Our call for applications for the 2020/2021 a.y. expired on June 30, however next year’s selection process will be online after the summer break.
Check out our website for updates on the 2021/2022 call for applications!
Students who obtain their secondary school leaving qualification and/or bachelor’s degree abroad and wish to enroll in bachelor’s and master’s degree programs may submit their applications according to the procedure below.
The selection process will be held between 21 October 2019 and 30 June 2020, split into the following rounds:
|Call for applications||Deadline||Outcome|
|Round 1||21 October 2019||22 November 2019||Rolling|
|Round 2||23 November 2019||14 February 2020||Rolling|
|Round 3||15 February 2020||30 June 2020||Rolling|
Documents or information required to complete the online application process:
– academic transcript showing the studies completed to date and associated grades (grade point average)
– details of the teacher chosen to provide a reference letter (including an e-mail address; upon submission of the application, the educator will receive a request to send the reference letter)
– other optional certification (for example, SAT, ACT, GMAT or GRE)
– a short motivation letter (maximum 2,400 characters spaces included).
Candidates participating in a specific project or scholarship program (for example, Sub-Saharan Africa Project or Luiss IB Honors Program) are requested to specify that fact in the motivation letter.
Eligible candidates will be examined by a special admissions commission, which – at its absolute discretion – will draw up a ranking taking into account candidates’ academic record, motivation for applying for the degree program, age, International Qualifications scores (if any).
Candidates will be conditionally admitted at first, and fully admitted solely upon receipt of the original documentation, the statement of equivalent value. If you’re a non-EU student, you can contact firstname.lastname@example.org for more information about the Visa and to ask for a letter for your Visa request.
Luiss gives the most deserving students who will earn an IB Diploma abroad in the academic year 2019/2020 the opportunity to participate in a dedicated selection process.
In fact, those students will be granted direct admission at Luiss to bachelor’s degree programs held in English for the 2020/2021 academic year, subject to fulfilling the following requirements:
Candidates from schools participating in the IB Honors Program may compete for a Luiss IB Honors Scholarship, which grants an exemption from tuition fees for the 2020/2021 academic year.
Update on GMAT and GRE – online version
Students interested in our Master’s Degree courses who wish to sit GMAT or GRE tests may find more information on the online version of the tests here:
Please read carefully test rules and instructions to send your score to Luiss.