The Centre de gestion pour la formation continue et professionnelle universitaire , named University of Luxembourg Competence Centre (hereinafter “Competence Centre”), acting under the close supervision of the University of Luxembourg in collaboration with the Minister of Higher Education and Research, was established on March 9, 2018.
Its mission is to support the main development axes of the Luxembourg economy by developing and managing university and professional training programmes. By mobilising economic and professional circles, the Competence Centre is responsible for:
The methods and means of implementing the group’s missions are regulated by conventions between the University and the Competence Centre, to be approved by the Government Council.
It is the sovereign body of the Competence Centre. It has the powers expressly recognised by law, among other things, to define the strategic guidelines relating to the mission of the Competence Centre.
The members of the General Assembly are:
The Board of Management has the most extensive powers for the administration and management of the Competence Centre as well as for the fulfilment of its missions. All tasks and decisions which are not specially reserved for the General Assembly fall within the remit of the Board of Management.
The members of the Board of Management are: