Information Day

Saturday 20 November 2021 from 10.00 to 16.00

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Do you want to become a lawyer, or would you rather teach law?
Are you fascinated by psychology?
Would you like to study medicine?
You’re hesitant because you don't know what to study after leaving school?

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Welcome to the Information Day of the University of Luxembourg!

This orientation and information day will help you to discover our faculties and their study programmes (Bachelor’s and Master’s programmes, doctoral education and lifelong learning).

Take a virtual tour of our campuses and talk to our advisors who will be happy to assist you in choosing your study path and answer any questions you may have about the student life at the University of Luxembourg.

How to?

How does the Information Day work?


You already know what you want to study or you know the subject, but you are still uncertain? You have questions about a specific study programme or a particular field of study?

Go to the first part Programme Orientation and find the programme of your choice and discuss it with the study specialists.

Do you have general questions about studying at the University of Luxembourg or do you need information about the admission procedures or financing your studies? 

In either case, go to the second part
General Orientation
and choose one of the contact persons.


Do you want to know what student life at the University of Luxembourg is like? Would you like to know more about the services offered to students beside classes or how the University campuses look like?  

Go to part 3 Student Life Orientation for more information about student life and for a talk with our students.

Meet us on Webex

Waiting rooms

To offer everyone an individual and personalised exchange, waiting rooms (Lobby) are set up when clicking on Chat with…. After holding in the waiting room, your contact person will let you enter his or her private room to talk with you. During this waiting time, do not hesitate to:

We thank you for your patience and understanding.

How does the video chat work?

By clicking on the Chat with… buttons, you will be connected to Webex and asked to either download and install the software  required (smartphones, tablets and computers) or to Join from your browser (available only on PCs). We will then ask you to fill your name and e-mail address, so we know who we are talking to (we don’t keep your data).

Then click on Join Meeting.

If you encounter technical problems, feel free to restart the video chat or refresh the page.

Talk to our advisors

1. Programme Orientation

Already know your field of study or would you like to know more?
Watch the video presenting the fields of study and meet the study advisor in charge of each faculty.

Science, Technology and Medicine

  • Bachelor en Sciences de la Vie – filière Biologie
  • Bachelor en Médecine
  • Master in Integrated Systems Biology
  • International Master of Science in Biomedicine
  • European Master of Small Animal Veterinary Medicine
  • Bachelor in Applied Information Technology
  • Bachelor in Applied Information Technology – Continuing Education Programme
  • Bachelor in Computer Science
  • Master in Information and Computer Sciences
  • Master in Information System Security Management
  • Master in Interdisciplinary Space Master
  • Master in Technopreneurship
  • Master en Développement et Validation du Logiciel
  • Bachelor en Ingénierie
    • Électrotechnique 
    • Énergie et Environnement
    • Génie Civil
    • Génie Civil et Management en Europe
    • Génie Mécanique
    • Ingénierie Numérique
  • Master en Développement Durable
  • Master of Science in Civil Engineering – Megastructure Engineering with Sustainable Resources
  • Master of Science in Engineering – Sustainable Product Creation
  • Master en Sciences de l’Ingénieur – Efficacité Énergétique et Économique
  • Bachelor en Mathématiques
  • Master en Enseignement Secondaire – Mathématiques
  • Master in Mathematics
    • General Mathematics 
    • Financial Mathematics
    • Industrial Mathematics
  • Master of Data Science
  • Bachelor in Physics
  • Bachelor Saar-Lor-Lux in Physics
  • Master of Science in Physics
  • Master Saar-Lor-Lux-Gre in Physics

Law, Economics and Finance

  • Bachelor en Gestion 
    • filière Assurances
    • filière Banques
    • filière Entreprises
  • Bachelor en Sciences Économiques
  • Bachelor en Comptabilité et Fiscalité
  • Master in Accounting and Audit
  • Master in Entrepreneurship and Innovation
  • Master in Logistics and Supply Chain Management
  • Master of Science in Finance and Economics
    • Banking
    • Investment Management
    • Risk Management
    • Financial Economics
    • Sustainable Finance
    • Digital Transformation in Finance
  • Master of Science in Quantitative Economics and Finance
  • Master in Wealth Management
  • Bachelor en Droit
  • Master en Droit Européen (LL.M.) – Première année (M1) Tronc commun
  • Master en Droit Bancaire et Financier Européen (LL.M.)
  • Master en Droit et Contentieux de l’Union Européenne (LL.M.)
  • Master in European Economic and Financial Criminal Law (LL.M.)
  • Master in European and International Tax Law (LL.M.)
  • Master in European Business Law (LL.M.)
  • Master in Space, Communication and Media Law (LL.M.)

Humanities, Education and Social Sciences

  • Bachelor of Science in Psychology
  • Master en Gérontologie
  • Master of Science in Psychology
    • Psychological Intervention Track
  • Master in Psychotherapy
  • Bachelor en Sciences de l’Éducation
  • Bachelor en Sciences Sociales et Éducatives
  • Bachelor en Enseignement Musical
  • Master en Médiation
  • Master of Science in Psychology
    • Evaluation and Assessment Track
  • Master in Architecture 
  • Master in Border Studies
  • Master in Geography and Spatial Planning
  • Bachelor en Animation
  • Bachelor en Cultures Européennes
    • filière English Studies
    • filière Études Françaises
    • filière Germanistik
    • filière Histoire
    • filière Philosophie
  • Master en Enseignement Secondaire
    • Langue et littérature allemandes 
    • Langue et littérature françaises
    • Langue et littératures luxembourgeoises
  • Master en Études Franco-Allemandes : Communication et Coopération Transfrontalières
  • Master en Histoire Européenne Contemporaine
  • Master in Learning and Communication in Multilingual and Multicultural Contexts
  • Master in Modern and Contemporary European Philosophy
  • Master Theaterwissenschaft und Interkulturalität
  • Trinationaler Master in Literatur-, Kultur- und Sprachgeschichte des deutschsprachigen Raums
  • Master in Transnational German Studies
  • Master in Legislative Studies
  • Master in European Governance
  • Master in Management und Coaching im Bildungs- und Sozialwesen
  • Master in Social Sciences and Educational Sciences

2. General Orientation

Do you have questions about studying at the University of Luxembourg, career opportunity or about the admission procedure, registration or other administrative questions (housing, mobility, etc.)?

Department of Student Life and Studies (SEVE):

From 10.00 to 16.00:

Career Centre:

From 10.00 to 16.00:

3. Student Life Orientation

A question about accomodation, student associations, studentlife and outgoing?

From 10.00 to 13.00:

From 13.00 to 16.00:


When choosing a Bachelor’s degree, you need to make sure that it prepares you for the job you want. A degree is not a goal but a means to an end. The questions below will help you in your choice:

  • What is the Bachelor’s programme (lectures, tutorials, seminars, electives, etc.)?
  • What are the opportunities of this Bachelor’s degree?
  • Are internships included in the programme?
  • What are the possibilities during the mobility semester?
  • What is the average time to get hired for a first job after graduation?
  • Is it possible to continue studying for a Master’s degree?

By participating in our Open Day (19 March, 2022), you will be able to find out more about our different programmes.

All applications to our programmes must be submitted online. No paper version of the application form is available. Before filling out the online application form, please make sure you take the time to familiarise with the study programme and its entry requirements (you can consult our website here:

Once you have completed the online application, you will need to upload all required documents to our platform. The University will inform you of the outcome of your application by email. As a general rule, it takes about 4 to 6 weeks from the time we receive your application. However, for some courses, the decision is only communicated after the deadline for submission of the application.

Most of our Bachelor’s programmes last for 3 years (equivalent to 6 semesters), with the exception of the Bachelor’s degree in Educational Sciences which lasts 4 years (8 semesters).

Access to all Bachelor’s programmes is subject to a selection process based on applications (one application per programme, with a limit of three applications per candidate). Each application is evaluated by a selection committee.


  • There is an entrance exam for the Bachelor in Educational Sciences.

Access to all Master’s programmes is subject to selection on the basis of applications (one application per programme, with a limit of 3 applications per candidate). Each application is evaluated by a selection committee.

The languages of instruction of the courses vary. Most Bachelors are bilingual: French/English or French/German, sometimes even trilingual. You will find this information under this link:

In the Faculty of Science, Technology and Medicine as well as in the Faculty of Law, Economics and Finance, Master’s programmes are taught in English, for the most part. Some are bilingual French/English.

In the Faculty of Humanities, Education and Social Sciences, most of the Master’s programmes are bilingual and trilingual. You can find more information about this under this link:

NB: Language tests are required, an explanatory table listing the tests required according to your situation will be available online soon on

The University of Luxembourg has 33 residences, 1000 units in all, spread over the centre and south of the country.

Our university housing park is reserved exclusively for students (Bachelor’s, Master’s or doctoral degree) enrolled at the University of Luxembourg in full-time education.

To apply for accommodation:

  • You need your student ID (10 characters) which was given to you when you applied online at SEVE Admission. You will find your student ID on the top right of the application form!
  • From 1 July 2022 (subject to change), you can apply for accommodation, even if your registration with SEVE Admission has not yet been finalised.

Choice of residence:

  • You do not have the possibility to choose the student residence in which you wish to live. However, you can express a wish when you apply for accommodation.
  • Pending on the availability of the moment, SEVE Logement will try to allocate the rooms according to the number of people in the residence.

For more information about the application process, please visit this link:

If you have a question about the admission procedure or about your admission file, you can send an email to:

If you have a question about student accommodation, you can send an email to:

If you have a question about the mobility semester, you can send an email to:

Virtual tour of the university campus

As if you were there! Take a virtual stroll around our facilities and discover what makes the University of Luxembourg unique! Immerse yourself in the university atmosphere.

19 March 2022

Open Day

Do you want to know more about our programmes? Do you have questions about applying for September 2022? Come and meet us at the Belval campus and talk to our guidance advisors, teaching staff and students.

During the Open Day of the University of Luxembourg, the Belval Campus will open its doors to the public! This day event will be held on Saturday, 19 March 2022 and will allow you to discover the University of Luxembourg, its buildings and the different services. All Bachelor’s and Master’s programmes will be presented in detail; guided tours of the Campus will also be on the programme.