11 Best Human Rights Law schools in Italy

Below is the list of best universities in Italy ranked based on their research performance in Human Rights Law. A graph of 5.56K citations received by 1.33K academic papers made by 11 universities in Italy was used to calculate publications' ratings, which then were adjusted for release dates and added to final scores.

We don't distinguish between undergraduate and graduate programs nor do we adjust for current majors offered. You can find information about granted degrees on a university page but always double-check with the university website.

For Human Rights Law

#1 in Italy
#60 in Europe
#159 in the World
Acceptance Rate
55%
Enrollment
79,999
Founded
1088

For Human Rights Law

#2 in Italy
#87 in Europe
#228 in the World
Enrollment
100,155
Founded
1303

For Human Rights Law

#3 in Italy
#105 in Europe
#270 in the World
Acceptance Rate
55%
Enrollment
16,239
Founded
1962

For Human Rights Law

#4 in Italy
#110 in Europe
#280 in the World
Enrollment
65,234
Founded
1924

For Human Rights Law

#5 in Italy
#113 in Europe
#286 in the World
Acceptance Rate
25%
Enrollment
1,500
Founded
1987

For Human Rights Law

#6 in Italy
#127 in Europe
#316 in the World
Enrollment
27,500
Founded
1117

For Human Rights Law

#7 in Italy
#130 in Europe
#321 in the World
Enrollment
62,876
Founded
1222

For Human Rights Law

#8 in Italy
#144 in Europe
#358 in the World
Acceptance Rate
38%
Enrollment
12,500
Founded
1902

For Human Rights Law

#9 in Italy
#155 in Europe
#383 in the World
Acceptance Rate
25%
Enrollment
42,500
Founded
1434

For Human Rights Law

#10 in Italy
#177 in Europe
#446 in the World
Acceptance Rate
25%
Enrollment
49,108
Founded
1343

For Human Rights Law

#11 in Italy
#183 in Europe
#465 in the World
Enrollment
45,000
Founded
1404

The best cities to study Human Rights Law in Italy based on the number of universities and their ranks are Bologna, Rome, Trento, and Milan.