Virtual

Bachelor's
Days

Wednesday 21 to Thursday 22 April 2021
from 16.00 to 19.00

Registrations are open from 6 to 18 April 2021

Our Bachelor’s Days is a two-day virtual event designed to introduce future undergraduate students to our University’s unique learning experience and highly sought-after courses. This is a free online event for students looking to further their education by pursuing a Bachelor’s degree in some of today’s most popular fields of study.

Simply register via the above link and join us on 21 & 22 April 2021, 16.00 to 19.00, for two fun and interactive days involving live presentations of our bachelor’s programmes, live chats with our student administration staff, as well as, a virtual tour of our unique University Campus, all delivered to you via our, specially designed, online platform.

Welcome to the Bachelor’s Days of the University of Luxembourg!

How do the Bachelor's Days work?

If you have not had the chance to discover our Bachelor’s programmes, please take a moment to explore our Bachelor’s section and familiarise with the vast range of Bachelor’s degrees currently on offer at the University of Luxembourg.

Once informed about your study options, click on “Register now” to reserve your place in our Bachelor’s Days. You will be redirected to our registration page and asked to select the live presentations that you wish to attend. You are welcome to register for more than one presentation, however, please make sure you cross-check the timeslots as these might overlap for some of our presentations. Details on the schedule of the different presentations will be given on the registration form.

Shortly after registering your interest in one or more Bachelor’s presentations, a confirmation of your registration will be sent to your email address. Between 19 and 20 April, you will receive an email with instructions on how to join the live presentations. If you have any questions in the meantime, please contact carole.dessart@uni.lu. 

During the presentations, our Professors will introduce themselves and give a brief introduction to our University. They will then present their Bachelor’s study programme in detail (e.g. structure of the programme, modules, entry requirements and details on exams, as well as, internships, job opportunities, etc.). Some presentations will involve current students or members of our alumni community talking about their own experience studying with us. At the end of each presentation, you will have the opportunity to interact with our professors and students and ask them your own questions!

Administrative orientation

Do you have a question about the admission procedure, registration 
or other administrative questions (accommodation, mobility semester, etc.)?
Meet people in charge of the studies and student life department.

Wednesday 21 and Thursday 22 February 2021
from 16.00 to 18.00

Virtual tour of the University

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.

Why study at the University of Luxembourg

Young, international and multilingual university

Founded in 2003, it is the first and only public university in Luxembourg | More than 129 nationalities are represented here | Bilingual and trilingual study programmes

Recognised university

Good performance in international and European rankings | Internationally renowned professors

Strategic geographic situation

The University of Luxembourg is located in the heart of Europe | Close to the European institutions and the vibrant financial centre for Luxembourg.

High quality modern infrastructure

Campus | Luxembourg Learning Centre | advanced technology laboratories and equipment

A dynamic student life

Student associations | art, sports and wellness courses on campus | business-oriented projects by students (Incubator)

Complete training offer

Bachelor’s and Master’s Programmes | Doctoral studies

An optimal learning environment

Individual supervision | small-size classes | interactive classes

Solid links with industry

Possibility to perform internships and study projects in a range of companies

Excellent career opportunities

Easy access to the national and international labour market

Flexibility and support for students during the health crisis

Hybrid mode of teaching (half digital, half face-to-face) | equipment loan

Frequently asked questions

Whatever the discipline, choosing a Bachelor’s degree means choosing a specialisation correlating with a professional project and a profession that you would like to follow in the future. A diploma is not a goal but a means to reach your goal. Ask yourself the following questions:

  • What is the programme of study like (modules and structure, mobility options, internships, etc.)?
  • What are the learning outcomes of the programme?
  • Does the programme offer partnerships with companies?
  • Are internships included in the training?
  • What is the average timeframe for getting hired upon graduation?
  • Is it possible to continue your studies towards a  Bachelor’s degree at the University of Luxembourg?

All applications to our programmes must be submitted online. Before filling out the online application form, please make sure you take the time to familiarize with the study programme and its entry requirements.

Once you have completed the online application form, you will need to download all required documents from our website. We will inform you on the outcome of your application either by post or email, within 4 to 6 weeks upon receipt of your application.

Most of our Bachelor’s programmes last for 3 years (equivalent to 6 semesters).

A limited number of programmes last for 2 years. All of our Bachelor’s are also offered for study on a part-time basis. If you opt for the part-time option, the duration of the programme would be double compared to the duration of the full-time programme.

The admissions to our Bachelors are based on the evaluation conducted by our selection committee.

All our Bachelors are at least bilingual while some are trilingual. Classes are taught in English, French and German.

The University of Luxembourg owns 35 student residences with a total of 1,097 units. Some units are located in Luxembourg City with the majority spread around the Southern communes of the country, in close proximity to our Belval campus.

From July onwards, we welcome applications for student accommodation from:

  • Future students of the University of Luxembourg, i.e. students who will be joining the University of Luxembourg at the start of the next academic year;
  • Students of incoming mobility;
  • Students already enrolled at the University of Luxembourg (Bachelors, Masters).

For information on how to apply for accommodation, please check our website.

For additional questions on the admission procedure or your admission file, please email seve.admission@uni.lu

If you have questions about our student accommodation, please email seve.logement@uni.lu

If you have questions about the mobility semester, please email seve.mobility@uni.lu

For any questions regarding our study programmes, please email carole.dessart@uni.lu

Bachelor en Sciences de la Vie - filière Biologie

Admission requirements

Secondary school diploma in Luxembourg or foreign diploma recognised as equivalent by the Ministry of Education

Language skills: level B2 in French and English

Selection on the basis of scientific subjects (max. 30 places):

average grade in the secondary school leaving examination

marks in science subjects on the high school leaving examination

grades in science subjects on all transcripts for the last three years of high school

 

Languages

French, English


Tuition fees

400 €/semester (Semesters 1&2)

200 €/semester (Semesters 3 to 6)


Duration of the programme

6 semesters


Study abroad or compulsory internship(s)

mobility semester

Career opportunities

Professor of biology, biologist, bioinformatician, researcher

For more information, visit our website.

Bachelor en Médecine

Admission requirements

Secondary school leaving certificate, preferably in a scientific section or an international or foreign diploma recognised as equivalent by the Ministry of Education
Official C1 certificates in French and German from an accredited language school or 7 years spent in Luxembourgish education
Selection on the basis of scientific subjects (max. 125 places) :

  • average grade in the final exam at the end of secondary schooling
  • marks in science subjects in the secondary school leaving examination
  • grades in science subjects on all transcripts for the last three years of high school

 

Languages

French, German, English

Tuition fees

400 €/semester (Semesters 1&2)

200 €/semester (Semesters 3 to 6)

Duration of the programme

6 semesters


Study abroad or compulsory internship(s)

in discussion

 

Career opportunities

General practitioner or specialist

For more information, visit our website.

Bachelor in Applied Information Technology

Admission requirements

Luxembourgish secondary school diploma or foreign diploma recognised as equivalent by the Luxembourg Ministry of Education

Languages: B2 level in English and B1 level in French

Selection based on grades especially in mathematics, informatics, and other natural science or technical subjects

Languages

English, French


Tuition fees

400 €/semester (Semesters 1&2)

200 €/semester (Semesters 3 to 6)


Duration of the programme

6 semesters


Study abroad or compulsory internship(s)

1 semester of internship


Career opportunities

Network administrator, IT developer, software engineer, webmaster

For more information, visit our website.

Bachelor in Applied Information Technology - Continuing Education Programme

Admission requirements

Bac+2 with a minimum of 3 years of professional experience in the IT domain, or a “Diplôme de fin d’études secondaires/Diplôme de technicien” with a minimum of 6 years of professional experience in the IT domain.

Languages: B2 level in English and B1 level in French

Selected candidates must be granted the equivalent of 100 ECTS for their professional experience by the “commission de validation des acquis professionnels de l’Université”.

 

Languages

English, French

 

Tuition fees

6500€ for the 4 semesters

 

Duration of the programme

2 year part-time programme / 4 semesters (80 ECTS)

 

Study abroad or compulsory internship(s)

/

 

Career opportunities

Developers, Business analysts, network administrators, web masters in all IT-related professional sectors

 

For more information, visit our website.

Bachelor in Computer Science

Admission requirements

Luxembourgish secondary school diploma or foreign diploma recognised as equivalent by the Luxembourg Ministry of Education

Language: level B2 in English

CV + Motivation letter​

Level in scientific courses during high school

Language

English


Tuition fees

400 €/semester (Semesters 1&2)

200 €/semester (Semesters 3 to 6)


Duration of the programme

6 semesters


Study abroad or compulsory internship(s)

mobility semester


Career opportunities

Software engineer, Cyber-security engineer, Data scientist, Artificial Intelligence Expert

Teacher at all level of education, Researcher in industry or academia

For more information, visit our website.

Bachelor im Ingenieurwesen

Admission requirements

Secondary or technical secondary school diploma in Luxembourg or foreign diploma recognised as equivalent by the Ministry of National Education or Technician diploma

Language proficiency: level B2 in German, level B1 in French, level B1 in English

Languages

German, French, English

Tuition fees

400 €/semester (Semesters 1&2)

200 €/semester (Semesters 3 to 6)


Duration of the programme

6 semesters


Study abroad or compulsory internship(s)

mobility semester


Career opportunities

Engineer, civil engineer, mechanical engineer, electrical engineer, energy engineer

For more information, visit our website.

Bachelor en Mathématiques

Admission requirements

Secondary school diploma in Luxembourg or foreign diploma recognized as equivalent by the Ministry of National Education

Proficiency in languages: French (level B2) and English (level B1)

Languages

French, English

Tuition fees

400 €/semester (Semesters 1&2)

200 €/semester (Semesters 3 to 6)


Duration of the programme

6 semesters


Study abroad or compulsory internship(s)

mobility semester


Career opportunities

Teacher, financial analyst, statistician, researcher, econometrician

For more information, visit our website.

Bachelor in Physics

Admission requirements

Secondary school diploma in Luxembourg or foreign diploma recognised as equivalent by the Ministry of National Education

Proficiency in languages: English (level B2) and French (level B1)

Languages

English and French


Tuition fees

400 €/semester (Semesters 1&2)

200 €/semester (Semesters 3 to 6)


Duration of the programme

6 semesters


Study abroad or compulsory internship(s)

mobility semester


Career opportunities

Physicist, Materials scientist, Physics teacher, Physics professor, Researcher, Scientist

For more information, visit our website.

Bachelor en Droit

Admission requirements
Access to the Bachelor in Law requires a secondary school diploma and is subject to a numerus clausus.

Secondary school diploma in Luxembourg (classic, European, international or technical high school) or abroad (in this case the diploma should be first recognised as equivalent to Luxembourg’s by the Luxembourg Ministry of national education).

Languages
French, English


Tuition fees

400 €/semester (Semesters 1&2)
200 €/semester (Semesters 3 to 6)


Duration of the programme

6 semesters


Study abroad or compulsory internship(s)

Students enrolled on the Bachelor in Law degree course are given the choice of completing either a placement or a dissertation during the third and final year of the Bachelor degree course.


Career opportunities

Most legal careers require long studies (bachelor and master). The Bachelor in Law at the University of Luxembourg leads to several master programmes in law with different specialisations, either abroad or in Luxembourg. Luxembourg’s transnational Bachelor in Law, through its intercultural approach and its flexibility, has the advantage of better preparing students for continuing their studies in a variety fields and in different countries.

For more information, visit our website.

Bachelor en Sciences Économiques

Admission requirements

Access to the first year of the Bachelor degree course is open to students with a secondary school leaving certificate or certificate from a technical college, or diploma or certificate from a foreign education organisation recognised as equivalent by the Luxembourg minister whose remit includes education. Admission to the first year is limited to 180 students. Admission criteria: Student’s results for the previous and current year and a letter of motivation.

Languages
French, English


Tuition fees

400 €/semester (Semesters 1&2)
200 €/semester (Semesters 3 to 6)


Duration of the programme

6 semesters

During the sixth semester students will have the opportunity to choose between two tracks:

  • Finance
  • Strategy and Innovation


Study abroad or compulsory internship(s)
A mandatory mobility period of a minimum of one semester at a university abroad is required by the Law on the establishment of the University of Luxembourg. For students who start their studies at the University of Luxembourg, this stay abroad must take place in the 3rd, 4th or 5th semester. To facilitate mobility, the University has concluded agreements with host universities.


Career opportunities
The Bachelor in Sciences Economiques is designed to prepare its graduate to pursue studies primarily in a Master’s degree in the field of economics, finance or management, at the University of Luxembourg or abroad.

It can also be the gateway to business school or master’s degrees in specialties other than those mainly taught, such as politics or economic law.

Professional careers: in the various banking segments, corporate management as well as national, regional and local government offices.

For more information, visit our website.

Bachelor en Gestion

Admission requirements
Admission to the first year is limited to 180 students. Admission criteria: Student’s results for the previous and current year and a letter of motivation.

Languages
French, English


Tuition fees
400 €/semester (Semesters 1&2)
200 €/semester (Semesters 3 to 6)


Duration of the programme
6 semesters


Study abroad or compulsory internship(s)
A mandatory mobility period of a minimum of one semester at a university abroad is required by the Law on the establishment of the University of Luxembourg.

The mobility can be done regarding the semester you initially registered. To facilitate mobility, the University has concluded agreements with host universities.

During the final semester a placement in a business, a spart of which students write a report and subsequently discuss it in a viva voce examination is mandatory.


Career opportunities
The aim of the corporate management specialisation is to train managers who are highly skilled in business management methods (audit and corporate governance, in particular) and have in-depth knowledge of the economic, social and legal environment in the Grand-Duchy of Luxembourg.

The specialisations based on management of insurance companies and management of banks prepare students for work in the financial sector. Students receive training in professions relating to private banking and investment funds.

For more information, visit our website.

Bachelor en Comptabilité et Fiscalité

Admission requirements
To be considered in the Bachelor en Comptabilité et Fiscalité, students must undergo a selection process. The candidate must demonstrate the acquisition of 60 ECTS when applying. For more information on how to apply, please consult our application for admission section.

Languages
French, English


Tuition fees

200 €/semester

Duration of the programme
4 semester – 120 ECTS

Study abroad or compulsory internship(s)
A mandatory mobility period of a minimum of one semester at a university abroad is required by the Law on the establishment of the University of Luxembourg. To facilitate mobility, the University has concluded agreements with host universities in Germany and Belgium. An internship is required during the last semester.


Career opportunities

Administrative, accounting and tax services of private companies or the public sector

For more information, visit our website.

Bachelor of Science in Psychology

Admission requirements
Luxembourg “Diplôme de fin d’études secondaires” or “secondaires techniques” or a foreign equivalent recognised by the Ministry of National Education
Language skills: German at C1 level, French and English at B2 level

The selection is based on the application dossier, a motivation letter and a personal interview.

Languages
German, French, English


Tuition fees

400 €/semester (semesters 1&2)
200 €/semester (semesters 3 to 6)


Duration of the programme

6 semesters


Study abroad or compulsory internship(s)

1 mandatory mobility semester
1 mandatory internship


Career opportunities
To become a psychologist, students are required to complete a Master’s degree in Psychology. The Bachelor of Science in Psychology is internationally recognised. Students can continue their studies at the University of Luxembourg or any other European university.

For more information, visit our website.

Bachelor en Sciences de l’Éducation

Admission requirements

Luxembourg “Diplôme de fin d’études secondaires” or “secondaires techniques” or a foreign equivalent recognised by the Ministry of National Education

Successful completion of the admission exam. Due to the sanitary situation, the admission exam for 2021-2022 is canceled. Please check the programme’s webpage for more information about the current admission procedures.

Language skills: German, French, Luxembourgish, English at B2 level

Languages

German, French, Luxembourgish, English


Tuition fees

400 €/semester (semesters 1&2)

200 €/semester (semesters 3 to 8)


Duration of the programme

8 semesters


Study abroad or compulsory internship(s)

1 mandatory mobility semester

1 internship during each semester (except for the mobility semester)


Career opportunities

Teaching career in all cycles of Luxembourg’s primary school system and in schools providing special needs education or pursuit of a Master’s degree at the University of Luxembourg (e.g. Master in Social Sciences and Educational Sciences and Master in Psychology: Evaluation and Assessment at the University of Luxembourg) or any other university.

For more information, visit our website.

Bachelor en Sciences Sociales et Éducatives

Admission requirements

Luxembourg “Diplôme de fin d’études secondaires” or “secondaires techniques” or a foreign equivalent recognised by the Ministry of National Education

Language skills: German and French at B2 level

The selection is based on the application dossier, a motivation letter and a personal interview

Languages

German, French

Tuition fees

400 €/semester (semesters 1&2)

200 €/semester (semesters 3 to 6)

 

Duration of the programme

6 semesters

 

Study abroad or compulsory internship(s)

1 mandatory mobility semester

2 mandatory internships

 

Career opportunities

Career in the social, psycho-social, socio-educational, socio-economic, socio-cultural sector or pursuit of a Master’s degree in the field of social and educational sciences (e.g. Master in Social Sciences and Educational Sciences at the University of Luxembourg). In Luxembourg, the degree gives access to the regulated profession of “assistant social”.

For more information, visit our website.

Bachelor en Cultures Européennes

Track English Studies

Track Études Françaises

Track Germanistik

Track Histoire

Track Philosophie

Admission requirements

Luxembourg “Diplôme de fin d’études secondaires” or “secondaires techniques” or a foreign equivalent recognised by the Ministry of National Education

Language skills:

  • Track English Studies: English at C1 level, German or French (2nd language) at B2 level, German or French (3rd language) at A2 level
  • Track Études Françaises : French at C1 level, German or English (2nd language) at B2 level, German or English (3rd language) at A2 level
  • Track Germanistik : German at C1 level, English or French (2nd language) at B2 level, English or French (3rd language) at A2 level
  • Track Histoire : 1st langage at C1 level (French, German or English), 2nd and 3rd language at B2 level (French, German, English)
  • Track Philosophie : 1st langage at C1 level (English, French or German), 2nd language at B2 level (English, French, German) and the third language (English, French or German) at B1 level.

The selection is based on the application dossier, a motivation letter or an admission essay.

Languages

English, French, German


Tuition fees

400 €/semester (semesters 1&2)

200 €/semester (semesters 3 to 6)


Duration of the programme

6 semesters


Study abroad or compulsory internship(s)

1 mandatory mobility semester


Career opportunities

Pursuit of a Master’s degree at the University of Luxembourg or any other university, teaching career in secondary schools (a Master’s degree is compulsory), career in libraries or archives, human resources, cultural centres and communications e.g. in journalism, the media (radio, television, digital media, theatre), public relations

For more information, visit our website.

Bachelor in Animation

Admission requirements

Luxembourg “Diplôme de fin d’études secondaires” or “secondaires techniques” or a foreign equivalent recognised by the Ministry of National Education, 60 ECTS accredited by the BTS in Animation Design (Lycée des Arts et Métiers, Luxembourg) or any other equivalent study programme or at least 3 years of professional experience in the field of animation design.

Language skills: English and French at B2 level

The selection is based on the application dossier.

Languages

English, French

Tuition fees

200€/semester


Duration of the programme

4 semesters


Study abroad or compulsory internship(s)

1 mandatory mobility semester

2 mandatory internships


Career opportunities

Career in a studio as concept artist, layout artist, animator, background artist, storyboard Artist, 2D generalist; 3D modeler, texture artist, 3D Animator, or freelance filmmaker, director, producer, animator, or pursuit of a Master’s degree in Computer Animation, Media Studies, Gaming, or Cinema

Bachelor en Enseignement Musical

Admission requirements

Luxembourg “Diplôme de fin d’études secondaires” or “secondaires techniques” or a foreign equivalent recognised by the Ministry of National Education

Language skills: German, French, Luxembourgish and English at B2 level

The selection is based on the application dossier, a motivation letter and an audition at the conservatory

Languages

German, French, Luxembourgish and English

Tuition fees

400 €/semester (semesters 1&2)

200 €/semester (semesters 3 to 6)


Duration of the programme

6 semesters


Study abroad or compulsory internship(s)

1 mandatory mobility semester

1 internship each semester (except for the mobility semester)


Career opportunities

Music teacher at a conservatory, in a regional, local or private music school, primary schools, childcare facilities and nuseries.

For more information, visit our website.