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Master in Learning and Communication in Multilingual and Multicultural Contexts


Jährlich werden durchschnittlich 30 Studierende durch ein Auswahlverfahren in das Masterprogramm aufgenommen


Folgende Abschlussarbeiten wurden in den letzten Jahren erfolgreich abgeschlossen:


  • 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