The Konstanz branch conducts and coordinates research that seeks to uncover how children and adults acquire languages across the lifespan; disseminates research to professional audiences (e.g., teaching and health professionals), communicates the outcomes of research to policy makers, and informs the general public about research outcomes that have an impact to their everyday life; trains early stage researchers in multilingualism. The branch focuses particularly on academic excellence, informing families and improving practice.
20 Oct 2023
Our annual interdisciplinary research conference is on again this year, with a two-day programme packed with the latest bilingualism research. The conference is held at the University of South Carolina, Columbia, USA and online. Call for Proposals OPEN NOW
24 May 2023
The annual BM KE Forum is an opportunity for all to meet and learn about the work led by Bilingualism Matters members across the world of research, practice and media.
Find out about the MultiMind Project Final Conference and how to access free resources on multilingualism, including a fun quiz, flyers and videos on multilingualism and developmental language disorders, and policy reports for professionals.
'The Multilingual Mind' is a lecture series on multilingualism across disciplines from the Multimind Project.