Legal Notice

Legal Notice

This website is edited by the Centre de gestion pour la formation continue et professionnelle universitaire GIE (Immatriculation RCSL n°C145 – N° Identification TVA: LU30573419), named University of Luxembourg Competence Centre (hereinafter referred to as “the Competence Centre”).

The graphic design and IT development of this site were carried out by the ReachTheFirst agency for Editus Luxembourg S.A., both based in Luxembourg. The website is hosted in Luxembourg by the Competence Centre.

The user is solely responsible for the selection, use and interpretation of the data which he consults, searches and transmits on the internet.

The University of Luxembourg Competence Centre reserves the right to modify the present legal notice at any time. The user shall abide by the conditions of use of the portal contained in the most recent version of the legal notice available on the portal at the time of such use.

Website Disclaimers

The Competence Centre regularly updates its website to inform the public about its training offer and the events it organises. However, it cannot be held responsible for any erroneous or non-updated information on this site. It also declines all responsibility in the event of any interruption, even temporary, of the service on this site. Access to this site is via the internet. The user declares that he or she is aware of the risks and accepts them. They must protect themselves against computer attacks by adopting an adapted and secure computer configuration.

As the Competence Centre does not have the capacity to control the sites to which it links, it cannot be held responsible for any damage that the user may suffer directly or indirectly in relation to his navigation on this site and the use of its services.

Website Modifications

The Competence Centre reserves the right to change, modify or suspend this site without notice for maintenance, updating or any other reason deemed necessary. It is the responsibility of the user to be informed of the general conditions of use of the site, of which only the updated version accessible online is deemed to be in force.

Intellectual Property

This site, all its elements (including the layout), as well as the information and services, are protected by intellectual property and copyright laws.

Unless otherwise specified, the Competence Centre does not grant any licence or authorisation relating to the intellectual property rights it has over this site, its elements or services. Furthermore, no reproduction of the information or services, in whole or in part, in any form whatsoever and by any means whatsoever, is permitted without prior written authorisation.

The implicit or explicit rights granted constitute an authorisation for use and in no case a transfer of rights, property or other relating to this site.

The University of Luxembourg Competence Centre on Social Networks

Any user who joins the Competence Centre’s community on social networks undertakes to disregard any form of discrimination based on race, colour, religion, sex, sexual orientation, age, national origin, disability, marital status or professional status. Insulting, racist, sexist or offensive language has no place on social networks. They will be removed and reported.

Cookies Policies

This site uses cookies, tracers that make possible to improve the user’s experience by memorising information that facilitates navigation (language preference, etc.) and to analyse this information (frequency of visits, duration of visits, pages viewed, language preferences, etc.). They are stored by this site in a directory provided for this purpose on the user’s computer. In particular, they contain the name of the server that wrote it, an ID in the form of a unique number and an expiry date.

The user can decide whether or not the web server of this site is authorised to store cookies on his computer via the options of his browser. Furthermore, the user can delete cookies already stored in their browser at any time.

The use of certain features of this site may be limited or disabled if the user prohibits the use of cookies on the site. It is therefore recommended that you set your browser to accept cookies from the site.

Luxembourg Law and Courts

Any litigation relating to the use of this website shall be subject to Luxembourg law and shall be subject to the exclusive jurisdiction of the Luxembourg courts. In the event of a litigation, the French version of this site shall be deemed authentic.