LUMSA (Libera Università degli Studi Maria Ss. Assunta di Roma)  is a public non-state Italian university formed on Catholic principles. It is the second oldest university in Rome after Sapienza, and was founded by Luigia Tincani in 1939. LUMSA is accountable to the state university system and awards qualifications equivalent to those issued by state universities. Professionalism, growth and development are the University’s fundamental principles, along with teaching, employment, research and the student experience.

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  • Education
  • Rome
  • Italy