Written examinations will take place at the end of each module – or each sub-module of module C – in order to test the acquisition by participants of fundamental knowledge in each disciplinary area.
At the end of all teaching classes, participants will take part to a moot court competition activity, which will include practical training sessions, during which they will examine, under the guidance of tutors, an hypothetical case (modelled on real practice). Participants will eventually debate the case before a panel of experts.
Attendants will then undertake an internship in international, EU or national entities, agencies or institutions specialized in one of the Master’s core fields. At the end of the stage, Master’ students will be requested to submit a report of the activities undertaken.
In case of personal impediment, the internship may be replaced by individual research activity focusing on the analysis of a case study related to one of the Master’s subject matters.
During the last part of the Master, participants will write a final thesis, which they will submit to and defend before a Committee composed of Master’s professors.