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Our professors



Lara is from Palencia, Northwest of Spain (Castile and Leon). She has studied Spanish Degree in Valladolid and completed a Master in Language, Literature and Spanish as a foreign language in Barcelona. She worked at the Spanish Academy in Madrid for almost 2 years. In addition, she has worked as an ¨Au pair¨ in Dublin for 7 months and she even taught Spanish to her Irish family. She likes traveling, cooking and getting to know different cultures. She is a very outgoing person and she loves teaching her mother tongue to others.



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.



Luis is from Valencia, Spain. He holds a degree in Spanish Philology from University of Valencia and Coimbra, Portugal. He worked for a while in Lisbon as a Spanish teacher, then he decided to study the Master´s Degree for teaching Spanish as a foreign language. He loves meeting new people, visiting foreign countries and enjoys different ways of living. He is very interested to move around the world. Ha has a really nice sense of humor and he enjoys making others laugh, especially his students. He would like to teach others one of the most important languages in the world; his mother tongue – Spanish.


Lucía is from Baza, a small city in the north of the province of Granada (Andalusia). She studied a Degree in translation and interpreting, a master in English teaching and a master in Spanish teaching. She has been living in many cities such as London, Santiago de Chile, Granada and Madrid. Teaching Spanish is her passion, and she also loves learning a lot of cultural interesting things from her students. She enjoys traveling, meeting new people from different cultures, dancing salsa and bachata, eating food from different countries and going to cultural events and exhibitions.