Gain experience in Europe:
Erasmus+ programme

Would you like to enrich your study or practical experience with a stay abroad? Erasmus+ is the new programme of the European Union to support education, training, youth and sport in Europe. With a €14.7 billion budget, the programme provides opportunities for over four million Europeans to study, train, and gain experience abroad. LUNEX International University was awarded the Erasmus-Charter for the 2021-2027 cycle of the Erasmus+ programme.

The award of the Erasmus-Charter is valid until 2027 and entitles LUNEX University to apply for and implement Erasmus+ measures. Erasmus+ enables three to twelve-months students’ mobility and two to twelve-months internships within the European Union. The aim is to strengthen and expand existing partnerships between LUNEX International University and its partner universities.

All 27 EU member states together with Iceland, Liechtenstein, Norway and Turkey participate in the Erasmus+ programme.

Who is eligible for the programme?

Students, academics and support staff who are nationals of one of the Erasmus+ participating countries can apply for the Erasmus+ programme. Students coming from Non-EU-Countries are also entitled to apply under the condition that they are registered full-time with the University and are completing their degree at LUNEX University

Successful grant applications are awarded jointly by the International Office and an academic committee reviewing the applications.

A host partner university may not charge tuition fees and must be in possession of a valid Erasmus+ Charter. The Erasmus+ Charter for students can be found here.

Get new impressions:
Semester abroad with Erasmus+

A study abroad period provides you with the opportunity to gain further key skills and expand your CV with international and intercultural competencies. Study Abroad periods develop independence while supporting flexibility, both of which are highly desirable in a competitive job market. Interested in studying abroad with Erasmus+? Find out about the partners of LUNEX University.

Your next step is to discuss with the Erasmus+ coordinator in your department whether your study schedule matches with the study schedule at one of our partner universities.

Internship abroad with Erasmus+

The importance of international experience and intercultural skills is increasing significantly, because because today many personnel managers expect that job applicants have spent some time abroad, preferably in a professional context.

The Erasmus+ programme supports not only study visits, but also placements in public or private institutions in the 33 participating Erasmus+ programme countries. The internship must have a minimum duration of two months and a maximum of twelve months.

Current internships can be found here:

Supported mobility activies

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Application and selection criteria


If you are interested in an Erasmus+ period abroad, please contact: Using the eligibility criteria, the International Office together with an academic committee will review all applications and decide on successful grant awards.


Compulsory language tests

The prerequisite for Erasmus+ funding is participation in an online language test (before and after mobility) in one of the available languages. Native speakers with appropriate proof are excluded. On the basis of the test result, applicants receive a free, high-quality online language course.


Eligibility criteria

Based on a competitive application process, LUNEX University attempts to send out a high number of students to partner universities. However, these numbers are also dependant on the number of available grants. Successful applicants will therefore be selected on the following criteria:

  • CV
  • Motivational letter (this needs to include your intention and expected outcomes of your study abroad period)
  • Support by programme leader
  • Academic transcript (including successful completion of first year of study)

The following selection criteria will also be considered:

  • Proven language skills
  • Social commitment


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Further information and advice on the Erasmus+ mobility activities

Please contact:

Maison de l’Orientation
5ième étage
58 Boulevard Grande-Duchesse Charlotte
1330 Luxembourg

Any questions?
Individual support

We look forward to hearing from you and will be happy to provide answers to your questions about LUNEX University and our study programmes:

Phone: +352 288 494-22

LUNEX – International University of Health, Exercise and Sports S.A.

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Good to know

Application for a Bachelor’s programme:
1. Fill out our Online Application Form.
2. Take part in one of our Application Days. We will invite you to attend in person.
3. After successful participation in the Application Day we will email you with your study agreement. Please print it out, sign it and then send it to LUNEX University by post, along with the evidence documents specified in the email.

Application for a Master’s programme:
1. Fill out our Online Application Form.
2. If you have met all the prerequisites for the Master’s programme, we will email you with your study agreement. Please read it carefully, print it out and sign it.
3. In order to complete your application, please send the signed study agreement along with all other required evidence documents by post to LUNEX University.

As an applicant for one of our Bachelor’s programmes, you will be invited to attend an Application Day. A selection procedure will take place on this day to check whether you meet the necessary prerequisites for the course.

More about the Application Day

The language of instruction in all courses at LUNEX University is English. You should therefore be able to speak and understand English well. You have the opportunity to participate in the Foundation Programme and improve your English if your language skills do not meet the entrnce requirements for study at Bachelor level.

We will inform you in the course of the application process which supporting documents have to be provided and when. In principle, we need the following documents for your application:

  • Copy of your personal ID
  • Copy of the highest educational and/or vocational qualification
  • Health insurance certificate
  • Language certificate (if applicable)

Depending on the degree programme (Bachelor/Master) and your country of origin (EU/non-EU), further documents may be required. More details will be provided to you in good time.

To secure a study place, we recommend that you send us your documents as soon as possible – but at the latest two weeks before the start of your studies. If you are an applicant from outside the EU, you should note that the application process for a visa can take four to eight weeks. Please make sure you give yourself plenty of time.