Many unique opportunities are available to Roma Tre law students, ranging from a quarter to a semester abroad, to earning a complete dual degree in the United States, Spain, or France. Each programme is described in detail at the links below.
Increasingly, our exchange partners are requesting that students verify their level of English with some form of formal English test, such as TOEFL, IELTS, or similar. Because these tests impose lengthy application processes and obtaining results may take up to several months, students are advised to apply for them well in advance of applying for the exchange programme that interests them.
INFO SESSION: STUDY IN THE USA 04/11/2021
Hello Roma Tre Heroes! We held a great info-session on Friday about studying law in the USA, at Nova Southeastern University (dual degree and semester abroad) and Cardozo Law School and University of Washington.
If you missed it, don't worry, you can watch the whole thing here: https://us02web.zoom.us/.../ySjWDBHOzzuK3qyTemE5ChRCyFwKw...
We start out with a guest appearance from Andrea Pontecorvi, (Thank You!) recent Nova-Roma Tre Dual Degree Graduate and member of the Florida Bar Association, iwith Q&A. We then discuss semester abroad opportunities and conclude with a power point presentation about the Dual Degree program at Nova and a Q&A session. It's long, but has all the essential information you need to know about how to expand your educational horizons to include a study abroad experience in the US. If that's your goal, watch it.
[Once you have been selected and accepted for an SL@R3 exchange programme, write an email to firstname.lastname@example.org to create your Learning Agreement]
- Nova Southeastern University
- University of Washington
- Cardozo Law School
- Shanghai International Studies University (SISU) Law School
- Nagoya University Graduate School of Law
In French and Spanish
- Doppio titolo italo-spagnolo
- Université de Poitiers