Multi-lingualism

Multi-lingualism is not just a word for us because we apply it didactically and in praxis. Globalization changes how knowledge is acquired and what methods for teaching and studies are used. To be truly successful, students of modern languages need flexibility and intercultural sensitivity. By implementing projects, students have the opportunity to apply theory to praxis in an authentic way and gain the competencies they need.  

The Language Center has won three teaching awards showing that our focus on activity-oriented teaching is what students need. We also offer many multi-lingual projects to prepare students for a globalized world.

As part of a modern humanistic-oriented university, the Language Center encourages all of its staff to actively implement projects and to publish their research.


Seminars and Praxis projects: done by and with students
Publications: by the staff of the Language Center