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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:


  • AMIRYAN, Karine (06/2019): Teaching Intercultural Communicative Competence in a Heritage Language School. An Action Research Project in Primary Education in Luxembourg
  • BOBOWSKA, Justyna (02/2019): Educating a responsible and creative citizen in the context of multilingual and multicultural society of Luxembourg
  • BRESER, Nadine (06/2019): Translaguaging: eine Fallstudie in der Luxemburguischen Vorschule
  • DAVIS, Rebecca (06/2019): Seeking Goodness: Discourse of morality, submission, and uncertainty among American evangelical teenage girls
  • FILIPCIC, Ivana (06/2019): The Language Practices in a Childcare Institution in Luxembourg
  • HAERANI, Agusmia Putri (02/2019): Language Integration of Adult Refugee Students of a Multilingual University: a Case Study in Luxembourg
  • HAID SCHAMLLENBERG, Lissa (06/2019): “Schulscheitern” aus konstruktivistischer Perspektive: eine Untersuchung des Spannungsverhältnisses zwischen Schulkontext und Lebenswelt von männlichen Jugendlichen mit Migrationshintergrund
  • HAMID, Baya (06/2019): Le choix de l'école chez la communauté arabophone du Grand-Duché du Luxembourg
  • KUSA, Yuliia (06/2019): Implementation and Challenges of Global Citizenship Education in the Context of Luxembourg
  • LAPLANCHE, Noémie (06/2019): Le rôle de la langue luxembourgeoise dans la scène musicale du Luxembourg
  • LIASHOVA, Alena (06/2019): Perceptions and visual representations of ‘HOME’: Investigating the perspectives of young Luxembourgers and migrants to Luxembourg
  • LOGHIN, Daniela (06/2019): Translation of Financial Metaphors in Legislative Acts of the European Institutions
  • LOUSTA, Eftychia (02/2019): A New law for Plurilingual Education in Luxembourg : A case study in one Luxembourgish Crèche
  • LOVRITS, Veronika (06/2019): Native speaker effects: A sociolinguistic study of stances towards the ‘native English speaker’ in a temporary junior position in a multilingual European institution
  • LUCACIU, Alexandru (06/2019): Gender first, Talent second? A Study on Gender Markedness in Rock and Heavy Metal
  • REICHART, Maud (02/2019): Construire son bonheur : Quand la société occidentale se tourne vers la philosophie bouddhiste
  • STEINHAUSER, Elke (02/2019): Revealing the Challenges of Intercultural Trainers: An Analysis of their Work with Special Attention to Heterogeneous Groups
  • SYCHKOVA, Elena (06/2019): "Constructing children's identities through digital storytelling": An exploration of young learners practices in a Russian complementary school in Luxembourg
  • TROSHKOVA, Irina (02/2019): What factors affect the language choice of Luxembourgers for watching screen media?
  • YIN, Sisi (02/2019): Investigation into Refugee's Language Practice and Integration. A Case Study of a Multilingual and multicultural Theatre Group in Luxembourg


  • CAMPEAN, Sorana Cristina (06/2018): Multilingual Advertising Practices in Luxembourg
  • COKL, Darja (06/2018): Creative marketing in a law library
  • FERREIRA, Raquel (06/2018): Silent sea of paradoxes. Communication challenges of linguistic minorities and ideologies around Deafness and multilingualism in the context of the Grand-Duchy of Luxembourg 
  • FANGMING, Lin (06/2018): WeChat as third space: a case study of Chinese immigrants using online social media WeChat in Luxembourg
  • HUANG, Ting (06/2018): Mothers’Language ideologies and practices - Family Language policies in three Chinese families in Luxembourg
  • KURIACKOVÁ, Ivana (06/2018): Translation of Culture Specific Terms in the EU Legislative Documents
  • LUBIEJEWSKA, Joanna (06/2018): Linguistic Practice, Family Policies and Identity Representations of Polish-French Bilinguals in France
  • MALI, Marija (06/2018): Migration East-West: How do the skilled Polish Women cope with the Multilingualism in Luxembourg. A qualitative Analysis
  • MANCAS, Ioana Alexandra (06/2018): Cultural Ideologies in Medical Services – Luxembourg versus Romania
  • PALAMIOTI, Katerina (06/2018): The Role of Communication and Social Media in the New Profile of the Terminologist. A Case Study: The Terminology Management in the European Parliament
  • PECHANOVA, Simona (06/2018): 'When we found this school, it was like a gift': Parents' School Choice in Luxembourg
  • RIVERA COSME, Gabriel (06/2018): Ideologies of Standardisation: The Case of the Conseil Permanent de la Langue Luxembougeoise
  • SILONOVAS, Zuzana (01/2018): What is entailed in social play? Elements indicating and aspects influencing social play of young multilingual children
  • VAN DIJK, Eveline (01/2018): Discussing the need and usage of gender-neutral pronouns among LGTBQI people in multilingual Luxembourg
  • WITTMAN, Mathieu Jan Marc (06/2018): How to survive change, adversity and controversy. A case study about Sea Shepherd and their organizational identity as means to their longevity and success.
  • ZEMPELINI, Flora (06/2018): 'I am scared that she won't get along without me' An Analysis of Change in the Process of Language Brokering and an Examination of the Authoritative Role and Learning Strategies of the Broker in the Luxembourgish Context


  • ATTRIDGE Joanna (02/2017): Schaffen wir das? Multilogical Perspectives on Integration of Refugees in Germany
  • BECKER Anne (02/2017): Übersetzungen und Sprachfuncktionen in der Luxemburgischen Werbelandschaft - Eine systemisch funktionale Analyse
  • BULA Patricia (02/2017): Die Rolle von Ort und Sprache bei der Konstruktion von Identität – Eine Fallstudie mit  Studierenden des Masters MultiLearn
  • CHEKOUE-YIMBOU, Carine D.J. (06/2017): Les langues locales dans l'enseignement secondaire au Cameroun; bilan et avancées de 1970 à nos jours: le cas de la région de l'ouest
  • CHEMSSI, Yacine (06/2017): Identity construction and negotiation: the case of Moroccan immigrants and theur descendants in post WW II France
  • CRISTEA Antoneta (02/2017): Luxembourg’s Multilingualism in Professional Contexts: Linguistic and Cultural Processes of Inclusion and Exclusion
  • CHRISTEN, Martina (07/2017): Communicative encounters between medical staff and patients in multilingual Luxembourg
  • DOMIN, Oleksii (06/2017): Construction of a healthy citizen in Luxembourg and Russia:cross-cultural discourse analysis of national plans for promotion of extracurricular physical activity
  • DOMINA, Oksana (06/2017): Perception of employability in Luxembourg: the role of linguistic repertoire and lifestyle
  • ESCOBAR Mariana (02/2017): Internationalised Higher Education from a Postcolonial Perspective
  • FERRAS VASCONCELOS, Ines Margarida (07/2017): An ecological approach towards language and communication in the Restaurant de l'Université: Bonjour, Moien, Bom dia!
  • HASHIKAWA, Shunichi (06/2017): Plurilingualism in Luxembourg - language policy, practice and social cohesion
  • KARA  Mualla (02/2017): Highly Skilled Immigrants remain within their Bubble: A Case Study of Luxembourg  Expats Facebook Groups
  • KLIP, Corine (06/2017): West versus East: teaching adults in Vietnam and raising awareness of cultural differences in teaching and learning styles
  • LOURENCO, Jessica (07/2017): Die Erforschung des Spracherlebens von Kindern in Luxemburg in Zyklus 4-1 Klassen: Wie erleben Kinder die Mehrsprachigkeit in Luxemburg?
  • LUKASHEVICH, Sviatlana (11/2017): Migration and identity: the case of Russian speaking migrants in Germany
  • MANOLAKI, Anna (06/2017): Refugees' access and integration at the University of Luxembourg: a qualitative analysis
  • MOSCOVICH Corina (02/2017): Roots and migration in family genealogy: An innovative perspective on social and personal identity transformation
  • NEYENS, Jacques Na (07/2017): Youth belief in a youth movement: A case study on the Young Christian Students Luxembourg
  • NORRENA, Mia Susanne (06/2017): Living with many languages - perceptions by school children in Luxembourg
  • NTAI Georgia (02/2017): Discourse and Power in Art Museum Education: Exploring linguistic practices, meaning-making and power relations in three art museums based in Luxembourg
  • PARASKEVOPOULOS  Eleni (02/2017): Multilingualism and job satisfaction in the workplace: A case study at the European Court of Justice of Luxembourg
  • PORUMB, Lucia-Iulia (07/2017): Les représentations du multilinguisme dans la fiction: langue, identité et relations de pouvoir dans le cinéma contemporain polyglotte
  • SZPINDA Paula Anna (02/2017): ‘Windows of the state’, National Visual Literacy of Luxembourgish Philately
  • VOITIUK Ekaterina (02/2017): Personal Perception of Integration into the Luxembourgish context by women with non-Luxembourgish background
  • YANG, Li (06/2017): Heritage language maintenance among Chinese immigrant families in Luxembourg


  • Hofmann, Stephanie (02/2016): Internationalisation of Higher Education and the Role of Multilingualism
  • Martin, Jurdana (02/2016) : Linguistic Diversity Awakening in Basque Schools : A Pilot Project - Lingolang
  • Martins, Luisa (02/2016) : Heritage Language Maintenance Among Portuguese Migrants in Luxembourg : What Difference can a Mixed Marriage Make ?
  • AVAGYAN, Asmik (07/2016): Armenian as a minority language in Moscow: Language practices on Russian social networking sites
  • BANTAN Olivia (06/2016): German Teacher's Language Ideologies
  • BECKER Anne (06/2016): Analyse von Übersetzung von Lux. Und Fr Werbetexten in der luxemburgischen Werbelandshaft
  • BEZMELNITSINA Maria (06/2016): Key elements in maintaining Russian identity being a minority: a case study of 9-10 year-old children in Luxembourg
  • CARANFIL-TEPSULEA Raluca (06/2016): Radio Journalists as intercultural communicators: a case study on language speaking community radio journalists in Luxembourg
  • FERRARI Cathy (06/2016) : Le blocage linguistique des élèves à l'école fondamentale luxembourgeoise
  • GEORGIEVA Viliana (06/2016): Internet ethnography: Language choices of the Bulgarian minority in Republic of Macedonia (FYROM) on online community forum
  • KALOYANOVA Sesiliya (06/2016): Have the smartphones killed boredom?
  • KAPSIMALI Alexandra (07/2016): Capitalising on beauty blogging: Social Interactions and digital marketing on Youtube
  • KUDZMAITE Gintare (06/2016): Borderland linguistic landscape: the case of Lithuania and Poland
  • MEINTZ Tessy (07/2016): Die Pädagogische Arbeit im Umgang mit Vorurteilen in Luxembourg. Beispiele aus einer Schulklasse
  • MELOIAN Melsida (07/2016): Ankommen in Deutschland: Migrationserfahrungen von Fluchtmigranten in Trier - Drei Fallstudien
  • MIRONESCU Roxana (06/2016): Introducing Digital and social media initiatives in private banking. A study of attitudes and reactions of staff and clients at Nordea Luxembourg
  • NAGUSLAEVA Elena (06/2016): Language ideologies in urban settings: case of Buryat minority language in Ulan-Ude, Russia
  • NEUMANN Amaury (06/2016): Multilingual Luxembourg, a threat to the Luxembourgish nation? A socio-linguistical and critical approach towards controlled and negotiated language ideology on Facebook
  • RADLEY Yelena (06/2016): Working in a foreign language: case study of employees' perceptions in a Luxembourg-based multinational company using English as a lingua franca
  • REYES Margarita (06/2016): An International student residence in Luxembourg: Perspectives of Intercultural community-building and the role of social media
  • ROMBERG Kathrin (06/2016): Interkulturelles Lernen im Auslandspraktikum: Eine Studie Französischer Landwirtschaftschüler
  • TSAGKOGEORGA Dimitra (06/2016): Languages practices and identity issues of students in the Greek complementary school of Luxembourg
  • TZIOUFA Maria (06/2016): Family Languages Policies in transcultural families with Greek mothers: a case study in the Luxembourgish context
  • VAN DEN ENDEN Astrid (06/2016): From Language Policies to language practices: a case study of a trilingual master program in Luxembourg
  • VAN DER VALK Sara (06/2016): Zocker, şeker, azúcar Sugar packets as evidence of a changing language power balance