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Even two weeks at the EUI are enough to appreciate the historical impact of the research produced at Villa Salviati, while studying crosscutting issues of EU law, exchanging opinions with scholars and practitioners from all over Europe and reflecting upon the interplay of law and technology in a truly interdisciplinary environment that encourages independent thinking. The courses are intense, well organised and very interactive, and I would definitely recommend them to all advanced scholars who wish to broaden their knowledge with a complete overview of recent developments in their field”.

Angeliki Tsanta, Diploma in The Law of the European Union 2019, LL.M. from London School of Economics & Political Science.

Angeliki Tsanta-Diploma 2019


Attending the 2019 European University Institute summer course in Human rights was an incredibly rewarding experience. The dynamic created by the programme was both intellectually and socially fulfilling!

Charles Culioli Paoli, Diploma in Human Rights Law 2019, graduated from Sciences Po Paris and UC Berkeley.



Charles Culioli Paoli-Diploma 2019

“There are no words to express how rewarding and enriching the EUI summer course on Human Rights Law has been for me. The courses have exposed me to new issues and perspectives on human rights law, and the exchanges and debates with the faculty and the other participants have been incredibly stimulating and interesting. The location, Villa Salviati, is just the cherry on the top of these two amazing weeks!”

Stefania Di Stefano, Diploma in Human Rights Law 2019, PhD candidate in International Law at the Graduate Institute of International and Development Studies, Geneva. 

Stefania Di Stefano-Diploma 2019


"To take part in the HR Summer Course at the EUI was among my best decisions in 2019. In the beautifully situated Villa Salviati the participants can benefit from an intellectually stimulating programme taught by some of the best scholars in the field. After two weeks, I left Florence not only with memories of warm summer evenings spent in some of the city’s great piazze, but also full of academic vigour and newly discovered legal horizons."

Lukas B. Wieser, Diploma in Human Rights Law 2019, Research Assistant in public and EU law at the Faculty of Law of the Sigmund Freud University Vienna and PhD candidate at the University of Vienna, specializing in public economic law.



Lukas B. Wieser-Diploma 2019





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