Like you and many people around the world, we are going through these unprecedented times and are doing our best to adapt to this unique and rapidly changing environment.
This pandemic situation has a significant global impact, affecting almost all economic sectors, including education. However, we all must courageously face it by continuing our activities so that we can be ready when the recovery comes.
We are acting to the best of our ability to ensure the safety and well being of our students, staff and visitors.
Remember to respect hygiene rules, as being careful for others is also being careful for yourself.
Take care of yourself and your loved ones.
Since the beginning of 2019, BBI Luxembourg has been looking into opportunities to providing additional quality assurance in regards to its programmes. After a period of discussion and exchange between BBI Luxembourg and a variety of foreign institutions, the choice has finally been made towards an educational and validation partnership with Queen Margaret University.
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Even though all our students have left the building and are performing their internships, locally or abroad, work within the institute continues. Read all about it in our latest newsletter.
Wiltz, the city where BBI Luxembourg is located, is moving towards new living projects where sustainability is an important factor. By creating a circular economic model, the city of Wiltz, wants to reinject a new elan in to its local economy.
BBI Luxembourg will be offering a new course subject on Sustainable Development & Innovation within its revamped on-campus Master programme.
In the search of continuously improving its programme offerings, BBI Luxembourg has decided to add a new specialisation as of school year 2018-2019.
Thank you again for this wonderful visit & meeting with our Cape Verde students..!