The University of Luxembourg is strengthening the transmission of academic knowledge to the world of business through lifelong learning. Its purpose is also to contribute to economic, social and cultural development as well as full employment.
The role of the University of Luxembourg is to:
- Provide continuing education in the University of Luxembourg’s areas of expertise from research-derived knowledge;
- Propose training attuned to the needs of society in the Luxembourg or the Greater Region;
- Ensure that lifelong learning provided have a quality assurance system.
Lifelong learning at the University of Luxembourg is intended for individuals, employees, job seekers and professionals. They can acquire a diploma or a new qualification, access to higher education or undergo training for a cultural purpose. The University of Luxembourg also works with companies and organizations wishing to help their personnel or employees advance in their careers.
As part of its contribution to economic and social development, the University of Luxembourg also offers vocational training. These courses are part of a partnership with public institutions such as ministries.
Third country national applicants: Anyone who is a national of a country other than the EU, EEA or Switzerland is considered a candidate for a third-country national. Lifelong Learning is a part-time programme. In accordance with the Law of 29 August 2008 on the free movement of persons and immigration, students who are third-country nationals cannot be admitted on a part-time basis. Only applicants who are third-country nationals and who hold a residence permit in Luxembourg may submit an application.