THE COURSE IN BRIEF
CREDITS: 60 CFU (ECTS)
Keywords: INTELLECTUAL PROPERTY, PATENTS, COPYRIGHT, DESIGN, TRADEMARKS, GEOGRAPHICAL INDICATIONS, TRADE SECRETS, UNFAIR COMPETITION, RESEARCH AND DEVELOPMENT, TECHNOLOGY TRANSFER
Duration: One Year
distance learning: phase I: september-December 2022, phase II: January-March 2023
residential phase: April-July 2023
final research paper: July-August 2023
STRUCTURE AND ORGANIZATION
Why this course
This one-year program shares the vision of WIPO (World Intellectual Property Organization) and its Academy to promote the development of IP, and advanced education in IP law, policy, and management.
Period and Venue
The Program will be held from August, 29th 2022 to August, 27th 2023.
During the residential phase in Turin, lectures will take place at the SAA Campus in Turin.
Who can apply
The program is designed both for professionals from the public and private sectors as well as academics who wish to acquire the skills required to manage IP through a well-tested international and comparative law approach.
The tuition fee is of 9.000,00 Euro, to be paid in 3 instalments.
Application and deadlines
Applications are open. Application Deadline: July 21st, 2022.
Applications will be reviewed by the Selection Committee in multiple rounds of admission.
The LL.M. in IP is composed of 4 different phases delivered over a 12 month-period (August 2022 to August 2023).
All activities will be in English.
Exams and certification
The LL.M. in Intellectual Property is delivered as a First Level Master according to the Italian Ministerial Decree no. 509 of 1999.
SCIENTIFIC COMMITTEE AND FACULTY
The Program is developed thanks to the contribution of renowned international experts in the fields of Intellectual Property.
The Program is organized by the University of Turin, in collaboration with WIPO (World Intellectual Property Organization) and SAA (School of Management). It is managed by COREP.
The LLM. in Intellectual Property produced in more than twenty years over 700 graduates from 95 countries.
The students' profiles have considerably strengthened the international and multi-disciplinary nature of the Master.