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 orientation provide detailed information on the courses offered, the admissions process, and the University’s facilities and services.
The University’s orientation 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. To this end, meetings are set up for both LUISS students and those coming from other universities, to support them and help them choose the degree program that is right for them.
Orientation is designed to develop critical analysis skills, in order to make it easier for students to make informed choices about their courses of study. This is achieved through the involvement of the entire university community, a community united by a sense of pride and belonging.
LUISS Guido Carli’s mission is clear: to give aspiring students a university model that focuses on enhancing skills and merit. It is a place where they can grow, live, and dream, and where they can fully dedicate themselves to building their futures.
LUISS seeks to offer its students an educational approach based on high-quality instruction, to provide them with the most effective learning tools, and to help them skillfully and successfully meet the challenges presented by today’s job market.
It is a “relational” concept of a university, one based on the strength of social networks, on the philosophy that each individual student deserves attention, and on the enthusiasm of the entire community.
LUISS is an open place, where staff is available to provide information on teaching, on the admissions process, and on opportunities and services, where professors are on hand to elaborate on possible courses of study, and where graduates and students listen to each other and share their experiences.