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Interdisciplinary Space Master

Admissions requirements

Students must have:

  • Bachelor’s degree in physics, mathematics, electrical or aerospace engineering (academic), computer science, or other natural science or equivalent experience
  • Grades of 85% or higher in their technical courses
  • Toefl (only if you are not from a native English speaking country) with a total score of 100 or above and no score less than 25 in any single skill or B2 (comprehension and speaking) in CEFRL system

Experts with several years of experience working in the aerospace, mechanical, electrical, industrial, or robotics engineering sectors looking to re-skill themselves would also be eligible to enrol in the programme.

Note: To ensure that all students have the required background, we are considering a summer school to give those students without strong programming or math skills the background they will need to succeed. 


The Interdisciplinary Space Master is open to 20 students

Early Admission to the 2020 September student cohort is now open.

Please send PDF

  • copies of your diplomas and grades;
  • proof of English competence if you are not a native English speaker;
  • motivation letter;
  • and two letters of reference to…

If you qualify, you will be given a conditional enrolment.  Please note that enrollment will only be confirmed when the validated paper documents are received at the University of Luxembourg.

- Decisions for Early Admission will be made 1-March 2020 for applications received on or before that date.

- Decisions for Regular Admission will be made on 1-May 2020 for applications received on or before that date.

Please note that students without an EU passport will need to request a student visa.  The visa application procedure may take up to four months.