STUDYING LAW, POLITICAL SCIENCE AND SOCIAL WORK IN PARMA
A variety of courses are taught entirely in English each year:
Discover all the English courses offered by the Department of Law and Political and International Studies of the University of Parma. http://gspi.unipr.it/it/node/3247
European and International Labour Law - Prof. Fabio Pantano (lecture hours: 36; ECTS: 6).
The course will analyse, by way of example, the social policy of the European Union concerning the labour market and the models of non-standard contracts; the external action of EU to promote the protection of labour in developing countries; the evolution of the discipline of employment relationship and of trade unions and collective labour rights in countries that recently have achieved a high economic development on the international scene (BRICS).
Further information is available at: http://en.unipr.it/ugov/degreecourse/120639 .
European and Comparative Criminal Law - Prof. Alberto Cadoppi (lecture hours: 36; 6 ECTS).
Topics pertaining both to the general part and the special part of Criminal law will be analyzed during the course, from a Comparative law and European Law point of view. Among other topics, decisions from the European Court of Human Rights will be analysed.
Further information is available at: http://en.unipr.it/ugov/degreecourse/84047.
Economics and Law - Prof. Pietro Vagliasindi (lecture hours: 36 hours; 6 ECTS).
The course will examine the legal behaviours and juridical norms in the broadest context of socio-economic and political institutions to assess through social cost benefit analysis of institutional and regulatory options. It aims at preparing lawyers to better understand how legal and institutional contexts modify incentives and affect socio-economic behaviours, as well as to assess legislations and institutions (for example within the context of international organization, such as the World Bank, IMF, EBRD, etc.). Moreover, the course will provide an in-depth analysis of public institutions, focusing on efficiency and equity issues, property law, contracts and corporate theory.
Further information is available at: http://en.unipr.it/ugov/degreecourse/94478 .
Fundamentals of European Law - Prof. Ulrico Agnati (lecture hours: 30; 6 ECTS).
The aim of the course is to identify the main features into the developing of the European law. The analysis will follow the historical evolution of the following topics, along a cross-cultural comparison between the western “secular-grounded” legal tradition and eastern legal experiences of religious Laws: 1. Religious and Secular Law; 2. Religious Legal Traditions; 3. Secular Law and Public institutions; 4. The relationship between individual and the 'State'; 5. The creation of civic rules.
Further information is available at: http://en.unipr.it/ugov/degreecourse/135692 .
History of Italian Foreign Policy - Prof. Bruno Pierri (lecture hours: 30; 6 ECTS).
The course aims at providing the students with the main issues and concepts of the history of Italian foreign policy, with a particular focus on Fascist policy of power, as well as the relationships with the colonial realities of those times. Moreover, it is planned to examine history methodology through strict critical and scientific criteria. As a matter of fact, it is a question of a “treaty” between professors and students, dealing with contents issues and methods of survey within a history inter-disciplinary educational training.
Further information concerning recommended readings, teaching and assessment methods of the course unit are available at: http://en.unipr.it/ugov/degreecourse/135684 .
Contract Law and Internationalization of Firms - Prof. Fabrizio Moncalvo (lecture hours: 36; 6 ECTS)
The course aims to analyse the characteristics, from a legal and contractual point of view, of the Commercial Distribution Agreements, through the study of the main types of contracts. Particular attention will be given to the analysis of negotiation techniques, with specific reference to the choice of the contractual typology, international safeguards, dispute settlement, choice of law, management of the "Country risk".
Teaching language: both Italian and English.
Further information is available at: http://en.unipr.it/ugov/degreecourse/135686.
OTHER COURSES FOR INCOMING STUDENTS TAUGHT IN ITALIAN
The Department of Law, Political and International Studies of the University of Parma also offers a wide variety of courses taught in Italian. Find here the Syllabus: http://gspi.unipr.it/it/node/3248
For incoming students “reduced programs” are also available: these are courses taught in Italian that can be taken for a lower number of credits. The courses available in a “reduced program” option are the following:
Labour Law (6 ECTS instead of 15 ECTS) - 1st semester
Criminal Procedural Law (6 ECTS instead of 15 ECTS) - 1st semester
Commercial Law (6 ECTS instead of 12 ECTS) - 1st semester
ITALIAN LANGUAGE COURSES FOR INCOMING ERASMUS STUDENTS
Enrol in an Italian language course. For more information, see http://dusic.unipr.it/it
To help you get familiar with SCHEDULES, THE EXAMS AND THE WHEREABOUTS OF THE CLASSROOMS have a look at the Student Portal of the University of Parma
You can find the ACADEMIC CALENDAR here:
1) ERASMUS + STUDY (SMS):
1) Law Degree: Prof. Malaika Bianchi, email address: email@example.com
2) Social Work Degree: Prof. Vincenza Pellegrino, email address: firstname.lastname@example.org
3) Political Science Degree: Prof. Cesare Pitea, email address: email@example.com
2) ERASMUS + INTERNSHIP (SMT)
1) Law Degree and Political Science Degree: Prof. Fabio Cassibba, email address: firstname.lastname@example.org; Prof. Francesca Trombetta Panigadi, email address: email@example.com
2) Social Work Degree: Prof.ssa Vincenza Pellegrino, email: firstname.lastname@example.org
The tutors for the support of internationalization perform activities aimed at supporting the internationalization of programs and projects for the entire Department of Law and Political and International Studies. The activity includes support for incoming and outgoing students during their mobility exchange.