Study in Luxembourg: Further education in Luxembourg

Study in Luxembourg: Further education in Luxembourg

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If you're interested in furthering your studies in Luxembourg, here are some pointers to lifelong learning in Luxembourg.

Lifelong learning

There are many opportunities in Luxembourg to improve your professional skills. There are institutes and schools providing job training in a number of fields. The Luxembourg School of Commerce (IFCC), thechamber of commerce training institute, provides training for businesses, particularly those in accounting, finance, marketing, management, human resources development, law and taxation.

The Institut de Formation Bancaire au Luxembourg (IFBL) is specifically for training in field of banking and finance. This organisation was set up by the bankers association.

The Chambre des Employés Privés (CEPL), the chamber of private employees, gives computer courses in law, management and economics, as well as courses at university-level in management and new technology.

Lastly, there are also several language schools in Luxembourg, as so many different languages are spoken. It is considered important to perfect foreign language skills. The different schools offer special courses, usually in the form of night classes, available in French, German, Luxembourgish, English, Dutch, Italian, Portuguese and Spanish.

Luxembourg Chamber of Commerce: useful pdf on life in Luxembourg.

Terms (French – German)
Education: l’éducation – ausbildung
Public: public – öffentlich
Private: privé – privat
Language: langue – sprache
Primary: primaire – primär
Secondary: secondaire – sekundär
Higher: superiéur – höhere
Bachelor: baccalauréat – abitur
Doctorate: doctorat – Dr.


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