Urbanists recently graduated from FCAT.
The "Formation Continue en Aménagement du Territoire" (FCAT) of the University of Luxembourg annually offers training for qualified urban planners.
In 2022, the University of Luxembourg will once again graduate a group of newly qualified urban planners who have successfully completed the "FCAT - Formation Continue en Aménagement du Territoire" (Training in Spatial Planning). In this context, our CEO Patrick Meyer gave the lecture "Urbanism from a developer's point of view" on 5 July - as previously in the years since 2015. Afterwards, the graduates explained their group work to the audience, consisting of representatives from the Ministry, the Fonds du Logement and - this year for the first time - also from politics.
A big thank you for the great commitment to all involved, both to the graduates and to Markus Hesse/Tom Becker (University of Luxembourg), Claude Schuman/Frank Goeders (Ministry of the Interior, Directorate for Municipal Planning and Urban Development), Michel Wolter (Mayor of Bascharage) and his aldermen Josée-Anne Siebenaler-Thill and Frank Pirrotte.