Sign language interpreter (m/f)

Sign language interpreters translate from the spoken word to sign language for clients with a hearing impairment, and from sign language into the spoken word for hearing clients. In Luxembourg, sign language interpreters translate from Luxembourgish, German or French into German sign language (Deutsche Gebärdensprache – DGS) and vice versa.


Places of work

  • Centre de logopédie ;
  • conference centres, seminars, television studios, etc.

Missions at the Centre de logopédie

  • working in classrooms;
  • helping to monitor and support pupils with hearing impairments;
  • interpreting assessments and parent-teacher meetings with deaf parents;
  • interpreting for official events (e.g. speeches and debates at the Chamber of Deputies;
  • interpreting for conferences organised by government departments;
  • interpreting for further training courses for deaf people;
  • sign language workshops and awareness-raising projects.


  • Bachelor / Master Gebärdensprachdolmetscher

More information about higher education in Luxembourg and abroad on, a web portal of the Ministry for Research and Higher Education (MESR).


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Do you have any questions?

Maison de l'orientation
29, rue Aldringen
L-1118 Luxembourg

Phone: (+352) 80 02 81 81

Opening hours: Monday to Friday from 10:00 to 12:00 and from 13:00 to 17:00 (except for the "higher education" counter, which is only open in the afternoons from 13:00 to 17:00).

The Maison de l'orientation is a government agency that brings together in one place public players active in the field of educational and vocational guidance. In its "guidance" area, citizens can take advantage of a first meeting without appointment and anonymously, all year round (also during school holidays).

The portal

The website of the Ministry of Research and Higher Education (MESR) is aimed at high school and university students who wish to pursue higher education, but also at anyone who wants to return to higher education. You will find information on:

  • higher education in Luxembourg and abroad, admission requirements and university enrolment procedures, etc.;
  • State financial aid for higher education (MESR financial aid department);
  • procedures for entering a regulated profession;
  • information sessions and not-to-be-missed events such as webinars, open days, etc. ;
  • the MESR Student Fair, held annually at the end of October;
  • publications from the MESR's Higher Education Information Service (Info études) and Financial Aid Service (AideFi).

For all questions relating to the recognition of higher education qualifications, please refer to the website of the Ministry of Research and Higher Education.


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