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Lifelong learning

Learning is an ongoing process that continues after graduation.

What is lifelong learning?

Lifelong learning (LLL) complements, deepens, renews or extends knowledge, understanding and qualifications.

A participant in lifelong learning is not a student under the Higher Education Act.

Lifelong learning is a paid form of education and participants are issued with a certificate of completion.

It is not possible to obtain an academic degree within the framework of LLL. When transferring to a regular course of study (after passing the entrance exam), successful C.L.V. graduates may be awarded credits earned in the C.L.V. programme up to 60 % of the credits required for regular graduation and the award of a degree.

Department of Lifelong Learning

Tel: +420 549 49 6229