LUMSA: an international University in the core of Rome, Italy

Founded in 1939, LUMSA University is the first public non-state italian university in Rome, Italy. It is also present in Palermo and Taranto and is today a point of reference in the national and international academic panorama.

The academic offer includes degree courses, post-graduate courses, 1 year professional masters, and PhDs in law, economics, ICT and social studies, in primary education, psychology, and communication sciences.

The student’s role is essential in the LUMSA’s tailor-made educational project, as it revolves around academic and human factors: this is a winning approach, highly appreciated by our over 9,000 students. It is not a case, in fact, that 96.8% of LUMSA’s graduates feel highly satisfied, according to an independent annual report (AlmaLaurea, 2021).

Within a large variety of academic subjects, mostly taught in Italian, LUMSA University offers some international-oriented courses taught in English: Management and finance – with two majors in Banking and finance for innovation and in Entrepreneurship and innovation for sustainability –, International relations, Marketing & digital communication, and Psychology of work and organizational well-being. All of them are 24-month programs structured as Laurea Magistrale, or Master’s Degree (120 ECTS), equivalent to EQF Level 7.

Management and finance is an international learning path in which functional and sectoral knowledge is integrated into the themes of innovation and sustainability, preparing graduates to take on managerial roles with full awareness of the economic, social and environmental challenges of the 21st century.

International relations is a course that gives graduates a multidisciplinary approach: this program intends to equip students with the essential elements to engage in decision-making and problem-solving activities in complex, changing contexts that are radically different from their own.

Marketing and digital communication provides a comprehensive study of fundamental marketing and communication theory, as well as practical skills, abilities and tools in crafting and providing content through both traditional and digital media.

Psychology of work and organizational well-being aims to train graduates with high theoretical-scientific and professional skills aimed at the management of human resources and workplace well-being, as well as the evaluation and planning of individual, group and network intervention in organizations.

Apply now at (till July 31, 2022) to enrol for the 2022-2023 academic year.

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