Law and Innovation

The Second Cycle Degree Course in Law and Innovation is an open-access course


In order to apply for a place on the Second Cycle Degree Course in Legal Sciences for Innovation, applicants must hold a degree or university diploma of a duration of three years, or other equivalent study qualification obtained abroad and recognised as suitable as per regulations currently in force.  An appropriate grounding in legal disciplines is also required, as are sufficient knowledge of political and economic disciplines and business-economics; working knowledge of English to at least B1 level is also required.


The Call for admission is scheduled to be published in June.

The Call will specify:

  • entry requirements 
  • pre-assessment of minimum curricular requirements
  • how to present the online application
  • evaluation and publishing of the results
  • guidelines for candidates with disabilities or learning disorders
  • how to enrol


Last updated on: 20/06/2022