One of the key issues in the strategic development of the University of Aruba (UA) is the need to orient its service more explicitly towards the development of the Aruban society. CLL extends the mission and vision of the University of Aruba and does so with a focus on offering learning opportunities throughout life to various stakeholders in our society at the individual, organizational as well as national level. CLL has as motto “Enabling Growth”.  This growth is achieved by means of providing continuous education for holistic human development and personal growth.

Research & Social service

The CLL utilizes a combination of various instruments in order to meet the needs and demands of the market, including but not limited to:

  • Lectures
  • Post Academic courses
  • Tailor-made training/schooling
  • Seminars and symposia
  • Workshops
  • Short courses including summer courses

Upcoming Events

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Sep 25: Craving change?

A how-to workshop for changing your relationship with yourself…
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Sep 28: Personal investing in times of zero interest

Saving for a house, retirement or a new car today can be a sobering…
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Nov 20: Supply Chain Management & Human Resource Management

The course is valuable for any professional and/or people having…

Events Archive


PAO-cursus: Appartementsrecht en Timesharing

Cursus 1: Appartementsrecht Dinsdag, 24 mei 2016 Het appartementsrecht…

Naar een nieuwe Arubaanse democratie

Ontwikkelingen, problemen en uitdagingen Gedurende dit seminar…

Diversifying the Educational System in Aruba

The possible introduction of the International Baccalaureate The…

PAO-cursus: Actualiteiten materieel strafrecht

De nieuwste jurisprudentie van de Hoge Raad over centrale leerstukken…

Afscheidssymposium Dirk Herman de Jong

Da Capo al Fine U wordt hierbij uitgenodigd voor de afscheidssymposium…

Evaluatie 5 jaar Caribisch Nederland en 30 jaar Land Aruba

Lessen voor het koninkrijk Heeft Caribisch Nederland toekomst?…

New forms of quasi-citizenship: the case of Suriname

In recent years, migrant-sending countries around the world have…