Study in Luxembourg
- online registration on the institution's website
- EU students: April-August
- non-EU students: January-March
- University: between 200 and 400 € per semester
- BTS: 100 € per semester
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Why choose Luxembourg?
The higher education offer has developed strongly in recent years, especially in new short vocational courses (BTS - Brevet de Technicien Supérieur). The University of Luxembourg is the only public university in the country and attracts nearly 6800 students from 130 different countries every year.
For the quality of its education
The University of Luxembourg has been ranked 20th in the 2021 list of universities under 50 years of age by the Times Higher Education (THE) for
- its international, multilingual and multicultural environment
- the rapid development of research in targeted fields: bio-medicine, finance, information and communication technologies, multilingualism, ...
- training courses connected to the professional world with a large offer of internships
- its human dimension with a generalised tutoring in the 1st year
Important: Only the study programmes listed in this table are eligible for financial support and recognised (please note the validity dates of the accreditation!).
For its location in the heart of Europe
A few hours from the major capitals, Luxembourg is one of the most important financial centres in Europe. The city hosts several European Union institutions including the Court of Justice of the European Union and the European Court of Auditors.
For its quality of life
Indeed, it is good to live in Luxembourg! The Grand Duchy, politically, socially and economically very stable, is a small country full of contrasts, with a superb nature and an impressive cultural scene ... The standard of living in the richest country of the European Union is very high. In short, a country to discover! But beware: Plan your budget well in advance!
For its diversified economy
While the financial sector is its main driver, the Luxembourg economy is taking its future in hand to diversify into innovative sectors such as information and communication technologies (ICT), health sciences and technologies and eco-technologies, logistics, the space sector etc.