Cambridge CB5 8UG



June – September 2020

     University of Sheffield

     Pre-Sessional English Language Tutor

December 2017 – present

Education First Cambridge

University Preparation Teacher

2014 – present

Cambridge 105 Radio


July – September 2017

King’s College London

Pre-sessional EAP Tutor

April 2014 – June 2017

Regent Cambridge

Teacher of English

July – September 2013

University of Essex

Pre-sessional Tutor of Academic English

March 2010 – June 2013

Regent Cambridge

Teacher of English, Academic Manager

2009 – 2010

Pearson Education

External consultant for the Pearson Test of English

January 2008 – January 2010

The Gornall School of English

Director of Studies

October 2007 – January 2008

Thames International College

Teacher of English

August – October 2007

Studio Cambridge

Teacher of English

August 2003 – June 2007

GLOBO Language School

Director of Studies

2001 – 2005

Vigor FM Radio

Reporter and Sound Editor


2009 – 2016

Lancaster University

PhD in Applied Linguistics

May 2008

Trinity College London

Certificate in TESOL

2005 – 2007

Lancaster University

MA in Computer-based English Language Studies

2001 – 2004

Pomeranian University in Slupsk, Poland

BA in English Philology (DELTA equivalent)

1996 – 2001

Electrical Technical High School in Slupsk, Poland

Telecommunications Technician

other qualifications

2013 – A2 in French (grade B)

2012 – AS in French (grade A)

2011 – GCSE in French (grade A*)

2009 – Qualified Teacher Status (QTS)

2008 – City & Guilds Level 2 Certificate in Learning Support

1999 – Driving Licence


English – proficient

French – B2

Polish – native speaker

other skills

good computer literacy and general tech savviness, touch typing, experience in teaching Polish, experience in English-Polish and Polish-English oral and written translation, proofreading, playing the guitar, playing the piano, choir singing


music, working with voice, spoken performance, phonetics and phonology, literature, history of philosophy and religion, theatre, cinema, language of diplomacy, language in advertising and marketing, corpus linguistic analysis, information technology, keeping fit

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