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LLM Programme in Comparative, European and International Laws

Programme Start Date





Villa Salviati

Application opening date:
01/11/2022  [Add to calendar] 2022-11-01 2022-11-01 Europe/Paris LLM Programme in Comparative, European and International Laws - European University Institute Florence, Italy YYYY-MM-DD

Application deadline:
31/01/2023 14:00 CET

Faculty areas of supervision

Prospective applicants should look closely at the research interests specified by the professors in their personal Web pages. These will provide the clearest idea of the kinds of research topics that are supervised at the EUI. It should not be assumed that the interests listed are the only topics those professors will supervise, but they should serve as a useful guide. Specific research interests of the professors who are available to supervise new researchers are set out below.

In the application form you are asked to list the names of potential supervisors for your research. Faculty members will then become aware that you consider them as potential supervisors. However, you should not contact them and ask them for advice, as this could undermine the competitiveness and fairness of our selection procedure.


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Ongoing Recruitment

  • Chair in Law and Social Europe
  • Chair in Public International Law
  • Chair in Law, with interests in regulatory theory and regulatory institutions

The names of the appointed professor will be published once the relevant recruitment procedure will be finalised.

Recent Appointments

  • Grainne de Burca (as of 1 September 2023), Chair in Constitutional Law. Research Themes: European Union constitutional law; Human rights law; Comparative public law; International organizations.
  • Sergio Puig (as of 1 October 2023), Joint Chair RSCAS/LAW Department in International Economic Law. Research Themes: International Investment Law; International Trade Law; Business and Human Rights; International Economic Law; Empirical Legal Studies; International Rights of Indigenous Peoples; Law and Development.


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