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400 staff members and 2,500 students from all over the world work and study at Campus Belval. Students benefit from small class sizes and many courses are taught as seminars which provides them with the opportunities for discussion and helps them to get the most out of their learning experience.
Our international teaching staff is one of our key assets. Most of our degrees are taught in English and/or French and/or German. Some Master degrees are fully taught in English. Alongside pure language skills, our students also gain insights into different academic cultures. The reward is a multilingual degree that provides them with clear advantages on the job market.
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Our students and researchers come from all over the world. Student mobility and cultural openness are encouraged and promoted at the University of Luxembourg. All our under-graduates have to spend at least one semester abroad at one of our partner universities in Europe, North America or Asia.
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We offer Bachelor and Master programmes, vocational training and lifelong learning opportunities in social and educational sciences, language and literature, psychology, philosophy, history, geography and political science. Our doctoral school is committed to educate future scholors in educational sciences.
Our main research areas include humanities, behavioural sciences, education and social work, social sciences, geography and architecture and sustainable development.
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The Master in Architecture is a two-year English-taught programme which combines both a traditional curriculum of architectural education and a profiled programme structured around three major themes. Read more
The Master in Border Studies is a two-year joint international study programme addressing the complex economic, political, social and cultural issues of borders and of border regions in Europe and beyond. Read more
A historical perspective is key to enabling tomorrow’s professionals to deal with socio-political issues of the future. The Master in European Contemporary History encourages historical approaches to contemporary European issues and provides in-depth training on issues such as. Read more
Taught in the heart of one of the principal institutional centres of the European Union, the two-year full-time study programme (120 ECTS) distinctively combines. Read more
The two-year full-time study programme (120 ECTS) addresses key social, economic and environmental challenges in geography and spatial planning with a strong emphasis on sustainable development strategies, cross-border issues, and the patterns of spatial development and spatial governance in Europe. Read more
The two-year full-time study programme (120 ECTS) studies multilingualism and multiculturalism and the issues raised by these themes in a society characterised by increased mobility, migration and diversity. Read more
The two-year full-time study programme (120 ECTS) focuses on European philosophy from Descartes to the present day and is especially designed for international students who aim for a first class education in modern and contemporary European philosophy. Read more
The personal and professional future of every individual is increasingly marked by life-long learning. In such a context, there is a growing need to assess, on a regular basis, the learning potential and the skill and personality profiles of individuals. Read more
The two-year full-time study programme (120 ECTS) aims at deepening the students’ theoretical, methodological and practical knowledge acquired at the Bachelor level and stimulating their critical thinking on current psychological topics. Read more
The two-year full-time study programme (120 ECTS) focuses on the analysis of changes in ideas, institutions and organizations caused by social, economic and political integration and comparisons of the development of educational and social policies across time and space. Read more