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More than 23,000 graduates all over the world are part of the LUISS alumni international community. Being part of the LUISS network means belonging to a global network that develops projects and synergies among graduates.

It offers real-time contact with other alumni and with the university, allowing you to stay up-to-date professionally, enrich your career and access exclusive services.

Connect, learn, succeed, inspire


The LUISS Alumni Network is an international community full of acquaintances, professional relationships and opportunities.

Are you a LUISS graduate? Would you like to keep in contact with your classmates or university friends? Discover the latest news and opportunities in the world of LUISS or participate in networking events and training programs.

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Staying in contact with LUISS means being able to access a wide range of events, seminars, continuing education courses and postgraduate programs.

LUISS postgraduate programs include first- and second-level master’s degrees, offered in conjunction with the LUISS schools (the School of Business, the School of Government, and the School of European Political Economy) as well as with other universities, along with advanced training courses and preparation courses for the state examinations to become a certified accountant or professional journalist.

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Students who come to LUISS are investing in their future. The university’s Career Services area supports current students and alumni in the decisions they need to make about their careers. Internships, help with CV preparation, and tips regarding job interviews are just some of the services that are provided to graduates.

The close relationship LUISS has with the business world not only enriches the university’s academics, but also gives students the kind of insights that will allow them to pursue a successful career at the end of their studies.

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Joining the LUISS network of alumni is a great way to compare work experiences with colleagues and inspire students from similar degree courses.

Within the network, professionals that have already made the transition from the university to the working world power the Mentoring Program to promote a virtuous circle in which hard work, expertise and character are the building blocks for a graduate’s future.

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