University of Luxembourg

University of Luxembourg

Multilingual. Personalised. Connected.

The University of Luxembourg is the major player in the field of higher education in Luxembourg. Founded in 2003, Uni is a public university.

The University of Luxembourg is distinguished by its multilingual and international character. The Uni organizes numerous exchanges with other universities around the world. Students in the Bachelor’s program must spend a semester abroad on a university exchange.

In addition, the Uni also has 3 research centers. This is clearly the will of the Luxembourg state, which invests massively in the field of research.

The University of Luxembourg welcomes more than 6,800 international students. Its staff is drawn from all over the world.

The Uni is a reflection of the population of Luxembourg.

The main campus is located in Belval in the municipality ofEsch-sur-Alzette.

Other campuses are located in the Kirchberg and Limpertsberg districts of Luxembourg.

University education in Luxembourg

Students wishing to pursue their higher education in Luxembourg have three faculties at their disposal.

They can follow bachelor’s (17 bachelors), master’s (46 masters) and doctoral (PhD) courses. 23 programs are taught only in English.

Students can also obtain bilingual and trilingual diplomas, as well as qualifying and continuing education.

Faculty of Science, Technology and Medicine (FSTM)

FSTM offers expertise in the fields of mathematics, physics, engineering, computer science, life sciences and medicine.

8 bachelor’s degrees, 18 master’s degrees and 1 doctorate allow students to learn thanks to an internationally renowned teaching team. In addition, they can also be involved in research projects, in conjunction with companies and institutions.

The courses are multilingual;

Faculty of Law, Economics and Finance (FDEF)

Within its 3 departments, Law, Finance and Economics and Management, students can follow a Bachelor, Master and Doctorate degree. In addition, it is also possible to attend continuing education programs.

The Department of Economics and Management also offers access training on logistics with the Luxembourg Centre for Logistics and Supply Chain Management.

This faculty is oriented towards a European and international training.

Faculty of Humanities, Education and Social Sciences (FHSE)

The Faculty of Letters, Humanities, Arts and Educational Sciences offers training related to education and teaching, psychology, humanities, linguistics, cognitive, social and educational sciences.

Students can follow a curriculum of § bachelors, 20 masters and 1 doctorate. .

  • the Faculty of Law, Economics and Finance located on the Limpertsberg campus for courses in law, economics and management. The Luxembourg School of Finance offers a banking specialization.

It is compulsory to study one semester abroad in a Bachelor’s degree. The training courses are held in several languages: French/English, French/German or even trilingual or entirely in English.

All Bachelor’s and Master’s degree programs as well as doctoral studies can be consulted on the University’s website.

3 interdisciplinary centres

The cooperation between the different scientific disciplines is reflected in the presence of 3 interdisciplinary centers.

  • Interdisciplinary Centre for Security, Reliability and Trust,
  • Luxembourg Centre for Systems Biomedicine,
  • The C2 DH – Luxembourg Centre for Contemporary and Digital History.

Research centers

The Luxembourg government has made innovation a pillar of its national strategy. It wishes to diversify its economy and to develop in a sustainable way, towards activities with high added value.

The University of Luxembourg aims to become a leader in the field of research at the international level.

The teaching programs are of high quality. The University of Luxembourg enters the ranking of the best universities in the world.

Professors Stéphane Bordas, Michael Heneka, Alexandre Tkatchenko and Paul Wilmes from the University of Luxembourg are among the “Highly Cited Researchers” published by Clarivate in 2022.

The University of Luxembourg also offers students the opportunity to join its incubation program located on the Belval campus.

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For more information on these faculties and centres, visit theuni.lu website.

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