Students who wish to transfer to Luiss Guido Carli must submit the form to the Student Office between July 1 and September 6, 2019 (available online or from the Student Office). This preliminary application must be accompanied by a degree certificate showing the exams passed, the credits awarded for each such exam and the syllabi of the individual courses.
It is necessary to read the Rules for University Enrolment by Foreign Students (Norme per l’accesso degli studenti stranieri ai corsi universitari) for students that have secondary school Diploma awarded abroad or awarded by foreign schools operating in Italy.
Requirements for the Department of Economics and Political Science
Students from another university may transfer into the second year of a bachelor's degree program provided that they have earned at least 24 credits as per the rules of the academic program that they wish to transfer to and have a weighted grade point average of 27/30. Should they not have enough credits, the department board may assess the suitability of the programs and request that an additional exam be passed, whose content will be determined on a case-by-case basis with the professor holding the chair in the subject concerned.
It is also possible for students coming from courses taught in a language other than English to transfer into the second year of a bachelor’s degree program held in English as long as they fulfill the following requirements:
- proven proficiency in English (C1 level);
- weighted grade point average of at least 27/30.
Students doing a course within the prescribed timeframe may transfer into the third year of a bachelor's degree program provided that they have earned at least 90 credits (excluding those associated with traineeships and other activities) as per the rules of the academic program that they wish to transfer to and have a weighted grade point average of 27/30.
The Student Office will inform students of the outcome of their applications.
Changing from the old four-year to the new three-year bachelor's degree program
The department board decides on a case-by-case basis whether or not a student can opt for the new three-year bachelor's degree program, irrespective of their year of enrollment in the old four-year bachelor's degree program. In doing so, the board will establish the year of enrollment and the number of credits to be recognized while maintaining consistency with the educational goals set out in the related academic programs.