Dating back to 1222, the University of Padova is one of Europe’s oldest and most prestigious seats of learning. The University of Padova offers its 60,000 students, 32 departments, 33 doctoral degree courses, 2 international doctoral degree courses, 4 Erasmus Mundus action 1 and 44 research and service centres across the spectrum of sciences, medicine, social sciences and humanities, with about 2,300 professors and researchers employed. The Department of Political Science, Law and International Studies of the University of Padova is the result of the union of the Departments of Comparative Law, International Studies, and Historical and Political Studies, and a group of professors from the Department of Sociology. The main fields of studies are law, philosophy, languages, political science, sociology and history. The Department is founded on the substantial scientific and educational legacy inherited from the Faculty of Political Sciences.

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