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Welcome to the Faculty of Law, Economics and Finance

Teaching Programmes





Other Programmes

Bachelor en Droit
(a) - EN, FR

Bachelor en Sciences Economiques et de Gestion
(a) - EN, FR

Bachelor en Gestion (professionnel)
(p) - EN, FR


Master in Logistics and Supply Chain Management
(p) - EN


LL.M. Programmes

Master en Droit et Contentieux de l’Union Européenne (LL.M.)
(a) - FR, EN

Master en Droit Bancaire et Financier Européen (LL.M.)
(a) - FR, EN

Master in European Economic and Financial Criminal Law (LL.M.)
(a) - FR, EN

Master in European and International Tax Law (LL.M.)
(a) - FR, EN

Master in European Private Law (LL.M.)
(a) - FR, EN

Master in Space, Communication and Media Law (LL.M.)
(a) - FR, EN


Master in Economics and Finance
(a, p) - EN, FR

Master in Banking and Finance (LSF)
(a) - EN

Master in Entrepreneurship and Innovation
(p) - EN

Master in Accounting and Audit
(a) - EN

Master in Wealth Management
(a) - EN




> Preparatory Training


Formation complémentaire des candidats réviseurs d'entreprises et experts-comptables


> Ongoing Training


Certificate in Law and Regulation of Inclusive Finance

Executive Programme in Wealth Management

Certificate in Owning and Investing in Art

Value Investing Certificate

(a) = academic
(p) = professional


Teaching languages:
EN = English
FR = French



Research and Doctoral Schools

The research activities of the Faculty of Law, Economics and Finance are organised around three strategic pillars: Social relationships, societal challenges, and societal data and innovation. The FDEF research strategy is available for download.



Doctoral Schools

Research Unit in Law

Centre for Research in Economics and Management (CREA)

Luxembourg School of Finance (LSF)


Doctoral School in Economics and Finance

École doctorale de droit

Alongside project research and ‘blue sky’ driven research, these units also host teams of PhD students.

The Faculty consists of the Dean’s Office, the Faculty Council, the Faculty Board and the Committee of Study Directors. The Faculty's administration is organised around the division of responsibilities described in the section entitled “Contact and access”.