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Gründung und Anerkennung privater luxemburgischer Hochschulen – Von der zwingenden Ausfüllung einer europarechtswidrigen Gesetzeslücke

Thomas Gergen

Abstract: Can there not be a distinct Luxembourgian founding of institutions of higher education? The perusal of the Luxembourgian law for institutions of higher education does not only leave prospective founders uncertain, but does, prima facie, place them in the area of the illegal; this needs to be contradicted. Hence, would the possibility of founding be considered limited by the law, discrimination of residents would occur. However, this can not be the case due to numerous juridical reasons (European law, constitutional law, and right of establishment). The presented article sheds light on the backgrounds, and positions national and international recognition of these institutions of higher education, as well as their assigned degrees and titles (professorships), on a secured juridical foundation.
Keywords: law / juridical / institutions of higher education / Luxembourgian / founders uncertain

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