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Organization and academic activities - A.Y. 2022-2023

Lessons and attendance: 2022-2023 academic activities will begin on October 4, 2022 and will take place in person. However, it will be possible for those who need it to connect with the classroom remotely. The provision for exemption from attendance is revoked. It is still mandatory to book a seat using the Student Booking Service, a functional system for detecting attendance and instrumental for controlling the spread of the Covid-19 virus.

It should be noted that the exemption from attendance remains valid for students for whom the same is required by law (eg working students), or who request it according to the procedures provided for by each Department (attendance exemption form).

Access to buildings: all users can access University’s facilities without the need for a “Green Pass” (EU Digital Covid Certificate). The use of the mask remains mandatory inside the buildings. Access to offices with body temperature above 37.5 ° and / or with respiratory tract symptoms is forbidden.

Admission test to degree courses: the tests are held remotely with the exception of the Test for Primary Education Sciences. For further information, please contact the Welcome Office.

Exams of the autumn session: the exams are held entirely in person.

Graduation sessions: the sessions are held in person, except for those who tested positive for Covid-19, with the possibility for family members to be present within the capacity limits of the classroom where the discussion takes place.

Postgraduate: for specific information on individual courses, consult the LUMSA Master School website ( and refer to the tutors or to the representatives of the individual courses.

Admission to research doctorates: the admission tests are held in person in accordance with the provisions of the relevant Doctoral Announcements of the XXXVIII Cycle

Shows and sports activities: for participation in this type of event, the obligation to wear an FFP2 type mask remains.