When the subject matter justifies it, students will be provided with the opportunity to carry out the master’s thesis research project at a foreign institution with which the School of Law has a partnership agreement.
This is an exceptional opportunity for students to learn firsthand about foreign doctrine and jurisprudence, establish academic links with prestigious institutions, perfect their knowledge of other languages, and put into practice many skills and competences that are essential in an increasingly globalized academic context.
The School currently has more than 20 partnership agreements with international universities in Europe, North America, Latin America, Asia and Oceania.
The School is scheduled to sign new agreements with other foreign universities where it can ensure the right academic and teaching standards and appropriate facilities.
The deadline for applying for exchanges will be set for each academic year by the master’s program coordinator before the end of the first semester.