Most of the English teachers at Studieskolen are native English speakers who come from The United Kingdom, The USA, Canada, and Australia. A couple of the teachers are Danes who have lived, worked and studied in England for a long period of time. All of the English teachers have relevant educational backgrounds and plenty of teaching experience.
Steven has a master’s degree and a PhD in Germanic Languages and Literature from the University of Washington, Seattle, Washington. He comes from Tacoma, Washington, and has lived in Denmark for many years where he has played a lot of fastpitch softball in his spare time. Steven teaches both English and German at Studieskolen.
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Mavis is a CELTA qualified teacher. She has Jamaican roots but was born and raised in England and moved to Denmark in 2003. Mavis has a bubbly personality and believes that lessons should be “fun, funny and informative!”
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Andrew has bachelor’s degrees in Anthropology and English from Concordia University and has many years of experience working in cross-cultural environments having worked in the Arctic and Africa with small local communities on a wide range of training and educational programs and on issues of land use planning and land rights.
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Renée has a bachelor’s degree in law and a bachelor’s degree in English literature from University of Western Australia.
She comes from Perth in Australia and moved to Denmark in 2006. She loves films, has worked for the film company Zentropa and still produces films.Read more about Renée.
Carole Patricia Southam
Carole is a qualified secondary school and kindergarten teacher and has a Diploma in Business English from CBS. She comes from London and moved to Denmark in 1977, where she has gained extensive experience in teaching English to adults.
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Susan has a bachelor's degree from the University of Michigan and a master's degree from Columbia University in International Public Affairs with a specialisation in Journalism. She worked for many years as a consultant in Washington focusing on campaigns and media.
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has a bachelor’s degree in Anthropology and a master’s degree in Teaching. She lived in various states in America before deciding to blend her passion for travel and learning by teaching overseas. Auricia has taught in China, Guatemala, and Denmark.Read more about Auricia.
See each separate course description. When it does not say that you need to get a book, the teaching material will be handed out in class and included in the price.
If it says that you need a book, you have to get it before the course starts. You can buy it at Academic Books.
New Headway, Beginner, Student’s Book. Oxford University Press. 3rd edition, 2010. ISBN 9780194714563.
New Headway, Elementary, Student’s Book. Oxford University Press. 4th edition, 2011. ISBN 9780194768986.
New Headway, Elementary, Student's Book and iTutor pack, 4th edition. Oxford University Press. ISBN 9780194769129.
New Headway, Pre-Intermediate, Student’s Book. Oxford University Press. 3rd edition, 2007. ISBN 9780194715850.
New Headway, Pre-Intermediate, Student’s Book and iTutor pack, 4th edition. Oxford University Press. ISBN 9780194769662.
New Headway, Intermediate, Student’s Book. Oxford University Press. 4th edition, 2009. ISBN 9780194768641.
New Headway, Intermediate, Student’s Book and iTutor, 4th edition. Oxford University Press. ISBN 9780194770200.
On B2-level courses you don't need a course book, but teaching materials will be handed out in class and is included in the price.
On C1-level courses you don't need a course book, but teaching materials will be handed out in class and is included in the price.