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Luxembourg School of Business

Did you ever think of studying in Luxembourg?

Although there is only one recognized public university (the University of Luxembourg) and one recognized private Business School (Luxembourg School of Business, LSB), the offer of training offered is quite developed in Luxembourg. You will be seduced by the country’s multilingualism – English, Luxembourgish, French and German are spoken – and its economic and culture are dynamic.

Why study in Luxembourg?

Landlocked between France, Belgium and Germany, Luxembourg is a member of the European Union. If you are an EU national, you will only need a valid passport or identity card to study there.

Luxembourg is a Cosmopolitan country and brings together many nationalities and cultures. “It is common for a Luxembourger to speak 4 to 5 languages. In our school, our entire curriculum is conducted in English” explains Marin Njavro, managing director of LSB.

Within the Master in Management of Luxembourg School of Business, we have human size classes. Out of a class of 40 students for example, nearly 20 nationalities are represented! Studying in Luxembourg is therefore also an optimal way to strengthen your language skills and network with international students.

Luxembourg, a dynamic country

Like La Défense in Paris or the City in London, the Kirchberg district in Luxembourg is a stronghold of finance. There are also buildings of several European institutions: Court of Justice of the European Union, European Court of Auditors, or European Investment Bank (EIB).

Studying in Luxembourg will allow you to establish contacts with multinationals in the sector. “The country is also a logistics hub that hosts Amazon’s European headquarters. Many sectors are vectors of employment such as the space industry, automotive or agri-food,” says Marin Njavro.

Luxembourg is also distinguished by its very low unemployment rate of around 5%, and its standard of living. The minimum wage is one of the highest in the world:  the minimum salary is €2,700 gross for qualified people and it can be much more than that for Finance workers for example.

A pleasant living environment for international students

Luxembourg is full of culture. The fortifications and the old town have been listed as UNESCO World Heritage Sites since 1994. You can visit the Lëtzebuerg City Museum or the MUDAM Museum of Modern Art, designed by architect Ieoh Ming Pei, author of the Louvre pyramid.

The capital is nicknamed “the green lung of Europe”, because of the place of nature, which occupies a quarter of its territory. Located in the heart of Europe, close to Germany, Belgium or the Netherlands, Luxembourg is also a privileged place to travel:

All public transport is free in the country,” reveals the head of the Luxembourg School of Business which makes students travels much easier.

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