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.
Applicants must have a Bachelor’s degree in any field, preferably in Law, Economics, Engineering, Medicine, Physics, Chemistry, Communication sciences or Business administration.
Acceptable bachelor’s degree must be a minimum of 3 years in duration in a university.
Advanced knowledge of English is a prerequisite (TOEFL 80/120 or IELTS 6.5/9).
All the activities will be in English.
All applications are scrutinized by a Selection Committee headed by the University of Turin Department of Law.
The Selection Committee evaluates applications in multiple rounds of admission, in order to provide prompt feedback to all applicants and more opportunities to early-bird well-qualified prospective participants.
See Application and Deadlines to check the requested documents.
A maximum number of 45 participants is foreseen.
The course will be activated on condition that there are at least 18 participants.