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|About||Behind the walls of the ancient Republic of Genoa, a post-graduate study programme was conceived for an era when many in the world aspire to Global Rule of Law and Constitutional Democracy ...|
We offer twenty-eight courses in this program, all connected to legal, political and ethical issues of an era when many in the world aspire to global rule of law and constitutional democracy. Eight of these courses are compulsory. Twenty of them are optional and every student must pick ten.
Due to the high qualification of our teaching faculty, the program provides its students with a unique opportunity for technical training, cultural experience, and intellectual development on the key subjects for the establishment and maintainance of morally decent societies.
With 39 professors and 6 tutors in the program, our student-teacher ratio is less than 1 : 1. We put particular efforts to design a study environment promoting critical thinking and analysis.
This is why each residential course is given by two or three professors having different standpoints on the subject matter. They often expose and explore it together and are always present in the class to intervene in a debate or to spark one.
On-line courses are a complement to that part. They provide our students with an excellent opportunity to gain mastery of writing skills through forum interventions and a number of short papers. While these are based on guided reading assignments, individual professorial feedback enhances clear, concise and to the point communication of student's personal opinion, observation and critiques.
Every student is, moreover, followed by a tutor who can give additional advice and help in the individual study process. By July, our students are thus well prepared to draft a master thesis on an individual research project connected to the program and supervised by some of the best international experts in the field.
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