How to contact us?
You can contact us:
By e-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org
By phone: +352 288 494-40
How can I apply?
When do the programs begin?
For our Physiotherapy and Foundation Semester programs, our semesters start on April 1st and October 1st.
Exercise & Sports Science – Human Movement and International Sport Management begin October 1st.
What documents do I have to send to complete my registration?
After you received your test results, please send us the following documents via email to email@example.com in order to complete your registration:
- Recent passport photo
- Copy of the highest diploma
- In case of previous studies: de-registration certificate from the former university
- Certificate of health insurance
What is a statutory health insurance certificate?
It is a separate confirmation/certificate from your social security informing that you are insured. It is normally issued and sent by the health insurance provider on request (e.g. Social Security Card, Gesundheitskarte).
What is the language of instruction?
The language of instruction for every study program at LUNEX University is English.
Are prior courses in the field, subjects or modules being recognized by LUNEX University?
Our team from the Study-Service Office will have to verify the content of your previous modules and make a decision based on the following documents:
- Academic transcript
- Module handbook (details of course content, including the number of hours and ECTS)
Verification and validation take place on a case-by-case basis.
What is the study duration of the different programs?
- “Physiotherapy (B. Sc.)” lasts 6 semesters / 3 years.
- “Exercise and Sports Sciences – Human Movement (B. Sc.)” lasts 6 semesters / 3 years.
- “International Sport Management (B. A.)” lasts 6 semesters / 3 years.
What should I know about the Foundation Semester?
Our “Foundation Semester” is an additional semester of preparation, preceding the Bachelor’s degree in “Physiotherapy” or “Exercise & Sport Sciences”.
During this semester, our academic staff will be teaching both natural science and English courses to provide you with the solid foundation you need to enter and complete the Bachelor’s program.
This semester is organized especially for candidates who, according to their results in the selection tests and their level of English, do not yet meet our entrance criteria.
Meeting challenges and finding solutions to them is the vision of LUNEX University.
For more information about our Foundation Semester, please follow this link.
Would you like more details about the registration process? Please follow this link.
What scholarships / financial grants are available?
The students, who are residents of Luxembourg or whose parents are working in Luxembourg can contact:
- CEDIES study grants (Please note that the study grants by CEDIES will not be offered to the students starting our Foundation Semester since this programme does not figure on their list of eligible study programmes.)
- Scholarship from the Félix Chomé Foundation
If the students are living in Germany, they can contact BAFöG/AsulandsBAFöG
If the students are living in Belgium, the students can contact:
- Communauté Française scholarships: in order to receive study grants for studies being done abroad, Belgian students must either live abroad with their families or must take courses that are not offered in comparable form in Belgium.
If the students are living in France, the students can contact
What accommodation is available?
Being a very young university, LUNEX is aiming to develop partnerships in order to find solutions for our growing number of international students.
The real-estate agency Générale Immobilière Gérance offers a new university accommodation, located in Esch/Beval.
Moreover, houses and apartments can be found using the following links:
LUNEX University endeavors to cooperate with the city’s hotels and restaurants, if you are looking for a temporary accommodation solution. You can also find hotels in Luxemburg using the following link:
Is there a canteen or restaurant at LUNEX?
Currently, there is no canteen or restaurant at LUNEX, but our team is developing partnerships with the city’s restaurants and bars.
Are there sports facilities around LUNEX?
Yes, our campus is based a few meters from sports facilities.
Do students get a discount when using public transport in Luxembourg?
Since the 1st of August 2017, every student enrolled in a university or post-secondary institution can apply for a mKaart, a ticket that allows free use of all means of public transport on the entire Luxembourg network. All you have to do is enter your application and a certificate of enrolment at a post-secondary institution to collect your personalized mKaart at one of the ticket offices.
The offer is aimed at Luxembourg students, whether they are registered in Luxembourg or elsewhere, as well as foreign students studying in Luxembourg. For non-Luxembourgish students enrolled at a foreign university, a parent must work in Luxembourg to be eligible for the mKaart.
The card, personalized and non-transferable, is valid for one year, to be renewed each time by presenting a registration certificate and the old card at the counter.
For more information visit the site mobiliteit.lu.
Is the LUNEX University handicapped accessible?
Yes, the LUNEX University premises comply with handicapped accessible construction.