Data Protection Office

Some organisations, for instance those whose core activities involve regular and systematic monitoring of personal or sensitive data on a large scale as well as public sector organisations, have to appoint a Data Protection Officer (hereafter “DPO”) to ensure compliance with the General Data Protection Regulation.

In a nutshell, the DPO provides advice and guidance about data protection to University staff and management and is the contact person for the Luxembourg data protection authority, the National Commission for Data Protection (CNPD). The DPO also organises regular training sessions.

The University has developed its own rules on the role of the DPO and how to implement the GDPR; these are laid down in its Data Protection Policy. The University of Luxembourg has appointed Sandrine Munoz as DPO.

The existing data protection rules applicable to the University are being reformed to be brought in line with the General Data Protection Regulation. The new rules are designed to make institutions more accountable in the way they process personal data.

The Data Protection Office is reachable during working hours


  • (+352) 46 66 44 9813

After receiving your request if necessary we will ask you to upload a copy of your identification document in order to check your identity.

  • You must provide a copy of an identification document to confirm your identity, for example, an ID card or passport. The document should contain an identification number, country of issue, period of validity, your name, address and date of birth;
  • We recommend than any other data contained in the copy of the identification document such as a photo or any personal characteristics, be blacked out.

News & Events

  • Data privacy

    Data Privacy Day – 7th edition

    29 January 2024
    The Data Privacy Day is an annual event organised by the Restena Foundation and the University of Luxembourg in the framework of the Data Protection Day. The aim of the event is to raise awareness and to promote privacy and data protection to the public.