioning
Students may participate in internships during their fifth year of studies.
Students may participate in an internship only after completing fourth-year lessons.

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2.4.2.
Finding internships and application

 Internships can be found through one of the following channels:

  • Markets and External Affair Division (see below);
  • School of Law Direction;
  • Students can have internships found via their one’s own channels recognized, at highly qualified companies only. In this case, the Program Director and the Internship Office will carefully monitor the internship request Students invite the company to put in contact through the University well in advance than the internship, by accessing the Jobgate Portal.

Markets and External Affairs Division promotes the internship opportunities in Italy and abroad through:
  • JobGate: an online platform matching supply and demand, updated on a daily basis;
  • Speciale Stage Curriculari Legal: program of curricular internships at legal studios;
  • Bocconi & Jobs Italy and abroad: career fair which allows Bocconi students to meet with numerous professional offices, companies and institutions from all sectors; every year a section of the event on-campus is addressed to legal studios;
  • Investment Bank Weekends - Meetings with the most important institutions of the sector;
  • Company meetings with employers on and off campus: presentations on programs for hiring potential candidates at companies; networking activities, individual recruiting meetings with company representatives (Drop-In);
  • Cv@B - online students and graduates cv books visible to and searchable by employers.
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2.4.3.
Formalization

Whatever channel is used to find an internship, the host company or organization in Italy and Bocconi sign an internship document entitled single internship agreement via the JobGate on the objectives and contents of the internship.
As the promoter of the initiative the University will prepare all the necessary legal documentation, check the quality of the training projects, and provide insurance coverage.

Once the trainee has been selected and the internship details have been agreed, the company fills out the internship document (entering data and contents) on the JobGate, by the Monday preceding the start of the internship. Internships always start on Monday.

The information relating to the internship are made viewable by the trainee on the JobGate so that he/she can check that the contents agreed upon by with the company during the interviews are coherent with the ones specified. The confirmation is valid as internship acceptance.

The Internship Office checks the training project and, after checking the coherence and the quality of its quality in accordance with the current laws, confirms the internship. The University can negotiate the contents and the conditions of the internship with the company and, in case of no agreement, can refuse to promote the internship.
If not, he/she can refuse to promote the internship.

Before starting the internship, the student must:
  • request advance authorization from the University and wait until it has been granted;
  • access the course “Internship...let’s go!” available under Extracurricular Courses on the Bocconi BBoard website.

On the first day of the internship, the company downloads the internship document from the JobGate and it is signed by the trainee together with a company legal representative or delegated party. The original document is promptly sent by the company to the Internship Office for having it signed by the University.

The trainee must ensure that the company sends original copy of the document to the University. When it is not returned, the internship cannot be considered as valid. The internship document, completed with all signatures, is uploaded on the JobGate portal of the University for being used by the company and by the trainee.

Also internships abroad are run by Internship Agreement, in compliance with the procedure described above.

However, internships can also be run with an internship contract or other document demonstrating practice educational experience according with the local laws where the internship experience is held. Such documentation must be sent well in advance by the trainee to the Internship Office through the Help&Contact procedure on the yoU@B Diary before the start of the internship. Internships which are not provided with such documentation cannot be recognised as internship.

For all internships carried out of Italy the students trainees must verify with the company regarding the methods for obtaining, if requested, the appropriate visa and any other needed document so that the internship can be carried out in compliance with the law of the hosting Country. If documentation of the University is also needed to support the visa request, the trainee can make reference to the cert@B procedure for the official certifications and to the Internship Office (through the Help&Contact procedure) for any ad hoc documents (see paragraph 4.8 “Certifications and documents”).

For all internships carried out out of Italy, before departure, the trainee sign an Indemnity (selecting a box on the Jobgate).
In such document the student declares to be aware that the University cannot ensure security and solvency of the institution and the country in which he freely decided to carry out the internship.

For some typologies of internships, at the middle of the internship, the trainee and the company tutor are invited to fill out the mid-term evaluation form. The trainee can view form filled out by the company tutor and can decide if authorize the tutor to view the form filled out.

Few time before the end of the internship the following end-of-internship documentation documents is are compulsorily required for validation purposes:
  • Evaluation form filled out by the student via the yoU@B student Diary together with the final report (this report is only for internships carried out abroad);
  • Evaluation form of the company tutor filled out on the JobGate. The evaluation by the company tutor includes the skills acquired.
The company, at the end of the internship and upon request of the trainee, must issue an internship certification.

The student has the responsibility to make sure that the tutor has filled out his/her form. All documents of end-of internship are available starting two weeks before the end of the internship.
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2.4.4.
Internship recognition (advance authorization and final validation)

All internship experiences must be previously approved so as to guarantee the quality and consistency with educational objectives of the Program. Internships are validated when completed for gaining the credit points.
In order to obtain the recognition of the internship please follow the instructions below.

Authorization in advance
After having viewed the internship on the JobGate and having confirmed it formally, the student must request the in-advance authorization, by accessing the area ‘My internships’ and clicking on ‘Request advance authorization’.
The request is automatically made viewable to the Program Director who can give his/her approval, reject it or, for more information, ask the studentto schedule a meeting . The student views the request outcome in the yoU@B in the ‘My internships’ area.
Notice: without advance authorization is not started as curricular internship.

Final validation
Once the internship is ended, the Program Director views the evaluation sheets filled out by the trainee and company tutor (end of internship document) respectively. The evaluation sheets will be analyzed carefully; for need of information, the Program Director can ask the student, to schedule a meeting. Once the final recognition has been obtained, the student can check the credit points recording in his/her academic career via the Punto Blu.

The University carries out checks during the internship of the student in order to verify the real running of the internship. In case the student is repeatedly not found the internship is annulled. The internship annulment communication is forwarded to the student, to the Program Director and to the host company/professional office.

In case of behavior contrary to the Honor Code or University regulations during the experience, students can be reported to the Disciplinary Board.

Internship recording

The internship is recorded by the deadline for the study plan completion set for the graduation. Generally, the internship must have been finished by that date.
Any uncompleted internships which have satisfied the minimum duration of time indicated above will still be recognized in the student's academic career. The recognition can be possible only if:
  • the student has to graduate before the end of the internship.
  • the student applies for a scholarship.
In this case, the end-of-internship documents must be completed and submitted within the time needed to record the internship in the student's academic career, as the set deadline for the completion of the study plan approaches (at least one week before).

In addition, the student must make an explicit request of recognition for the advance end of the internship to the Internship Office via the help&contact procedure.
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2.4.5.
Postponement, suspension, withdrawal/interruption

Postponment
It is possible to request before the end of the internship, request a postponement for a limit of 6 months of duration of the internship. The internship office carefully evaluates the reasons for the request. In case of internship carried out by a student, only if the company demonstrate that more time to reach the educational objective for the complexity of the project is needed, the University will evaluate the possibility to postpone the internship. In case of internship carried out by graduates, it is not possible (no way) postpone the internship over the 6 month the internship duration in the same company.
The postponement period must be communicated in advance by the company to the Internship office through the JobGate portal and the trainee must access the portal to confirm the postponement entered by the company on the portal.

Suspension
In agreement with Università Bocconi, a period of temporary suspension of the internship experience can be admitted (e.g. company closure, holiday) to be recovered at the end of the internship if this affects the minimum duration of the curricular internship. This period cannot be more than one month and must always be communicated in advance by the company to the Internship office thorugh the JobGate in the section ‘Internship duration changes’ in case it reaches 3 subsequent working days.

Withdrawal/Interruption

The withdrawal/interruption, with relating reasons, must be immediately communicated by the trainee to the University via the JobGate in the section ‘Internship duration changes’. Without serious reasons there will be limitations for accessing to a new internship (the new internship cannot be started before a month from the date of interruption of the previous internship).

For curricular internships, in case of the early interruption,if not authorized in advance by the Program Director, even if the requirement of the minimum duration has been met, the internship may not be recognized. The early authorization is given on the basis of assessment of all internship characteristics, including the duration.
The student forwards request of authorization to the internship interruption to the Program Director.
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2.4.6.
Contributions

As the internship is not a labour by Law, it is not paid. At their discretion companies can grant a monetary contribution.

Internships carried out aborad and not paid, for which no compensation is provided (no monetary contribution), scholarships can be given by Università Bocconi.

Depending on the specific internship requirement the following can be provided:
  • Fondo Sostegno Giovani scholarship
  • ERASMUS+ scholarship
  • ISU Bocconi scholarship for international mobility
  • Contribution for internships at the MAECI institutions (Minister of Foreign Affairs and International Cooperation)
  • Contribution for internships at international organizations

The Fondo Sostegno Giovani scholarship, the ERASMUS+ scholarship and the contribution for internships at the MAECI Institution are incompatible each other.
It is possible to cumulate the ISU Bocconi scholarship with one of the other types of contributions (no other combinations of the scholarships described above are possible).

There are also ISU Bocconi scholarships for internships at public institutions in Italy without indemnity.

For further information check the website: Scholarships for internships abroad.
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2.4.7.
Activities similar to the internship

Internships are the principal and priority educational activities aimed at aiding students in putting their studies into practice and in the choice of a profession, however there are also other activities which are defined as "similar activities" to internships including:

  • specialized work experience which have contracts that are different from those of internships. For example, temporary and permanent work positions. The rules already set for internships regarding duration, positioning and channels for finding such opportunities are applied to these experiences. In order to request the recognition students must, before or when the experience starts, send - via the Help&Contact procedure available on the yoU@B - copy of the contract signed with the company. The students will verify that the contract include the following information (or as an alternative he must provide it in attachment): name and company typology, field of the activity, number of employees, location, name and email address of a company reference person, period of the activity, decription of the activity and role. The internship office will enter the information relating to the activity similar to the internship via the JoBGate and the student will have to request the advance authorization to the Program Director, by entering ‘My internships’ area and clicking on ‘Request internship recognition’. At the end of the minimum of the duration for the internship recognition, students must upload, on ‘My internship’ in the ‘Attachments area’, a short report including information on the type of experience and a declaration by the company certifying the presence of the student at the company in the period specified on the request of recognition. After appropriate assessment the Program Director will proceed with the final recognition in accordance with the procedure specified in paragraph 2.4.4 Internship recognition; 
  • in-the-field projects (Moot) The Moot is an international competition. The recognition is carried out on the basis of a list provided to the Internship Office by the director of the in-the-field projects including those students who intend to have this activity recognized as similar to the internship and have completed this experience. 
  • Research field project. Activity promoted by a professor where the student is involved exclusively in a research activity to be carried out at a research center or a Department of the Univeristy. Assuming that this activity is considered as a prt-time experience, the minimum duration for internship recognition is 16 weeks and the maximum is 6 months. The procedure for authorization and recognition is the same as for the internships (see 2.4.4 Internship recognition) except for a final report on the activity carried out with paper documents or report to be uploaded on the JobGate at the end of the experience.
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2.4.8.
Early traineeship - Bar Examination

Starting on 20 February 2018, 6 of the 18 total months of the traineeship required by the regulations for gaining access to the bar examination can be completed during the last year of studies.

Requirements for applying for an early traineeship

Students who meet the following requirements can apply for an early traineeship:

  • enrolled in the fifth year (not enrolled beyond the duration of the program) of the Integrated Master of Arts in Law;
  • have earned credits in the following subject groups: Diritto privato [Private Law] (IUS/01), Diritto processuale civile [Civil Procedural Law] (IUS/15), Diritto penale [Criminal Law] (IUS/17), Diritto processuale penale [Criminal Procedural Law] (IUS/16), Diritto amministrativo [Administrative Law] (IUS/10), Diritto costituzionale [Constitutional Law] (IUS/08), Diritto dell’Unione Europea [European Union Law] (IUS 14);
  • have earned credits for all the educational activities in the 1st, 2nd and 3rd years and recorded them in their academic career.

In addition:

  • in the event that the student did not complete a study abroad experience in the fourth year: have earned credits for educational activities in the fourth year and recorded them in their academic career;
  • in the event that the student completed a long study abroad period in their fourth year (at least one semester): have earned at least 60 credits for educational activities in the fourth and fifth years and recorded them in their academic career.


Terms and conditions of validity

In order for the early traineeship to be valid, the following conditions must be met:

  • attainment of initial authorization;
  • duration of at least 6 calendar months and at least 288 hours and student participation in at least 12 hearings.
    If the student graduates before the end of the six months, the early traineeship shall be valid if it lasted at least 5 months and, in any case, at least 288 hours;
  • attainment of final validation;
  • graduation within 12 months after the end of the early traineeship;
  • confirmation of enrollment in the register of trainee lawyers within 90 days after graduation (the graduation certificate or equivalent document must be submitted to the Bar Association).

In addition, the traineeship must be formalized as an internship (see paragraph 4.4 Formalizing an Internship).

Detailed information on the regulations and procedures to follow for an early traineeship (admission requirements, conditions, roles, responsibilities, finding and formalizing a traineeship, documentation to submit to the Bar Association for authorization and steps for validation) are included in the Application Guide (italian version only) available on the Bocconi website.
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2.4.9.
Certifications and documents

To request certifications specifying the participation in an internship you must use the cert@B procedure available on the yoU@B Diary (see chapter 8 Certifications, self-declarations and Diploma Supplement), except for the documents described in the following paragraphs.
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2.4.9.1.
Declaration of internship completed

The student or graduate who musy request a document specifying the conclusion of an internship and can provide the address of the institution/company this document will be forwarded to, must access the Hel&Contact procedure on the yoU@B student Diary in order to request it and provide all useful information for the letterhead of the declaration.

In order to obtain such declaration, students/graduate must make sure that the two evaluation sheets (by the company tutor and by the trainee) have been filled out or they must attach copy of the end of internship certificate issued by the host company/institution to the request. Please notice that for declaration on the curricular value of the internship, it must have already been recorded in the academic career when making the request. Such declaration is exempted from the duty stamp "bollo".
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2.4.9.2.
Declaration (of enrolment or degree or other specific request) as a support of the application for an internship or for request of visa for internship in a foreign country

The student or a graduate can contact the Internship Office through the Help&Contact procedure available on the yoU@B Diary and address of the company/institution (diplomatic location/immigration office this declaration must be addressed to and the characteristics of the declaration. This declaration is exempted from the duty stamp "bollo".

Markets and External Affair Division
Internship Office

Piazza Sraffa, 11 - 20136 Milan
Help@Contact : available on the yoU@B Diary

Placement Library/Career Service Information Desk
Piazza Sraffa 11 - 20136
Ph. +39 02 5836 2711
placement.library@unibocconi.it
http://www.cs.unibocconi.eu/

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2.5.
Studying Abroad

Internationalization at Università Bocconi has been a strategic priority pursued since 1974, the year in which the first international agreements were put into place. Over the years these programs have developed an extensive network of affiliations and exchanges with prestigious academic and cultural institutions all over the world, including the recent formation of a special network of partner institutions in the field of law. Constant collaboration between Bocconi and foreign universities on research and joint teaching projects provide Bocconi students and teaching staff with invaluable international experience. Thanks to its network of international affiliations, Università Bocconi is able to offer law students opportunities on a global scale.

Study programs abroad:

  • Long programs (Exchange, Themis and Free-Mover Semester Programs);
  • Short programs (Free-Mover Summer, Vis Moot, Telders Moot Programs).

All the international programs will be presented in detail during the Bocconi International Fair.

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2.5.1.
Long programs

 
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2.5.1.1.
Exchange program

The Università Bocconi "Exchange Program" (including the LLP-Erasmus Program) deals with student exchanges under bilateral agreements with many universities in the world, giving students the opportunity to attend courses for which they can receive credit as part of their Bocconi degrees.

There are more than 50 School of Law included in the network which are specially addressed to the Integrated Master of Arts in Giurisprudenza [Law] and they are some of the most renowned institutions in the field of law.

The agreements are based on reciprocal arrangements that allow students from both institutions involved to complete a period of study abroad without paying extra university fees and tuition to the partner institution. Students are, however, responsible for travel, insurance, board and lodging expenses.

 
Eligibility and requirements
Students can take the semester abroad just one time during their fourth and fifth years. Therefore students regularly enrolled in the third or fourth year of the Integrated Master of Arts Program can apply.

Students are allowed to enroll in a semester abroad at one of the partner universities only if they pass the selection which is based on merit and language skills.


Application and deadlines
Students are advised to check the application procedures and deadlines on the website www.ir.unibocconi.eu/exchange
 

Exam recognition
Students can receive credit for a maximum of 5 courses.

For credit approval procedure check Exam Recognition for exams passed in foreign universities.


Information
For Exchange Program details, for updated information on eligible students, admissions procedures, deadlines and available destinations check the website www.ir.unibocconi.eu/exchange.

In the same area you can also check comments by students who have been abroad in the past together with detailed information on partner universities.

 
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2.5.1.2.
Free-Mover Semester

Students interested in attending a semester abroad outside the Exchange Program can enrol at a number of universities abroad where they can study just one time during the last year of their degree as part of the Free-Mover Semester Program (fee-paying Visiting Students or Independent Students).

The Free-Mover Semester experience is incompatible with the partecipation in the Exchange Program and with the partecipation in the Themis and Vis Moot and Telders Moot programs.
Students are responsible for payment of tuition and fees for both Università Bocconi and the foreign university as well as for travel, board and lodging expenses for the period abroad.
Students are obliged to take out health insurance for the entire period of study abroad. 


Università Bocconi has identified a number of schools, mainly members of its international network, that accepted such students in the past. The list of universities abroad will be published on the webpage at http://www.ir.unibocconi.eu/. This is the only list considered valid for the recognition of exams taken in schools abroad as part of the Free-Mover Semester Program.

Any other applications for alternatives must be examined individually beforehand by the Markets and External Affairs Division Study Abroad. The application, accompanied by a motivational letter and information about the chosen university, must be submitted to the Markets and External Affairs Division Study Abroad before enrolling at the foreign university for a Free-Mover Semester Program.


Exam recognition
Students can receive credit for a maximum of 5 courses.

For credit approval procedure check Exam recognition for exams passed in foreign universities is to be finalized and will be available later.

Information

Students are recommended to check the detailed information and requirements published on the website http://www.ir.unibocconi.eu/. In addition, in the restricted area of the website you can find the reports of those students who spent a study period abroad in the previous years as part of the Exchange program. 

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2.5.1.3.
Themis Program

Among the opportunities offered to students enrolled in the last years of studies we outline the Themis Program Joint Certificate in International Business Law.
The program curriculum includes also an exchange experience lasting one semester at one of the partner institutions, a joint seminar realised at one of the network universities and an international internship. Upon curriculum completion, after graduation, the joint certificate in International Business Law is released.

The Joint Certificate in International Business Law is promoted as part of the Themis Network, of which Bocconi is Founder Member, including also Esade (Barcelona, Spain), Freie Universität (Berlin, Germany), Université Est CréteilVal de Marne, Paris (Paris, France) and Maastricht Law School (Maastricht, the Netherlands), Singapore Management University, School of Law (Singapore), WU Wien - Vienna University of Economics and Business (Wien Austria), Universitaet St. Gallen (St. Gallen, Switzerland).

Eligibility and requirements

It is possible to participate in the program only once, in the fourth or fifth year of studies; students regularly enrolled in the third or in the fourth year of studies can apply. students are admitted only after passing a selection based on merit, language skills and motivation. The Themis is incompatible with the Exchange Program experience and Free Mover Semester. In the year of the experience, it is incompatible with VIS Moot and Telders Moot.

Exam recognition
Students can receive credit for a maximum of 5 courses.

For the exam recognition procedure please make reference to Recognition of exams passed in foreign universities.

Information
For dates, deadlines, requirements, further information or any updates it is possible to consult the website www.ir.unibocconi.eu/themis or send an email to themis@unibocconi.it
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2.5.2.
Short programs

The short programs offered by Università Bocconi give students the opportunity to spend a brief period of time abroad, combining educational activities with the exploration of new cultural, social and economic environments.

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2.5.2.2.
Free-Mover summer

Università Bocconi has identified a number of its international network partner schools that offer Summer Programs which can be interesting and valid from the educational point of view. The Summer Programs last 3/5 weeks and are held in the summer months, during which students can follow curricular courses which can then be recognized at Bocconi. The list of foreign universities specified on the website is the only valid in terms of recognition of courses offered in the Summer Program at foreign institutions. Other options will be examined in advance, on a case by case basis, by the Markets and External Affairs division Study Abroad; applications must be submitted before enrollment in the Free Mover Summer.

The Free Mover Summer takes place only once - in the summer of the third or fourth year - and is addressed to students fulfilling the requirements needed and enrolled in the third or fourth year of studies (NB: it is not possible to recognize a Summer Program held in the summer of the first or second year, or even earlier).

The student is responsible for the costs of travel, meals and lodging during the period abroad, as well as the payment of fees related to courses taken at a foreign school. It is compulsory for the student to subscribe to health insurance coverage for the period abroad.

Exam recognition

The Free-Mover Summer allows the recognition of maximum one exam. For the procedure for recognition of exams refer to "Recognition of exams passed at foreign universities".

Information

We recommend that you review the requirements and methods of participation on the site http://www.ir.unibocconi.eu/

 
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2.5.2.3.
International Commercial Arbitration Moot Vienna (VIS Moot)

Moot is the law arbitration and international commercial competition in which teams coming from universities worldwide simulate a process of arbitration on a dispute relating to a contract of international sale.
The competition is structured in two phases. The first one, a written part, includes the elaboration of a Memorandum for Claiman and of a Memorandum for Respondent based on a legal problem assigned before. In the second phase oral part the participating Teams compete at the hearing and play the role of lawyers, arguing and discussing the case in front of arbitration structured in academicians and experts in the subject.

Information

We suggest you to check requirements and application procedures on the website at http://www.unibocconi.eu/moot
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2.5.2.4.
Telders International Law Moot Court Competition, The Hague (Telders Moot)

Competition of International Law organized by the Grotius Centre for International Legal Studies (Leiden University).

Participants defend the reasons for the two States about four questions of public international law, in a fictitious case brought before the International Court of Justice, principal awarding body of the United Nations. The competition takes place in two stages: in the first phase, the selected students prepare written pleadings, learning to perform legal research and write up memories in English; in the second, taking the role of 'legal counsels', learning how to effectively present and concise legal arguments in public. Written submissions and oral presentations are evaluated by academic and professional experts in the field.

During the international rounds-which take place at the Peace Palace in The Hague-the majority of the States of Europe is represented by Team emerged victorious in the national rounds. And 'then tradition that the two team finalists will contend victory subjecting their arguments to real judges of the International Court of Justice.

Information

We recommend that you review the requirements and procedures for the selection on the website http://www.unibocconi.eu/moot.
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2.5.2.5.
European Law Moot Court

The European Law Moot Court is an international competition involving university teams of students interested in European Union Law topics. It is addressed to graduate law students and consists in the simulation of legal proceedings before the Court of Justice of the European Union. 

It is organized by ELMEC Society and it takes place since 1988. In the last editions it involved teams coming from 80 european and American universities.


After the publication of the case in September, the Teacms must submit two memories by November. if the Team is selected for the Regional Finals, it must prepare for the oral pleadings which will be presented before the European judges.
 

Information

Check requirements and selection procedure at www.unibocconi.eu/moot.
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2.5.3.
Scholarships for international programs

To favor the participation in programs of international mobility organized by the University, Bocconi Contributions and the integration to the ISU Bocconi scholarships addressed to students meeting the financial parameters specified in the application.

Students chosen for the Exchange Program and Themis for one semester of study at a European institution which has signed a bilateral Erasmus agreement will receive a Erasmus+ scholarship from the European Union. For details make reference to www.ir.unibocconi.eu/erasmus.

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2.5.4.
Certifications and documents

To request certifications specifying the admission and/or participation in a program of international mobility the cert@B procedure available on the yoU@B Diary must be requested  (see chapter 8 Certifications, self-declarations and Diploma Supplement), except for the documents described in the following paragraphs.
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2.5.4.1.
Documents for the participation in the exchange program and Themis

The Study Abroad Officemust be contacted by the selected student if, as part of the application procedure or the participation, the partner foreign university requests a document for the admission to the program and/or information relating to the enrolment at Bocconi along with the student's academic career. The same procedure is applicable in case the document of admission to the program is required to obtain the visa. Any procedure changes will be communicated to the interested students.
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