The Bachelor en Gestion degree, offered by Luxembourg University, incorporates and complements the former DUT (diplôme universitaire de technologie) diploma, which was widely recognised in the world of business (collective agreements in the financial sector of the Grand Duchy of Luxembourg).
The Bachelor in Management provides a balance of academic teaching and applied training which incorporates the specific features of the Luxembourg market. A significant number of teaching units are interchangeable within a common structure, which encompasses the first, second and third semesters. Students have the opportunity of familiarising themselves with the basic principles of management before specialising in one area. Specialisation is on a progressive basis during the fourth and fifth semesters.
The three years (six semesters) of the Bachelor course are organised by the University of Luxembourg.A mandatory mobility period of a minimum of one semester at a university abroad is required by the Law on the establishment of the University of Luxembourg. The mobility can be done regarding the semester you initially registered. To facilitate mobility, the University has concluded agreements with host universities.
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