The School of Law encourages its academic and scientific community to undertake periods of study and teaching abroad, as a way to improve curricula, by acquiring additional knowledge in the field and levels of studies that enrich the students in the labour market and enable the School to improve its educational and scientific offer. The experience of a period of study or teaching abroad also allows to become familiar with and gain a deeper understanding of other languages and cultures.
Accordingly, the School of Law offers a set of international experiences to its academic and scientific community. A student of the School of Law may choose either an exchange with a foreign partner University, or attending classes in English or an intensive course. Students may also participate in international moot courts competitions.
The School of Law also offers international advanced training courses, in particular, the Joint Master (LL.M. Eur.) in European Legal Practice and the Postgraduate programme in EGC-Law.