Private grants

Depending on the field of study you have chosen or your academic results, you may be entitled to a private grant.


Grants offered by the Schmit-Dambach Foundation

  • Amount: to be fixed depending on the number of grants awarded, max. €15,000
  • Application deadline: 1 November 2020
  • Eligibility requirements: Luxembourg nationals enrolled in the 2nd year of architecture studies at a university in Vienna, Zurich or Brussels
  • Application to be sent by e-mail to

The following documents should be included in the application:

  • Copy of ID card
  • Certificate of enrollment in the 2nd year of studies in architecture in Vienna, Zurich or Brussels
  • Transcript of records of the 1st year of studies
  • Motivation statement
  • Curriculum vitae

For further information:

Architecture and Art

Grants offered by the Fondation Auguste van Werveke-Hanno

  • Amount: €5,000
  • Application deadline: 1 November
  • Eligibility requirements: Luxembourg nationals enrolled in a study programme (second year or higher) leading to a higher education degree in architecture or in one of the following disciplines: fine arts, advertising/multimedia, interior architecture/decoration, design.

For further information:

Downloadable PDF form


Dr Robert Kraus Grant

  • Amount: €2,500
  • Application deadline: end of February
  • Eligibility requirements:
    • be enrolled in a second- or third-cycle course of study programme in general medicine at Université Catholique de Louvain (UCL) or the University of Luxembourg
    • be a resident of Luxembourg
  • Application procedure: Applicants must provide a copy of their academic record and a personal statement in support of their application
  • For further information:

Further information

Economics, Finance and Law

Grants by the Fondation ABBL pour l’éducation financière

  • Amount: to be fixed depending on the number of grants awarded
  • Application deadline : 15 January
  • Eligibility requirements:
    • Be a Luxembourg national ;
    • Study in Switzerland ;
    • Be enrolled full-time or part-time in a study programme corresponding to the laws and regulations on higher education in the country where the degree is conferred.

Further information : ABBL

Merit-based scholarships

Chomé-Bastian Scholarship


  • deserving students
  • family income not exceeding three times the minimum wage
  • holders of a secondary school-leaving diploma delivered by the Luxembourg Ministry of Education, Children and Youth

Application deadline: 31 March

Félix Chomé Foundation

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