World Class International Faculty
Our faculty consists of professors affiliated with institutions such as Harvard, Yale, Stanford, University of Chicago, University of Michigan, Duke University, New York University, London Business School, Cambridge, University of St. Gallen, Copenhagen Business School, Bocconi University, Zagreb School of Economics and Management, Sciences Po, HEC Paris, and more.
Prepare to be challenged
At LSB, whether you sign up for an executive education program or an MBA, be ready for an exciting time. You will be exposed to business situations where your knowledge is challenged and out of the box solutions are discussed. You will have to communicate and find common ground with faculty and classmates and business leaders from all around the world.
One on One Approach
Your opinion on subjects matters. LSB MBA is focused on developing the hard skills that enable you to make an impact on day one. You will gain the hard management skills and develop them as you become a true leader.
Innovative Teaching Methods
Studying at LSB gives you access to various cultures, experiences, and ways of thinking. Through collaboration, you will gain from the rich experiences of your international classmates, professors, and corporate leaders. The award-winning faculty is at the frontline of innovative teaching methods in business administration. Learn to think and decide like a leader in case studies and consulting projects.
The curriculum is designed to develop you into a leader who can see, take charge of, and develop new opportunities. Your LSB MBA experience brings more than just academic knowledge and practical skills. Our goal is to provide you with a unique experience – academic and otherwise.
Luxembourg School of Business (LSB) was created in 2014 to provide, promote and advance top quality high-level international business education. The School was created by a group of academics with a strong entrepreneurial background and a successful track record of creating internationally accredited (AACSB) business schools.
The founding idea behind the Luxembourg School of Business was to create a new kind of business school which will attract a mix of outstanding collaborators from across the world. Our faculty body is composed of scientists from some of the best universities in the world as well as from entrepreneurs or senior executives from multinational corporations.
Luxembourg School of Business is paving a new way in the higher-education landscape by using the best of what the world has to offer and delivering this knowledge through our innovative teaching methods, actionable entrepreneurial mindset and our world-class international faculty.
LSB professors are affiliated with institutions such as University of Michigan, Duke University, New York University, Harvard University, London Business School, University of St. Gallen, Copenhagen Business School, Bocconi University, Zagreb School of Economics and Management, Sciences Po Paris, and more.
LSB is located in the heart of Luxembourg with state of the art facilities and the most advanced teaching technology, LSB provides a unique learning environment tailored to maximize the academic experience without hindering the dynamic lifestyle of working professionals.
Dean, Luxembourg School of Business
Dr. Dino Dogan is an experienced executive and a professor of Strategy at the Luxembourg School of Business. Prior to his current role, Dr. Dogan has acted as the CFO of Mobilkom Austria, overseeing and implementing the merger with Telekom Austria to create Austria’s largest telecommunications operator – A1 Telekom Austria. Dr. Dogan has also served as the CFO of Croatia Telekom (member of Deutsche Telekom group) and has worked as a consultant at the Boston Consulting Group. He has extensive professional and academic experience across a range of industries. Dr. Dogan has obtained his PhD from the University of Stuttgart, where he has also taught for a number of years. A German and Croatian citizen, Dr. Dogan is also the honorary President of the German-Croatian Chamber of Commerce.
Managing Director of the Luxembourg School of Business
Marin Njavro acts as managing director of the School and oversees its operations. He helps implement the School’s overall strategy and liaises with the School’s main stakeholders. He’s in charge of LSB’s executive education activities. Marin has previously worked for Barclays Capital in London and the corporate law department of Loyens & Loeff in Luxembourg. Marin is a graduate of Sciences Po Paris.
Marin speaks fluently English, French, German, Russian and Croatian.
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Academic Services and Enrollment Manager
Prof. Dr. Philip Kotler is the S. C. Johnson Distinguished Professor of International Marketing at the Kellogg School of Management. He has been honored as one of the world’s leading marketing thinkers and the “father of Marketing”. He received his M.A. degree in economics (1953) from the University of Chicago and his Ph.D. degree in economics (1956) from the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (M.I.T.), and has received honorary degrees from twenty-one foreign universities. He is the author of over 57 books and over one hundred and fifty articles. He has been a consultant to IBM, General Electric, Sony, AT&T, Bank of America, Merck, Motorola, Ford, and others. The Financial Times included him in its list of the top 10 business thinkers. They cited his Marketing Management book as one of the 50 best business books of all times.
Arturo Cardelus y Munoz-Seca is an international executive with over 40 years of C-level experience leading various sales organizations across a variety of industries and countries. Most recently, Arturo was one of the top executives at Ferrero. Prior to that, Arturo has led and developed the Russian and CIS operations of Ferrero, growing the operation from 150 people in 2001 to over 2,500 employees in 2010. Arturo has also served as the Managing Director of Johnson-Wax (US), EVP of Estee Lauder (US), general director of Barilla (Italy) and general director of the intercontinental division of Iberia Spain. Arturo has a degree in law from the University of Madrid and an MBA from Harvard Business School. Arturo is the current President of Luxembourg School of Business’ Advisory Council.
Dr. Larry Moneta serves as the vice president at Duke University in the United States.
Larry Moneta holds adjunct faculty appointments at Duke in the Sanford School of Public Policy’s Hart Leadership Program and at the Graduate School of Education at the University of Pennsylvania, where he teaches in the Higher Education Executive Doctorate Program. He has written numerous publications, presents frequently at professional meetings and serves on a number of corporate and civic boards. He received his doctor of education and bachelor degree from the University of Massachusetts and his master of education from Springfield College.
Dr. Sinisa Krajnovic is a senior executive in Ericsson with long and varied international management experience. Since 2011 he has been living in Stockholm, Sweden. He works at Ericsson as Vice President and Head of Development Unit Radio, leading a global development organization consisting of 10,000+ engineers.
Sinisa earned his PhD degree from the University of Zagreb and completed executive education programs at Columbia University (US), Cranfield University (UK), IMD (CH), and ISB (IN). He is a professor at the leading business school in Croatia, Zagreb School of Economics and Management, and program director of their General MBA Program.
He was a co-founder and the first president of the Croatian branch of the Project Management Institute, the leading global project management organization.
Sinisa has extensive multicultural experience and understanding gained through living and working in Croatia, UK, Ireland, Japan, Hungary and Sweden.
Dr. Djuro Njavro is the founder of Zagreb School of Economics and Management – the only AACSB accredited business school in South Eastern Europe, and a member of the AACSB European Council.
Dr. Njavro has served as the first economic advisor to the President of the Republic of Croatia in the early 1990’s. He has been a member of the Croatian parliament for more than eight years, where he headed the budget and finance committee.
Dr. Njavro is also the founder of MATE ltd., one of the largest publishing houses in South Eastern Europe specialized in academic litterature, and of Platinum Invest, a fund management company.
Thierry Lohest is a partner at Loyens & Loeff Luxembourg. He divides his time between Luxembourg and Hong Kong where he heads the firm’s practice.
Thierry specialises in corporate law, corporate finance, private equity, mergers and acquisitions, real estate, securities regulations and banking and finance matters.
Thierry has represented clients in numerous cross-border transactions, either public or private, including major public takeover bids and listings of securities on Euronext, Nasdaq, the Luxembourg Stock Exchange, the Hong Kong Stock Exchange and the London Stock Exchange.
Thierry has a degree in law from University of Louvain and an LL.M. from Duke University.
Dr. Gilles Cloutier has served as President, Chief Executive Officer and Chairman of the Board of European Financial Corp, Special Advisor to the Chair of the Quebec Securities Commission (1990-1994) and as Advisor at CGI Group and several other public and private organizations.
Dr. Cloutier has a Solid Experience in international services development with particular emphasis on finance, mergers and acquisitions, project management and institutional capacity building. He has been working with the CGI Group Inc., North America’s fourth largest independent Information Technology services firm, standing as a senior adviser and associate.
He is a part-time professor at Ecole des Hautes Études Commerciales (HEC) Montreal (Busines Strategy and Management). He holds an impressive and inspiring track record in corporate management as well as government affairs environment. Mr. Cloutier is a graduate from Oxford University, UK, in International Economic Law and a Fellow (IT Program) from the Center for International Affairs of the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT).
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To be a globally recognized high quality business school in the heart of Europe.
The mission of the School is to provide an inspiring and multicultural learning environment for business leaders from international companies operating in Luxembourg as well as across Europe and the world.
In achieving its educational and academic goals, the School uses contemporary teaching and research methods, promotes cultural and intellectual diversity.
The School partners with the international business community and prepares business leaders to prosper in a complex global business world.