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Executive Programs

Executive courses at the LUISS School of Government are aimed at professionals from around the world. Each course brings together experienced professionals, a world-class faculty and innovative teaching methods as to foster knowledge sharing and information among participants. The goal is to foster the development of new leadership skills among top international professionals. Currently, the LUISS School of Government is offering executive courses in the areas of regulatory impact assessments and is in the process of partering of global leading academic istitutions for implementing executive training in the field of global diplomacy and new public management. The executive program is under the responsability of Dr. Lorenzo Valeri, Scientific Manager, LUISS School of Government.  

Humanitarian Crises

LUISS School of Government in cooperation with Associazione Europea di Studi Internazionali (AESI), National Service of the Civil Protection and Institute of Ethic, Law and Armed Conflict di Oxford University, launch an executive intensive course on Humanitarian Crises

Regulatory Impact Assessment

LUISS School of Government and Jacobs and Associates are pleased to annouce a week-intensive course on Regulatory Impact Assessment.


LUISS School of Government organizes the training course for the Italian Foreign Service exam.

Diversity Policy and Management

Organized by the LUISS School of Government, in collaboration with TIM FACTORY, this executive program in “Diversity Policy and Management” offers advanced training in the field of diversity management. 
The course aims at furnishing students or qualified personnel from public and private entities with the ability to learn and understand the  legal and socio-economic aspects linked to diversity, and to provide them with an innovative vision of management, personnel development, and workflow organization. 

Please contact the LUISS School of Government secretariat for additional information at