State Financial aid (grants and student loans)


As of the academic year 2021-2022, applications are made entirely online via MyGuichet even if you are not in possession of a LuxTrust product (Smartcard, Token, Signing-Stick) or electronic identity card (eID).

To upload documents to your online application, the new mobile application is at your disposal.

  • Application without authentication (if you do not have a LuxTrust product or eID)

Find out more about application procedures with or without authentication


Respect the deadlines

Applications must be made for each semester!

Deadlines for the academic year 2021-2022:

Winter semester: 2 August 2021 to 30 November 2021

Summer semester: 3 January 2022 to 30 April 2022

Non-resident students applying for financial aid must also apply for financial aid in their country of residence (Crous, Allocations d’études, BAFöG, etc.). We advise you to apply for this aid as soon as possible!

The official response (whether positive or negative) from the competent authorities in your country of residence is required in order to obtain financial aid from the Luxembourg State. Be careful not to miss the application deadlines for financial aid in your country of residence as well as in Luxembourg (please note that you can submit this document later provided that the initial application was submitted to the Financial Aid Department within the deadlines).


Required documents

Take a look at the supporting documents required for your application.


Calculate your financial aid

Use our Simulator to find out how much grant and loan money you may qualify for.


FAQ - Frequently Asked Questions  

Our FAQ section tells you everything you need to know about eligibility criteria, the different grants, the duration of financial aid, income, etc.


Practical information  

The practical information helps you:

  • choose the form that is appropriate for your situation
  • see which documents you need to include

Eligible courses of study  

The 'Eligible courses of study' section provides a general explanation and a country-by-country list of the courses of study that are recognised as eligible for financial aid.   



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