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Our Teachers in Milan

Antonella Berzuini

Antonella Berzuini

I graduated in Slavic studies at the University of Genua and right after graduation I went to Slovakia, where I worked as Italian lecturer at the University of Bratislava.

This was my first job but I knew immediately that I would be forever a teacher of Italian for foreigners.

I love the contact with students, who come from all over the world, the relationship that you create with them, the continuous and mutual exchange. I love to pass on my language and my culture to people who are motivated and interested. I have learned a lot from my students, they introduced me their countries and enriched me culturally and humanly.

Cristina Baroni

Cristina Baroni

I am the course coordinator at Linguadue. I have always liked to meet international people. In all these years each student has offered us a piece of his or her world and its culture. It is like a never ending journey through habits, mentality and traditions!

The work at Linguadue is varied and interesting and we all share the same curiosity about our students and where they come from. I love films and making travel arrangements, but I like travelling most! We look forward to meeting you at Linguadue.

Roberta Mega

Roberta Mega

I have a degree in foreign languages and literature and I have been working in at Linguadue for several years. I love to teach my language and make known to many people and my country my culture. What I particularly like about my job is the opportunity to meet students from many countries around the world and come into contact with very different cultures. I love travelling and I love the sea.

Alberto Raminelli

Alberto Raminelli

I have always looked for a job based on relationships and, after several work experiences in various areas, which have enriched my professional and human experience, I finally found what I have been looking for in teaching Italian language and culture. I have been working at Linguadue for 15 years, but for me, being in a classroom is as special as the first day. It is a deeply authentic dimension where all of us, teachers and students, learn from each other. During the lessons very important things happen: we meet, discuss, learn about habits, attitudes, behaviors, characteristics, cultures of other countries and, especially of other people. Away from stereotypes and bias.

Marina Perotto

Marina Perotto

At one point in my life I felt the need to cross the beautiful mountains surrounding the village where I was born to find out what was beyond them. In order to achieve this , it was necessary to learn languages. I graduated in Japanese Studies at the University of Venice and after I began to travel. During my travels I have discovered, however, that not many things were known about Italy except Nutella, Del Piero and the Coliseum ... I then decided that I had to teach people about other aspects of this wonderful country. Teaching language and culture, I felt was the perfect job to meet the world and to convey my knowledge and passion for Italy’s beauty.

Simone Nastasi

Simone Nastasi

The idea of being a teacher of Italian sprang from a strong personal need to find a well defined job which focuses on the two most important things to me: to put into practice the linguistic competences acquired during my studies and to deal daily with people from different cultures. 
I do this job from both a professional and human perspective, always open to experimenting with new kinds of educational methods. I enjoy working with a large variety of students and learning more about their cultures, while inspiring them to learn more about the Italian culture and language. They usually like my Tiramisù!

Valeria Passera

Valeria Passera

I have a degree in Italian Language and Literature and I have been working at Linguadue for many years now. I love teaching, I love the exchange of ideas and culture that is created with students. Over the years, this work has allowed me to meet many different people, different habits and traditions: It is a bit like travelling extensively without physically moving from Milan.

Milan is my city, I was born here and I love Milan very much for the opportunities it offers: museums, exhibitions, cinemas, theaters, stylish and affordable shops, pubs, clubs: everything you could want for your day or night life!

Sarah Pobbiati

Sarah Pobbiati

I like being in a classroom with people who come from all over the world, bringing their cultures. I love teaching Italian to foreign students because I think that knowing a language is a useful tool to gain a better understanding of a culture. I am glad if students can discover the real Italy away from the stereotypes and clichés.

Nicoletta Gilardoni

Nicoletta Gilardoni

I started teaching Italian when I was living in Canada. At first I taught in an Italian-Canadian school. It was a way to make children understand the language and culture of their grandparents and to help them discover and love their roots. I then taught at University and there I could see how much interest and love there was towards my language and my culture. I have been teaching at Linguadue for several years. I carry out this job with passion because I love seeing how my students brighten up with satisfaction when they understand and are able to communicate in Italian. I especially love teaching students of different nationalities, they enrich me personally and culturally. In all these years, my students have taught me a lot.