Study Programmes Bachelor en sciences économiques


To apply for a programme at the University of Luxembourg, candidates must comply with the general eligibility criteria for the chosen programme type and be selected by the study programme based on the quality of their application.

The Programme at a glance – 180 ECTS

  • Duration:
    3 years / 6 sem
  • Teaching Languages:
    FR + EN
  • Admissions:
    Definitely closed
    Admissions for 2024-2025 open on 1 February 2024
  • Fees:
    400€/ sem. (semester 1,2)
    200€/ sem. (semester 3,4,5)
  • Format:
    Full-time programme (Part-time student status allowed)

Specific information for this programme

  • Required Degree

    Holders of a secondary or technical secondary school leaving certificate or of foreign diplomas or certificates recognized as equivalent by the Minister in charge of National Education are eligible.

  • Language Skills

    B2 certificate in English and French.

  • Documents

    Motivation letter (preferably written in English)

  • Required Degree

    Apply as soon as possible according to the rules communicated to you during your online application regarding the availability dates of your documents.

  • Decisive Elements

    General level during high school
    High school degree type (classical/technical/…)
    High school degree domain
    Motivation letter
    Level in English (B2 is required)
    Quality of the curriculum vitae

  • The ideal candidate

    Rigorous, structured, open-minded, with a strong will to understand the world around us.

Motivation letter

Details about the motivation letter

The Bachelor In Economics prepares you to continue your studies in a master programme related to economics, finance, management but also political science, economic law and related topics.

The Bachelor in Economics is aimed at candidates who value a good balance between theory and practice, including professional skills.

The motivation letter written by the candidate should attest their intellectual curiosity, their spirit of initiative, their readiness to learn and their level of understanding, reflection and foreseeable commitment with regard to the study program and the academic community of the University.