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Location: Western Europe, between France and Germany,
slightly smaller country than state of Rhode Island
Climate: Mild winters, cool summers
Natural resources: Iron ore
Languages: Luxembourgish, German, French, English
Government Type: Constitutional Monarchy
The University of Luxembourg, founded in 2003, is a multilingual, international, and research-oriented university located in the heart of Europe. Over 50% of its 5,700 students are from countries other than Luxembourg.
It has three main divisions, or "faculties": The Faculty of Science, Technology, and Communication; the Faculty of Law, Economics and Finance; and the Faculty of Language and Literature, Humanities, Arts and Education.
Five research areas are of high importance to the university: International Finance; Security, Reliability and Trust in Information Technology; Systems Biomedicine; European and Business law; and Education and Learning in Multilingual and Multicultural Contexts.
The University of Luxembourg has:
Classes are offered in two terms: Winter Term (mid-September through mid-February), and Summer Term (mid-February through mid-July). For more information, please contact Professor Scott Niederjohn
Studying abroad in Luxembourg is a great opportunity to broaden your educational experience in the heart of Europe, and it is also affordable, thanks to an exchange agreement between Lakeland College and the University of Luxembourg. No additional tuition, other than Lakeland College's regular tuition, is charged. Students will be responsible for transportation fees, cost of room and board (as shown below), and meals.
Students enrolled at the University of Luxembourg can potentially choose to live in one of five different cities surrounding the campus — City of Luxembourg, Esch-sur-Alzette, Mondercange, Noertzange and Walferdange. A rental lease agreement would need to be signed between the student and the University of Luxembourg. All of the properties are within 15 miles from the University of Luxembourg.
|Type of Accommodation||Approximate Size||Average Monthly Rent||Inclusions|
|Furnished, single room, common kitchen and bathroom,*common area||150 sq ft||$443||Water, gas, electricity, internet, *standard equipment|
|Furnished, single room, private bathroom, common kitchen, *common area||204 sq ft||$591||Water, gas, electricity, internet, *standard equipment|
|Furnished studio apartment reserved exclusively for PhD students, *common area||247 sq ft||$715||Water, gas, electricity, internet, *standard equipment|
For more information, please visit the University of Luxembourg website.