For students in bachelor's degree, master's or single-cycle degree programs, summer schools are a good way to reinforce the skills and knowledge acquired during the year while living in another country, learning about another culture and speaking another language. In addition, students can apply the credits they earn for these courses to their LUISS study plan.
Credits for summer abroad program courses proposed by students
Starting in 2016, students enrolled in bachelor's, master's and single-cycle degree programs that participate in summer abroad programs may request credits for coursework. To be considered, the summer course must be equivalent to a course listed in the student's study plan, including the number of credits offered and the final exam.
Student Exchange Office
T: 06 85225642/5389
Summer Schools offered by LUISS
The eight-week Stanford Summer Term offers bachelor's degree students a variety of courses in Economics and Political Science, to be taken at the Stanford campus, located near Silicon Valley and San Francisco, California.
The Fordham Law Summer Institute is a three-week program aimed at students pursuing a single-cycle master's degree in Law. Students will have the opportunity to take courses for credit at Fordham and visit a New York law firm and a federal court. The campus is located on the Upper West Side of Manhattan, near Lincoln Center and Central Park.
International Development Office
T: 06 85225511