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Our Master degree programmes

Master in Learning and Communication in Multilingual and Multicultural Contexts


Since the first year of the Master (2007/2008) a group of an average of 30 students has been admitted to the programme per academic year upon a competitive selection process.

Student's work

In the context of the master, the following students have defended their Master Thesis succesfully on the following topics:


  • ALAKBAROVA, Nargiz (07/2022): Advantages and challenges of raising children bilingually in Luxembourg. The case of immigrant Azerbaijani parents of pre-school children in Luxembourg
  • BADEU, Andreea (07/2022): Linguistic Practices in Touristic Venues in Luxembourg. A comparative study between the Science Center and the Luxembourg City History Museum
  • BATATOLI, Eleni (07/2022): Educators' responses to legal requirements for plurilingual education: a case study in an international crèche in Luxembourg
  • BAYKARA, Reyhan (07/2022): Ready to learn Sanskrit in 18 minutes?: A study of Online Marketing Strategies in Yoga Tourism
  • BREFO, Samuel (07/2022): The Experience of being an African Student in the Western Academic Context of Luxembourg.
  • CANTON, Amela (07/2022): “Current Language Ideological Debates, New Linguistic Ideologies and Discourses Among Young Adults on Catalan Digital Media (Canal Malaia)”
  • CAO, Yajing (07/2022): Cultural Identities of the of the Overseas Chinese Intellectuals: A Case Study on Intellectual Historian Yü Ying-shih (1930-2021)
  • ERCEM, Tugce (07/2022): Support Structures Turkish Parents Put in Place to Help Their Children Become Multilingual in Luxembourg
  • FERNANDES NAVALHA Melany (02/2022): Academic trends and their impacts on academic actors: a small-scale study at the University of Luxembourg
  • GOLUBEVA, Olga (07/2022): Two sides of belonging: an ethnographic study of non-EU students’ experience in Luxembourg
  • HOUZELLES, Cécile (07/2022): Quelle identité pour les enfants de la Seconde Guerre Mondiale dans la Vallée de Masevaux, un territoire entre France et Allemagne.
  • KAIRAITYTE, Lingaile (07/2022): The Role of Complementary Schools in Childrens's Perception of Citizenship: a Case Study of Lithuanian Complementary School in Luxembourg
  • KAYSER, Julia (07/2022): The impact of multilingual higher education on identity – Perspectives of International Students in a Trilingual Master Program in Luxembourg
  • KHOMIAKOVA, Olena (07/2022): A Case Study: Profile of an Ideal Trainee in the European Parliament
  • KNOTTENBELT, Saskia (07/2022): Linguistic competency and belonging: migrants in multilingual Luxembourg
  • LATIC, Aldina (07/2022): Your anger on the walls, your empathy on the streets, our (digital) emotions”- Feminist street activism in Luxembourg
  • LOVASZ, Abel (07/2022): Multilingualism and first language attrition: A case study of Luxembourg.
  • MOTTE, Alizée (07/2022): Voluntary migrations and identity transformation dynamics across borders: A case study inside the European Union
  • MUTSCH, Tom (07/2022): The Construction of Imagined Communities in Luxembourgish (mass-) Media  - Audience Design at RTL Luxembourg
  • NICASTRO, Luca (07/2022): Emotional Intelligence in Education: Its effects as an academic discipline
  • POGGI Clémentine (02/2022): “Profiling of Newcomers in Luxembourg: The Influence of Language and Digital Divide on their Online Information Seeking Behaviours”
  • POLYZOI Kalliopi (02/2022): Creation of Travel Content on Instagram: The Role of Greek influencers' posts on visits to Greece
  • NGWENI Roline (02/2022): Anglophone teachers' sense of national identity in Cameroon and the identity teachers intend to transfer to learners after 2016
  • ROVIRA, Stephania (07/2022): Doing family and building heritage gaze on food through communal cooking and eating
  • STERGIOU, Konstantina (07/2022): Translators' Conceptualisations of Intercultural Competence based on their Personal, Professional, and Study Experiences.   
  • ZOFFOLI, Margaux (07/2022): Les pratiques linguistiques du secteur de l'industrie au Luxembourg: comprendre les habitudes des clients afin de faire croître son entreprise.
  • ZURAVLIOVA, Jelena (07/2022): Challenges of Transition to Remote Working in Legal Sector: Case Study of Lithuanian Prosecution Service


  • ANTONIOU, Evangelia (02/2021): Graffiti in Luxembourg: Spatial Perceptions and Ideologies of Luxembourgish Graffiti Artists
  • BETTI, Raphael (02/2021): Integration neu zugewanderter Kinder in das Luxemburgische Schulsystem
  • EFREMOV, Dmitrii (02/2021): Introduction of Synchronous Hybrid Classroom  and its Impact on Teaching and Learning at the University of Luxembourg during the COVID-19 Pandemic Luxembourg”
  • LEADLEY, Zane (02/2021): Yoga, Flow and Identity: A Case Study of a Multicultural Yoga Class
  • PAPAMARGARITI, Maria (02/2021): Interactive Terminology for Europe - The new Format of the IATE EU Terminology Database
  • SCIASCIA, Giuseppina (02/2021): Cultural Frame Switching, Integration or Categorization? Exploring different ways of being bicultural among second Generation German-Italians
  • VENCHEVA TODOROVA, Vessela (02/2021): Discrimination in the workplace: The Experience of highly-qualified Eastern European women in Luxembourg
  • CHASOMERI, Elissavet (06/2021): Integration of Albanian students at Primary Education in Greece: Opinions of the headteachers in Primary schools on Paros island
  • CHRISTODOULOU, Ruby (06/2021): Breaking the Glass of Optical Illusions: An In-depth Analysis of Characters' Identities in Disney Movies
  • DELGADO, Stephanie (06/2021): The Representation of Black People in a "Luxembourgish" High School Textbook: A Critical Visual Analysis
  • DO, Phuong Anh (06/2021): The Emergence and Success of K-Pop in the West: Social Media-based Communication Strategies of Korean Entertainment Industry
  • HALILAJ, Blendi (06/2021): Immigration to Greece: Inter-communal attitudes of Albanians and Greeks
  • HOCQ, Eline (06/2021): English as a Lingua Franca in a francophone business: employees' perception of effective communication
  • HOSSAIN, Shahadat (06/2021): Codeswitching in a Community of Bangladeshis in the United Kingdom (UK)
  • IGNACZUK, Odete (06/2021): Perceptions, practices and challenges of homeschooling for minority language parents during the confinement in Luxembourg
  • JOHNSON, Greeshma (06/2021): Comparative Study of India and Luxembourg Educational Culture: an Anthropological Approach
  • JOINEAU, Samira (06/2021): The role of an e-marketing strategy within a B2B2C company: Case study of Buderus’ online presence on social media
  • KANEVSKAYA, Daria (06/2021): Russian speaking families and public preschools in Luxembourg: cultural encounters, challenges and possibilities
  • KANZA, Charline (06/2021): 'I See Myself in the middle': identity choices among African second-generation migrants in Verona
  • LEUKAVETS, Tatsiana (06/2021): Learning a Foreign Language with Hearing Loss
  • MENTGEN, Michael (06/2021): Exploring the role of the home languages in a Luxembourghish primary school
  • METZLER, Sophie (06/2021): Linguistic and cultural adaptations in the translation of children’s books: An analysis of Voices in the Park (Browne, 1998)
  • NAFIE, Lina (06/2021): Learning history in early childhood: Using historical movies with kindergarten children in an 'école maternelle' 
  • OLMO, Mara (06/2021): Examining media representations of women politicians through the portrayal of Luxembourg Minister of Health Paulette Lenert in Luxembourgish newspapers during the COVID-19 pandemic
  • POLYZOI, Kalliopi (06/2021): Visualization of traveling on Instagram: Travel posts of Greek influencers affect the decision of public to visit Greek destinations
  • QUINTUS, Angélique (06/2021): Representations of primary teachers on the Portuguese language in multilingual Luxembourg a sociolinguistic perspective
  • SHAROYAN, Gohar (06/2021): Reconnecting with voice: Exploring Podcasting With University Students As A Means Of Self-expression
  • SPEDENER, Jacques (06/2021): Cultural Transfer and the Economy of Linguistic Globalization: the Role of English in Korean and Japanese Popular Music from 2010 to 2020
  • VENTURA, Miriam (06/2021): "In Germany you have to speak Deutsch" A journey throuhg the learning experiences of plurilingual non-European migrants in Trier
  • VERBA, Iryna (06/2021): Heritage language maintenance and family language policy: a case of immigrant families residing in Luxembourg
  • WALDBILLIG, Kim (06/2021): Blended-Learning Approach as Tool of Inclusion in Language Classes for Emerging Literate Adult Refugees: Case-Study in Luxembourg in Times of COVID-19 and Beyond
  • WISSMANN, Agnes (06/2021): Feminismus auf Instagram: eine kommunikationswissenschaftliche Analyse zweier feministischer Instagram-Accounts
  • YEYASAN, Lilit (06/2021): The American diaspora and Armenian expat families' personal experiences with schooling situation in Luxembourg
  • ZHANG, Yimin (06/2021): “Ech sinn e Lëtzebuerger, deen zu zwee Heemechtslänner gehéiert.” – A study on identity construction of the second-generation migrants in Luxembourg born in the 1990s