Since its creation by the UCL in 1984, CLL has given a communicative, oral and interactive approach to language teaching. An approach based primarily upon your individual needs.
Our aim is to provide you with exactly the right type of training programme based upon your needs, motivation and personal goals. Language training can only be truly effective if you have a real desire to learn. CLL's pedagogical approach allows you to become the protagonist of your own training
At CLL, we guarantee :
CLL is the only Belgian school accredited by Eaquals, the European association for Excellence in Language Education.
In 2017, CLL received for the sixth time the Qfor seal of approval, certifying the quality of training in our organisation. To receive this seal of approval, CLL passed the satisfaction audit for the management of its processes and resources, proof of the quality of its services
A team of 500 trainers teaching 37 languages actively pursue ongoing professional development opportunities and pool their experience to constantly develop their pedagogical techniques.
At CLL, we guarantee :
The criteria used to define CLL’ s quality can be found in our Quality charter.
Language Examination Centre was created at CLL in 2014. Today, CLL's Language Examination Centre is now recognized by the Association of Language Testers in Europe after having obtained the status of "ALTE Institutional Affiliate" in 2016.
Language Examination Centre conducts exams with the following associations:
At the Language Examination Centre you can sit exams for every language level and obtain diplomas or official certificates for French and Dutch.
TechITeasy is a new school dedicated to training in Digital technologies. It was created by CLL Language Centres in partnership with l'Ecole Polytechnique de Louvain.
From summer 2016, TechITeasy offers half-day and week-long workshops to 10 - 16 year olds. They can discover 3D Printing, Robotics or Mobile Application Development.
The ALLINGUA language centre was opened in Luxembourg in 2007. Its activities are primarly focused on public institutions located in the Grand Duchy.
At the heart of a consortium between the Catholic University of Leuven and Altissia, the CLL was selected by the European Commission to ensure linguistic support until 2020 for the Online Linguistic Support (OLS) programme for Erasmus+ students.