Luxembourg is one of the most dynamic locations to work in Europe and an ideal place to start an international career. With an attractive job market that offers countless opportunities and competitive salaries, employment has grown by 50% over the past 20 years – while the EU average is 20%.
GDP Per capita is more than double the European average, placing Luxembourg among the richest countries in the world, with some of the highest salaries.
Luxembourg is home to a large panel of international companies such as ArcelorMittal, Amazon, Cargolux, Goodyear, and the Big Four (KPMG, Ernst & Young EY, Deloitte and PwC). These major multinational companies are always looking for talented and highly skilled people. Moreover, the highly developed service sector, booming startup community, Fintech, Space tech, clean technologies, and many more opportunities are yours to explore
Almost 46% of Luxembourg’s population are expats, representing more than 70 nationalities and 40 languages. Luxembourg is also considered one of the most proficient English-speaking nations in the world, ranking 7th globally.
Located in the heart of Western Europe, Luxembourg is a strategic location with easy access to numerous European cities such as Paris, London, Frankfurt or Brussels. Along with Brussels and Strasbourg, the Grand Duchy of Luxembourg is also the headquarters for many influential European Institutions such as the European Investment Bank, the European Court of Justice, the European Court of Auditors, the Secretariat of the European Parliament, European Investment Fund and the European Stability Mechanism.
Luxembourg is one of the safest countries in the world according to the World Economic Forum. It will also be the first country in the world to introduce free public transport beginning in early 2020.
Renting a studio is between 600 and 1000 EUR/month, depending on location and offered facilities. To reduce the price for the rent, students can opt for flat sharing or find a place in an apartment in the bordering countries such as France, Germany, or Belgium.
EU/EEA students have the same benefits as Luxembourg citizens in terms of access to free or reduced-cost health care. To benefit from these services, you should hold an EHIC (European Health Insurance Card); you can arrange for an EHIC card from your home country, before your departure to Luxembourg
Non-EU students can apply for health insurance at the Social Security Services in Luxembourg. For students under 30, the coverage is free of charge, but the application must be renewed each semester.
Your monthly expenses for food would be around 200-300 EUR depending on your tastes and where you shop and eat. Local supermarkets have affordable prices but if you want to eat out, starting prices in a restaurant cost around 17 EUR.
On average, the minimum student living cost per is 1,000 EUR/month.
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