Master in Management Program

Curriculum

The program offers an action-based curriculum designed to help candidates from all backgrounds understand key business concepts and integrate into the job market

The Master in Management

  • 2-year program: 12 months of core courses, 6 months of specialisations, 6 months of paid internships
  • Focused on employability, the program contains an integrated group of courses on career development
  • Includes a 6-month paid internship
  • For students without previous coursework in Mathematics, Statistics, and Research Methods, a ‘Business Bootcamp’ will be required. The classes of the Business Bootcamp will be completed in parallel with the core courses.
  • Students are required to earn 120 ECTS credits in order to graduate from the program (127 ECTS credits for students who need to take the Business Bootcamp).
  • Classes are taking place from Monday to Friday OR in a 3 Day Study Model allowing part time employment.

Specialisations

Financial Management

Financial Management Electives balances a strong technical background in finance with a managerial perspective, focusing on the strategic management of a firm’s assets.

It prepares graduates for professional careers in the financial sector, including banking, corporate finance, and investments. Finance professionals are highly sought after in Luxembourg, often following career paths that lead to senior-level roles in organizations.  

International Tax

International Tax is an innovative specialisation within the Master in Management Program, co-developed with key industry leaders in Luxembourg including PwC, Deloitte, KPMG, BDO, Arendt & Medernach, Elvinger Hoss, Loyens & Loeff.

The goal is to prepare graduates to be tax specialists who can manage within the wider context of business, where complexity and change abound. The Program provides a high-level education in the field of international taxation, with a strong emphasis on management.  Graduates can aspire to work at large international tax consultancies and law firms, internal tax departments of multinational companies, private equity houses and real estate funds, as well as multinational standard settings bodies such as the OECD. Leaders in the field of international tax will contribute as teachers in the specialization, each bringing their own expertise and practical vision to the courses.

Other electives

Master in Management students are given the option to participate in an exchange program with partner universities or schools of LSB. Following 3 options are offered at LSB for a mobility semester:  International Exchange Program, Erasmus+ Program , Free mover.

At the host institution, students are able to choose electives that are not offered at LSB. These courses must be on graduate level from the relevant field of study: Business Administration and Management.

Curriculum

September intake
YEAR 1
SEMESTER 1 AUG – JAN

Core Courses

YEAR 1
SEMESTER 2 JAN – JUNE

Core Courses

YEAR 2
SEMESTER 3 SEPT – DEC

Specialisation

YEAR 2
SEMESTER 4 JAN – JUNE

Paid Internship – Master Thesis

March intake
YEAR 1
SEMESTER 1 MAR – JUNE

Core Courses

YEAR 2
SEMESTER 2 AUG – MAR

Core Courses

YEAR 2
SEMESTER 3 MAR – NOV

Specialisation

YEAR 2
SEMESTER 4 NOV- APR

Paid Internship – Master Thesis

Master in Management Learning Goals and Objectives


Learning goal 1: MM students will have internalized a value system that provides the foundation for socially responsible and ethical leadership and decision making. Objective: Through the lens of ethical frameworks and socially responsible business practices, students will display ethical leadership by identifying ethical issues and socially (ir)responsible actions, as well as forecasting costs and benefits of good ethical conduct related to a company’s business


Learning goal 2: MM students will have the capacity to think critically in order to solve complex business problems and make sound managerial decisions. Objective: The students will discover and analyze problems and opportunities, offer solutions, and identify the benefits and risks of a proposed solution.


Learning goal 3: MM students will demonstrate an understanding of doing business in the global environment.  Objective: The students will explain key global trends and assess the impact of those trends on doing business globally.


Learning goal 4: MM students will be effective communicators at a level appropriate for business professionals, in both face-to-face and virtual contexts. Objective: The students will develop interpersonal and communication skills needed in business, such as collaborating effectively with others, oral and written communication, and presentation skills, incorporating new technologies to facilitate communication.


Learning goal 5: MM students will demonstrate, through theory application, professional skills required of competent early career professionals. Objective: The students will apply practical, actionable knowledge and skills necessary for professional employment, will be adaptable to changing business conditions, and be resilient when faced with challenges and setbacks.

FAQ

Can the duration of the internship be extended if time allows?
As a Non-EU citizen, am I eligible for international mobility and Erasmus during my studies?

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+352 26 25 89 80

46 Côte d'Eich, 1450 Luxembourg

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