What are my real talents, my skills, my passions? What if I don’t know what I want to study? What if I don’t know what I want to be when I grow up? We’ll help you ask yourself the right questions, and together we’ll search for the kinds of answers that will lead to an informed decision.
As they finish high school, young people are asked to make a very important decision regarding their academic future. The range of alternatives to choose from both enriches and complicates the decision-making process. Many young people find it difficult to navigate among their passions, their motivations, their attitudes, their skills and their opportunities for personal fulfillment.
The service aims to provide support to young people in high school, helping them to develop their decision-making skills and to make informed choices about the direction of their studies. Counseling can therefore help young people lay the foundations for a rich and satisfying course of study. It can also significantly reduce the risk that they will have second thoughts or regrets about the choice they have made.
Young people can also share, with a professional and/or in a group of peers, the fears that they may have about changing cities and being away from their families. Counseling can also give young people practical information on the network of people and structures in place to welcome them in their new lives.
Who is eligible
High school students or young people who have already graduated from high school.
- On-campus individual or group guidance counseling (with other students or with family members)
- Online guidance counseling, via Skype or telephone, for students who are off campus or who are unable to get to one of the LUISS Guido Carli campuses
How to get counseling
Counseling, either on campus or online, can be reserved using the following form: