Nagoya University Graduate School of Law
As of Spring Semester, 2019, the Law Department of Roma Tre University has established a semester study abroad exchange with the Graduate School of Law of Nagoya University.
Nagoya University School of Law and Politics (hereinafter NU Law) was established in 1948 (as the Law and Economics Department). In the years since, the Graduate School of Law has come to hold a central role in legal research and international outreach in the Chubu region of Japan. Its faculty has striven continuously to adapt its research and teaching methods to the challenges of a changing world environment. Nagoya University Programme for Academic exchange (NUPACE) is a short-term student exchange program, through which international students enrolled at any of Nagoya University’s partner institutions are given the opportunity to study in Japan for four to twelve months. Students selected to participate in the program from Roma Tre Law Department can take courses conducted in English offered at NU Law’s undergraduate program of the “Global 30” program and at the Graduate School of Law.