1 March 2024
Multiple genders, one brain?
On 5 March, listen to experts in neurosciences and gender studies discuss recent knowledge in their respective disciplines. For a long time, gender representation was shaped by the assumption that brain functions are gender related. Today, research brings in a fresh wind in this discussion.
29 February 2024
More than 6,000 human diseases are classified as rare
More than 300 million people worldwide and 30,000 in Luxembourg alone live with one of these diseases. Due to the rarity of each of them, diagnosis is often long and difficult, taking from several months to sometimes years, with treatments available for just over 6% of cases.
20 February 2024
Open Day on 16 March 2024
Prospective students, as well as the general public, can delve into the vibrant world of the University to discover a variety of study programmes and explore our ground-breaking research activities.
12 February 2024
Committed to a path towards diversity and equal opportunities
As researchers worldwide celebrated the International Day of Women and Girls in Science on 11 February, the University takes stock of past, current and future efforts to promote a diverse and equal opportunities working environment.
9 February 2024
Never alone with WeConnect
Building links between generations while meeting the demand for student accommodation: these are the missions of the intergenerational cohabitation platform supported by the University of Luxembourg Incubator and Entrepreneurship Programme – WeConnect.
1 February 2024
On your marks, get ready, apply!
Heads up future Bachelor’s and Master’s students: The 2024-2025 academic year is on the horizon, and registrations at the University of Luxembourg opened on Thursday 1 February.
Saturday 16 March 2024
Discover our research
Shaping a digital, healthy and sustainable future
The University of Luxembourg is a world-class research university. It strives for excellence in both fundamental and applied research, and in education. It drives innovation for society, has a high proportion of graduate students, and combines research, teaching and societal impact.