Students coming from other universities who have transferred to LUISS will need to be added to the language groups.
Students are put into groups after taking tests designed to ascertain the language proficiency level of each student.
The University Language Center receives the names of entering students from the Registrar’s Office and summons them on dates specifically designated for taking the test.
The dates of the test are established each year and published online.
Even students that do not have any language skills will be required to show up to the tests on the agreed-upon days and times.
The day of the test, students will be asked to provide any external certifications they may have that attest to their language level. The instructors will take a look at these certifications and then give them back right away.
Failure to show up to the test will automatically result in late entrance into the language groups.