Hi everybody, my name is Neil, I am from Cork, in the south of Ireland.
What do I like about teaching? The opportunity to "roll my sleeves up" and find out exactly what each learner needs in order to meet his/her goals. Everyone has a different strength and weakness and that keeps the job interesting!
David A. Osho, MBA
What do I like about teaching English: I love meeting people, and teaching English as a foreign language offers me a great opportunity to meet a host of different characters and personalities. Just asking someone how to pronounce their last name can start a conversation on where someone is from and what life experiences they have had.
Nathan Rhoden, MSc
Hi everyone! My name is Nathan and I am from Texas. I have been teaching ESL for over ten years. I have taught in Germany, the UAE, Thailand and now Austria.
What do I like about teaching? I enjoy meeting new people and having the opportunity to talk and learn about a variety of subjects.
Jordan Prior, BA (hons)
Hi everyone! My name is Jordan and I am from Brighton, England. I have recently begun teaching English and spent a year and a half teaching in Vietnam before coming to Vienna.
What do I like about teaching? Teaching English gives me the sort of satisfaction that you can only find while getting to know new people and new places.
Christopher Healey, BA, DipTrans (I.LET)
Hi everyone! My name is Chris and I am from Brighton, England. I have my CELTA and am working toward my DELTA certification.
What do I like about teaching? I find that teaching people from all walks of life can broaden one’s mind and outlook. For me, teaching English and doing translations has enhanced my understanding of German and my mother tongue.
Michael Connors Jackman, PhD
I'm originally from Newfoundland (Canada), but I've spent the last few years living in Germany and Austria. I teach all levels of English and I have experience with exam preparation. I see language learning not only as a means of achieving personal success, but as a way to meet new people and to create peaceful relationships between different cultures.
Betsy Hall, MA
I'm from the United States, and I've been teaching English for over 20 years, in places including New York City, Prague, and Vienna. I also directed writing programs in U.S. colleges and universities.
I like teaching English because learning how to communicate effectively in a global language enhances people's lives in myriad ways. I strive to help my students articulate and achieve their goals. My passion for reading and writing is infectious.
Jahson Tehuti, BSc
Greetings everyone, I am from London, England and have taught natural sciences and mathematics in high schools for fourteen years, additionally I have been teaching English for different companies for over a decade.
I enjoy supporting people in improving their ability to communicate effectively in English and express themselves confidently and authentically. My experience spans London, Taiwan and Vienna.
Hi everyone! My name is Charlotte and I am from London. I have a background in dentistry, but found teaching English to be the perfect complement of interacting with people and helping them as well.
What do I like about teaching? I love getting to meet new people and help them figure out what they need.
David G. Kosviner, DR
Hi everybody, my name is David and I come from South Africa.
I greatly enjoy meeting people and I love teaching. So, if you walk into my room, I'll teach you. (Now, which conditional is that?)
Benjamin Lowe, BA
Hi everyone! My name is Ben and I am from Belfast, Northern Ireland. I have studied both German and Russian and taught in many different countries including: Hungary, Latvia, Kyrgyzstan, and Germany.
What do I like about teaching? I find explaining something to a student and seeing their faces light up with understanding one of the most satisfying experiences.
Aglaia Rodriguez-Torres, MBA
Hi everybody, my name is Aglaia, I am from Canada.
With respect to teaching English, there is nothing more rewarding than witnessing a student's smile as the lightbulb finally goes off - and knowing that, on the tiniest of scales, you were somehow involved in making that spark ignite.
Hi everybody, My name is Sabine, I come from Toronto, Canada. Not only do I enjoy teaching people the English language, but also reinforcing their confidence to use the skills they have learned.
Sam Jackson, BSc
Hi Everybody, my name is Sam, I am from Cambridge, England.
Join our courses, we'd be glad to teach you!
Christina Kerrigan, BA
Hi everyone! My name is Christina and I am from Shrewsbury. I speak German and Russian. I have taught English in Guatemala, Russia and Austria.
What do I like about teaching? I find hearing student’s stories inspiring. Finding out more about each person helps me create a learning process that suits their needs. Likewise, my own language skills are forever being honed and shaped by the students I meet.
Ross Alexander Thompson
Teaching for me is as rewarding as it is for the student.
There is nothing more satisfying than seeing a person "get it" when the light goes on.
Hello, my Name is Phil and I´m from England. I traded currencies for over 25 years and have been teaching at The Cambridge Institute for over 13 years. Let´s enjoy enhancing your English!
Elisabet Rhoden, MA
Hi everybody, my name is Elisabet and I come from the United States of America.
What do I like about teaching? English and grammar have been my hobby and passion my whole life. Teaching English is a great way for me to combine something I enjoy while helping others improve as well. I especially enjoy the interaction between student and teacher and being able to show the "fun side" of the English language.
Ines Hawkins, MA
Teaching Services and Centre Exams Manager - momentan in Karenz
"The limits of my language mean the limits of my world." (Wittgenstein)
Not only famous, but oh so true! Our aim is to create a comfortable environment for you, where you can learn successfully, fully immerse yourselves into the English language, push your limits and explore new worlds.
Teaching Services Manager (Karenzvertretung) / Receptionist
First Receptionist / Teaching Assistant
I am always happy to answer all kind of questions and love to see customers improving their English skills successfully. English connects the world!
Receptionist / Teaching Assistant
Sarah Putz, MA
Receptionist / Teaching Assistant
If the English language made any sense, a catastrophe would be an apostrophe with fur.
Receptionist / Teaching Assistant
Being able to connect to people all over the world using one universal language is what made me fall in love with English.
Education is not received – it’s achieved !
Florian M. Karnutsch
Learning a new language requires endeavour. So don´t just book a course.
Be ready to meet new people, experience different cultures, enjoy true passion and broaden your horizon!