The Ungspråk project on the Arqus YouTube channel
Our research team gave an online lecture which became the fourth of a series of guest lectures “Seven months, seven universities” by Arqus.
On 13th April, our research group gave an online lecture, organized within the cooperation programme Arqus (Erasmus+). Arqus brings together seven universities from seven European cities: Bergen, Granada, Graz, Leipzig, Lyon, Padova and Vilnius. It aims to advance towards deeper European integration, and its principal ambition is to design, test and implement an innovative model for deep inter-university cooperation.
In the lecture "UNGSPRÅK: Exploring students' multilingualism in lower secondary school", Professor Åsta Haukås, André Storto and Irina Tiurikova (PhD candidates) talked about the Ungspråk project and presented central findings from their study. This lecture by MoMM members became the fourth of a series of guest lectures “Seven months, seven universities”, offered in the framework of the Action Line 4 of Arqus, Multilingual and Multicultural University (sub-line 4.8). All lectures organized within this series focus on specific topics related to language and culture, and target mainly graduate and post-graduate students as well as early-stage researchers.
The online lecture "UNGSPRÅK: Exploring students' multilingualism in lower secondary school" is available online on the Arqus YouTube channel. To listen to the lecture and to know more about our project, please follow the link: (25) Seven months, seven universities #04 - Exploring students' multilingualism in lower secondary school - YouTube