Università Bocconi was established in Milan in 1902, with a generous endowment from Ferdinando Bocconi, a wealthy merchant. Named for his lost son, Università Commerciale Luigi Bocconi thus became the first Italian institution of higher education to grant a degree in economics. Today, Bocconi is a research university of international standing in business, economics, and law.
The LL.M. in Law of Internet Technology focuses on all key areas of interest for lawyers and legal practitioners dealing with innovation, the Internet and technological development. The program is unique in providing a thorough understanding on international legal issues emerging in the digital age, including intellectual property protection and competition rules. Emphasis is placed on the freedom of contracts, individuals and businesses in digital environments.
Location: Milan, Italy
Single/Double Diploma: Single
Number of Places/Students per year: not specified
Duration: both a full-time program (12 months) and a part-time program (2 years).
Price/Fee : Fulltime: € 16,000 – Part time: € 19,500 (€ 9,750 per year)
Scholarships: Financial Aid is available.
Accommodation: International students usually have the choice between staying in Bocconi accommodation or privately arranging a place to stay. Bocconi offers seven student residence halls, from the historic Bocconi residence to the recently constructed Isonzo and Bligny dorms.
Application Process: For the 2019-2020 academic year, the application calendar will be as follows: Early round, Winter Round, Spring Round and Summer Round with the last deadline of 26th June. Applications are required to be submitted online including the documents listed below. Results will be released online approximately 3 weeks after the application deadlines.
1. Period of Time: 26 June 2019 is the deadline for 2019-2020 intake.
2. Necessary Documents:
In order to be evaluated, applicants must meet the following requirements:
- A degree in Law, i.e.:
a) a 5-year Integrated Master of Arts in Law or 3+2 years Master of Arts in Law from an Italian university,
b) equivalent degree in Law from a university abroad.
- Academic curriculum (i.e. University transcript of records)
- Curriculum vitae
- Personal statement
- Reference letters (up to 2)
- Copy of an English language certificate (at least B2 level)
- Interview (if needed). Applicants are encouraged to complete a video interview (in English). The video interview is recommended, though not compulsory.
3. Additional docs for Non-EU/EEA - NONE
4. Supplements ( if one master requires ) -NO
The program is divided into 6 Compulsory Courses and 4 Elective Courses and awards 60 ECTS credits in total. Students may take a curricular internship consistent with the educational objectives of the LL.M. in the final part of the program. Alternatively, students may choose a “clinical work”, a short-term assignment by an external partner focusing on specific subjects. They may also choose to complete an individual research paper (final thesis).
All courses take place from September until April and all practical activities take place at the end of the courses.
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