Faculty Faculty of Science, Technology and Medicine (FSTM)

Thrilling teaching activities

The Faculty of Science, Technology and Medicine (FSTM) offers bachelors, masters, doctoral and vocational programmes in biology, computer science, engineering, mathematics, medicine, nursing and physics.

Students benefit from excellent working environment and opportunities with multilingual and small-group courses, early involvement in research projects and close connections with institutions and industries. 

The faculty has already started to accredit some of its programmes and will continue its efforts to ensure a sustainable quality dynamic of education.

Key figures

  • 2297 students

  • 100 professors and lecturers

  • 39 programmes

  • Bilingual or trilingual programmes

  • 778 publications

  • €15.7 million external funding


Mobility is a real winning asset for students. By living and studying abroad and coming into contact with another academic culture, students are inevitably put in a situation that enables them to question and assess their personal choices, ways of thinking and of approaching their studies.


    Elizabeth Adu Twumwaa

    Study programme administrator

    Course feedback

    Course feedback

    Each semester, the FSTM asks its students to provide feedback on their courses during the Course feedback period. This feedback helps teaching staff refine their courses, think about their teaching, while giving students the opportunity to reflect about the learning process. It also provides important information about the student experience and the quality of teaching and learning at the University or Luxembourg.

    Since the summer semester 2020, the University of Luxembourg has launched a single course feedback system named OASYS, which is replacing the former system used within the FSTM, LISTORES.

    To access the new course feedback platform OASYS, click here: https://feedback.uni.lu 

      Quality initiative

      The FSTM quality initiative focuses on ways in which the Faculty can enhance quality in teaching and learning by engaging with students, gathering reliable information and using it to inform decision making, and providing instructors with opportunities to share and learn about new and different practices in student-centered learning.

      Framework for quality

      The FSTM Policy on Quality Assurance and Enhancement for Teaching and Learning serves to:

      • Build a common understanding of quality assurance and enhancement in teaching and learning
      • Build a common understanding of roles of different stakeholders in assuring and enhancing quality
      • Confirm the architecture of the quality framework and the mechanisms used

      Working to enhance Quality

      The FSTM actively works towards improving quality using the following mechanisms to empower stakeholders to participate and contribute to collective efforts:

      • Student engagement and feedback
      • Periodic programme reviews
      • Programme Steering Committee input
      • Exchanges on teaching practice (facilitator-led workshops, teaching showcases)
      • Recognition for teaching excellence and innovation


        Pascale Janssens

        Quality and Process specialist

        Oliver Gassl
        Oliver Gassl

        Project Manager