The IUIL is an institution missioned by the MESR (Ministry for Higher Education Research) responsible for continuous adult education. Its mission is to help organizations to develop by proposing adapted continuous training programs for their employees.

The IUIL develops training programmes that are:
  • market-oriented
  • learner-centred
  • pragmatic and results-oriented
  • flexible (combining classroom teaching and e-learning)
  • dynamic (evaluated on a regular basis and evolut

Organization chart

Executive Committee

  • JAEGER, Marc, President - President at the Court of the European Union
  • PUTZ, Jean-Luc, Membre - Magistrate at the Luxembourg District Court
  • WAGNER, Pol, Director - IUIL Director; Professor attached to the Ministry of Culture, Higher Education and Research

Academic Coucil

Six members appointed by the Grand Duke:
  • JAEGER Marc - President at the Court of the European Union
  • PUTZ Jean-Luc - Magistrate at the Luxembourg District Court
  • SCHOLTES Karin - Global Head HR at the Banque Internationale à Luxembourg (S.A.)
  • LENERT Paulette - Senior Government's Advisor, Ministry for Public Service and Administrative Reform
  • KLUMP Rainer - President of the University of Luxembourg
  • SCHLESSER Isabelle - Director of the Agence pour le développement de l’emploi (ADEM)
Six co-opted members:
  • ZENS Jean-Paul - Senior Government Counsellor, Director of the Media and Communication Department
  • DECKER Nicolas - Advocate at the Court
  • NATHAN Michel - Managing Director at the Centre Hospitalier Emile Mayrisch (CHEM), Chariman of the Board of Directors at the Centre François Baclesse
  • ELSEN Yves - Managing Partner & CEO at HITEC Luxembourg, Chairman of the Board of Governance at the University of Luxembourg
  • FISCHBACH Marc - President of the COPAS, former national Ombudsman, former Minister of Justice and National Education

Government Commissioner

DIEDERICH Léon - Senior Government Counsellor at the Ministry for Higher Education and Research


The IUIL sustains the Luxemburgish economy by developing social competencies and techniques within companies by training their employees.

This is made possible by the in depth analysis of their training needs in order to propose the most suitable solution from continuing education to the creation of practical tools.

Pol Wagner,
Pol Wagner,