Foreign Language Teachers
Foreign Language Teachers
(in alphabetical order)
Mária Dérné Balogh - Hungarian Teacher
Maria worked for the Hungarian Sports University as a language instructor for 18 years and has taught Hungarian as foreign language since 1993. As the head teacher of the Hungarian Language School she has also trained several instructors of Hungarian as foreign language. She has worked in CEU since 1998 and really enjoys this job.
Maria can be contacted at email@example.com
Enikő Dácz - German teacher
Eniko received her first degree in German and English Language and Literature at the Babes-Bolyai University (Cluj-Napoca) and her MA in German-Romanian Intercultural Studies at the same institution. She received a second MA in Central European Studies at the Andrassy Gyula German Speaking University Budapest and her Phd in German Literature at the University of Szeged in cooperation with the University of Rostock. She has been teaching German and English since 2004. Currently she also teaches English at the Andrassy Gyula German Speaking University Budapest and does research in the field of intercultural relationships.
For information on German courses, contact DaczE@ceu.hu
Angela Imre - Hungarian Teacher
For information on higher-level Hungarian courses, contact Angela at firstname.lastname@example.org
Pablo Lerner - Spanish Teacher
Pablo Lerner has been teaching Spanish as a foreign language since 1996 with a his degree in Spanish Philology from the University of Buenos Aires (Argentina). Before teaching at CEU, he taught at the University of Buenos Aires and the University of Caxias do Sul (Brasil). He speaks five languages: Spanish, English, Portuguese, Hebrew and Hungarian.
For information on Spanish courses, contact Pablo at email@example.com
Erzsebet Magyar - French Teacher
Erzsebet studied in Brussels and Budapest (MAs in History and French Language and Literature). She also received her MA in Central European History at CEU and her PhD in Cultural History at ELTE (Budapest). Her interests cover a wide range of topics: Foreign Language Acquisition, French Literature and Cultural Studies, Central European History, European Cultural History, Urban History. She has worked for CEU since 1998 and she really enjoys her job.
For information on French courses, contact Erzsi at firstname.lastname@example.org
Mária Sántha - Hungarian Teacher
Mária can be contacted at email@example.com
Alexander Schikowski - German teacher
Alexander studied in Stuttgart and Nuremberg (Fine Arts, Fine Arts and Public Space and Pedagogy of Fine Arts). He came to Budapest in 2005 with scholarships from the state of Germany. He was teaching German in Oradea/Romania in 1995 and at a school for hyperactive children in Budapest from 2006 to 2008. Since 2011 he teaches Fine Arts at the German School Budapest, the Thomas Mann Gymnasium and holds courses for Hungarian German teachers organized by Goethe Institute Budapest. Alexander works as an artist and teacher. He speaks German, English, Hungarian and fairly Rumanian and Russian.
Alexander can be contacted at SchikowskiA@ceu.hu