Meet the student care team
Hello everyone! I am the “cordobés”,maybe you have heard about Córdoba for its Cathedral-Mosque (yes, they both are together). When I was a teenager I did an immersion course in Ireland and I felt in love with the whole experience. Since then I have always wanted to share that enriching experience with students from all over the world who come to learn Spanish.
I consider myself as friendly guy who loves meeting people from all places. I really enjoy helping our students to make their stay unforgettable. I am very passionate about practicing tennis and watching football matches. My favorite football team is Real Madrid. Even though I am a big fan of Spanish food (paella, tortilla, flamenquín…), pizza Carbonara is always the first option when I want to treat myself.
Hello! I am Verónica, the Willi Fog of the school. Although I was born in a little village in Córdoba, I have lived in different Spanish cities, like Málaga and Huelva, where I studied in the university. Furthermore, I have lived in several countries like Italy, Ireland, England and the United States. After having this “little” tour around the world I decided to come back to Málaga because “how we live here is like nowhere else in the world”.
I have always loved to meet new people from other countries, and in AIL Málaga I have the opportunity not only to help them but also to teach them a bit of our culture and language.
In my free time I love dancing, I am “salsera” and “bachatera”, I love latin music. I also like to travel and to ride my bike.
The two things I like the most in Málaga are a delicious cake called “palmeras of kinder” from the “Casa Kiki”, a bake shop which is just 2 minutes far from our school; and also the seafront promenade where I usually skate, walk and enjoy the sea.
Hi everyone, I m Silvia! A native Madrileña (Madrid) with a heart from Malagueña. In my leisure time I traverse the world to discover its endless beauty. Malaga its my little piece of paradise to which I always come back with a sincere grin on my face. Here a sun shines like nowhere else in the world!
I truly enjoy relaxing on sandy beaches decorated by palm trees which reaches the sky. Meanwhile taking a refreshing bath in the sea, listening the sing of colorful parrots and letting sun rays to heat my body… It is what I was missing the most when I was living in London – all 15 years! But above all it was a wonderful experience which taught me a lot about cultural wealth and its differences, letting me grow as a person. Immersion in a different culture and language made me be a self confident person, fluently speaking in English with many new friends from all over the world.
After 10 years of work in many various language schools, as an experienced worker I ve decided to join the AIL Malaga family. That school is very different from any I have ever seen in my life. A team is so close to students, able to help them any time they need, and so am I. Together we create student friendly place which is a second home for us.
In the evenings I rediscover my passion to cooking traditional Spanish courses and exploring hidden charming paths of Malaga on my electric scooter. Lets have fun!
Hi guys – I am Pamela. A polish girl with an English name living in Malaga. Good combination – it cannot be boring! I love trying new things, so my life is full of adventures and good memories.
I am coming from a small town in Poland, called Sulechów. Since I was young I loved watching Argentinian telenovelas, my favourite one was “Muñeca Brava”. My love to Spanish language was growing along with me. In 2016, I visited Spain for the first time. It was like a long holiday called Erasmus Program ;). Studying both in Spanish and English was crazy for me. Guess what! Yes, I ‘ve fallen in love with Spain completely.
I’ ve recently finished a masters degree in psychology and now in AIL Malaga I mix my passion with marketing and language skills. People here are more than friendly and fun. What I love the most of Malaga is going to the beach, the “always sunny” and warm weather and the historical center of Malaga. If I could, I would take some of exotic Palmeras to my garden in Poland!