About the University

Founded in 2003, the University of Luxembourg is the only public university of the Grand Duchy of Luxembourg.
Multilingual, international and research-oriented, it is also a modern institution with a personal atmosphere.

About us
  • Founded in 2003
  • Multilingual, international, research-oriented
  • 850 scientific and research staff supporting 242 professors, assistant
  • professors and lecturers in their teaching
  • Close to the European institutions and to Luxembourg’s financial centre
Three faculties, three interdisciplinary centres
  • The Faculty of Science, Technology and Medicine (FSTM)
  • The Faculty of Law, Economics and Finance (FDEF)
  • The Faculty of Humanities, Education and Social Sciences (FHSE)
  • The Interdisciplinary Centre for Security, Reliability and Trust (SnT)
  • The Luxembourg Centre for Systems Biomedicine (LCSB)
  • Luxembourg Centre for Contemporary and Digital History (C²DH)
  • 14 bachelor degrees, 42 master degrees and doctoral education based on the Bologna Accords
  • 16 vocational training and lifelong learning training courses
  • Bachelor students have to spend one semester abroad
  • Multilingualism: programmes generally taught in two languages
  • French/English or French/German, some in three and some entirely taught in English
  • Academic staff originates from 20 different countries
  • 6,423 students originating from 125 different countries
  • Supporting 6 existing pillars of excellence & growing cross-disciplinary themes
  • 13 departments
  • 7 endowed chairs
  • 4 doctoral schools
The sites

The University is on three sites: Belval Campus, Kirchberg Campus and Limpertsberg Campus

About the C²DH

The Luxembourg Centre for Contemporary and Digital History (C²DH) is the University of Luxembourg’s third interdisciplinary research centre, focusing on high-quality research, analysis and public dissemination in the field of contemporary Luxembourgish and European history. It promotes an interdisciplinary approach with a particular focus on new digital methods and tools for historical research and teaching.

More information at www.c2dh.uni.lu