Doctor of Philosophy in Law and Regulations in Florence in Italy

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A PhD, also known as a Doctor of Philosophy degree, is a doctorate awarded by a university to the academic who has met all necessary qualifications and can now be considered a doctor in his or her academic field.

Officially known as the Italian Republic, the country is found in southern Europe. The official language is Italian and the cultural rich capital is Rome. Many of the world's oldest universities are located in Italy, in particular the University of Bologna (founded in 1088). There are three Superior Graduate Schools with "university status", three institutes with the status of Doctoral Colleges, which function at graduate and post-graduate level.

Florence is one of the most populous city of Italy. This place is known for its Art institutions. Moreover, institutions like Florence University of Arts are dedicated to providing good quality art based education. These educational institutions focus on over all grooming of the students.

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Doctoral Programme in Law

European University Institute (EUI)
Campus Full time 4 years October 2017 Italy Florence

The Law Department offers a four-year Ph.D. programme leading to the award of a doctorate. An LL.M. degree is awarded upon the successful completion of the first year of the Ph.D. programme. [+]

Doctorate Studies in Law and Regulations in Florence in Italy. The Law Department offers a four-year Ph.D. programme leading to the award of a doctorate. An LL.M. degree is awarded upon the successful completion of the first year of the Ph.D. programme. Researchers follow a structured programme of research and training. A wide range of seminars and workshops is offered in key fields, many of which are linked to research projects in the Law Department, or are interdisciplinary and organised jointly with other departments of the EUI. Researchers gain experience in presenting their work and are encouraged to participate in conferences, workshops and the department's very active working groups. They may enrich their programme with research missions around the world or on exchange programmes with partner institutions. Research Themes The Department’s programme covers European Union law; constitutional law; international economic law; human rights law; competition, labour and social law; legal informatics; legal theory and philosophy; and European and transnational private law. These areas are reflected in the areas of supervision supported by our department, as well as the high-level research and theses produced by our department. Application deadline The deadline for applications for the 2015-2016 academic year is 31 January 2015. Application form, research proposal, reference letters and other required documents must be received by midnight (central European time) on that date. [-]