Have you just arrived in Luxembourg and you would like to know more about education and training available to you in the country ?
In this section you can find out all you need to know about how the school system works, school support and childcare. Just Arrived also has a detailed list of public, private and international secondary schools to help you make the best choice for you or your child. Also, there is some practical information on the different training courses available in the Grand Duchy.
After-school care centres of the City of Luxembourg aim at providing after-school care to school aged children (aged 3-12 years) who are enrolled in the Luxembourgish educational system.
Children are taken care of in the after-school care centre of their district. After-school care centres remain open on school holidays.
Please refer to the above mentioned website for further information and to download the registration form.
+352 47 96 32 73
The small ads of these websites have many nannies looking for work.
The National Childhood Office is part of the Ministry of Education, Childhood and Youth relating to the request for psycho-social help, focusing on prevention and early identification of psycho-social distress situations.
67, r. Verte
The public Luxembourgish schools Athénée de Luxembourg and the Lycée Technique du Centre are listed as IB World Schools. Students can to follow the International Baccalaureate syllabus (Students must take a test to be accepted). The IB International Diploma is recognised by all the large Universities throughout the world.
162A, av. de la Faïencerie
Mon.-Fri., 9 am-12 pm and 1.30 pm-4 pm
Internet portal for lifelong learning in Luxembourg.
It pools over 6 000 training activities offered by the Ministry of Education, of Children and Youth, the training bodies of the professional chambers, associations and private training providers.
It also gives all kinds of information on training support, guidance, qualifications…
This website gives you information on your training leave entitlement to learn Luxembourgish.
Luxembourgish classes dedicated to French and English native speakers. Training method via MP3 download (free classes). All classes are based on daily life and focus on oral and comprehension skills. Videos and pictures make the learning fun.
The Luxdico iPhone and iPad app is a great translation tool and easy to use.
A great, free concept, it is cultural, educational and gastronomical all at the same time! Visit the website to find out the meeting dates, which take place once a month, the second to last wednesday of the month generally. On that day find a seat at a table of your choice and there is no limit to the languages spoken: For example: French, English, Luxembourgish, German, Spanish, along with Russian, Arabic, Chinese! Over tapas, a BBQ or other, you won’t just improve your language skills but also broaden your cultural knowledge and circle of friends.
Exaustiv list of all the high schools in Luxembourg.