According to the government, the school will start to move its language courses to the building next to the Glacis. After the Easter break, from 17 April, all classes will resume at the Glacis site and the temporary buildings in Kirchberg will be closed.
From 17 April, all language tests related to national and international certifications will be held at the Limpertsberg building, with the exception of the oral comprehension “Sproochentest” for obtaining nationality. These will continue at the European School II in Mamer. Click here to find out more about the move.
The original building at 21 boulevard de la Foire was constructed to accommodate the first European school in Luxembourg. The INL moved to prefabricated buildings close to the European School I in Kirchberg in the autumn of 2015, as the building was renovated and expanded. The renovations were expected to cost €9.5m.