Luxembourg Embassy Prize 2014

Award Winner of Luxembourg Embassy Prize 2014, Sam Mycock

Advanced Luxembourgish students, together with members of the Centre for Luxembourg Studies, travelled to London on 24 June 2014 where they met the Luxembourg Ambassador to the Court of St James’s at a reception in celebration of the Luxembourg National Holiday. The Embassy organises an annual reception to chime in with events in Luxembourg, in particular the Freedefeier ‘fireworks display’ in Luxembourg City. Students were able to make direct links between celebratory rituals and materials discussed during seminars.

On this occasion, the Ambassador also personally congratulated Sam Mycock (BA German and History) for being selected as the recipient of the 2014 Luxembourg Embassy Prize. Félicitatiounen to Sam also on behalf of the Centre for Luxembourg Studies!

Four students laughing while sat at a bench, outside the Students' Union

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