Luxury Connect launches India’s first luxury business school

Luxury Connect launches India's first and only luxury Business School

Luxury Connect Business School

June 17, 2014: Luxury Connect, a boutique consulting organization based in India, has recently launched India’s first and only ‘Luxury B School’. Designed on a unique ‘Boutique School platform ’, the campus has been created in the Gurgoan region of Delhi NCR. Spread over 10,000 sq ft, this wi fi enabled campus boasts of state of the art learning facilities with luxurious classrooms, lecture-shops, library, resource centre, language and personality development facilities.
Faculty includes Indian and international industry experts, practicing veterans and educationists. The school has collaborated with International University of Monaco and has twinning programs in place where LCBS students spend one semester at the IUM campus.
Specially designed programs would guide students towards various fields of luxury sectors. Management programs include full time student education leading to a ‘Post Graduate Diploma in Luxury Management (PGDLM)’. Those wanting to specialise in the art of luxury customer handling, could enroll into the ‘Customer Service & Experience Culture (CSEC)’ diploma program.
Executive education section has also been expanded to offer an online program for busy or remote based executives. This one month ‘LBM – OL’ program is a condensed capsule model of the existing six month ‘Executive Diploma in Luxury Management (EDLM)’.
Based on an aptitude test, followed by a rigorous interview process, admissions are currently on for all the programs. For more information, contact: [email protected] or visit

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