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Master in Entrepreneurship and Innovation

Our Partner: The Chamber of Commerce

In 2014, the University of Luxembourg and the Luxembourg Chamber of Commerce signed a privileged partnership programme cementing a collaboration that began with the launch of the Master in Entrepreneurship and Innovation in 2007.

The partnership aims at developing business education at the University of Luxembourg, through research and development, educational programmes, knowledge transfer and exchange, as well as by facilitating internships. 

The Chamber of Commerce and the Faculty of Law, Economics and Finance are both committed to enhancing the students experience, supporting academic and professional exchange as well as research and teaching in business education, specifically in the areas of entrepreneurship and innovation, business administration and all topics pertaining to Luxembourg’s economic competitiveness.

Within the framework of the partnership, the Chamber of Commerce provides support as well as advice to the students of the Master Entrepreneurship and Innovation through its entrepreneurial networks and the key expertise of the House of Entrepreneurship, the one-stop shop dedicated to entrepreneurship. The collaboration includes different pillars. More specifically: 

  • delivering a lecture in order to familiarise the students with the entrepreneurial ecosystem in Luxembourg,
  • the coaching of the MEI students in setting up their business plan in the context of their study project,
  • the organisation of company and incubators visits in order to bring students into contact with local entrepreneurs,
  • arranging guest speakers from the Chamber’s network to present on a selection of topics,
  • general assistance with regard to internships as well as doctoral programmes.

The Luxembourg Chamber of Commerce was first founded in 1841 to represent and defend the interests of its members. The partnership with the University of Luxembourg aligns with the Chamber’s operational missions, which include promoting entrepreneurial spirit and business development as well as fostering an educational and training system aligned with the needs of businesses and market reality.