We focus on the power of dialogue on a daily basis. Our professional and committed language training team offers you courses in a pleasant and inspiring learning environment, so that you can develop your command of the language of your choice in the best possible conditions.
Our language offer is entirely based on the guidelines of the Common European Framework of Reference for Languages (CEFR). We cover all language levels, starting with A1. Our teaching units are 100 minutes long and make use of all the language resources of our learners. Our methodology focuses on the activation of oral communication and reinforces independent language practice, encourages reflection on learning processes and invites regular self-assessment.
The European Commission has set itself the objective of promoting a culture of lifelong learning. In this context, the Luxembourg government supports the learning of the Luxembourg language through a system of grants for Lëtzebuergësch courses. Find out more about financial support for your language course here.
Flexible teaching units
Our offer consists of different types of courses. Choose the course format that suits you best:
Subject to compulsory continuous assessments to progress to the next level throughout the semester and entitles you to a skills assessment.
2 x or 3 x per week (depending on level).
Subject to assessments and entitles you to a skills assessment.
Subject to compulsory continuous assessment for progression to the next level throughout the semester and entitles the student to a skills assessment.
Maximum 2 x per week.
Target group: independent learners who are willing to invest time outside the course in their learning.
Standard Course + Enhanced Writing
Subject to compulsory continuous assessment to move up to the next level throughout the semester and entitles the student to a skills assessment.
Compared to the Standard course: written competence is worked on more in class.
Subject to assessment and entitled to a skills assessment.
Blended learning course
Subject to compulsory continuous assessments to move up to the next level throughout the semester and entitles the student to a skills assessment.
Alternating between classroom and distance learning. Both are compulsory and complementary.
Classroom teaching: 1 or 2 x per week a 100-minute class.
Distance learning: 1 x per week approximately 100 minutes of self-study.
Target group: autonomous people who have computer equipment (PC, laptop) connected to the Internet and know how to use it.
Good knowledge of word processing (Office, email, …) as well as the habit and/or willingness to use applications, a cloud and online sharing platforms are necessary to follow this type of course.
Workshop type courses
Target group: people who want to maintain their language level or progress at a slower pace than the compact/standard course.
Additional work outside the classroom may be required.
Not subject to assessment and therefore not eligible for a skills assessment.
Intensive courses for professional purposes
Duration: approximately 8 weeks.
Subject to evaluation and entitles the student to a skills assessment.
Target group: autonomous person with computer equipment (PC, laptop) connected to the Internet and knowing how to use it, ready to invest a minimum of 2 hours per day in learning specialised vocabulary (aim: socio-professional integration) outside of the course.
All courses, including courses for beginners, are given from the start in the target language concerned.
All courses are subject to the registration fees indicated in the course offer on MyINL.
The cost of purchasing the necessary materials and/or the course book is not covered by the registration fee.
Registration is a multi-stage process, including a placement test and a personal interview for new registrations (except for A1 beginner level). You can start the registration process throughout the year and get a recommended level which you can then use to select a course in September and February via our MyINL portal.
Are you interested in training in other areas as well? Take advantage of the numerous training aids here.
Common European Framework of Reference for Languages (CEFR)