From straightforward expertise through to research projects lasting several years: this is what the Lucerne School of Business is able to offer SMEs, companies and public services.
The Lucerne School of Business runs research and development projects on behalf of or in collaboration with companies and non-profit organisations.
Research projects where the business partner (client) covers at least 50% of expenditure – either in the form of their own practical contributions or actual funding – have a good chance of being co-funded by the Federal Commission for Technology and Innovation.
The Lucerne School of Business runs a number of its own smaller-scale research projects. The aim here is to establish an empirically supported knowledge base to contribute to specialist publications, workshops, new teaching material and services to business.
In their project assignments and final-year theses, students analyse practical problems as well as developing solution proposals that are both creative and methodologically well-founded. Interested companies are more than welcome to submit topics for such projects. The University’s Transfer Services can provide you with further details.
The Lucerne School of Business supports and promotes dissertation projects supervised by university professors. These projects serve to develop knowledge and expertise, and they provide the basis for complementary activities.
There are fluid boundaries between straightforward services and research projects. For details, see the Services section – or else drop in for an interview in person.
What is the status of research at the Lucerne School of Business? What makes it special? More from Research Project Leader Jürg Stettler. Only in German.
What forms of collaboration are possible and how do they differ? Jürg Stettler outlines the details. Only in German.
Who are potential clients and partners? How can a research project be financed? Jürg Stettler explains. Only in German.
Step by step, Jürg Stettler describes the whole process – from needs assessment to the fully funded research project. Only in German.
Research at the Lucerne School of Business is cutting edge: Head of Research Jürg Stettler describes the benefits and focal points. Only in German.