The University has established collaboration relationships with approximately 300 European universities with the aim of promoting student mobility. The University offers a multidisciplinary educational programme, which focuses primarily on four areas: Economics, Law and Social Sciences; Humanities; Medicine and Healthcare; Science. In recent years, the range of courses has been expanded and diversified with the establishment of new study programmes, designed to meet the specific requirements of new social-economic contexts. Moreover, some of our degree courses are partially or entirely taught in English.
Internationalization is a priority of our University. The Department of Law and Law History signed agreements with foreign universities for increasing students and professors mobility, for creating joint and double degrees, and for promoting conferences and seminars at international level. The Department of Private Law and Law History, in the context of international activities promoted by the legal area departments, has established relationships with the following subjects active in the field of university-level education:
- Facultad de derecho, Universidad Nacional de Buenos Aires - Argentina
- Law faculty, Xiamen University - Cina
- Université Cergy-Pontoise - Francia
- Université de Montreal - Canada