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Admission requirements

National applicants must

  1. hold an Italian bachelor’s degree (Laurea Triennale)

  2. satisfy academic and English language requirements


Academic requirements are, alternatively:

  1. an L/14 class degree (in Scienze dei servizi giuridici) or L/16 class degree (in Scienze dell'Amministrazione e dell'Organizzazione)

  2. a certified academic record encompassing a minimum of:

    • 15 ECTS credits in Private Law, Public Law and/or Comparative Law

    • 15 ECTS credits in International Law and/or EU Law  

    • 6 ECTS credits in Economics

English language requirement

The English entry level requirement is Level B2 of the Common European Framework of Reference for Languages (CEFRL).

Application AY 2020/21

All applicants must book an admission interview on one of the available dates and present their degree certificate with academic record (transcript of records) and language certification where available. The interview will be held in English and aims to verify the curricular and language requirements.

For more information on the enrollment procedure, see the webpage How to apply.

International applicants

International applicants for European Legal Studies must hold a 3-year undergraduate degree (i.e. a bachelor’s degree) and meet admission requirements.

Academic requirements are

a certified academic record encompassing a minimum of:

  • 15 ECTS credits in Private Law, Public Law and/or Comparative Law

  • 15 ECTS credits in International Law and/or EU Law

  • 6 ECTS credits in Economics

Applications will be evaluated by the Admissions Commission on the basis of each applicant’s CV and an interview (video interview if necessary). In some cases the Commission may grant admission on condition that applicants complete supplementary academic requirements.

At the interview, the Commission also verifies that applicants’ English language level is equivalent to level B2 of the Common European Framework of Reference for Languages (CEFRL).

For further information on the enrollment procedure, see Application for international students.

Applicants with qualifications issued by a non-Italian high school or university are required to apply through the Apply@UniTo procedure.

The webpage provides an overview of the application process with information about each stage. Please read information regarding documents required and deadlines carefully, and follow the instructions given.

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