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Luiss Guido Carli Bachelor in Business Administration
Luiss Guido Carli

Bachelor in Business Administration

Rome, Italy

3 Years

English

Full time

31 May 2024

Sep 2024

EUR 12,300 / per year *

On-Campus

* Luiss Tuition Fee is to be paid in three installments

Introduction

Program Insight

BA offers a diverse range of knowledge and skills to cultivate managers who excel in leading teams within global contexts. Throughout their academic journey, students will be immersed in a dynamic and intellectually stimulating environment characterised by lectures with top academics and industry professionals, Alumni testimonials, and the enquiry-based educational approach which has students actively involved in laboratories, project works with companies, simulations and games that culminate in a “Grand Challenge”. Highly interdisciplinary, the Programme provides a strong foundation in management, economics, law, quantitative analysis and IT disciplines and is further complemented by data analysis and programming workshops as well as a Humanities course of the student’s choosing.

Study Plan

The first two years are intended to offer students enrolled in the BSc in Business Administration a broad and solid training in basic subjects: management, economics, mathematics and statistics, law, and IT. The characterizing activities include the study of courses in accounting, marketing, strategies and finance, macroeconomics and industrial economics, quantitative subjects applied to data analysis, and European Law and intellectual property. In the third year, students will be able to focus their studies on a specific topic of interest. The course includes a series of workshops and design activities aimed at providing students with the application skills of the concepts and notions provided by the different courses and necessary for solid managerial training.

GAP Activities are highly interactive intensive courses that students will undertake at the end of the first and second semesters of each academic year. In January and June/ July of the first year, students will be enrolled in Coding in Action Lab Module II and Module II respectively. In January of the second year, students will be enrolled in Distinctive Employability Skills Lab and will be able to do an Internship or Project Work at the end of the second year. The third-year GAP Activities will be in Humanities.

International Opportunities

The degree program offers the possibility of obtaining a triple degree carried out jointly with the George Washington University of Washington (USA) and Renmin of Beijing (RPC) which will allow students to spend a period in these universities and obtain, at the end of the course of studies, a trilateral joint degree. Furthermore, students can participate in the Erasmus call, and exams taken abroad can also be recognized as part of the Semester free mover and Summer School programs.

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