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Master in Entrepreneurship and Innovation (professionnel)

What do you like most in this Master?

Nina Gronewold: Due to the fact that the course consists of a highly diversified and international group, all participants, including me, are benefiting from the cultural and personal experiences. The working atmosphere in such a group is on the one hand very hard but therefore also increasing your cultural and team working skills an a very high level. The international Professors in the course are all experts in their fields and many of them are also able to share some practical knowledge with the students as most of them are Entrepreneurs and not just purely academics, which make the theory by far more valid in terms of applicable advice.
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Jiaqui Cui: One year ago, I was curiously reading the information on this website just as you are doing right now. At that time, I was going to finish my first-year MBA study at the Fudan University in Shanghai, China. I got the chance to know about this MEI program from Professor Sikander Khan, who teaches classes at the MBA program of Fudan University.
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Nita Karo: The close relationship with the mentor companies thanks. This gives us the opportunity to tackle the company’s practical business tasks and challenges related to the Luxembourgish marketplace.
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Vesela Savova: The small international group of students represents the perfect condition for an intense cultural exchange. I particularly like the group works in the program as they not only have a practical relevance but also provide a great exercise of how to work in a team composed of people with different cultural backgrounds.
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Bartek Mis: There are several important factors which make this very postgraduate master interesting for students. First of all the teaching staff represents a good balance between academia and business. During the course we were able to solve many real business cases what could significantly enrich our background for running own company in the future. Secondly, the second part of the course allows you to do an internship in one of many companies located in Luxembourg and by writing a master thesis gives you the possibility to solve a real problem the company is facing.
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Madhumalti Sharma: ...Not only did we learn the subjects taught in class but alot from each others experiences. There were students who had just completed their Bachelor studies and also those who had more than 12 years of work experience - it was a pleasure to see diverse perspectives on a topic and to work together on assignments...
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Sadouki Fethi : There were several interesting things in this master, but the one I appreciated the most was the diversity of the class. Indeed, having people coming from different countries, different ages and experiences was very valuable. Also, the fact that a lot of assignments have to be done in group gave us the opportunity to learn from each other as well as get acquainted...
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Ana Procopio Barbosa Schön: We have world class lecturers, who are truly inspiring. Besides that, I would say the fact we are a small group of students, what makes the interaction meaningful and the learning process more interesting...
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Dimitrios Salampasis: The inclusive mindset creates a positive and highly effective learning environment. The global nature of the program i.e. people from 21 different countries. The fact that all the professors come from all around the world gives an open and diverse perspective to the program and the opportunity to...
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Mariko Hiyama: MEI offered us a wide range of lectures, projects and activities with world-class professors. Moreover, the mini UN-like backgrounds of classmates added so much value onto our program. We were different in terms of nationalities, educational & professional backgrounds as well as intentions for future plans. MEI allowed me to start my yoga business in Luxembourg, Mariyoga...
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Luis Salerno: (...) I think the highly diverse atmosphere was something I really liked. We were around 25 students and almost the same number of nationalities! In addition, I am grateful because the quality of the teaching stuff, which had a proper balance between academic and professional experience, brought us up-to-date business cases and trendy research topics.
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