The 11th of July saw the start of Studying Law in Rome, the Rome Business School’s summer course.
This course was designed based upon the educational needs of two groups of students from the Al Faraby University of Kazakhstan, which offers its best students the opportunity to study abroad for a period through scholarships. The subjects taught during the course were Civil Law, Constitutional Law, Roman Law and European Law.
The course combined its excellent learning offering with a cultural tour valorising Rome’s millennial cultural heritage. In particular, the students had the opportunity to visit the Colosseum, the Roman Forum, the Palatine, the world famous Vatican Museums and the Sistine Chapel, accompanied by the expert comment of a cultural guide.
There were also convivial moments which were experienced with joy and with a particular focus upon cultural exchange. An aperitif in the Rome Business School style, to celebrate the end of this journey but also of the academic year with the faculty and students.