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Seminars 2013-2014

The 4 credits of “Other activities” required by the study plan for students in master’s degree programs can be earned by attending a series of seminars.

This choice is an alternative to the other options for earning the 4 credits for “Other activities” (such as Business English, etc.).

Those who choose a seminar series will have to attend one of the ones listed below:

List of seminars offered in 2013-2014

Please note: All attachments are in Italian

Students enrolled in the bachelor's degree program in Economics and Business

I semester

II semester

Students enrolled in the master's degree program in Economics and Finance or Financial Economics

I semester

  • Algorithmic Trading
    Prof. Emilio Barone
    Classes: Saturdays 2:00 p.m. - 5:00 p.m., Viale Pola
  • Rotman Trading LAB
    Prof. Emilio Barone
    Classes: Saturdays 10:00 a.m. - 1:00 p.m., Viale Romania (See calendar)
    Enrollment is now closed (the maximum number of students has been reached) 

II semester

How to participate

Deadlines for registering for seminars are as follows:

  • July 1-20, 2013 for seminar series that will take place in the first semester (first time slot)
  • September 12-20, 2013 for seminar series that will take place in the first semester (second time slot)
  • September 23 – October 25, 2013 for seminar series that will take place in the second semester

Registration for seminars should be sent (only within the time slots mentioned) by email to this address: def@luiss.it, and should have “Iscrizione seminario” in the subject line.

In the body of the email, please specify the following:

  • Student’s first and last name
  • Phone number
  • Degree program /major
  • Selected seminar series

Rules regarding attendance 

In order to earn credits at the end of the seminar series, the following requirements must be met:

  • Students must attend 80% of the lectures for each individual seminar (where this percentage is not a whole number, the minimum number of lectures to be attended will be established by each professor); 
  • Students must pass a final evaluation, the type of which will be decided by each professor.

Each seminar series will be divided into 8/10 lectures with a maximum of 3 hours each; the calendar of lectures for seminar series in the second semester will be distributed before lectures begin.

Start-up of seminars 

At least 15 students must sign up for these seminar series to be offered, and each series can be taken by a maximum of 30 students (chosen on a first-come, first-served basis).