The Rome Masters Scholarship in Economics (RoME) at LUISS University
Ranked #1 in Italy – Sole24Ore university ranking 2017 –, LUISS University provides a diverse learning environment that weaves academic rigour with practical relevance. Each program combines a distinctive set of disciplines and adopts a truly innovative teaching approach to enable you to develop yourself and your way forward.
You will be exposed to lectures and seminars of world-renowned faculty to develop an interdisciplinary approach;you will engage with corporate leaders and thought professionals to know how to solve real world problems; you will study and work with high-flying students to tackle business and societal challenges.
LUISS University is the perfect place to kick-start your international careers in entrepreneurship, business, finance, and international organisations.
The Rome Masters in Economics (RoME) is a challenging, two-year graduate major, designed for a small group of highly selected students with great drive and potential.
It gives them the tools to begin pursuing high quality independent research.
Applications are open from October 2017 to May 2018 to students living abroad and who will obtain their degree aboard and to non-Italian students who will obtain a foreign degree in Italy.
LUISS Master’s degree programs are open to graduate students of all nationalities with little or no professional experience, hold at least a three-year Bachelor’s degree, and have obtained 180 ECTS in accordance with the admission requirements (see below).
For more information about admission requirements, please check the dedicated page on the LUISS web site.
Italian language proficiency is not an admission criterion.
- GMAT or GRE certificate
- Current university registration certificate + transcript of records
- Secondary school diploma
- Curriculum vitae
- Motivation letter
- Letter of reference from a lecturer
- TOEFL/IELTS/Cambridge (optional).
FULL-TUITION SCHOLARSHIPS (GMAT AND GRE)
LUISS reserves full-tuition scholarships to students who obtain a GMAT score of at least 710 or a GRE score of at least 160 (in the verbal and quantitative sections) and who are interested in applying to the following Master’s programs:
- Master’s program in Management
- Master’s program in Marketing
- Master’s program in Corporate Finance
- Master’s program in Finance
- Master’s program in Economics
- Master’s program in International Relations
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