Luxembourg School of Business
TypePrivate business school
Established2014
DeanDino Dogan
Location
49°36′25.338″N 6°6′29.278″E / 49.60703833°N 6.10813278°E / 49.60703833; 6.10813278Coordinates: 49°36′25.338″N 6°6′29.278″E / 49.60703833°N 6.10813278°E / 49.60703833; 6.10813278
Websitewww.luxsb.lu

The Luxembourg School of Business (LSB) is a graduate business school in Luxembourg. LSB offers a part-time Master in Business Administration ("weekend MBA"), a full-time Master in Management, as well as specialized programs for individuals companies.

Founded in 2014, it is the first business school in Luxembourg which had to meet the requirements of the new legal framework put in place in 2016, focused on raising the quality standards. LSB is accredited by the Luxembourg Ministry of Higher Education and Research via a ministerial decree dated as of 29 August 2017 for the duration of five years.[1]

Also accredited as a training provider inside the Lifelong Learning initiative [2] of the L'Institut national pour le développement de la formation professionnelle continue [3] of Luxembourg. LSB holds Erasmus accreditation for the period of 2021 – 2027.

Campus

Château de Septfontaines

The Luxembourg School of Business campus is located at the Château de Septfontaines and the former porcelain manufactory Faïencerie Villeroy & Boch, a historical area close to the center of Luxembourg City.[4]

Faculty

LSB Faculty Members cooperate with business schools and universities around the world.[5]

References

  1. ^ http://data.legilux.public.lu/file/eli-etat-adm-amin-2017-08-29-b2648-jo-fr-pdf.pdf
  2. ^ "Lifelong-learning". INFPC. Retrieved 10 May 2016.
  3. ^ "INFPC". INFPC. Retrieved 10 May 2016.
  4. ^ "Welcome to the future campus of Luxembourg School of Business". LSB. Retrieved 10 February 2021.
  5. ^ "LSB Faculty for MBA programs and Executive Education". LSB. Retrieved 10 May 2016.