Study in Luxembourg, tuition fee, cost of living and full list of universities

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Luxembourg is a green, hilly, forested, small country at the point where Germany, Belgium, and France would meet if Luxembourg weren’t there. It’s a rich European country, with the highest per capita income in the European Union. In fact, it’s home to the European Parliament. Everyone is too busy making money to even think about being bigoted.  Students want to study in Luxembourg because they want to be centrally located in mainland Europe. It is incredibly easy to get to major metropolitan cities like Paris, Brussels, Amsterdam, and Berlin. This makes Luxembourg an attractive study abroad destination, and increases the likelihood that you might want to study abroad in Luxembourg.. One of the most important Government priorities in the process of society integration should be the strengthening of the educational infrastructure of the national minorities living in Luxembourg.


Luxembourg City is a very photogenic place; it’s situated in a valley, and has a lot of neat old buildings and trees. Grapes are grown in the south of the country, while the north is a little hillier. This country makes an excellent destination for bicycle tourists, as there are roads everywhere, the scenery is pretty, the food is delicious, the people friendly, and you can always find cheaper hostels to stay. You’ll soon understand why those who come once tend to come back again and again. After all, a land that sings like this always deserves an encore.


                  Courses Offered

There are almost 400 international study programmes and courses taught entirely in English. For the international programmes and courses it is absolutely essential that you can speak, read and write English well. All type of courses are available in Luxembourg like Agriculture, forestry and fishery, Arts and Humanities, Business administration and management, Communication, Education and Teacher, Training, Engineering, Environmental Science, Fine and applied arts, Law, Mathematics and computer science, Medical and health sciences, Natural sciences, Service, tourism and leisure, Social and behavioural sciences, Transport and logistics, Urban planning and architecture.

 Average Fees & Living Expenses

Experience shows that to live in the Latvia for one year costs a foreign student         between €400 and € 650 a month. This is needed to cover daily expenses and to pay the registration and tuition fees.

                  Admission Requirements

For undergraduate studies

  • Senior Secondary School Leaving Certificate
  • Proof of English, e.g. O’level Credit pass in use of English, TOEFL or IELTS

                  For graduate studies

  • Senior Secondary School Leaving Certificate
  • Bachelor’s degree
  • Transcripts showing all courses and grades
  • Proof of English, e.g. TOEFL or IELTS Or a documented proof that your first degree was taught in English language can be accepted.

Luxembourg immigration procedures for academic visitors

Foreign students who wish to study or do an internship in the Luxembourg needto go through the Luxembourg immigration procedures. The same applies to guest lecturers, postdoctoral students, and researchers coming to the Luxembourg for academic purposes. Depending on what you are going to do and for how long you are staying, you might need:

  • a short-stay visa
  •  an authorization for temporary
  • a residence permit
  • a work permit


List of universities in Luxembourg.

University of Luxembourg is the only university in the country. You can click here to apply online:


Work and study

Foreign students in the Luxembourg are allowed to take a part-time job.


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  3. remy says

    pls can u guys help me get admissions to study in luxemborg or any other eyropen country at a very cheap price

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  4. Saru Koirala says

    I want to study forestry in luxembourg. As it is my subject of passion, i think i am capable to study forestry. I am biology students completing intermediate level. Could you please contact me for the details?

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