Adrián is from Rivas Vaciamadrid, a town of Madrid. He studied a degree in Spanish Language and Literature and a master’s degree in Spanish Teaching one year later, at the Universidad Complutense de Madrid. He’s never lived out of his country, but he really wants to have that experience as a new challenge in his life. Adrián enjoys teaching Spanish and learning cultural aspects from his students. He also loves traveling, meeting new people, doing sports, reading classic literature and writing his own poems.
Clara is from Galicia, Spain. She holds a Degree in journalism, a Master in intercultural studies and a Master in Spanish teaching. She has lived in Barcelona, Lisbon and Havana. Teaching Spanish is her passion, and she loves a lot to share cultural things with her students, specially music and literature. She loves traveling, meeting new people from different places, dancing, cooking and practice yoga. She also enjoys going to cultural events, exhibitions and concerts.
Jose is from Medina del Campo, known for its fairs held during the 15th and 16th centuries and located in Castile and Leon. He studied at the University of Valladolid, the University of Limerick, and the University of Hull for a degree in English Philology. He just finished his master’s degree in Education. He loves to meet new people, and find out about their cultures and backgrounds. Of course, he is always willing to share his own culture and experiences.
Noelia is from a small village of Seville, Spain. She has studied a degree in Translation and Interpretation and currently she is finishing a master’s degree as English teacher for foreign people. She has some certificates as Spanish teacher. She has been living in different countries such as France (2011) or England (from 2016 until right now). She loves traveling and knowing different cultures. Also she really likes learning language and meet people of the entire world. Among her hobbies, she is keen on watching series and films, reading books and practicing sports as swimming.
Jorge is from Palencia, a town in the Northwest of Spain. He graduated in English Studies in the University of Valladolid and is currently studying a master´s on translation. He has extensive experience as a teacher with both adults and kids. He did a primary school teacher internship in the US and after that worked in a language academy in his hometown. His favorite thing to do is play rugby, a sport he has played for more than 10 years. Now, he spends his free time in different ways. He loves traveling and hiking as well as reading and art in general. Jorge is very passionate about Spanish culture and he is more than willing to share it with his students.