Italian for Foreigners Instructor and Coordinator of Courses organised by the Italian Cultural Institute


Lecturer of the Italian language for foreigners and instructor of the courses provided by the Italian Cultural Institute

CILS certificate examiner

Co-author of the ItaLiS online course

Cooperation on EUNIC projects

Expert in the field of “web mining and sentiment analysis” for the company Semantic Visions (English, Czech, Spanish, French and Russian languages)

Co-author of the Czech-Italian and Italian-Czech dictionary published in 2006 (Czech-Italian part) published by LEDA

Cooperation with the Leda publishing house

Since 1994 has worked in the Czech Republic as a freelance interpreter and translator from Czech to Italian

Since 1994 lecturer of the Italian language for:
Italian Cultural Institute of Prague
Bilingual section of the Grammar School Ústavní 400
Bilingual Grammar School Dante Alighieri
Grammar School Voděradská
FFUK in Prague
The Associazione Amici dell’Italia di Praga
Numerous corporate clients
Coordinator of the Italian section of the Ústavní 400 Grammar school

Education and Training

In 2019 completed the degree Master Itals di II livello in Advanced planning of instruction of Italian language and culture for foreigners, at the l’Università Ca‘ Foscari di Venezia, final grade 110/110
In 2005, completed the Contemporary Italian language course for foreigners at l’Università per Stranieri di Perugia.

In 1999, took part in a seminar on verification and valuation of competences in Italian L2 organised by the Centro Certificazione CILS dell’Università per Stranieri di Siena

An examiner for Certificazione CILS exams

Since 1994 attended numerous training courses in methodology of Italian for foreigners and refresher courses for Italian teachers abroad held by Università Ca’ Foscari di Venezia (laboratorio Itals), all’Università per Stranieri di Siena and all’Università per Stranieri di Perugia as well as at Dilit school of Rome

In 1993, graduated from l’Università degli Studi di Roma “La Sapienza” in Modern Foreign Languages and Literature (specialization in Slavonic languages) obtaining first-class honours degree