The Master of Laws (LL.M.) in International Crime and Justice is jointly organized by the Department of Law at the University of Turin (UNITO) and the United Nations Interregional Crime and Justice Research Institute (UNICRI). The LL.M., which is taught in English, is designed for those who seek a deeper understanding of international criminal law and crime prevention instruments, as well as an increased knowledge of the role and function of international organizations and tribunals operating in this area.
Fees and scholarships
The fees for the LL.M. are € 7,500 (inclusive of € 709 fee for matriculation at the UNITO) and are required to be paid upon confirmation of acceptance by the selected candidate no later than:
- 3 October 2014
- Fees are not refundable.
- A number of full and/or partial scholarships, covering tuition fee will be available. Students must, however, bear all other expenses related to, for example travel, food and board.
- Scholarships will preferably be awarded to women and candidates from developing countries, based on merit. Such candidates requesting scholarship will be identified by the Scientific Committee.
The course is intended for graduates in Law, Political Science, International Relations, Criminology, or graduates with other equivalent qualifications.
Candidates must meet the following requirements:
- Hold at least a 3-year university degree issued by an internationally recognized university in one of the aforementioned areas;
- Be fully proficient in English (both spoken and written). During the course students will be asked to actively engage in class activities, draft legal documents, analyze court decisions and case documents, discuss practical scenarios and work in groups.
Although not required, proficiency score ranges are suggested to be equal to or above the following: