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Courses taught in English

The University of Luxembourg has three different teaching languages: English, French and German. Exchange students can combine courses from different study programmes (generally within one faculty). The majority of the courses should be within the student’s area of study.

A comprehensive overview of courses taught entirely in English and open to incoming exchange students can be found below. Enrolment is subject to course availability and students will need to have the appropriate academic background for the courses requested. Please note that this is an indicative list and that this course offer might be subject to change.

Faculty of Language and Literature, Humanities, Arts and Education

For more information please contact Nathalie Charpentier, the mobility specialist.

Undergraduate programmes

Postgraduate programmes

  • European Cultures - English Studies
  • European Cultures - History
  • European Cultures - Philosophy

 

 

 

 

 

Faculty of Law, Economics and Finance

For more information please contact Stéphanie Anderson, the mobility specialist.

Undergraduate programmes

Postgraduate programmes

  • European Law (LL.M.) - First common year (M1)
  • Banking and Financial European Law (LL.M.)
  • European Law and Litigation (LL.M.)
  • European Economic and Financial Criminal Law (LL.M.)
  • European and International Tax Law (LL.M.)
  • European Private Law (LL.M.)
  • Space, Communication and Media Law (LL.M.)

The following three programmes are not open to exchange students unless there is a specific agreement between your home university and the University of Luxembourg.

 

 

 

Faculty of Science, Technology and Communication

For more information please contact Marielle Mabille, the mobility specialist.

Undergraduate programmes

Postgraduate programmes

  • Engineering
  • Science and Engineering

  • Science and Engineering - Physics

 

If you would like to apply as an exchange student (1 or 2 semesters), please visit the application page for Incoming students.

 

Contacts

If you would like to apply to follow a full study programme at the University of Luxembourg, please visit the application page for regular students or contact: seve.admission(at)uni.lu