To be eligible for registration on the course, candidates need the required academic prerequisites (level of university diploma) in conjunction with professional experience, as required by the University delivering the diploma.
Should this not be the case, significant professional experience in the target field of study can give rise to an accreditation of prior learning procedure (VAE). The VAE procedure is implemented in accordance with the rules and regulations of the University delivering the diploma.
Further information can be found in the description of the university course on our website www.LLLC.lu in the section “Formations universitaires”.
Article 3 – Admission to the course
A jury composed of members of both organising institutions will decide upon the admission of the candidate to the course. The jury’s decisions are final and not subject to review or appeal.
If an application is accepted after the pre-selection, the candidate will be summoned to an interview with the jury.
If the above-mentioned jury estimates that the maximal number of candidates has been reached it has the right to refuse additional candidates.
The candidate will be informed of his/her acceptance or refusal to the course by postal mail or by email.
In case of acceptance an invoice will be sent by postal mail or by email.
Acceptance to the course is effective from the moment the Luxembourg Lifelong Learning Centre (LLLC) of the Chambre des salariés has received the payment of the registration fees.
Article 4 – Payment of registration fees
The registration fees are subject to change.
The candidate is required to pay the registration fee in accordance with the instructions on the invoice.
A candidate failing to pay is considered as non-registered on the course. Hence, they are neither allowed to attend any classes, nor any exams, nor any dissertation defences. He/she will not receive any document or certificate of attendance or any other communication, nor any results directly related to this training course. The Chambre des salariés will engage the necessary legal means to recover outstanding registration fees, amongst others through wage withholding as well as damages and interests.
Article 5 – Course cancellation
In case of course cancellation by the LLLC, especially when the required number of candidates has not been reached, fees already paid will be reimbursed.
Article 6 – Withdrawal from the course
In case of withdrawal from the course the candidate is required to inform the LLLC in writing as soon as possible.
From the moment of applying to the course, the candidate has a withdrawal period of 14 days to withdraw at no cost.
After this period the LLLC may charge a cancellation fee:
Cancellation more than 7 opening days before the course start date: reimbursement of the total amount of the registration fee;
Cancellation less than 7 opening days before the course start date: reimbursement of 90 % of the registration fees;
Cancellation after the course start date: total amount of fees remains due to the CSL.
In case of application for registration on the course less than 14 days prior to its starting date, the candidate agrees that classes begin before the end of the withdrawal period.
However, in this case, if the candidate uses his/her right to withdraw, he/she is only entitled to a full reimbursement of the fees if he/she withdraws before the course start date. Once the course has begun, reimbursement will be proportional to the classes scheduled after the date of withdrawal.
In certain exceptional cases (serious illness, accident of the candidate …) the LLLC can proceed to the reimbursement of the registration fees. Such decisions taken by the LLLC are without appeal and without motivation.
Article 7 – Teaching staff and course content
The course content, a potential list of teaching staff, as well as the programme displayed in the brochure or on our website are subject to change.
Article 8 – Dates and place of course
The course is held in Luxembourg.
Candidates shall be informed of the dates as well as the location and modalities where the classes will be held, once the registration fees have been received by the LLLC.
Article 9 – Course attendance
Course attendance is compulsory and shall be verified by the candidate’s signature of an attendance sheet distributed by the lecturer at the beginning of each of the classes or via electronic attendance sheets.
Article 10 – Communication of information during the course
Candidates receive information by the LLLC by email during the course.
Article 11 – Qualifications
In order to be awarded the diploma delivered by the university in charge of the study programme, participants are required to have attended and passed all modules. They are required to have defended their Bachelor’s or Master’s dissertation successfully.
Article 12 – Exam regulations
Exam procedures are defined in accordance with the exam guidelines of the University delivering the diploma.
Article 13 – Examination papers
Examination papers and dissertations are kept either by the LLLC or by the University delivering the diploma.
The LLLC keeps exam copies and dissertations for a duration of 3 years. The University delivering the diploma keeps them for 2 years.
By accepting these terms and conditions, you authorise the CSL to publish photographs and pictures in which you can be personally identified (mostly during our graduation ceremonies) on the CSL and LLLC websites, on social networks used by the CSL as well as in other publications by the CSL.