Tereza Mytakou was born in Thessaloniki, Greece. She holds a BA Honors degree in English Language and Literature from the School of English, Aristotle University of Thessaloniki, from which she graduated cum laude. She also holds an M.Phil. in English Language Teaching from Trinity College, Dublin in Ireland. She graduated with a Distinction for her overall performance and her dissertation on gender in English Language teaching. Her research interests revolve around issues of gender and ethnicity in literature and education, as well as inclusive education. She has experience teaching English in Greece, the UK and Ireland. Furthermore, she has voluntarily taught linguistic and ethnic minorities in Ireland (teaching English to adult migrants and children), as well as in Greece (teaching children at a Roma population settlement). She is passionate about learning foreign languages and, apart from English, she can speak Spanish, German, Russian, and is currently learning Arabic.
Updated May 2019