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  1. Bachelor en Gestion (professional)

    Le Bachelor en Gestion (professionnel) a pour vocation de former des gestionnaires capables de s'insérer opèrationnellement ddans les secteurs clés de l'économie luxembourgeoise: sectur bancaire, assurances, fiduciaires, réviseurs, services de comptabilité ou de gestion de grandes entreprises industrielles et commerciales, petites et moyennes entreprises. Le bachelor se décline en trois spécialisations: gestion des entreprises, gestion des assurances et gestion des banques. La première année du programme constitue une formation généraliste aux sciences de gestion qui donne aux étudiants la possibilité de ses familiarises avec des notions fondamentales avant de choisir une spécialisation. En deuxième année, le Bachelor offre une spécialisation dans les métiers de l’entreprise (troisième semestre) et dans les métiers de la banque et de l’assurance (quatrième semestre). Trois options sont introduites dans la dernière année. Elles résultent de la prise en compte des demandes émanant du secteur privé et permettent une meilleure insertion des diplômés dans le monde du travail luxembourgeois. La formation se termine par un stage en entreprise au terme duquel l’étudiant est tenu de rédiger et défendre un rapport. ...

    Provider NameUniversité du Luxembourg

    Category: Learning Opportunities Location: Luxembourg
  2. Master Professionnel en Sciences de l’Ingénieur – Efficacité Énergétique et Économique

    The energy efficiency bias of this study programme makes it ideal for bachelor’s graduates in engineering wishing to acquire deeper knowledge in the thermodynamics, mathematics and modern technologies needed to assess energy-related issues. The course combines technical elements with units from economical sciences and business administration with the aim of providing the full range of skills required for technically and commercially approaching energy-related problems. ...

    Provider NameUniversité du Luxembourg

    Category: Learning Opportunities Location: Luxembourg
  3. Master in Logistics and Supply Chain Management

    The Luxembourg Centre for Logistics and Supply Chain Management (LCL) offers a one-year Master in Logistics and Supply Chain Management (LSCM). The programme is open to students looking to specialise in logistics and supply chain management. It prepares the student for the operational and strategic role that logistics and supply chain management play in modern companies. The curriculum emphasises analytical problem solving, leadership, and communication skills. Students must complete core and elective coursework and participate in the international exchange in January (3-week stay at MIT Campus, Boston, USA). On a regular basis, industry representatives will be invited to talk about their company’s logistics and supply chain management challenges and how they tackle those. This seminar series provides a great opportunity for students to interact with and learn from practitioners in this field. Throughout the academic year, visits to various companies will also be conducted. In addition to the courses, students work in small teams (usually consisting of two students) to compose a thesis in collaboration with an industry partner under the supervision of a University of Luxembourg faculty member. The thesis topics will be pre-defined by the industry partners along with members of the faculty and they will address real-world problems. ...

    Provider NameUniversité du Luxembourg

    Category: Learning Opportunities Location: Luxembourg
  4. Master in Economics and Finance- Traditional Track

    La filière traditionnelle (Traditional Track)du Master comprend des cours approfondis en économie et techniques financières ainsi qu’une période de stage ou de préparation d’un mémoire de recherche. Le corps enseignant du master est composé d’universitaires et de professionnels. Ce Master a vocation à former les futurs cadres en finance, en banque et en assurance. Il s’adresse à des étudiants désireux d’obtenir une formation complète et solide en finance. Le programme met en valeur les fortes complémentarités qui existent dans le domaine financier entre les outils d’analyse théorique et leur application professionnelle. Il offre aux étudiants une formation qui leur permet de s’adapter aux mutations rapides du secteur financier en tirant avantage des connaissances et outils issus des recherches les plus récentes. ...

    Provider NameUniversité du Luxembourg

    Category: Learning Opportunities Location: Luxembourg
  5. Master in Economics and Finance- Research Track

    This Masters is aimed at students wishing to obtain a comprehensive and sound education in finance. The course highlights the largely complementary nature of theoretical analysis tools and their application in business. The RT offers advanced courses that expose students to fundamental research methods in the fields of Economics and Finance. Various optional courses allow students to specialize in either Economics or Finance. At the same time, the set of compulsory courses ensures that students gain a thorough understanding of important concepts and ideas pertaining to both fields.Following their coursework, students are required to write a master thesis. The objectives of the Master in Economics and Finance - Research Track (RT) are to: Provide a strong background in and the necessary tools to conduct state-of-the-art analysis in Economics and Finance. Emphasis is placed on recent developments at the academic research frontier. Give students an insight into the activities of research-related jobs. Prepare qualified and interested students for a PhD in our doctoral School in Economics and Finance (DSEF). ...

    Provider NameUniversité du Luxembourg

    Category: Learning Opportunities Location: Luxembourg
  6. Master in Entrepreneurship and Innovation (professionnel)

    The key objectives of the Master in Entrepreneurship and Innovation are to: 1) Extend knowledge and understanding of the foundational principles of new venture creation and business start up in different societal contexts (social, corporate, ‘for profit’ etc.). Students will be able to critically assess and extend their entrepreneurial skills through direct interaction with colleagues/tutors on the course as well as entrepreneurs and local companies. 2) Develop critical, analytical and problem-solving skills. Students will learn how to recognise, analyse and offer solutions to innovation, entrepreneurial and strategic management issues in different organizational settings, using appropriate conceptual tools and theoretical frameworks. 3) Enable the ability to understand the components of a business plan and to appreciate different business and financial models as well as constructing a detailed financial and marketing plan. 4) Advance employability skills in team working, presentation and leadership as well as facilitating inter-cultural communication.  Students will learn how to convey their ideas, express their creativity and synthesise their thinking/knowledge both verbally and in written format. They will hone their presentation skills, learn about negotiation skills and project management. 5) Provide an understanding of the local regulatory, tax and legal issues involved when starting a new venture and access to a wide set of business networks in Luxembourg economy. This is participative and interactive. I ...

    Provider NameUniversité du Luxembourg

    Category: Learning Opportunities Location: Luxembourg
  7. Master in Accounting and Audit (académique)

    The academic Master programme in Accounting and Audit offers scientifically based in-depth knowledge of all specialist areas that are relevant to the field of accounting and auditing, without neglecting the practical relevance of the teaching content or the preparation of candidates for the job market. Students completing the degree course acquire the expertise to solve practical problems on a scientifically sound basis. The teaching provided must offer a balance of theoretical, research and practical aspects in training auditors. Stringent requirements in terms of the comprehensive development of the required social skills are paramount and knowledge must be conveyed in the core specialist subjects of accounting and auditing as well as the supplementary specialist subjects (law, IT and computer systems, business studies and economics, corporate finance, mathematics and statistics). ...

    Provider NameUniversité du Luxembourg

    Category: Learning Opportunities Location: Luxembourg
  8. Master of Science in Banking and Finance- Full time format

    The Master of Science in Banking and Finance offers a comprehensive curriculum encompassing both classic and more recent areas of the finance discipline as well as the principal functions of banking. It is structured into five components: Core courses, Stream courses, Elective courses, an academic week-in-residence, an internship and Elective Practical courses. All full-time students spend a residential academic week at a leading business school where they follow a tailor-made programme based on courses already followed, and intended to deepen their understanding of specific financial topics. The current location of the Academic Week-in-Residence is New York University, Stern School of Business, New York. As an integral part of the programme, full-time students are required to perform an internship for a period not less than 12 weeks. Students are free to seek the internship that suits their interests and objectives in banking or finance. ...

    Provider NameLuxembourg School of Finance of the University of Luxembourg

    Category: Learning Opportunities Location: Luxembourg
  9. Master of Science in Banking and Finance- Part Time Format

    The part-time format requires a 24 months of part-time study.   It is therefore suitable for professionals seeking to study while continuing their career. Classes take place in full- or half-day sessions Thursday, Friday and Saturday, or Friday and Saturday, every second week of months in which there are classes.  Some months will have fewer classes due to exams, university and school holidays, events and other factors. This master offers a comprehensive curriculum encompassing both classic and more recent areas of the finance discipline as well as the principal functions of banking. It is structured into five components: Core courses, Stream courses, Elective courses, an academic week-in-residence, a master thesis and Elective Practical courses. All part-time students spend a residential academic week at a leading business school where they follow a tailor-made programme based on courses already followed, and intended to deepen their understanding of specific financial topics. The current location of the Academic Week-in-Residence is New York University, Stern School of Business, New York. Part-time students are required to present a Master’s Thesis on a subject of their choice related to banking or finance. The subject must be approved by the advising faculty member. Students may also choose to replace the Master Thesis by taking three additional courses.   ...

    Provider NameLuxembourg School of Finance of the University of Luxembourg

    Category: Learning Opportunities Location: Luxembourg
  10. Master in Wealth Management- Full Time Programme

    The Master in Wealth Management (MWM) is designed to educate and train future wealth managers.The programme combines traditional finance subjects with person-, legal- and tax-centric subjects such as client relationship management, estate planning, ethics and international taxation. The curriculum is made up of 27 courses, taught over short intensive periods, a module in Singapore, and an internship. The 27 courses offered in the programme are divided into investment-centric courses (equities, bonds, real estate, hedge funds, derivatives, alternative investments, etc.), client-centric courses (personal portfolio management, estate planning, communication, tax-planning, etc.) and courses on  laws and ethics. At the end of their studies in Luxembourg, all full-students spend a week in residence at the Singapore Management University (SMU). The tailor-made module complements the courses that students have already followed, and is intended to deepen their understanding of specific Wealth Management topics especially focusing on the Asian market. Courses are taught by SMU professors Wealth Management. During the week in Singapore, students will also visit banks and/or other relevant institutions in the country.  After earning 54 ECTS credits, full-time students will put into practice their newly learned skills and knowledge in an internship. Classes are participative and practice oriented. For many courses (even the most technical and factual ones), we will involve practitioners drawn from the PBGL group to elaborat ...

    Provider NameLuxembourg School of Finance of the University of Luxembourg

    Category: Learning Opportunities Location: Luxembourg

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