Saturday 20 March 2021
from 10.00 to 16.00
Saturday 20 March 2021
from 10.00 to 16.00
Our virtual Open Day is a public online event offering prospective students the opportunity to discover our highly sought-after study programmes, get to know our modern campus and student services and be introduced to the wide variety of research, conducted by our academic staff.
Live presentations of our study programmes (Bachelor’s and Master’s degrees) followed by live chats with our professors
Video presentations of the different student services on offer and live chats with the Career Centre, the student services, the student delegation and student associations
Q&A sessions for more information on admission process and accommodation options
Studying at the University of Luxembourg is a uniquely enriching experience. The University of Luxembourg is an international research university with a distinctly multilingual and interdisciplinary character. It is a modern institution with a personal atmosphere, situated on Belval campus and in Luxemburg city, close to European institutions, innovative companies and the financial centre.
With 6,783 student registration and staff from all over the globe, the University offers a unique mix of international excellence and national relevance, delivering knowledge for society and businesses. Founded in 2003 as the first and only public university of the Grand Duchy, we have already built a reputation among the best young universities in the world.
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The Luxembourg Learning Centre (LLC) is a space open to all. It offers services to guide you in your documentary searches. Its wide range of collections and the various available spaces offer a stimulating work environment, open to everyone.
As competition is strong in today’s job market, adding qualifications to your profile will bring you competitive advantages. This is one of the reasons why the University of Luxembourg decided to launch an Entrepreneurship Programme which gives the university community a possibility to participate in carefully designed elective courses, like JumpStart or Summer School, and initiatives like Ideation Camp, all of which allow our students to acquire transversal skills.
The University of Luxembourg Competence Centre is THE centre responsible for the development and management of university continuing education and lifelong training programmes. It sets up short training programmes as well as large-scale trainings – face-to-face, distance learning and hybrid courses -, organises MOOCs and e-learnings for different sectors and manages university certificates as well as 2 bachelor programmes in partnership with the University of Luxembourg.
Discover how SnT conducts internationally competitive research in information and communication technology, ICT, with high relevance creating socio-economic impact. SnT’s strategic research priorities are: Autonomous Vehicles, Cybersecurity, FinTech, Internet of Things, Secure and Compliant Data Management, Space Systems and Resources.
Check out these two videos to see how the C²DH engages in high-level research on the contemporary history of Luxembourg and Europe and shares its scholarly output with society in line with its public history strategy. The centre encourages an interdisciplinary approach with a particular interest in new digital methods and tools for historical research and teaching.
What if finding out how objects are maintained, repaired or disposed of could provide us with crucial information about the historical and political contexts that fostered the emergence of consumption habits, about the hidden societal and environmental dimensions of repair, and about how we might shift towards more sustainable consumption? That’s the aim of the REPAIR project.
The historical pavilion project was part of the programme of events organised for “Esch2022 – European Capital of Culture”. The idea was to explore the memories of inhabitants of the “Minett” region, to look back at their former living and working conditions and gauge their perceptions of how the region has changed from the Second World War to the present day. It was a chance to travel back in time to Luxembourg’s industrial heyday!
The University is committed to protecting the health and safety of our students, staff and the broader community. Our campus activities are in accordance with the governmental health guidelines.
In February 2021, the University has resumed its teaching activities in hybrid format. Some smaller classes have returned to in-person teaching on campus. Other larger groups continue in remote format. Students who need to attend online classes and lectures may receive guidance about how to study remotely at remote.uni.lu/study-remotely
If you are coming to campus to attend classes or use the University services and facilities, there are simple and important guidelines you need to follow to help keep our community safe. Please visit our dedicated website to find out more:
Our next virtual event
Wednesday 21 and Thursday 22 April 2021