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Enseignants vacataires pour l'anglais

Kristin Van den Eede

Kristin Van den Eede is a course designer, communication trainer, translator and editor/proofreader specialized in English for Academic Purposes at Master’s and PhD level. Her expertise lies in teaching academic English, particularly writing skills, presentation and conference skills. She also has extensive experience teaching legal and business English, as well as Swedish and Dutch.

She teaches academic writing skills at the University of Luxembourg as well as various courses at the University of Ghent (Belgium) and works as a freelance translator and editor/proofreader for a wide range of clients.



Jennifer Skipp

Jennifer Skipp specializes in English for Academic Purposes, currently teaching as a Senior Lecturer in the English Department at the University of Trier and as an adjunct teacher in the Language Centre at the University of Luxembourg. Jennifer has taught EAP to students from a wide range of disciplines, including computer science, engineering, economics, educational sciences, as well as social sciences and the humanities.  She has taught PhD students on intensive workshops, MA students preparing to submit their theses, and undergraduate students on more protracted seminar-based courses. Her PhD is from the University of Leeds and examined British eighteenth-century erotic literature, a subject on which she has published several chapters and articles.  She has previously held positions and the University of Salzburg and University of Leeds.

Alexis Hague

Alexis Hague is an international educator in Computer Science and English studies, a course designer, digital pedagogy trainer and e-learning expert.  She specialises in Computer Science education with experience teaching internationally at secondary and tertiary levels in Australia, England and Luxembourg.  At the University of Luxembourg, she teaches English for Academic Purposes at Bachelor to PhD level.  She is the founder of Global Platforms Luxembourg and works with non-profit organisations world-wide to create online learning platforms for Universities in Africa, South America and Europe.
Her academic qualifications were gained in Australia and include Bachelor of Computer Science/Bachelor Education, as well as a Masters of Computer Science/E-Learning Leadership.

Ailbhe O'Flaherty

Ailbhe O’Flaherty specialises in teaching English for Academic Purposes at undergraduate and postgraduate levels, particularly in the Humanities and Social Sciences. She has worked as a language teacher to undergraduates and taught workshops in Academic Writing to postgraduate research students at the University of Trier. She also teaches in the areas of French Studies and Postcolonial Literatures in English and French, and has taught intensive courses in Business English. Prior to moving to Luxembourg, she worked as a language teacher, writing tutor and lecturer at the University of Limerick in Ireland and subsequently held a lecturing post at Dublin City University. Her PhD, awarded by the University of Limerick, examines memory and insularity in contemporary fiction from Mauritius. She currently works at the International School of Luxembourg and as an adjunct at the University of Luxembourg.