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Our Master degree programmes

Master in Learning and Communication in Multilingual and Multicultural Contexts

Here you will find answers to some of the most frequently occurring questions.

Q: How many people get accepted every year on the programme?

A: The number of students per academic year vary from 25 to 40 depending on the quality of applications

Q: Do I have to be proficient in all three languages of the programme?

A: As this is a trilingual MA programme, there are courses taught in all three languages (sometimes in more than one). Nevertheless, you do not necessarily have to speak well all three of them, you need however to have good skills in at least two of them.

Q: Are there any language courses provided?

A: There are intensive short-term language courses as part of the programme at the beginning of both 1st and 2nd semesters. In addition to these courses, the university also offers weekly language courses in English, French and German.

Q: Do I have to stick with the Master thesis idea I used in my application?

A: As it is very possible that one changes their mind throughout the programme, you are not obliged to stick with the idea you originally had.

Q: How many hours would I spend at University in average?

A: The courses take place on Thursdays and Fridays afternoon and evening, and on Saturday. The amount of hours one spends at the faculty per day, however, mainly depends on the schedule of the courses the student choses each semester.

Q: What does the term ‘courses in form of seminars’ mean?

A: That means that there is no constant weekly schedule, but each class has a specific number of teaching hours to be fulfilled throughout the semester. It means also that the format is highly interactive. There are moments where the teachers teach and others with group activities.

Q: What are the main IT tools I will have to use during the programme ?

A: Each student is provided with a personal outlook email and has access to several computers on the faculty grounds. In addition, each student has access to a moodle account via which they can find all the information related to the courses offered.

Q: What is the difference between a full-time and a part-time student?

A: A full-time student finishes the 120 ECTS of the Master in 2-years. A part-time student has to obtain 20 ECTs per semester to remain in good standing and finishes  the 120 ECTS credit in 4 years.


Written by Kerasia Sklavounou (Master student 2015’)– in the frame of the course ‘Marketing and Global Communication Development’ taught by Christophe Regnault.