Università degli Studi di Milano
Cornell Law School may send up to two students in the fall and spring semester to Università degli Studi di Milano. Spring placements are available for 2L's only.
LANGUAGE OF INSTRUCTION
The University of Milan (Università degli Studi di Milano), established in 1924, is a public multidisciplinary teaching and research-intensive institution. The University of Milan is the top Italian university in most international rankings and is the only Italian university that belongs to the League of European Research Universities (LERU). The University embraces 33 departments, 128 study programmes, 33 doctoral programmes, and several vocational study programmes. The University of Milan counts almost 64,000 students regularly enrolled, 2,140 tenured professors, and 120 visiting professors/scholars.
University of Milan is well known for the following legal areas:
- Corporate Law
- Criminal Justice
- International and European Law
- Civil Liability
- International Arbitration Law
- Sustainable Development
- Transnational Dispute Resolution
- Legal History
First Semester: Late-September - Mid-December
Second Semester: Late-February - Late-May
COURSES AND CREDITS
Please review the list of courses taught in English.
Interested students should consult the website for more details.