|For:||Penultimate year of high school|
|Objective:||Help students choose a degree program through lessons on Economics, Law, Political Science, Medicine and Engineering|
|Language:||Italian and English (see calendar for dates)|
|Luiss early admission:||Preparation for entrance exams to all degree programs. The early admission test is only available for students entering their final year of high school.|
The Orientation Summer School is designed for students entering their final year of high school, giving them the opportunity to attend lessons with Luiss professors in Economics, Law and Political Science, as well as lessons from courses not available at Luiss , such as Medicine, Engineering and other scientific fields.
In addition to attending lessons, students participate in lessons in preparation for university admissions exams. In the evening, students rooming in Luiss student residences also participate in recreational and social activities in the Luiss world.
The week of activities comes to an end on Friday, giving students entering their final year of high school the chance to take the Luiss early admission test.
During some weeks, the Orientation Summer School is offered entirely in English, including both the academic lessons and test preparation. During English weeks, however, lessons are only focused on degree programs offered at Luiss.
All students that pass the early admission test and graduate from high school with a high exit exam score can participate in Progetto 9000, an initiative reserved for participants in Orientation Summer School. Winners of the Progetto 9000 scholarship are exempt from tuition for their first year at Luiss. If students maintain a grade point average of 28/30, the scholarship will continue throughout the student's academic career.