University of Luxembourg
The University of Luxembourg, located on Belval Campus and in Luxembourg City, Luxembourg, is a public research university of international, multilingual and interdisciplinary nature. The university offers numerous bilingual and multilingual study programs in French, English and German, as well as several masters and doctoral courses taught entirely in English. The university provides a cosmopolitan learning experience with 6,200 students from 120 countries and 250 academics from around the globe. In addition, all students with a Bachelor's degree must spend a mandatory semester abroad, reflecting the importance of mobility. Therefore, the university cooperates worldwide with nearly 90 partner universities.
University of Luxembourg Programs, Courses and Schools.
Currently, the university offers twelve bachelor programs, 42 master programs, seven doctoral schools, as well as 13 vocational and lifelong learning courses. In cooperation with industry, doctoral degrees can also be done. It is also possible to jointly supervise dissertations with other higher education institutions abroad. Approximately 860 financial experts, EU officials, managers, engineers, lawyers and other practitioners help our 250 teachers and senior lecturers in their teaching. Moreover, students benefit from the University's personal atmosphere. Tutoring is offered to the majority of 1st year Bachelor's students and teaching in small groups gives lecturers the opportunity and time to give individual guidance.
University of Luxembourg Campuses.
Luxembourg University is located on various campuses including Belval Campus, Kirchberg Campus and Limpertsberg Campus. As Belval Campus is a melting pot of various academic subjects, there are plenty of new opportunities for interdisciplinary partnerships, not only within the university but also with the Luxembourg Institute of Science and Technology (LIST) and the Luxembourg Institute of Socio-Economic Research (LISER), both located in the immediate vicinity. Campus Limpertsberg is located in the capital's residential district in a historic building built in 1903 on behalf of the Franciscan Order and used from 1926 to 1972 as a college for Catholic priests. The building currently partially houses the Law Faculty, the Faculty of Economics and Finance and the Science Faculty. Campus Kirchberg is located in a building complex that was formerly known as the European Union's "Institut Supérieur de Technologie" in the banking district of Kirchberg and partially houses the Science and Technology Faculty and the Interdisciplinary Center for Security, Reliability and Trust. A new campus, including parts of the Faculty of Law, Economics and Finance and the Max Planck Institute for International, European and Regulatory Procedural Law, will be built on the Kirchberg plateau in Luxembourg City in the coming years. The University offers students and staff a series of art workshops as well as a wide range of sporting activities. All courses are complimentary.
University of Luxembourg Rankings
The university was founded in 2003 and has already built a reputation as one of the world's best young universities. It ranked 11th in the 2017 Times Higher Young University Rankings and 178th in the 2016 Times Higher World University Rankings.
University of Luxembourg Application Requirements
University of Luxembourg Cost of studies
Bachelors: EUR 24,000
Fees may vary for each program. Please visit the program page for specific fees.
University of Luxembourg Deadlines
Deadlines may vary for each program. Please visit the program page for specific deadlines.
University of Luxembourg Rankings
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