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Student accommodation in Luxembourg

Luxembourg, the city of valleys, plateaus and promenades, provides one of the best quality of life in Europe. This diverse capital is a modern, cosmopolitan hub with many unique attractions and experiences that lead to a great student life.  

If you decided to study in this Northern European gem but you don’t have a home yet, you are in the right place. Student.com will help you find affordable student accommodation that will provide comfortable living in this beautiful city.  

You’ll feel right at home in a modern furnished studio apartment at one of our student residences. 

For more details on the student accommodation in Luxembourg that we offer, give us a call, or send your queries on our website’s Live Chat.

Getting to know Luxembourg

Luxembourg is one of the cleanest, safest and most prosperous countries in the world. With a population of just over 600,000 it is amongst the least-populated sovereign nations in the world. The population of Luxembourg City is about 130,000.

But don’t be fooled by its small size though. Luxembourg packs a considerable punch when it comes to quality of life, culture, and dynamism.

Excellent quality of life

Luxembourg might be largely underappreciated in comparison to its more favoured European counterparts, but it is a great place to live. The capital city of this micro state is widely considered one of the ‘Most Liveable Cities in the World.’

A unique blend of exciting culture, countless leisure offerings, fascinating history, natural greenery, excellent public health facilities, and great transportation, make Luxembourg an ideal location for students.

A modern city with a rich history 

Thanks to its colossal medieval fortifications, Luxembourg was once called “The Gibraltar of the North.”

Its fortified medieval old town, a UNESCO World Heritage Site, and the 37-kilometre Valley of the Seven Castles, a popular walking route, are remnants of the country’s rich history.

While Luxembourg was built on impressive historical foundations and has managed to remain in touch with its past, it’s a city that has its finger on the pulse of modern life. It’s where romantic landscapes share a lens with a modern city - where medieval structures are backdropped by glass and steel construction.

Multicultural and cosmopolitan  

Selected as ‘European Capital of Culture’ three times, Luxembourg boasts a rich and lively cultural scene. And with nearly two-thirds of its residents hailing from over 160 different countries, it’s no surprise Luxembourg is considered international. Close to 70% of Luxembourg City’s population are foreigners, making it one of the most multicultural capitals in the world.

Studying in Luxembourg provides an excellent opportunity to learn a new language. The country boasts three official languages - French, German, and Luxembourgish. But if you don’t speak any of these languages fluently, you won’t have to worry about communicating with the locals, as just about every Luxembourger speaks English.

This modern cosmopolitan makeup, a wide range of cultural offerings, plus a friendly vibe, puts Luxembourg on equal footing with some of Europe’s more well-known major capitals.

Student life in Luxembourg

Situated in the heart of Europe, diverse and multicultural with an open and modern vibe, student life in Luxembourg is bound to be a memorable experience.

Luxembourg is ranked amongst the top countries worldwide with the highest quality of living. Its rare mix of natural greenery and vibrant urban spaces, cosy small-town flair, high level of safety, and political and economic stability, all contribute to the country consistently topping quality of life charts.

There is a lot on offer for social life in the evenings and on weekends.


As the sun slowly sets and offices empty, Luxembourg nightlife begins to stir. The working class enjoying after-work drinks brings the streets to life and sets the stage for the ‘partyholics.’ There is plenty of nightlife to keep you busy throughout the night.

The city’s Michelin-starred restaurants are sure to set your mouth watering, while there are countless bars and hip cafés ordained with stylish décor that serve high-end cocktails and finger food. 

If you want to head somewhere for a dance, there are several options. There’s a range of cafes, bars, clubs, and terraces spread across Luxembourg City’s main nightlife areas, including the Grund, Clausen, Alstad (old town), and Hollerich. 


Student life in Luxembourg goes well beyond fun night outs and entertainment though. With its unique landscape, history, culture, and infrastructure, there’s plenty to explore. Just strolling through the streets, you’ll find surprises and delights around every corner.

Discover the Casemates - the country’s underground tunnels that are carved into the solid rock. Jump on one of Luxembourg’s ultra-modern trams and head to Kirchberg where you can view architectural masterpieces such as the Philharmonie Luxembourg and the Mudam (Museum of Modern Art).

When it’s time for relaxing, take a walk along the Corniche (Chemin de la Corniche), the best path to admire the lower city of Luxembourg. Hailed as “Europe’s most beautiful balcony” by Luxembourg writer Batty Weber, the pedestrian promenade winds along the course of the 17th-century city ramparts and offers stellar views of The Grund and the Alzette Valley.

Take a breather from the stresses of uni and hop on the lift to the Grund or to Pfaffenthal and discover the many levels of this fascinatingly beautiful city. 

Transportation and connectivity

Surrounded by Belgium, France and Germany and in proximity to numerous other European travel hotspots, Luxembourg is excellent for student mobility.

Public transport of all types in Luxembourg is free without limits for students enrolled in the Grand Duchy. The train and bus networks cover the entire country, so you won’t get stranded at night or after big events as special transportation services are provided.

If you ever have to leave the country, international connections are also well established. Take advantage of Luxembourg’s central location with quick visits to neighbouring countries by train, bus or car.

For destinations further afield, Luxembourg, Frankfurt, Frankfurt-Hahn, Charleroi, Lorraine, and Saarbrucken airports are just a stone’s throw away.

Where to Study in Luxembourg?

University of Luxembourg

Founded in 2003, the University of Luxembourg is a multilingual, research oriented university with an international outlook.

The only public university of the Grand Duchy of Luxembourg, the University of Luxembourg focuses on the Bologna system and offers a well-balanced line-up of Bachelor’s and Master’s programmes in all fields of study across its three campuses (Belval, Kirchberg and Limpertsberg).

In addition to over 15 Bachelor’s and more than 45 Master’s programmes on offer, students can continue their studies, with four doctoral schools offering custom-made training programmes in Ph.D. in several disciplines.

The Faculty of Science, Technology and Communication offers Bachelor’s in Engineering, Informatics and Life Sciences and Masters in Informatics, Systems Biology, Engineering, Mathematics and Sustainable Development.

The Faculty of Law, Economics and Finance focuses on Bachelor programmes in Economic Sciences, Law and Business Informatics. While the Master’s focus on Banking and Finance, Entrepreneurship and Innovation, Data Security Management, and European Law.

There are also opportunities for students to gain vocational training and enrol in lifelong learning courses.

Courses are generally taught in English, German and French, some entirely in English. The university facilitates intimate learning with much of its teaching taking place in small classes with personal supervision.

With exchange agreements in place with partner universities from all over the world, the University of Luxembourg also strongly encourages student mobility. The institution’s Bachelor students must spend one semester abroad.

Luxembourg School of Business

The first Luxembourgish graduate business school, the Luxembourg School of Business (LSB) was started by a group of academics who possessed a strong entrepreneurial spirit.

Its founders established an accredited and recognised two-year (120 ECTS) Master’s in Management programme that is designed for local and international students holding a bachelor’s degree in any discipline.

The 24 months-long programme is dedicated to ambitious students who want to start their professional careers in Luxembourg from a wide range of areas, including Finance, Tax and Project Management.

Focused on employability, the Master’s in Management is taught in English and comprises practical courses and career workshops.

Frequently asked questions about student housing in Luxembourg

How do I apply for a private student residence in Luxembourg on Student.com?

You can apply for a private student residence in Luxembourg with just a few clicks. You can use the map and filters on this page to find the most suitable property for you.

After selecting the property you like, click ‘View rooms’ to go to the property page. On the property page you’ll need to choose the room you want and then click ‘Enquire’ or ‘Book Now’. One of our booking consultants will contact you soon after to answer any questions you may still have and to help you complete the booking process once you are ready to book. 

What are the different types of student rooms you offer?

Currently we offer private studio apartments in Luxembourg. These are fully self-contained apartments where you will have your own bedroom, bathroom and a kitchen or kitchenette for cooking your meals.

Do you offer university housing for international students and exchange students as well?

Yes, absolutely! We offer university housing to international and exchange students as well. As long as you are a full-time student, you can book any accommodation listed on Student.com. 

Are bills included in the rent?

Bills are typically not included in the rent in the apartments we list in Luxembourg.

Are the apartments fully furnished?

The apartments in Luxembourg are typically rented unfurnished. You can contact us if you’d prefer to rent a furnished property though, and our booking consultants will be able to give you information if we have any furnished properties available.