We Demand. You Thrive.
In an increasingly professional world, Lauder Business School is preparing its students for executive and C-level positions in the international arena, equipping them with modern tools and know-how to invoke innovation and drive change.
Why Lauder Business School
Bringing about a new wave of learning in business practices, Lauder Business School is requiring its students to invest their time and expand their know-how in various current fields, aimed at making them the executives, leaders and entrepreneurs of tomorrow.
Fixed duration – finish your studies in 2 or 3 years
Grow your international network with 47 different nationalities on campus
Discover Your Path
Fall 2021 applications open on January 11, 2021
We invite you to join one of Europe’s leading business schools, where internationalism, critical thinking, research and self-realization are highly encouraged, practiced and maintained. Applications for the fall term starting in October 2021 open in January 2021.
News and Events
On March 17 we were happy to co-host the “Tech Up Your Business” webinar together with Green Fox Academy live on Facebook and Zoom. Our renowned speakers from Microsoft, SAS and Emarsys discussed the importance of tech skills for business professionals in various industries, as well as achieving a certain level of familiarity with contemporary technologies to succeed in the business world of today.
We are glad to report that the quality of our educational programs stands out in international comparison. Our master students have recently completed the worldwide acknowledged, unbiased Peregrine Academic Service tests in business education and outperformed their peers from other international business/finance programs by far.
Christian Reiner, senior researcher at Lauder Business School, has just published a new study on how to increase the resilience and security of the supply of medical and pharmaceutical products. He co-authored the study together with Jan Grumiller and Hannes Grohs from the Austrian Foundation for Development Research. The study was commissioned and financed by the Austrian Chamber of Labour.
Christian Reiner, senior researcher at LBS, has just published a new book on Global Value Chains (GVC). He co-edited the book together with Karin Fischer from the University of Linz and Cornelia Staritz, a development economist from the University of Vienna. Global Value Chains are a core element of the current phase of economic development. Currently, about 50% of global trade is organized within GVC.
From Our President
“In today’s fast changing global economy, there is an enormous need for expertise in the field of international business. In fact, it’s an absolute requirement for success. The world’s economies have become interdependent and in order for them to function well, it will require skilled and talented young professionals who will become tomorrow’s business leaders. Where will these leaders come from?”
What Graduates Say
"Lauder Business School is where I learned my business ABC’s and where I laid the first cornerstones of building my professional network."
Marketing Manager at Microsoft
"Lauder Business School has given me profound knowledge in the area of my interest and had a significant impact on my personal development."
Recruiter EMEA at Global LT
"Lauder Business School was a great stepping stone, and enabled me to achieve great heights in my career later on."
Founder & CEO at R2G Digital
Lauder Business School is an affiliate of Prof. Michael Porter’s Microeconomics of Competitiveness Network at the Institute of Strategy and Competitiveness at Harvard Business School.
Lauder Business School is accredited by the Austrian Agency for Quality Assurance and Listed with the Austrian Federal Ministry of Science, Research and Economy.
LBS is a candidate for accreditation of the ACBSP, the only global accrediting body, accrediting business programs at the associate, baccalaureate, and graduate levels worldwide since 1988.
The European Commission awarded the Lauder Business School the Erasmus Charter for Higher Education for the whole period of the Erasmus+ Programme (2014-2020).