Sasa Perovic

Saša Perović

studied English Language and Literature at the Univerisity of Kragujevac, Serbia. Following a period of teaching in high schools, he has gone on to obtain a Master’s degree in “Anglophone Literatures and Cultures” at the university of Vienna, Austria. He earned a degree of Mag. phil., and was awarded TEFL and TEYL certificates. Currently, he is employed in Sprachschule Weltakademie and TutorABC.


Magdalena Schwarz

Magdalena Schwarz

is a graduate student of English linguistics and of cognitive science at the University of Vienna. As a tutor for pronunciation at the English department, she has not only acquired experience in teaching, but also has and continues to learn a lot from the students.


Josephine O'Neill

Josephine O'Neill

B.Ed. (University of London), DELTA diploma Rome and CELTA certificate London. TEFL teacher and IELTS exam trainer employed at Universität Wien Sprachenzentrum, British Council of Rome, British Institute of Rome and International Language Centre, London.


David Traska

David Traska

has been enthusiastic about foreign language ever since he first found them at age 10. He speaks Spanish, Portuguese, English, and German (native language) and loves finding out more about them and how they work. If he is not looking up etymologies, he is probably riding a skateboard or doing cart wheels in a park. David is currently enrolled in a teacher accreditation programme for English and Spanish at the University of Vienna.


Annemarie Rapberger

Annemarie Rapberger

is active in English adult education. After spending her gap year as an Au pair in Ireland, she moved to Vienna and began studying English at the University of Vienna. There, she worked for the English department on several occasions, most recently as part of the scientific staff while writing her thesis in linguistics.


Selina Walter

Selina Walter

is a student at the Department of English and American Studies. She is working at the Department of Communication as an English teacher in the context of the Open Learning Initiative programme.


Juliann Barta

Juliann Barta

is an educator with experience in community outreach and program management. She currently teaches English to children for the Integrative Lernwerkstatt program in Vienna. She holds a Master of Public Administration from the University of Washington and earned an English minor from the Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University.


Liliya Buhela

Liliya Buhela

BA (Ternopil National Pedagogical University, Ukraine). Currently enrolled in MA program in English Language and Linguistics at the University of Vienna. Has been teaching English (both children and adults) for the past 4 years.


Iliana Guentert

Iliana Guentert

Born into a multicultural setting as a child of German-mexican parents, Iliana Guentert was raised in Switzerland and after completing her bilingual Secondary education at Swiss International School she moved to Vienna in 2014 to pursue an academic career at the University of Vienna. She is currently studying "English and American Studies" in her 6th Semester at the English Department.