Sustainable Development


Hi Guys, was expecting some answers about environmental law, but maybe is better to open a dedicated topic: I am quiet undecided between attending a master in environmental law (my top choice would be UCL) and one in sustainable development, maybe with a strong focus on environment.
I found have one: in the UK, - Strathclyde, Dundee, SOAS, Queen's, UWE; in Italy, Milan; in the US, Pace and west Virginia. The English ones are more dedicated to environmental law - so they can be a good choice. Milan seems also focused on social studies- while the USA are too far for me... Does anybody have info on them? I mean, on the websites I found many good news about those programs, but I am not really able to distinguish between what is advertisement and what is substance...

[Edited by A.Consorteria on Feb 12, 2019]

Hi Guys, was expecting some answers about environmental law, but maybe is better to open a dedicated topic: I am quiet undecided between attending a master in environmental law (my top choice would be UCL) and one in sustainable development, maybe with a strong focus on environment.
I found have one: in the UK, - Strathclyde, Dundee, SOAS, Queen's, UWE; in Italy, Milan; in the US, Pace and west Virginia. The English ones are more dedicated to environmental law - so they can be a good choice. Milan seems also focused on social studies- while the USA are too far for me... Does anybody have info on them? I mean, on the websites I found many good news about those programs, but I am not really able to distinguish between what is advertisement and what is substance...
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teo
The master at unimi is totally useless: professors who do not speak English (just think to administrative law, simply a mess! apart from Sara Valaguzza and Stefano Parisi!).

organization very weak and, finally, who knows the professional perspective? 99% unempolyment rate for granted! (unles you already have a job...)

do not enroll!
The master at unimi is totally useless: professors who do not speak English (just think to administrative law, simply a mess! apart from Sara Valaguzza and Stefano Parisi!).

organization very weak and, finally, who knows the professional perspective? 99% unempolyment rate for granted! (unles you already have a job...)

do not enroll!
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O. Reign
The master at unimi is totally useless: professors who do not speak English (just think to administrative law, simply a mess! apart from Sara Valaguzza and Stefano Parisi!).

organization very weak and, finally, who knows the professional perspective? 99% unempolyment rate for granted! (unles you already have a job...)

do not enroll!

WOW! Was considering the program and was of the view that the Uni was supposed to respond to this kind of comment...
[quote]The master at unimi is totally useless: professors who do not speak English (just think to administrative law, simply a mess! apart from Sara Valaguzza and Stefano Parisi!).

organization very weak and, finally, who knows the professional perspective? 99% unempolyment rate for granted! (unles you already have a job...)

do not enroll![/quote]
WOW! Was considering the program and was of the view that the Uni was supposed to respond to this kind of comment...
quote
The master at unimi is totally useless: professors who do not speak English (just think to administrative law, simply a mess! apart from Sara Valaguzza and Stefano Parisi!).

organization very weak and, finally, who knows the professional perspective? 99% unempolyment rate for granted! (unles you already have a job...)

do not enroll!


ahahah, what a comment :) Unemployment? in 2016 nobody could have been hired, it was a brand new course, ahahahah, this is just called trolling, but thanks for the funny comment. I am proud of my final choice, and happy of my internship here in Milan...
[quote]The master at unimi is totally useless: professors who do not speak English (just think to administrative law, simply a mess! apart from Sara Valaguzza and Stefano Parisi!).

organization very weak and, finally, who knows the professional perspective? 99% unempolyment rate for granted! (unles you already have a job...)

do not enroll![/quote]

ahahah, what a comment :) Unemployment? in 2016 nobody could have been hired, it was a brand new course, ahahahah, this is just called trolling, but thanks for the funny comment. I am proud of my final choice, and happy of my internship here in Milan...
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Nadiap
Hello dear students
If somebody studies/ studied in this major at Milan University, please text me I need your help
Hello dear students
If somebody studies/ studied in this major at Milan University, please text me I need your help
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