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Proven excellence creating teaching material with extensive experience in teaching Greek as a foreign language in schools, universities, and adult programmes.
B.Α./M.A. in Greek and French Language and Literature (University of Athens, Greece), Foreign Language Education (École Normale de Sèvres – University Grenoble, France), teacher, author of educational material for Greek as a foreign language (Modern Greek for foreigners, Asterias, Greek for you).
B.A. in Arts and Management (American College in London, UK), Diploma on Works of Arts Course (Sotheby’s, London, UK), has worked in publishing in the areas of marketing and strategic planning.
M.A. in Second Language Education (University of Houston, TX), B.A. in Law (University of Athens, Greece), M.A. in European Community Law (Free University of Brussels, Belgium), M.A. in US Business Law (UCLA, CA), teacher, co-author of educational material for Greek as a foreign language (Greek for you).
B.A. in French Literature (University o Paris – Sorbonne IV, France), Diploma of English Studies (University of Cambridge), Greek literary translation (IFA), co-author of educational material for Greek as a foreign language (Greek for you), translator, teacher.
B.A./M.A. on Modern Greek / English Language and Literature (State University of Mariupol, Ukraine), M.A. on Financial & Economic Security Management, philologist, translator, teacher of Greek & Russian language and literature.
Professor at the Department of Greek Language and Literature of INALCO (Institut National des Langues et Civilisations Orientales) at the University of Paris, Professor at the Department of Greek Language and Literature at the University of Geneva, Switzerland, author of breakthrough publications on the Greek literature (on K. Cavafis, G. Seferis, K. Karyiotakis etc.).
Vice President, Professor of linguistics, Director of the Group for Oriental, Slavic and Modern Greek Studies at the University of Strasbourg, France, researcher, author of numerous studies and articles on Modern Greek language and linguistics.
Associate Professor, Head of the Department of Modern Greek at the University of Strasbourg, France, author of numerous studies and articles mainly on Greek sociolinguistics.
Vice Dean on academic and international relations of the University of Athens, Greece, Professor of Ancient Greek History at the Department of History and Archaeology, University of Athens, Greece, collaborator of the Athens Academy on the World History of UNESCO, author of important publications with emphasis on Hellenistic and Roman history.
Professor of Folklore and Ethnography at the University of Athens, Greece, author of works emphasising on folklore arts & symbolism, comparative research in the Balkan and Middle Eastern folklore material, and head researcher of the University of Athens on the composition of Corpus of wine in Greece.
Professor at the Department of Greek Language and Literature at the University of Sofia, Professor at the University of Plovdiv, Bulgaria, department coordinator of EU Inter-institutional agreement between programme countries, author of numerous publications. Specialist on: Lexicology, Lexicography, and Phraseology of Modern Greek, and the various dialects of Modern Green in the areas of the Black Sea.
Assistant Professor of the Greek Language and Literature at the University of Belgrade, Serbia, translator of various literary works.
B.A. on History and Archaeology (University of Athens, Greece), M.A. on Applied IT in Education (Free University of Brussels, Belgium), teacher of Ancient and Modern Greek.
B.A. in Classical studies (School of Philosophy, University of Athens), teacher in the Greek National School for Guides, member of the Association of Greek National Guides.
B.A. on Slavic Language and Literature (University of Tashkent, Uzbekistan), B.A. on Education (University of Ioannina, Greece), M.A. on Greek as a foreign language (University of Athens), Ph.D. candidate (University of Athens), teacher of Russian language and literature at the University of Athens.
B.A. on Education (University of Ioannina, Greece), M.A. on Greek as a foreign language (University of Athens, Greece), teacher of Greek and Russian language.
B.A. in Pedagogical Studies (University of Athens, Greece), M.A. in French language studies, (University of Sorbonne, Paris IV, France), teacher of Modern Greek as a second language to children and adults.
A German Philology graduate, Ms Douri attained an MA in European Linguistics
from the Albert Ludwig University of Freiburg (Germany) and an MA in Language
Teaching and Analysis from Aegean University. She is a certified instructor of Greek
(several certifications), English (CELTA) and German (DLL) as foreign languages
with remarkable experience in online teaching. She has worked for universities,
schools and institutions in many countries. Her main areas of interest are: new
technologies in education, language policy, special education and language contact.
Mr De Santis graduated in Communication Sciences from the University of Bari and
attained a Master’s degree in Sustainable & Cultural Tourism from the University of
Turin. He is a certified instructor of Italian and English, languages that he has been
teaching in universities, schools and online for more than a decade. Apart from
teaching, he has considerable experience in the field of writing, editing and
translating in the languages that he is fluent in: Italian, English and Greek.
Graduate of Greek Philology (major in Linguistics) and Turkish Studies. Master’s
degrees in Theoretical Linguistics and Turkish Studies. Doctoral candidate. Certified
language instructor to adults and online, with experience in teaching Greek as a
foreign language, English and Turkish, as well as in the creation of digital teaching
material. Translator (from English, French, German and Turkish into Greek) and
Graduate of Classical Philology and Byzantinology of the Universities of Cologne, Bonn
(Germany) and the University of Ioannina (Greece).
Since 1995 she has been working as a philologist in Montessori High School Leibniz in
Düsseldorf, Germany. This high school has been hosting a Greek-German branch since 1980,
in which a large number of Greek pupils study with the right to choose the Greek language as a
second foreign language. Apart from the Modern Greek Language, she teaches History,
Geography, Social Education and the orthodox confessional course. Her concern is her
students to approach the Greek cultural becoming, the Greek language and literature. For years
she has been responsibly coordinating this Greek-German branch while developing intense
cultural and social action in cultural institutions and associations by organizing workshops,
presentations and book exhibitions.