Rome, Italy

International Trade and Food Law

when 7 July 2020 - 11 July 2020
language English
duration 1 week
credits 4 EC
fee EUR 1000

This course provides a deep knowledge of the agro-food relationship between the EU and its main commercial partners: the United States, Canada, China, and Japan.

Course leader

Prof. Moavero Milanesi

Target group

Bachelor's degree students

Course aim

During this course, students will learn about trade policies regarding agro-food products between the EU and important global markets, as well as how to adapt, implement and take advance of the strict relationship between the EU and the U.S., China and other important commercial partners. The course includes elements from national, international and European law, giving an overview of both civil and common law.

Fee info

EUR 1000: Fee includes:
- 1 week course

Fee does not include accomodation
EUR 450: Fee 2 is optional and includes:
- 1 week accomodation in single room

300 for accomodation in double room