The Lab Blog

The Beauty of TheLab: Growth and potential in Luxembourg

Submitted by alberto on Wed, 28 Jun 2017 - 09:36

TheLab is a unique online platform that helps those who wish to develop their skills to meet people and find a workshop or course that’s suited to them. In addition to this, TheLab also allows teachers who are located in and around Luxembourg to share the classes they run. This means students attend more classes, and come away with the qualifications or skills they desire.

A successful way to book the right course for you

About ALPF

Submitted by Anonymous (not verified) on Tue, 06 Jun 2017 - 16:50
ALPF is a non profit organization that wants to bring together all freelance teachers who work in Luxembourg, regardless of the subject they teach.

Quitting my well paid job in Luxembourg

Submitted by Lorenzo on Fri, 28 Apr 2017 - 15:57

Work hard and there will be a lot to earn. This is what we usually hear when decide to move in any industry. Developing your career in any field is very difficult. A very few people bring the best luck while rest of the world struggle hard to get the dreams. Living in Luxemburg is exactly exciting but it is full of competition. Everyone has to face the difficulties in official or corporate life in order to fulfill the dreams. I am proud to say that it was very lucky for me to get a highly paid job in this country after completing my academic life.

The magic of spring in Lux

Submitted by Anonymous (not verified) on Fri, 31 Mar 2017 - 13:49
March 20th is here and with it comes the official start of spring, one of the best seasons when in a place like Luxembourg. The beauty of Luxembourg in spring is something you need to live and what better way to do so then with all the outdoor activities at your footsteps.

About Luxembourg

Submitted by Anonymous (not verified) on Fri, 31 Mar 2017 - 13:35
Luxembourg is an interesting place to live in and that is because of a few reasons. But first a little history lesson. Luxembourg is one of the world's smallest states with only 2586 square km. On its right is Germany, Belgium to the left and France to the south.