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  • Luxembourg
    Living in Europe | Access to the culture of the host country/language courses

    Geography Luxembourg is extremely well situated in the centre of Europe, between Germany, France and Belgium, and easily reachable by rail, road and air. Learn more History Luxembourg is the world’s only sovereign Grand Duchy, one of several particularities originating from its long history. Learn...


  • Luxembourg
    Living in Europe | Accommodation

    © ZIP/John Zeimet It can be a challenge to find an accommodation in Luxembourg, depending on where you want to live, type of property (studio, apartment, house), renting or buying and of course your budget. If you are staying for less than 5 years, it is probably best to rent before buying, to allow...


  • Luxembourg
    Living in Europe, Working in Europe | Entry conditions/visas

    Before arrival 1. Passport/identity card Check the validity of your passport/identity card. 2. Entry and residence conditions Check your entry and residence conditions. If necessary, obtain a visa and a residence permit for researcher. 3. Book your flight To avoid extra expenses, only book your...


  • Luxembourg
    Living in Europe | Banking

    You will need to open a bank account to make all your payments, e.g. for the initial costs of renting accommodation (estate agent fees, deposits, advanced rent) and later your regular expenses (monthly rent, electricity, gas, water, telephone, TV, etc.) which are normally paid by standing order...



  • Luxembourg
    Living in Europe | Access to the culture of the host country/language courses

    Languages French is used in legislation, while Luxembourgish, German and French are used in administrations and for legal matters. However, with so many foreigners living in Luxembourg, it is not surprising that most locals also speak English fluently. You will not have much trouble communicating in...


  • Luxembourg
    Living in Europe | Access to the culture of the host country/language courses

    Languages National language: Luxembourgish (Lëtzebuergesch). Administrative languages: French, German and Luxembourgish. French is used in legislation, while Luxembourgish, German and French are used in administrations and for legal matters. However, with so many foreigners living in Luxembourg, it...


  • Luxembourg
    Living in Europe | Access to the culture of the host country/language courses

    Transport Luxembourg public transportation is very well developed, with an efficient and cheap rail and bus network, and a modern airport with excellent facilities. More information Driving Driving in an unfamiliar country can seem a daunting prospect, especially if you are used to driving on the...


  • Luxembourg
    Living in Europe | Day care, schooling & family related issues

    schooling Education You must enrol your child in a school as soon as you have arrived and registered in your commune, even if it is in the middle of the school year, as schooling is compulsory from 4 to 16 years old in Luxembourg. State schools are free for children living in the country. More...


  • Luxembourg
    Leaving Europe | Departure conditions/formalities

    Once you have found a suitable research position, EURAXESS national portals provides the information for your move. Before the departure, EURAXESS Service centres will assist you with legal issues and give practical advice and help in everyday matters after your arrival. Departure checklist In...