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Mandatory textbooks relevant to the national curriculum in Luxembourg are now free for students in public high schools and private secondary schools. According to which year and educational level the students is at, this could save families up to €450 a year.
The Ministry of National Education, Childhood and Youth announced on 23 July 2018 that students can now access the site mybooks.lu and order the textbooks they require and receive them new for free.
According to a press release, the offer is available to students in: general and classical public secondary schools in Luxembourg, public technical high schools and classes that apply the Luxembourg curriculum in private schools, such as the École privée Fieldgen, École privée Marie-Consolatrice, École privée Sainte-Anne, Lycée privé Emile Metz and École privée Notre-Dame.
The application app.mybooks.lu is accessible on PC, smartphone and digital tablet. Students can connect via a personalised login and access the list of mandatory textbooks to which they are entitled.
Detailed information, an online tutorial and the list of participating bookstores are available on mybooks.lu.