The National Institute of Languages (INL) is placed under the authority of the Ministry of Education and its main purpose is to provide modern language courses for adults.
The INL Charter is an agreement on the common values for a harmonious living together of the school community, composed of INL staff and learners.
The INL encourages personal development in its human and multicultural diversity, within the framework of common fundamental values:
Respect and tolerance
Everyone is respected and respects others by accepting differences.
Cooperation and courtesy
Everyone strives to work together in a courteous and friendly manner.
Everyone receives equal treatment and consideration.
Members of the school community commit themselves to a responsible and respectful attitude, conducive to intercultural exchange and social integration, in a climate of mutual understanding.
Learners are committed to using the learning tools and strategies necessary for their success within the framework of the proposed objectives.
The INL is committed to transparent communication and to doing its utmost to help learners build, develop and achieve their learning pathway and educational project.
Law of 22 May 2009 creating a National Language Institute, Mémorial A n°112 of 26/05/2009 (pages 1637 to 1641). The INL’s mission is also to foster social and professional integration, to promote multilingualism and intercultural exchange, and to serve as an international and national examination centre for the Luxembourg language.