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Nomad Passport Index 2019 rankingLuxembourg comes out on top in the Nomad Passport Index developed by consulting firm Nomad Capitalist. Switzerland and Sweden share the second place. A total of 199 passports were evaluated. The top ten passports are all from European countries.

The index is based on five factors:

  • visa-free travel (50%)
  • taxation of citizens (20%)
  • perception (10%)
  • dual citizenship (10%)
  • personal freedom (10%)

Luxembourg passport holders can travel to 186 different countries. Citizens have high levels of personal freedom and naturalisation has recently become easier. The country is also perceived very positively abroad.

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University launches partnership with start-up on smart mobility

16-07-2020

Silicon Valley start-up Civil Maps and the University of Luxembourg’s Interdisciplinary Centre for Security, Reliability and Trust (SnT) announce a research partnership focused on autonomous driving technology. The partnership is supported by Luxinnovation and expands the country’s research focus on self-driving vehicles.
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Internationalisation and research: top scores for Luxembourg University

14-07-2020

The University of Luxembourg received excellent grades in this year’s edition of U-Multirank, the European Commission’s benchmarking tool for universities. It received 16 “A” grades out 32 possible, in particular for its international outlook and research.
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Luxembourg has 12th best young university in the world

06-07-2020

The University of Luxembourg ranks 12th in the 2020 edition of the Times Higher Education Young University Ranking. It moves up 5 places compared to 2019.
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Luxembourg ranks as 2nd most sustainable country in the world

06-07-2020

The 2020 Environmental Performance Index (EPI) considers Luxembourg as the world’s 2nd most sustainable country in its analysis of sustainability around the world.
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Using space power technology for clean energy on Earth

06-07-2020

Maana Electric has developed a revolutionary technology for producing solar panels from sand. Attracted to Luxembourg by the country’s drive to support the new space sector, the start-up is developing a cost-effective and clean way of producing solar energy that can be used on Earth as well as in space.
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