A broad understanding of business and its fundamentals is necessary in today's global environment. Graduates of the LUT Business School master's programmes will understand the principles of sustainable development and be able to promote them in practice through their actions.

At LUT, you will learn to question prevailing business practices and develop new types of entrepreneurship. As a graduate, will be able to help companies and other organisations to operate profitably and reap success in a sustainable way. You will become an active problem solver who do not merely adapt to a changing world but actually change the world yourself.

We are among the top 150 business schools in the world (THE World University Ranking by subject, 2023).
The employment rate of our graduates is 97% one years after graduation (Statistics Finland 2020).
Number of students in business programmes in 2022.

Master's programmes

Our specialised Master of Science programmes are targeted for both international and Finnish students with a Bachelor's degree in Business Administration, either completed in a university worldwide or in a University of Applied Sciences in Finland or in another EU/EEA country.

Applicants with a background in a field other than Business Administration are welcome to apply as well – there are however, additional requirements for them to be completed. The programmes require two years of full-time studies.

LUT Business School is accredited by AACSB (Association to Advance Collegiate Schools of Business). Additionally, Master's Programme in International Marketing Management is EFMD accredited. Both accreditations reflect our commitment to the continuous and systematic development of the quality of our education and ensure that our education meets the international standards set for higher education in the field of economics and business administration.

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