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LUISS Guido Carli


Pre-enrollment for 2018-2019

In order to pre-enroll at LUISS Guido Carli by November 8, 2017, students who have passed the admission test for the bachelor’s degree and single-cycle master’s degree for 2018-2019 during Summer School 2017 must:

  • Access the reserved area of the Web Self Service with the username and password sent out via email and SMS. It is possible to retrieve a lost or forgotten username or password.
  • After you log in and change your password, go to the menu on the left and click on Enrollment/Registration prior to receiving a degree/Summer School, then fill out the pre-enrollment form and print out the Mav payment slip.
  • Students must then upload a passport-sized photo, which must be taken in full-face view and must reflect the student’s appearance. The procedure cannot be completed without uploading the photo, which will be used for the students Web Self Service account and the LUISS App.
  • When filling out the form, students must choose the degree program they intend to register for. This choice is binding and cannot be changed. Please note that those who have passed the test in English can choose either an Italian degree program or an English one. Those who have passed the test in Italian can only select from degree programs offered in Italian.
  • Pay the first installment of tuition for 2018-2019, amounting to €3,500.00 (students must use the Mav payment slip, which can be printed out after the pre-enrollment procedure is completed).

Those admitted who do not wish to pre-enroll must communicate this in writing by sending an email to

Enrollment must be completed at the same time as the regional tax and the duty stamp are paid, during the enrollment period for 2018-2019 (from the second half of June until July 25, 2019) in accordance with the procedures and deadlines that will be published on the web site.

Enrollment is be subject to graduation from secondary school.

It should be borne in mind that pursuant to Ministry of Education, Universities and Research (MIUR) regulations, qualifications awarded abroad grant access to an Italian university only if they:

  • have been awarded by schools officially recognized by the foreign country's education system
  • entitle the student to enrol in universities of the country that awarded them
  • have been awarded on completion of a minimum of 12 years of overall schooling (primary and secondary education)

Qualifications awarded by foreign schools operating in Italy will be considered valid only if they are recognized and approved by the Ministerial Decree that regulates their curricula.

It should also be noted that to meet the enrolment requirements:

Students holding a US High School Diploma must also either:

  • have successfully completed two years of college/university education (and be admitted to the third year)
  • have successfully completed one year of college education (and be admitted to the second year) and have earned at least 4 US Advanced Placements (APs)
  • have earned at least three US Advanced Placements (APs) with a score of between 3 and 5, in subjects relating to the university program applied for and one of which must necessarily be in Italian if required by the rules
  • have been awarded the Italian school leaving qualification
  • have been granted equivalence in Italy

Students holding British GCEs must have obtained 6 passes in different subjects, at least 3 of which must be A levels.

For further information regarding qualifications, it is advisable to read the Rules for University Enrolment by Foreign Students (norme per l’accesso degli studenti stranieri ai corsi universitari) and to contact the local Italian diplomatic authorities in the country whose school system awards the qualification.

To learn more about converting foreign degrees, contact CIMEA.