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Gian Maria Farnelli

Associate Professor

Department of Legal Studies

Academic discipline: IUS/13 International Law

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Thesis in International Law

Students are requested to apply for the thesis at least 7 months before the scheduled date of discussion.
A prerequisite for applying for a thesis in International Law is to have a weighted average of at least 28/30 and to have obtained a mark of at least 29/30 in the International Law examination.
The topic of the thesis is to be agreed with the supervisor. Students are requested to submit two thesis proposals of a maximum of 500 words each accompanied by an adequate bibliography (at least 15 bibliographical entries).
Once the topic has been agreed upon, a tutor will be assigned. The tutor will work alongside the supervisor. The student will communicate with the tutor by e-mail, or during scheduled appointments.
In order to facilitate the correction of each chapter and of the entire thesis, it will be the student's diligence to respect the deadlines indicated by the tutor and to hand in each chapter to the supervisor and tutor.
Please also refer to the Guidelines for the correct preparation of a thesis in International Law.