There is a strong chance that you will have an international component in your career – whether it is working in another country, traveling significantly for work, having co-workers from all over the world, or being a member of a cross-cultural virtual team. Today, international mobility has great value and is much appreciated by the corporate world, especially in Luxembourg. Moreover, students and their families are more and more conscious of the advantages of studying abroad. Studying abroad helps students develop personally, professionally, and academically. By gaining new transferable skills, students will boost their employability, broaden their horizons, develop cultural awareness, and open-mindedness.
During the Master in Management, students will be able to participate in an exchange program with partner universities or business schools. These Erasmus and Exchange programs will not require extra tuition fees.
Students will pay the usual tuition at Luxembourg School of Business and no other additional academic fees in the host university abroad are required. LSB International Office assists students with
international mobility and helps them source funding for the time spent abroad and manages the institutional relationships between LSB and its partner universities.
Fill out the following application form and send it to the International Office with a recent photograph, CV, transcript of records (Transcript of records is delivered in the student service office upon request).
Students will be notified about the results of the contest and will know the name of the university where they can go for the exchange by email.
The International Office can provide deeper orientation advice about the different opportunities, but it is important that before it students do their own research.
Students pay their regular tuition fees at LSB. They do not pay the tuition fee at the host university abroad. Students are responsible for paying accommodation, transportation, meal expenses, books, health insurance, and any other personal expenses.
The International Office of your home university should nominate you: name, last name, the semester of exchange, e-mail, date of birth, study level, etc.
We are going to contact you to submit the application. We will guide you through our offer of courses, provide you the syllabi you need for making your choice (and for your academic advisor to sign the Learning Agreement), answer some other questions you may have, etc.
You need to send us all the required documentation by e-mail until the deadline written in the Info Sheet. You will receive a confirmation by e-mail once the documents have been received.
After we receive and process all the required documentation, we will prepare your Letter of Acceptance and send it by e-mail to you and to your coordinator. (In case you need a Visa/Residence permit or you require a hard copy, mention it and we will send the Letter of Acceptance as soon we can)
We will be in touch until we see each other on the Orientation Day – your first day at LSB!
Jean Baptiste Joachim
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