LUNEX University is associated with and involved in numerous national and international projects connected to sports, and works in close cooperation with networks of experts worldwide, including sports organizations, clubs and confederations, training centers, therapy practices, and companies.
In developing the sports-related degree programs, international experts from the fields of sports (including the Olympic Committee in Luxembourg) and science worked together. In the therapy career fields, there is constant exchange between relevant career associations and leading therapy institutions. LUNEX University aims to always extend this network to ensure the best possible academic education as well as job entries.
Founded in 2003, Centermed has become a reference in the field of medical equipment and distribution in Luxembourg and the Greater Region. Starting from our vision of a minimally invasive medicine, we have built our product line according to modern medical concepts, the most advanced scientific research, as well as a permanent exchange of information with health professionals.
Comité Olympique et Sportif Luxembourgeois
The Olympic and Sports Committee of Luxembourg is the national umbrella organization for private sport in Luxembourg. Established as central organ of sports in Luxembourg by the public authorities and recognized as National Olympic Committee by the International Olympic Committee, the Olympic and Sports Committee of Luxembourg gathers all the sport federations and federations with sports character, Olympic and not Olympic.
Badminton Club Differdange
Winner of the 2018 Luxembourg Cup, BCD is the Badminton club of the city of Differdange. LUNEX University is proud to be a sponsor of Badminton Club Differdange since 2018.
Ville de Differdange
Full makeover for Differdange, Luxembourg country’s third city. In Differdange numerous projects have been completed or are in the pipeline. These changes affect various areas, particulary those of town planning, education, social life, the environment, culture, business, leisure and tourism. Around 30.000 Inhabitants will live in Differdange by 2025.
Fédération Luxembourgeoise de Handball
LUNEX University is pleased to support the Luxembourg Handball Federation as an official sponsor.
Luxembourg Institute of Health
The Luxembourg Institute of Health is a public biomedical research organisation. Striving for excellence, its researchers, by their creativity, enthusiasm and commitment, generate knowledge on disease mechanisms and contribute to the development of new diagnostics, innovative therapies and clinical applications that impact the healthcare of Luxembourgish and European citizens. The activities of the Luxembourg Institute of Health are developed within the following research topics: Oncology, Infection and Immunity, Population Health.
Société Luxembourgeoise de Kinésithérapie du Sport
The Société Luxembourgeoise de Kinésithérapie du Sport (S.L.K.S), founded in 1986 is affiliated to the Comite Olympique et Sportif Luxembourgeoise (COSL) and member of the European Sports Physiotherapy Group.
The S.L.K.S. brings together physiotherapists with competence in sports physiotherapy. The current number of members is 92 (2017).
Association Luxembourgeoise des Kinésithérapeutes
The Luxembourg Association of Physiotherapists (abbreviated ALK) founded in 1990, includes all registered physiotherapists authorized to practice lawfully in the Grand Duchy of Luxembourg.
The ALK defends the title and the training, ensures the protection of their interests.
The ALK ensures their collective representation to the constituted authorities and the social organizations.
Centre Hospitalier de Luxembourg
The CHL is created by the law of 10 December 1975. It has the status of a public institution which has financial and administrative autonomy and which is managed by the forms and according to the methods of private law.
Opened in 1976, after the meeting of the newly built Municipal Hospital (now CHL Center), the Maternity Grand Duchess Charlotte (now CHL Maternity) dating from 1936, and the Pediatric Clinic (now CHL Kannerklinik) dating of 1966, joined in 2004 by the Clinic of Eich (CHL Eich), the CHL now has a capacity of 579 beds and employs 2111 people active in more than 50 trades. Among them are some 270 doctors and a thousand health care workers.