About International School of Luxembourg

ISL is a member of a unique class of educational institutions that proudly include the word "international" in their name. ISL is a Preschool to Grade 12 school with an outstanding pedagogical approach to learning in the early years (Lower School), and a rigorous, globally conscious, university-preparatory curriculum for growing teens (Middle and High School).

As an IBO World School, we ensure our graduates are offered a preparation for life-long learning based on the highest global standards and the best-practices of international schools worldwide. At the International School of Luxembourg, through learning and growing up together in our inclusive society, our students develop an understanding of, and appreciation for, different nationalities, cultures and faiths.

Our curriculum is taught in English. Internationalism permeates every subject at ISL and underpins all discussions, actions and views enabling our school community to interact with and learn from our host country. In a spirit of empathy and tolerance, our students continually evolve their individual and cultural identities while openly embracing membership of a community that is socially, culturally and linguistically diverse.

Using the world as our broadest context for learning, our students engage in various ethical and environmental issues which help them to become knowledgeable globally-aware citizens unafraid of future challenges. Students are willing not only to communicate but also to participate in a compassionate way towards making our world a more respectful, peaceful and equitable place for all people.Our supportive, multi-national community collaborates to create an environment for learning that fosters not only the confidence to succeed, but also an appreciation for being situated in Luxembourg at the very heart of European culture.

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Getting There & Hotel Recommendations

This event is being held at International School of Luxembourg in Luxembourg. We recommend finding the best deal using Google Flights.

There are a number of hotels close to the school. Check out our recommendations below:

Pact Belair

Located in the residential area of Belair, next to the Parc de Merl and in the immediate vicinity of the city center, which is less than fifteen minutes’ walk, the Hotel Parc Belair offers you an incomparable quality and a unique service.

With its restaurant Le Bistrot Grill, its terrace and different conference and banqueting facilities, the hotel is a premium address in Luxembourg.

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Parc Belle-Vue

Through a unique location positioned near the city center and facing the “Pétrusse Valley” the Hotel Parc Belle-Vue gives the ability to benefit from a calm environment and overlook the beautiful cityscape of Luxembourg.

The Hotel Parc Belle-Vue is the ideal departure point for your city visit. A warm welcome, comfortable rooms and facilities make the Hotel Belle-Vue an address that guarantees quality for a successful stay. Book Now


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Directions to the School

The conferences and summits are held at The International School of Luxembourg, 36, boulevard Pierre Dupong, L-1430 Luxembourg, Grand Duchy of Luxembourg. Please note that the postal address, 36 boulevard Pierre Dupong, does not actually correspond to the geographic location. From the pinpointed location on the Google Map or any navigational system map, head south to the end of boulevard Pierre Dupong.

Turn right, and bear right around the circular glass Forum building in order to enter the unnamed slip road onto the campus. Continue to the end of the slip road where you will arrive at our main building. Please be advised parking is not available on campus, parking is available at the Fischer Parking Bouillon directly across the road from the school. Please see diagram below for further details.

Red arrows indicate possible driving directions, the yellow arrows indicate walking from the parking complex. Click here for Directions to the School.


From Luxembourg Airport

  • Take the E25 direction Brussels/Arlon
  • Continue on the autoroute to the Croix de Cessange
  • At the Croix de Cessange
  • Exit at Luxembourg-Hollerich to A4
  • Keep left, take the underpass, then turn left at the second traffic light (Merl-Belair). At the first traffic light, cross the A4 access road and make a sharp left onto the slip road which provides access to the campus. Turn right at the next traffic light and follow the small road past Lycée Aline Mayrisch to our parking lot at the end.

From Brussels, Belgium

  • Take the E25 South, direction Arlon and then direction Luxembourg
  • Continue on the autoroute to the Croix de Cessange
  • At the Croix de Cessange
  • Exit at Luxembourg-Hollerich to A4
  • Keep left, take the underpass, then turn left at the second traffic light (Merl-Belair). At the first traffic light, cross the A4 access road and make a sharp left onto the slip road which provides access to the campus. Turn right at the next traffic light and follow the small road past Lycée Aline Mayrisch to our parking lot at the end.

From Metz, France

  • Take the E25 north direction Thionville and then direction Luxembourg-Brussels/Arlon
  • Continue on the autoroute to the Croix de Cessange
  • At the Croix de Cessange
  • Exit at Luxembourg-Hollerich to A4
  • Keep left, take the underpass, then turn left at the second traffic light (Merl-Belair). At the first traffic light, cross the A4 access road and make a sharp left onto the slip road which provides access to the campus. Turn right at the next traffic light and follow the small road past Lycée Aline Mayrisch to our parking lot at the end.

From Trier, Germany

  • Take the E44 direction Luxembourg then the E25 direction Brussels/Arlon
  • Continue on the autoroute to the Croix de Cessange
  • At the Croix de Cessange
  • Exit at Luxembourg-Hollerich to A4
  • Keep left, take the underpass, then turn left at the second traffic light (Merl-Belair). At the first traffic light, cross the A4 access road and make a sharp left onto the slip road which provides access to the campus. Turn right at the next traffic light and follow the small road past Lycée Aline Mayrisch to our parking lot at the end.

Luxembourg City

The capital, perched on a bluff at the confluence of the Pétrusse and Alzette rivers, goes by the same name as the country - Lëtzebuerg in Luxembourgish. When Luxembourgers themselves refer to visiting the capital, they merely say they are going en ville (to the city). Ranging from southern European blue-collar workers to international bankers and European civil servants, half of Luxembourg's modest population of 88,000 are foreigners. This has given the city a cosmopolitan sheen and enriched it with a variety of ethnic restaurants, but the Luxembourgers themselves remain essentially homebodies, who go home for lunch if they can and see no point in hanging about in town after dark.


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