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The “Studying Law at Roma Tre” programme was launched over ten years ago thanks to a grant by the Ferdinando Peretti Foundation. Hundreds of students, from Roma Tre, from Erasmus partners and from other international universities have taken advantage of the opportunity.
All courses carry 7 ECTS credits (i.e., between 50 to 60 classroom hours), have a compulsory attendance policy, and are all highly engaging, to help improve students’ practical skills. Students who pass a 7-ECTS course may also be awarded an additional 4 ECTS in Legal English (lingua giuridica), a requirement for the Laurea Magistrale in Giurisprudenza. The Programme offers also a number of seminars, carrying 2 - 4 ECTS credits, and generally requiring 20 - 30 classroom hours. Methods used in the classrooms build on traditions developed over ten centuries of legal teaching in Italy (Bologna University Law School – the first in Europe – was founded in 1088), and enrich them with the most innovative methods from other legal traditions, including US legal education.