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INCOMING exchange students

Exchange from another university:

You wish to make an exchange and study for a semester or two in our university? The University of Luxembourg is happy to welcome you.
You can spend either one or two semesters under an Erasmus exchange programme, with an inter-university agreement or as a fee paying student (freemover).


If you wish to study at the University of Luxembourg as an exchange student we need an official nomination of your home institution sent by email to incoming@uni.lu with the following information:

-          Name, SURNAME
-          Gender
-          E-mail address
-          Citizenship (please add the date of birth for non-EU citizens)
-          Study field or Erasmus code
-          Level of study (Bachelor or Master)
-          Status (Erasmus, inter-university agreement or Freemover)
-          Exchange period (winter, summer term or whole academic year)


  • for the winter semester:      Non-European students:  1st April, European students:  1st May
  • for the summer semester:   Non-European students:  15th August, European students:  30th October


  • for the winter semester:      Non-European students: 1st May, European students: 1st  June
  • for the summer semester:   Non-European students: 15th September, European students: 30th November

After having been nominated you will receive the required application forms by email.
It is not possible to hand-in your Bachelor or Master-thesis at the University of Luxembourg. The final thesis needs to be graded by your home institution.

As Incoming exchange student it is mandatory to follow courses at the University of Luxembourg. An internship is only possible in addition to the studies if this internship is already foreseen in the study field in which the Incoming student is enroled to.


Please fill out your Learning agreement by choosing courses from the study field for which you have been nominated at the University of Luxembourg. Approximately 80% of the courses you have chosen should come from this study field. Choose among the courses of the Bachelor programme or the Master programme. Normally Bachelor students are not allowed to follow courses of the Master programme.

In case you should not find enough courses given in english in your respective study field, you can also choose courses offered in english.

For further information please contact: Marie-Anne HEYER