The Degree in Law at the European University of Rome pursues the specific objective of highlighting the underlying principles of Law and its fundamental institutions.It is based on the Roman tradition and the philosophical analysis of the relationship between the individual and social structures, following the historical, social and economic development of the present society in its European and international dimensions and perspectives.
It also aims to develop students’critical thinking skills, needed for the interpretation and analysis of Law and its application in today’s reality, by mastering analysis tools, procedures and the capacity to produce all kind of legal texts. The course encourages the acquisition of languages and computer skills, in order to carry out the profession with a complete mastery of the latest technologies.
Workshops and trainings will allow students to translate theoretical knowledge into professional experience and favor the immediate inclusion in the working world. The study method aims to create a community of professors and students who search for truth and knowledge by striving for a peaceful life experience.
During the first two years students will acquire basic law principles, present throughout history and theoretical and philosophical scholar papers, and the definition of the same institutional principles of the legal system, be it private or public law.
During the second year, and increasingly in the following years, students will learn more specific subjects, such as commercial and international law. This is done in order to provide students with a good historical and theoretical culture and, therefore, with the knowledge of all branches of law.
Lectures are distributed in two semesters consisting of 12 teaching weeks each. The class schedule is designed to rationalize the use of time, in order to equitably favor teaching agenda and distribute the workload.
Classes are exclusively held in the morning hours, with the exception of elective courses which take place in the afternoon, always respecting a break from 1 p.m. to 3 p.m. that can also be employed for additional activities or personal study.
Lessons last 45 minutes each as to maximize the attention and learning span. Teaching consists mainly of lectures, together with practical activities and seminars, accompanied by numerous other educational activities, both curricular and extra-curricular activities, which enrich the human and professional training that the European University of Rome wants to provide its students with.
Please note that documents here attached are only available in Italian:
For submitting the application for admission to the final exam, students must fill out the application online, directly from the electronic university system Esse3, following the instructions in the guide below.
Within two months from the initial date of the graduation ceremony, students have to hand in the General Secretarat the following modules:
Application for admission to the degree exam
Dissertation thesis form (signed by the adviser and / or co-adviser)
Enrollment certificate with given exams (signed by the adviser)
The application for admission must be accompanied with a duty stamp (€ 16.00).
Within 20 days from the initial date of the graduation ceremony, students must hand in the General Secretariat:
the “final project approval” form signed by the adviser and also by the co-adviser
n. 2 written papers in the original, definitive, leather-bound format signed by the adviser at the bottom-left-corner (also by the co-adviser for the Master Degree Courses and the single-cycle Degree in Law)
n. 1 paper in electronic format (CD-Rom)
the exam record book
copy of the payment of the graduation exam admission fee