Luxembourg School of Business is proud to announce a strategic alliance with its new corporate partner H-FARM
The partnership between the Luxembourg School of Business and H-FARM will create opportunities to bring young and ambitious students together with a mission to fuel financial enterprises with innovation and lead to their transformations. Through the partnership with H-FARM, one of the largest innovation platforms in Europe, LSB students will have the unparalleled opportunity to pursue a specialization in Digital Business and Finance, among the most leading-edge and sought-after fields globally. The LSB/H-FARM partnership capitalizes on the strengths of both — innovation and entrepreneurship — bringing academia and business together to encourage and support innovation.
Empowering innovation and practice
Luxembourg School of Business Master in Management program integrates a strong theoretical foundation while emphasizing practice-based learning and employability. Graduates specializing in Digital Business and Finance will have amazing career opportunities, leading digital transformations within their organizations as well as launching enterprisesbased on their own business ideas.
Connecting Luxembourg and Italy
The unique partnership between LSB and H-FARM strengthens the connection between Luxembourg and Italy across several dimensions that are crucial to economic development — Education, Innovation and Entrepreneurship. Both countries are leaders in these domains and will continue to drive innovative solutions through digital transformations of business. Luxembourg is an international financial center where the Fintech industry is evolving rapidly. Both Italy and Luxembourg are highly involved in Fintech, investing more and more into digital and technological tools. LSB will extend its brand into one of the most interesting and influential parts of Europe which already has strong connections to Luxembourg; approximately 500 Italian companies are located in Luxembourg.
Students from Europe and around the world now have the opportunity to complete a Master in Management degree while studying in both Luxembourg and Italy. The first year of the program is held in Luxembourg, at LSB’s new Château de Septfontaines campus, in a historical area close to the center of Luxembourg-city. The Château is the former porcelain manufactory of Faïencerie Villeroy & Boch. Students spend the second year at H-FARM’s campus at the entrance to the Venice lagoon, giving them the opportunity to complete an internship in one of the most modern and innovative campuses in Italy. The H-FARM Campus covers 51 hectares of land, including 42,000 square meters of buildings and more than 40 hectares of parks and woods. These two campuses will allow Luxembourg School of Business students to collaborate in international and local environments with unique, historical, and innovative contexts.
Dr. Dino Dogan, Dean of Luxembourg School of Business
«Luxembourg School of Business (LSB) is proud to partner with H-FARM, one of the most important and influential platforms in Europe, bringing together innovation, entrepreneurship and education. The partnership with H-FARM will provide an exceptional hands-on experience to our Master in Management students, preparing them for careers in the dynamic Fintech industry. Through this partnership, students will build life-long relationships and gain experiences that will support them throughout their successful careers in a highly globalized and digitalized world.
The Luxembourg School of Business Master in Management Program with a new Specialization in Digital Business and Finance has been designed to help students understand the impact of digitalization and finance by laying the foundations for their own business ideas, while experimenting innovative enterprises, or leading innovation from within a company, emphasising a startup mindset. This specialization within the Master in Management program will prepare students from all around the World for their future careers in a highly globalized and digitalized world».