Back to School 23/2022 at the National Institute of Languages

There are still places left in all languages! Registration and appointment at myinl.inll.lu.

The fall of Monday marked the start of a new school year for some 7,500 people eager to learn a language or improve their language skills.

For the fall semester, INL offers around 500 language courses for adults at its three locations – at INL-Glacis, INL-Belval (at the popular university site) and INL- Mersch.

The languages ​​taught are German, English, Chinese, Spanish, French, Italian, Luxembourgish, Dutch and Portuguese.

This academic year, in order to diversify the course offer at INL, Portuguese has joined with Spanish and the other five languages ​​taught at Belval. In addition, higher levels of Dutch have been added to the Glacis website.

Experimental e-learning classes are prepared in English, distinguishing between standard and business courses and include a preparation class for the IELTS (International English Language Testing System) exam.

INL courses are available to all adults. To be able to enroll, you must pass an online orientation test and interview, which will allow the person in question to enter a class of his or her level.

These interviews are possible throughout the academic year. Make an appointment at myinl.inll.lu.

Back to School features new key features and projects:

Intensive courses for professional purposes

Following the great success of the Intensive Professional courses over the past academic year, they are now offered in four different languages, German, English, French and Luxembourgish, and this is on the three INL sites. These courses continue to be organized in collaboration with ADEM and according to their needs.

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Teaching Luxembourgish Language and Culture at the Nancy Metz Academy

Following the goal of the Ministry of National Education, Children and Youth, to promote the Luxembourgish language outside the borders of the Grand Duchy, a partnership agreement was signed between it and the Grand Region Academic Foundation. Introductory courses in Luxembourgish language and culture are currently offered to six French schools.

to the brochures “Schwätzt Dir Lëtzebuergesch?” – A1, A2 and B1, already sold in more than 77,500 units, add B2

The textbook B2 in the “Schwätzt Dir Lëtzebuergesch” series is now available as three learning files on the website www.sdl.inll.lu. In addition to the files, there is a guide for instructors, in order to provide them with advice on using the materials. This set will be completed during the academic year 2022/2023 with six additional learning files.

A working group of INL educators are currently developing an ‘Enhanced SDL’ app for tablets and smartphones allowing users to scan the pages of the three textbooks for A1, A2 and B1 levels and access additional exercises or information.

“Léier Lëtzebuergesch online” LLO.lu

Since its launch at the beginning of September, the new free platform for learning the Luxembourgish language, LLO.lu, has been a huge success with over 30,000 people signed up in less than two weeks.

The platform constantly adapts to the needs of the audience and enriches it with educational materials, and also provides information about educational activities, related to the Luxembourgish language and culture, that take place within the region as well as about informational meetings of the audience and trainers in the field.

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www.inll.lu website has a new look

In order to facilitate access to information and navigation on the INL website, it has been completely revised and adapted and will soon be published on the Internet.

ZLSK training

Since the start of the 2022/2023 academic year, the course “Zertifikat Lëtzebuerger Sprooch a Kultur” has been offered in a blended learning mode, featuring face-to-face and distance courses. Registration for the Spring Semester will begin in November 2022.

Issued by the Ministry of National Education, Children and Youth / National Institute of Languages ​​(INL)

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