Last places to participate in the UniTo Master's in agri-food market law

There are still some places available to participate in the II Level University Master's Degree in agri-food market law, organized by the Department of Law of the University of Turin and proposed by Prof. Roberto Cavallo Perin, Full Professor of Administrative Law at the Department of Law of the University of Turin.

Master in agri-food market law, the objective

The objective of the master's degree is to train legal experts and professional operators in the field of agricultural law, food safety, production and marketing of food and drinks, in order to respond to the request coming from businesses and trade associations, service companies, public administration, healthcare companies and professional legal firms.

The master is aimed both at experts already operating in the agri-food sector and in related sectors who require continuous and specific high-level training in a constantly evolving discipline (veterinarians, ASL managers, those in charge of safety checks, legal experts in food companies, etc. ) and to recent graduates who intend to acquire a professionalism in the agri-food sector.

For admission it is necessary to have a master's/specialist degree or a five-year single-cycle degree. Up to 50 students are admitted, selected on the basis of their curriculum vitae (degree grade, thesis completed, experiences similar to the Master's degree) and motivational letter.

The didactic plan

The master's degree in agri-food market law it is annual and is characterized by a strong multidisciplinarity of contents in order to provide students with different curricular backgrounds with the skills necessary to operate in a constantly evolving market.

The Scientific Committee and the teachers are experts from the University of Turin and from the world of work. Among these, we highlight Dr. Claudio Biglia, director of the Turin ASL, and our lawyer Dario Dongo.

The didactic plan integrates academic lessons with alternative forms of teaching and moments of practical reflection and is divided into four modules:

– Agricultural law,

– Domestic and international food markets,

- Food safety,

– Individual food supply chains.

The master it is held from 14 March 2024 to 7 February 2025. Lessons are online on Thursday and Friday afternoons from 16.30pm to 19.30pm and on Saturday mornings for supplementary activities and educational visits. The lessons are recorded and made available to those registered.

The title released

The Diploma Second level University Master's degree from the University of Turin is awarded following attendance of the classroom training course (at least 2/3 of the total hours required), passing ongoing tests and discussion of the final thesis.

How to sign up

The registrations they are open from 9am on 12 March to 15pm on 20 March 2024.

The cost is 3.300 euros, to be paid in several installments. The master obtained 3 scholarships for public administration employees from the INPS call.

For information, a website (, an email ( and a telephone number (011/63.99.254) are available.

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