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National reforms related to transversal skills and employability


14.Ongoing reforms and policy developments

14.5National reforms related to transversal skills and employability

Last update: 29 March 2024


There have been no reforms so far.


There have been no reforms.


New platform for learning the Luxembourg language

The new e-learning platform "Lëtzebuergesch léieren online" has been launched at the beginning of the school year 2022/23. It was developed by the National Institute of Languages (INL) and includes the A1 and A2 level modules and will be progressively expanded up to the C1 level*.

The learning system offers an interface in French, English, German, Portuguese and Luxembourgish with different types of modules (vocabulary, grammar, pronunciation, news, etc.). The new platform also responds to the high demand for enrolment in Luxembourgish courses, the number of which has doubled in 10 years (68 000 enrolments in the last 5 years).

This diversity in the supply of Luxembourgish language courses for adults is also part of the government's ongoing efforts to train cross-border workers who come to work in the Grand Duchy.  

*Corresponding to the Common European Framework of Reference for Languages

Highly specialised IT training

Although the Digital Learning Hub's offer is part of the continuing vocational education and training of the Ministry of Education, Children and Youth, the courses offered are also aimed at :

  • interested secondary school or university leavers (with or without a degree)
  • young people who have just finished secondary school or university
  • jobseekers who are considering a professional reorientation (reskilling)
  • digital professionals who want to improve their skills (upskilling).


There have been no reforms.