Study Programmes Bachelor en Médecine


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 + DE + EN
  • Admissions:
    EU: 1 Feb 2023 – 10 Jul 2023
    Non-EU: 1 Feb 2023 – 30 Apr 2023
  • Fees:
    400€/ sem. (semester 1,2)
    200€/ sem. (semester 3,4,5,6)
  • Format:
    Full-time programme (Part-time student status allowed)

Specific information for this programme

  • Required Degree

    Please note: no documents other than school leaving certificates and high school transcripts will be considered for selection. We cannot take into account any private tuition or training courses! There is no entry exam.

    Secondary school leaving certificate, preferably in a scientific section or an international or foreign diploma recognised as equivalent by the Ministry of Education
    Official C1 certificates in French and German from an accredited language school or 7 years spent in Luxembourgish education

    Selection on the basis of scientific subjects (max. 125 places) :
    i) Average grade in the final exam at the end of secondary schooling
    ii) Marks in science subjects in the secondary school leaving examination
    iii) Grades in science subjects on all transcripts for the last three years of high school

  • Language Skills

    French C1, German C1

  • Documents

    Official C1 certificate in French
    Official C1 certificate in German
    CV stating experiences and interests
    Motivation letter (the title is communicated upon the preregistration)
    Transcripts of the last three years of high school

  • The ideal candidate

    The ideal candidate is a high school student who has just passed his or her secondary school leaving exams for the current year, who has just graduated from a science section or stream or who has taken as many science subjects as possible up to the final year of high school.