LUISS Guido Carli

Admissions

LUISS Guido Carli is committed to enrolling outstanding students of talent and high potential who come from throughout Italy and the world. 

LUISS students stand out for their academic excellence, as admission to the university is merit-based, competitive and highly selective.

Admissions and prospective students

Undergraduate admissions

LUISS Guido Carli selects its students carefully so that it can offer them efficient, effective services and optimal conditions to further their studies, thus ensuring their personal and professional growth. Students are at the heart of our University and each of them is given individual, professional attention.

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Graduate admissions

Going to LUISS means interacting with highly qualified lecturers from all over the world, who come from the business world as well as the academic world. It means being able to choose from several modern, diversified academic programs offered in Italian or English, which are supplemented by additional educational activities that will prepare you for the world of work. In addition, you will also have the opportunity to spend time studying and doing internships abroad, thanks to the Placement Office which, relying on its solid network of relationships with companies, supports students until they find a job.

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Prospective students

LUISS Guido Carli offers a range of activities aimed at high school students who intend to enroll in a three-year bachelor’s degree program, along with their families. The professors in charge of these activities provide detailed information on the courses offered, the admissions process, and the university’s facilities and services.

These activities are also directed at all first-level graduates and degree candidates who have decided to continue their studies and earn a master’s degree.

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LUISS Summer Schools

LUISS Summer Schools are aimed at students of secondary school 16 to 19 years old to support them in choosing the proper study path after getting the high school diploma.

Lessons held both in Italian and English, group works and a special training for admission tests are part of the orientation weeks organized by the University.

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LUISS in numbers

332
The number of students who spend a semester studying abroad
78%
Percentage of employed alumni, a year after graduation
Average time to graduate with a bachelor's degree (in years)
3,3 LUISS
5,1 National