The International University College (IUC) of Turin is accepting applications for the 2013-2014 LLM and MSc Degree programs in “Comparative Law, Economics, and Finance” with classes taught entirely in English.
At the IUC of Turin a number of renowned intellectuals and scholars from around the world serve on the faculty and advisory board, including: Guido Calabresi (former Dean of the Yale School of Law), David Gerber (Chicago Kent School of Law), Josef Halevi (University of Sydney), Duncan Kennedy (Harvard Law School), Ugo Mattei (University of Torino & University of California, Hastings), Stefano Rodota (co-author of the European Charter of Fundamental Rights), Amartya Sen (Nobel Laureate), Gunther Teubner (Frankfurt School), Jan Toporowski (SOAS, University of London), Gustavo Zagrebelsky (Emeritus President of the Italian Constitutional Court).
Program Description: The IUC Academic Program aspires to develop broader, context driven approaches that may equip students with both a sophisticated understanding of the contemporary debates within the legal and economic profession, and familiarize them with the tools for critical analysis. The IUC offers two Degree Programs, a one year Master of Laws (LLM) and a two year Master of Science Degree (MSc). The curriculum is intended to provide students with a truly interdisciplinary and comparative approach to law, economics and finance.
Applications/Further Information: There is no fee to apply. Applications are accepted until June 15th, 2013. Late applications might be given consideration. Full-living grants are available.
If you have any questions about the application or about the LLM/MSc CLEF and studying at IUC, please feel free to send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org or call us at (+39) 011 440 7007.