Several scholarships are awarded to international students every year. Luiss University awards merit-based scholarships to talented bachelor’s and master’s students based on the overall assessment of applications. Scholarships are offered by the admission board upon admission to the most outstanding candidates.
For the 2020/2021 academic year, Luiss will award the following scholarships to International Students:
– Scholarship for Ethical Standars in Finance
– Scholarship for Finance
– Scholarship in Sustainable Economy Studies
– Scholarship for Marketing
– Scholarship for Management
– Scholarship for Corporate Finance
– Scholarship for International Affairs
– Scholarship for European Affairs
– Scholarship for Innovation
– Luiss IB Honors Program Scholarship
– Italians in the US Scholarship
– Italians in Latin America Scholarship
ENI scholarships for international students from Angola, Mozambico, Ghana,Congo, Ivory Coast, Nigeria.
Scholarships cover travel expenses, tuition fees, board and lodging for one academic year and can be renewed for the following years on the basis of academic performance.
Scholarships are available for students admitted to a Luiss master’s or bachelor’s program taught in English for the 2020/2021 academic year. Applications must be received by June 4.
Students are not required to send or upload additional documents. They must simply apply for one of Luiss programs here.
The International Training Program, a collaboration between Luiss University and Leonardo Group, trains future country managers in target nations while providing them with the highest academic standards. The program is dedicated to students from Argentina and Brazil. ITP allows 2 students to attend the Luiss master’s degree program in Management with a scholarship to cover the total amount of the tuition fees, room and board.
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Luiss University of Rome is a private Italian university, recognized by the Italian Ministry of Education.
Luiss Guido Carli has its origins in an earlier Roman institution: Pro Deo University, founded in 1966.