The programme of the Master of Science in European Economy and Business Law endeavours to foster students’ academic, professional and personal growth, hence it includes the requirement for students to earn 6 credits (ECTS) through the completion of an extra activity that can further enrich their academic experience and additionally prepare students for their future in professional spheres. The available activities are of diverse nature in order to provide students with an adequate range of projects and interests from which they can choose.
Students must choose from one of the following activities:
An internship is a unique opportunity afforded to EEBL student through special agreements with international institutions. Information about the procedure to obtain credits for internships is explained here. For more detailed information contact email@example.com. Students can find current Internship opportunities here.
A 150-hour internship at the Department of Economics and Finance of the University of Rome Tor Vergata.
An internationally recognised language certificate at B2 level or above (in accordance with the Common European Framework of Reference for Languages - CEFR). Credit will not be given for language proficency certificates in English or in the student's native language.
An attending and passing the final exam for a language course offered by the University of Rome Tor Vergata.
An attending a cycle of seminars or workshops offered by the Department of Economics and Finance and passing the exam prepared by the event's coordinating professor.
Please note that all the above-mentioned activities must be completed during the two years of the MSc programme.
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