Evolution of the University of Luxembourg Competence Centre
The University of Luxembourg Competence Centre is an economic interest group (GIE) created in 2018 under the authority of the University of Luxembourg and the Ministry of Higher Education and Research . This new entity has quickly positioned itself as the reference for adult lifelong learning and academic continuing education.
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The year 2022 was a real turning point for the Competence Centre, both in terms of the variety of projects and educational programmes initiated or pursued and in terms of our approach to the major developments in the field of lifelong training in Luxembourg.
The projects in which we have taken part have allowed us to reaffirm the excellence of our multidisciplinary team in a number of areas such as perfect knowledge of the national and European economic and professional context, tailor-made pedagogical engineering, the deployment of complex digital learning architectures.
Other initiatives aimed at the continuous improvement of our activity will be launched in 2023 with the objective of meeting the new challenges of our core business, the expectations of professionals in Luxembourg and the major changes in society in general.
Discover how the year 2022 has been a real turning point for the Competence Centre, both in terms of the variety of projects and educational programme initiated or pursued and in our approach to the major developments in the field of continuing vocational training in Luxembourg.
Download the 2022 Activity Report HERE
Over the past two years, the digitalisation of continuing education has been accelerated by the reccurrent use of teleworking, persisting health risks and time management requirements.
Already present before the pandemic, the demand for more flexible learning modalities and access to modular, practice-oriented courses has increased further.
To meet these challenges, the ULCC teams have put in place competence development strategies that offer a good combination of academic and professional knowledge, skills and attitudes.
In this new activity report, discover all the actions and projects carried out in 2021, another year yet weakened by the health crisis.
Learn more about the development of our activities in 2021!
Download the 2021 Activity Report HERE
After three years of activity, the Competence Centre has been able to position itself on large-scale training courses and projects, has developed strong synergies with the University's various entities and has forged strategic partnerships in Luxembourg.
This four-year plan is part of the continuity of the activities and missions conferred on the University of Luxembourg Competence Centre (ULCC) in the law of 17 June 2018.
Discover our development plan for the coming years.
Download the Plan HERE
In 2020, the Competence Centre was able to consolidate and develop all of its activities despite the Coronavirus pandemic, which undermined continuing education in Luxembourg and in our neighbouring countries. The Competence Centre was able to deal with these problems while managing the emergency.
Learn more about the development of our activities in 2020!
Download the 2020 Activity Report HERE
In 2019, the Competence Centre was able to consolidate and develop all of its activities, while forging new strategic partnerships and implementing multiple synergies with the entities of the University of Luxembourg.
Learn more about the development of our activities in 2019!
Download the 2019 Activity Report HERE
In 2018, the IUIL (Institut Universitaire International Luxembourg) is transformed into a "centre de gestion pour la formation continue et professionnelle universitaire GIE". A new branding, a new name, new ambitions...all under the leadership of Mrs Anne Oberlé who joins the Competence Centre in October 2018 with the launch of its activities.
Read all about the beginnings of the University of Luxembourg Competence Centre!
Download the 2018 Activity Report HERE