DISCOVER LUXEMBOURG

Bordering France, Germany and Belgium, Luxembourg is a beautiful country and a great place to live and work.

More than 170 nationalities make up the 626,00 inhabitants

47% of inhabitants are foreign nationals

(Eurostat, % 1 January 2020)

83% of residents speak three or more languages

(Eurobarometer, “European and their languages” 2012)

Luxembourg is ranked the No. 1 safest city in the world

(Mercer – 2019 Quality of Living City Ranking)

Host to European institutions, financial centre,  international companies

Luxembourg deemed one of the least corrupt countries worldwide

(Ranked 9th of 180 – 2019 Corruption Perceptions Index)

World’s first country to offer entirely free public transport

Creation of a joint laboratory into Artificial Intelligence – a first in Europe


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Work in Luxembourg

Luxembourg’s powerful economy produces a continuous flow of diverse, secure and well paid job opportunities to give your career expectations attractive and multiple long-term perspectives. The choice of jobs offered is diverse across all industrial sectors with a strong emphasis on ICT related opportunities.

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Invest in Luxembourg

With its business-friendly climate, stable economic and skilled, multilingual workforce, Luxembourg is an excellent location for companies targeting the European market. Businesses can benefit from the country’s outstanding digital infrastructure and top performing logistics and supply chain management services.

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Study in Luxembourg

Studying at the University of Luxembourg is a uniquely enriching experience. The programmes impart cutting edge knowledge in a highly international, multilingual and distinctly interdisciplinary environment. Small classes ensure direct interaction between students and teaching staff. 


News about Luxembourg

Luxembourg National PhD Welcome Day 2021

What does the research landscape look like in Luxembourg? How to network with doctoral candidates and organisers of doctoral training? The 2021 National PhD Welcome Day is a great opportunity for all first-year PhD candidates in Luxembourg to find out […]

Blockchain: Luxembourg to create a wallet for digital diplomas

Using blockchain to develop cross-border services will allow public administrations to check information, and improve their trustworthiness. Luxembourg’s Ministry for Digitalisation, Infrachain, the Interdisciplinary Centre for Security, Reliability and Trust (SnT), and the Luxembourg Institute of Science and Technology (LIST) […]

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