Frequently Asked Questions
LLM in European Business and Social Law
Do I need a law degree to apply?
No. We accept applications also from applicants that have a non-law background.
I finished up my Bachelor Degree in Law, which is held completely in English. Is this enough proof of my English proficiency?
Yes. In the application system under the section for language requirements you should upload your university degree as proof of your English level.
I am an English native speaker. How do I prove my English proficiency?
Upload a copy of your passport or ID in the language requirements section.
What does it mean applications can be submitted by candidates who “completed or are completing their first level university studies (obtaining their Degree within 90 days of the beginning of teaching activities)"?
At some universities, graduation ceremonies take place in the autumn/winter. This is typically the last step as part of the university degree at which the diplomas are awarded. If this is your case, we will admit you upon the condition that you complete your degree within 90 days of the start of the LLM. The program starts in the beginning of September.
Do you need a letter of recommendation?
Which certificates or tests are acceptable for a "proven" B2 fluency in English?
Please consult this page for a table of the accepted certificates and the respective grades.
In light of the current COVID-19 pandemic, what are the modalities of teaching?
Bocconi has to follow all national measures related to the pandemic. Provided that the national measures allow it, teaching is all in presence on campus.
In light of the current COVID-19 pandemic, is the campus and the library open?
Yes, the campus and the library have always remained open and accessible to students.
Are all courses of this program entirely taught in English, or are there courses held in Italian?
All courses are in English.
I intend to move to Milano, does Bocconi offer housing opportunities?
Please consult here.
Are GMAT and GRE tests are necessary for admission to the LLM in European Business and Social Law?
How do I know which courses are best suited for my profile?
In July/August before the program starts the LLM Director and the Coordinator have individual calls with each LLM candidate to help them tailor their individual study plan according to their background, but also according to their individual career path.