School and education in Luxembourg
Thanks to the Just Arrived paper guide, find all the necessary information concerning the education of your child, his schooling according to his age as well as further information about the possibilities of in-service training in Luxembourg.
Of a practical format, you can consult it at your convenience, put it in your bag, your car or leave itt at the office.
Looking for a job or training matching your needs? The French Institute of Luxembourg / Embassy of France in Luxembourg, the Campus France Agency, the French Chamber of Commerce and Industry, the Luxembourg Chamber of Commerce, Business France, Moovijob and the Cedies organise a fair called “Études et Carrières”, to be held on 5 February 2019, […]
The latest InterNations study, Expat Insider 2018, has just been released. As last year, Luxembourg is one of the favourite destinations for expatriates and ranks 15th out of 68 countries studied! More than 18,000 expatriates from 178 different countries around the world responded to InterNations’ annual survey. We would like to give you some background […]
Under the supervision of the French Ministry of Europe and Foreign Affairs, the French Institute is in charge of promoting the French language and culture in the world and in Luxembourg. For this autumn 2018, the French Institute of Luxembourg has a new look. The premises have been refurbished and the facade redone to improve […]
Recently graduate or future graduate, you are looking for a job or an internship in Luxembourg? Only one address: the Unicareers Job Fair in Luxembourg on Friday, September 28, 2018 at Luxexpo The Box. Unicareers, a job fair dedicated to students and young people Looking for a job or an internship? The 5th edition of […]
A new school year will begin soon, which means a new school calendar! Like every year, many school holidays are planned for your children in Luxembourg. Just Arrived lists the dates of the school holidays below! School calendar 2017-2018 in Luxembourg This year, the school year for Luxembourgish fundamental schools and Luxembourgish high schools starts on […]
As everyone knows, the Limpertsberg district in Luxembourg faces today many traffic problems, especially when entering and leaving schools. School buses in the neighborhood reinforce residents’ feelings of discontent. By 2025 more than 5,000 pupils and students are expected to leave the Limpertsberg area with the planned short-term move of several schools and the University […]