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Master in Entrepreneurship and Innovation

What do you like most about Master in Entrepreneurship and Innovation?

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 be exposed into different ideas, opinions and engage into various discussions. I also liked the fact that the small number of participants helps into the true creation of a team that has a life also outside the university!

Why did you choose the University of Luxembourg to study your Master in?

I already knew the country and I wanted to be part of a small but quickly developing university that would support me throughout my studies and later into my professional career.

Which hobbies do you practice in Luxembourg?

Travelling and long walks in the nature. I also play tennis and swim.  

Which specialization did you choose? Why?

I got immediately fascinated by the Innovation course and I knew that this was what I wanted to work on. I found myself being constantly exposed to new knowledge and I saw myself reflecting on the things that I wanted to do and how innovation as a continual pathway to creativity and experimentation would facilitate my inner need for development.  This course also with the help of the professors, encouraged me take my research into a PhD level.

What is your master thesis about?

I conducted my internship in the Public Research Centre Henri Tudor and I wrote my thesis in the research area of business innovation management and more specifically on the exploration of the role of trust in relation to open Innovation and Collaboration in the Financial Services Sector. 

Will you stay in Luxembourg?

Yes, I live in Luxembourg since I am currently employed as a researcher by the Public Research Centre Henri Tudor and I am also pursuing my PhD in Industrial Engineering and Management at the Lappeenranta University of Technology in Finland.

What advice could you give to new students?

Time will fly. This means that openness, quick adaptation, high expectations and studying must be your allies into this quest. Make sure you have defined your goals, your resources, and your physical and mental health. And always remember that the program is not only educational. It is a valuable and life-long learning process. So do not miss the chance to be part of it!