-The Politics, Philosophy, and Economics bachelor’s degree program prepares students for a truly international career from day one of their college education. Students will gain a wide understanding of and exposure to various disciplines, from history and law, to political science, sociology, economics, statistics, methodology, always looking on their impact on today societies.
The first two years are intended to offer a broad and solid knowledge of the different historical, philosophical, economic, legal, sociological areas. In the third year, students have the opportunity to choose three elective courses, thus giving greater flexibility and specialization to their academic path. Throughout their academic career, students will have the possibility to attend key workshops on data analysis and computer skills, soft-skills seminars, along with internships and different possibilities to study abroad.
At the end of the three-year degree program, graduates in Politics, Philosophy and Economics have improved their knowledge, both written and oral, of the English language and of at least one other foreign language (chosen from Arabic, Chinese, French, Portuguese, Spanish, German and Russian). Furthermore, students will be asked to attend an academic-specialist language skills course taught by Luiss teachers and concluded with an exam.
-The Politics, Philosophy and Economics program aims both at providing excellent basic skills to be able to access the most prestigious master's degree programs worldwide, as well as at favoring an effective access into the job market. Professional opportunities stand especially within international organizations, public authorities, regulatory agencies at national, EU and international level, public administration and public affairs offices, large companies and consulting firms, non-governmental and non-profit organizations, think-tanks and lobbies, embassies and communications departments as the interface between public and private entities.
- Certificate showing the studies completed to date (updated transcript of records or, if not available, provisional transcript) and associated grades;
- English language Certificate