The internal regulations of the National Language Institute aim to establish common rules for the proper functioning of the Institute and for language learning. They are a complement to the INL’s charter as well as to national legistlation and the grand-ducal regulations which define the status and organisation of the INL. Please see www.inll.lu for the regulations in full.
Learners are committed to using the learning tools and strategies necessary to succeed in the context of the proposed objectives.
Behaviour and attitude
The members of the school community (learners, teachers, staff) commit themselves to
adopt a responsible and respectful attitude, conducive to intercultural exchange and social integration,
adopt an attitude of respect, tolerance, cooperation, courtesy, and fairness,
refrain from all forms of physical and verbal violence and any discriminatory expression based on gender, physical appearance, religion, sexual orientation, national, social, or ethnic origin of other members,
respect the premises, the furniture and the equipment made available,
use the bins in accordance with the waste sorting system and generally ensure the cleanliness of the premises,
to ensure the cleanliness of the premises, inside the building as well as on the entire site,
to ensure the supervision of their child/children at the reception desk.
Any theft or damage will be charged.
Only persons who are enrolled for a course will be admitted to the classroom.
Fire, tobacco, alcohol, drugs, and animals
It is imperative that each person
avoid any action that could cause a fire,
take note of the evacuation plans and fire instructions posted in the premises,
refrain from any possession, consumption and/or trafficking of illegal and legal products (weapons, dangerous objects, alcohol dangerous objects, alcohol, drugs, etc.).
Within the premises of the institute, it is strictly forbidden
to smoke and to consume drugs or narcotics,
to hold, possess, use, or advertise the use of any weapon, any blunt or dangerous object, any dangerous products and any object or product imitating them,
to bring in animals.
A learner whose behaviour is obviously affected by the use of alcohol, drugs or other substances shall be immediately withdrawn from teaching activities. The police may be called in or a complaint lodged, depending on the gravity of the incident.
The INL assumes no obligation to keep and/or preserve the personal property of students and declines all responsibility in the event of theft, loss, disappearance, damage, or accidents to such property. Students are advised not to bring valuables. Any accident on the premises must be reported immediately to the management.
Failure to comply with these rules may result in disciplinary action up to and including permanent dismissal.