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!
Jessica Howells, DClinPsy, M.Sc
Hello! I’m Jess and I’m originally from Wales, UK. I also lived in London where I did my doctorate and worked in the field of clinical psychology. However, after moving to Austria in 2016, I decided to change my career path to teaching English. My passion for languages has grown ever since.
What do I like about teaching? I love working collaboratively with people, supporting them to become more confident and helping them achieve their individual goals.
Bryan W. Avery, B.Sc, B.Ad
I came to Austria from Washington DC, after a career in financial management and controlling, in 2004. I chose to pursue a second career in teaching English, since training and explaining are natural talents of mine. Furthermore, I enjoy doing this because it is both gratifying and satisfying to assist others in building their competence and confidence speaking the most commonly spoken language in the world.
Hi there! I was born and raised in South Africa where I grew up with an affinity for learning languages. In 2013, I decided to move to Austria but it wasn't until much later that I discovered that teaching is something I love doing just as much.
I have found that being able to play a role in helping others to unlock their language skills is extremely rewarding and something I enjoy doing every day.
Colin Roberts, MA
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.
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)
Teacher (currently on educational leave)
Hi everyone! My name is Jordan and I am from Brighton, England. I began teaching English in Vienna in 2018 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.
Michael Connors Jackman, PhD
I'm originally from Newfoundland (Canada), and I've spent the last few years living in Germany and Austria. I teach all levels of English, but I'm most keen on speaking, academic writing, and exam preparation for C1 and C2 levels. As a lifelong learner, I enjoy books, museums, studying languages, finding out about different cultures, and meeting new people.
John Hess, MA
Greetings ! It's my pleasure to now be living in beautiful Vienna after almost twenty years of work in the field of ESL instruction, mainly in France.
It's a job I really love, meeting people of various backgrounds and professional situations, and doing what I can to help them reach their goals in the use of English.
Hope to see you soon !
Francesca Williams, BA
Hello! I am from the South of England. I have lived in Austria since 2019. I love the country! The history, the culture, and of course the skiing!
I have been teaching English since 2019, I took the CELTA in the UK and then moved to Austria as soon as I could! I enjoy teaching adults and younger learners, and I have experience with both. My favourite thing about teaching is being able to help people build their confidence and achieve their best, whatever their goal may be!
Kasim Rai, BA
Hello everyone! I´m Kasim and I´m from London, England. I have been living in Austria since January 2020.
Having previously taught English in Spain and Colombia I realised that languages are a huge passion of mine. To be able to connect with students all over the world and build their English language competence serves as an excellent adventure!
Sam Jackson, BSc
Hi Everybody, my name is Sam, I am from Cambridge, England. I have been teaching English at The Cambridge Institute since 2007. Join our courses, we'd be glad to teach you!
Aoife Murphy, BA, PDE
Hi! I’m from a small town in the centre of Ireland and since my Erasmus year at 19, I have taught English as a foreign language to all age groups in Luxembourg, France, England and as of 2014, also Vienna.
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.
Elisabet Rhoden, MA
Teacher (currently on parental leave)
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.
Receptionist / Teaching Assistant
Alasdair Park, MA
Receptionist / Teaching Assistant
Hello everyone! I am originally from Salford, England and studied my BA in Modern German Studies and MA in Applied Translation in Aberystwyth, Wales. I have been learning German since 2005 and have passed every Common European Framework of Reference for Languages Exam in German from A2 to C1. I have extensive transferable experience of learning a foreign language. I love sharing my deep passion for languages with likeminded people. I am always happy to answer any and all questions you may have about learning English at our Institute!
Receptionist / Teaching Assistant
Hey everyone! My name is Laura and I am from Austria. Dealing with the world's no. 1 language opens up so many new opportunities in life!
Ines Hawkins, MA
Centre Exams Manager (currently on maternity leave)
"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.
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 any course. Be ready to meet new people, experience different cultures, enjoy true passion and broaden your horizon!