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Lehrbeautragte für Deutsch

Stephanie Hofmann

Stephanie Hofmann was awarded a Doctor of sciences de l'éducation in 2021 from the University of Luxembourg. Within the scope of her thesis she focused on doctoral candidates’ language ideologies and plurilingual practices in research and academic writing in Luxembourg. Furthermore, she holds a Bachelor degree in German as a foreign language and Anglophone studies from the University of Leipzig (Germany) and a Master's degree in the field of intercultural communication and education at the University of Luxembourg. Additionally, she taught courses in German philology and intercultural communication and education at universities in Ireland, India and Luxembourg. During her PhD she published three papers on the internationalisation of higher education and the role of multilingualism in academic writing with a focus on language policy, ideology and discourse analysis. 

Lydia Maille

Lydia Maille has university degrees in Translation Studies and German as a Foreign Language from the University of Graz and has worked as a German teacher at various institutions in Austria, France, Great Britain and Luxembourg. She has previously held the position of a Lector in German at the University of Bath where she taught German to undergraduate and postgraduate students from disciplines such as International Management, European Studies and Translating and Interpreting. After that, she worked as a German teacher in the Centre for Co-curricular Studies at Imperial College London. Currently Mrs Maille is working as an adjunct teacher in the Language Centre at the University of Luxembourg where she specializes in German for Academic Purposes.

Marion Krames

Marion Krames works as a free-lance teacher for German as a second language. She has taught German for academic purposes to students at the universities of Luxembourg and Trier, and also to medical doctors at hospitals. During her doctoral studies at Trier University, she examined the relationship between reading comprehension and lexical knowledge in Chinese as a foreign language. Her special interests include learner centered teaching as well as second language acquisition processes. Marion has published articles in the fields of German and Chinese as a second language.

Birgit Rössler

Birgit Rössler M.A. holds a university degree in Roman Philology, Sociology and Psychology from the Karl-Marx-University Trier. She has experience in German as a Second/Foreign Language and is working at the European Institutions and teaching at the European School. Among the University of Luxembourg, she has also taught German for Academic Purposes and German as a Foreign Language.