LAW

Course structure

Study Plan

The Study Plan (or training Plan) is the set of all the educational activities (courses, activities at your choice, linguistic suitability, internship, final exam, etc..) that the student must perform in order to achieve the degree.

 

Some activities (courses) are mandatory, while some are optional

Please note: the Study Plan can change overtime. For this reason, Students should pay attention to their "coorte"* of enrollment: every student is tied to a specific Study Plan for the duration of the Course (i.e. to the Study Plan that is related to the "coorte" of enrollment). 

*the term "coorte" means all Students enrolled in a specific academic year. For instance, the coorte 2019/2020 refers to all Students enrolled in the a.a. 2019/2020

Students enrolled in 2020/2021

For Students enrolled in 2020/2021 the Study Plan is the following: 

For details on courses (Professor, semester, program and type of course) and for following years' courses, go to SUBJECT

Courses of Italian for Foreign Students

he University of Parma organises courses of Italian as a foreign language, starting from A2 level, to help foreign students reach at least B1 level before sitting exams.
Exchange students who aim to attend these courses must include them in their Learning Agreement by using the following course codes and names:

1006315 - LINGUA ITALIANA PER STRANIERI I (4 ECTS)
1006321 - LINGUA ITALIANA PER STRANIERI II (4 ECTS)
1006583 – LINGUA ITALIANA PER STRANIERI III (4 ECTS)

In order to take part in the Italian courses students must be in Parma by the date of the entry test, so that they can have a place in the class matching their level.
Further information is available on the web page dedicated to the Italian courses for foreigners, on the website of the Department of Humanities, Social Sciences and Cultural Industries.

For further info click here

Course year: 1

Single Annual Cycle

First semester

Second semester

Course year: 2

Single Annual Cycle

  • LABOUR LAW - Integrated educational activity - 15 credits
  • PENAL LAW I - Single discipline educational activity - 12 credits

First semester

Second semester

  • CIVIL LAW I - Single discipline educational activity - 9 credits
Course year: 3

Single Annual Cycle

First semester

Second semester

Course year: 4

Single Annual Cycle

First semester

Second semester

Course year: 5

First semester

Second semester