Double Degree University of Turin - Université Savoie Mont Blanc
Locations: Università degli Studi di Torino (UniTo) / Université Savoie Mont Blanc (USMB)
Duration: 2 years (1 of mobility at the partner university)
Places available: 5 reserved for UniTO students + 5 reserved for USMB students
Scientific coordinator: Prof. Michele Vellano
Didactic coordinator: Prof. Alberto Oddenino
Under the agreement between the Department of Law of the University of Turin and the Faculty of Law of the Université de Savoie Mont Blanc (Chambéry), students of the Department of Law will be able to carry out their second year of studies at the Université de Savoie Mont Blanc (Chambéry) with an integrated curriculum.
At the end of the program students will obtain 2 qualifications:
- Laurea magistrale in European Legal Studies (LM-90) (UniTO)
- Master en Droit des Affaires – specialization en European and International Business Law (Droit Européen et International des Affaires) (USMB)
The Program is designed to meet the needs of students who aspire to a career in a globalized context that requires in-depth knowledge of European and international law. Career opportunities include international and non-governmental organizations, public administration, legal consultancy and research activities.
The French qualification (Master 2) entitles students to pursue the qualification for the French bar.
Participation in the international programme is based on an integrated study plan, which, unlike other forms of mobility, has been approved in advance by both partner universities, to enable all participants to follow the same higher education course. The integrated study plan also makes it possible for students to complete their university studies on time, through the agreed recognition of credits for all activities carried out at the partner location.
A maximum of 5 students from the Law Department of UniTo and 5 students from Université Savoie Mont Blanc are admitted to the programme.
Interested candidates enrolled in the first year of ELS (LM 90) must apply via the Erasmus Mobility Call for Studies and may express a maximum of two preferences. However, the choice of the Turin-Chambery double degree (destination F CHAMBERY01, PG level) must be indicated as the first preference. The indication of the double degree as a second preference will not be taken into account.
Candidates will undergo a face-to-face interview to assess their language skills and egilibity for the course.
The criteria used for selection are based on the university curriculum, language knowledge and skills and the reasons for the choice. Students taking part in the programme must demonstrate a level of English language at least B2 of the Common European Framework of Reference for Languages (CEFR).
See the Call.
The winning students will receive the mobility grant provided within the Erasmus Mobility Call for Studies.
Didactic coordinator UNITO
prof. Alberto Oddenino
Administrative coordinator UNITO
+39 011 6704179 (martedì ore 10,00 – 12,00)
Didactic coordinator USMB
prof. Eric Brunat
Administrative coordinator USMB
Mrs. F. Aga