About the University of Florence
The Faculty of Law at the University of Florence is one of Italy’s most prestigious law faculties. The University of Florence is part of Italy’s national public university system. The Faculty of Law currently has 2500 students in its 4-year undergraduate law program. In addition to its large selection of law courses taught in Italian, it now offers a portfolio of law courses taught in English, making it possible for UM Law students to complete their semester with these courses.
Florence means “the city of flowers”. It remains one of Europe’s finest repositories of art and culture making it a rich historical resource for students who choose to study there.
Tuition and Housing
UM Law students will pay their regular tuition to UM, and pay no tuition to the University of Florence. Students will need to find housing off-campus.
Miami Law selects the two most qualified students to propose to Florence each academic year. Florence will make the final decision on admission. To apply, please send:
- A short letter (1-2 pages) stating the reasons for your interest
- A copy of one’s CV; and
- A copy of your unofficial law school transcript.
Application materials need to be received by March 1st for fall semester, and by October 1st for spring semester. Please send to Sandy Abraham, Executive Liaison, firstname.lastname@example.org.
For more Information:
Questions should be directed to Sandy Abraham, 305-284-4030, email@example.com