Luxembourg School of Business

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Luxembourg School of Business
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TypePrivate business school
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

Luxembourg School of Business, LSB, is a private business school that offers MBA programs and Executive Education in Luxembourg.

Founded in 2014, 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 has been 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.

Also accredited as a training provider inside the Lifelong Learning initiative [1] of the "L'Institut national pour le développement de la formation professionnelle continue" [2] of Luxembourg.

LSB offers multiple executive programs for international business professionals:

  • Weekend Part Time MBA [3]
  • Executive Education, ranging from Certificate programs to Customised programs [4]

MBA Program[edit]

Weekend Part Time MBA[edit]

Weekend Part-Time MBA Program [3] is a 24-month-long program divided in 6 modules, each lasting 15 weeks. Classes take place every second weekend (Friday evening and Saturday). The average workload is 20 hours per week (classes included).

Executive Education[edit]

Executive Education is ranging from short Open programs or Certificate programs to customized programs at the multicultural society of Luxembourg [5] tailored specifically for international business professionals and leaders.

Open Enrollment Executive Education[edit]

Open Enrollment Executive Education Programs[4] consist of workshops and seminars designed to improve participant’s specific capabilities and competencies.

Programs take place on an ongoing basis throughout the year covering a broad range of topics.

Leadership development programs[edit]

Series of development workshops aimed at C-Suite leaders who face various challenges in leading an organization.

Customised Programs[edit]

Company-specific programs designed by LSB faculty members to be adapted to organization’s policies and strategy.


LSB Faculty Members cooperate with business schools and universities around the world.[6]


  • Dr. Dino Dogan, Dean of Luxembourg School of Business
  • Marin Njavro, Managing Director of Luxembourg School of Business

Advisory Council[edit]

  • Prof. Dr. Philip Kotler, Professor of International Marketing at the Kellogg School of Management
  • Dr. Larry Moneta, vice president at Duke University in the United States
  • Dr. Sinisa Krajnovic, senior executive in Ericsson
  • Dr. Djuro Njavro, founder of Zagreb School of Economics and Management
  • Thierry Lohest, partner at Loyens & Loeff Luxembourg
  • Dr. Gilles Cloutier, advisor for public and private organizations, professor at Ecole des Hautes Études Commerciales (HEC) Montreal (Business Strategy and Management)
  • Jean-Bernard Zeimet, Entrepreneur, Chartered Accountant


  1. ^ "Lifelong-learning". INFPC. Retrieved May 2016. Check date values in: |accessdate= (help)
  2. ^ "INFPC". INFPC. Retrieved May 2016. Check date values in: |accessdate= (help)
  3. ^ a b "Weekend Part Time MBA". LSB. Retrieved May 2016. Check date values in: |accessdate= (help)
  4. ^ a b "Executive Education Programs". LSB. Retrieved May 2016. Check date values in: |accessdate= (help)
  5. ^ "Luxembourg, Multicultural society". Grand Duchy of Luxembourg. Retrieved May 2016. Check date values in: |accessdate= (help)
  6. ^ "LSB Faculty for MBA programs and Executive Education". LSB. Retrieved May 2016. Check date values in: |accessdate= (help)

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