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PhD Theses and Master Dissertations

PhD Theses

The library keeps all doctoral theses defended at the University of Luxembourg since 2006.

All of the theses available online are listed in ORBIlu and in www.a-z.lu. The full-text is available for some of them.

All the theses available as a physical copy are listed in the catalogue www.a-z.lu.

These documents are available to readers registered at the Luxembourg Learning Centre. The documents are only available locally and cannot be borrowed.


Theses in paper format can be consulted until 2019 if the authors have given their explicit consent to their distribution when they were submitted to the Doctoral Studies Office!

All theses published after 2019 can only be consulted via Orbilu.

Tip :

If you do not know the title of a thesis, but you want to know which theses have already been defended at the University, type "Theses" or "Dissertation" in the search bar.

To view all the theses of a single faculty, you can add the acronym of the faculty as well: FDEF or FSTC ou FSTM or FLSHASE or FHSE.


Bachelor and Master Dissertations

The Luxembourg Learning Centre keeps Bachelor and Master dissertations which have been handed-in at the University of Luxembourg since 2003.

These documents are available to readers registered at the library. The documents are only available locally and cannot be borrowed.

Currently not all of the dissertations written at the University of Luxembourg are submitted to the library, so please check the inventory of Bachelor and Master thesis for the availability of a title before filling out the reservation form – both available below. The reservation form has to be sent to the following address:


> Inventory (Excel file*) :

Inventory of Bachelor and Master Dissertations (updated on 12/2019)

> Reservation Form :

Reservation form for Bachelor and Master Dissertations

* The current inventory file is a temporary solution until the library receives more resources to improve the indexing and search of this collection