Our Teachers

All of our teachers at PLURILINGUA language school hold university degrees and most are native speakers of the language which they teach, therefore having the necessary skills required by the Cypriot Ministry of Education for language teaching in officially recognised schools. It is essential that our teachers regularly participate in training courses designed to improve their teaching skills and continually further their knowledge of the latest research developments in language teaching. Due to their experience in teaching they are able to help you through any difficulties or problems you may have in your learning, aiding you efficiently and responsibly to improve your language skills.


At PLURILINGUA good teamwork is considered a vital element of the smooth running of the school, as a result our teachers meet weekly to exchange ideas and to coordinate activities within the school. Our teachers are highly motivated and committed people, equipped and able to handle all of your personal requests with flexibility, and as the individual interests of every student are taken into consideration, our classes appeal to all.


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Ruth Veh-Ioannou is the director and teaches German at the language school. She has been living in Cyprus for over 10 years now and enjoys mountain hiking and travelling. Ruth likes reading, good food and out door activities.

Kerstin is german and French and grew up in Düsseldorf/Germany. She studied German/French literature and International Politics and workes many years in communication before starting teaching German. She loves to be involved in charity and to try unusual sports. Her passion is travelling and meeting people from different cultures. Ten years ago she took a year off to backback around the world.
Afroditi teaches French at Plurilingua. She has just moved to Limassol from Denver USA, "where the west lives"!! She was born in Greece and attended a French private school for 13 years. She holds a degree in French Language and Literature from Aristotle University of Thessaloniki. She is interested in linguistics and enjoys discovering other cultures. She loves swimming, canoeing and playing tennis as well as travelling and being with her friends.

Viktoria Eden teaches German at the language school. She is originally from Bavaria in Germany and has moved to Cyprus four years ago after living in Austria and Greece where she worked as a speech and language pathologist. She is interested in other cultures, loves traveling around the world and likes to meet her friends. She enjoys her job as a teacher very much and is eager to spread the German language.

Cristina is a native Spanish and Greek teacher. She has recently moved to Limassol from Athens, Greece, but was born in Buenos Aires, Argentina. She is particularly interested in Mesoamerican civilizations and History in general. She enjoys mountain trips and likes watching football. Don't think she knows how to dance the tango. Only the first eight steps.... ¡¡¡CARAMBA!!!
The Italian teacher at Plurilingua School is Eugenia Lunati. She is from Milano and has moved to Cyprus in 2001: new millennium, new country!! She is an avid reader, passionately fond of greek mythology and roman history. But the real love of her life is little Diletta, 10 years old "greek-roman" baby!
Virginie is a native French teacher. She is originally from the centre of France and has been in Cyprus for almost 10 years. She is passionate about people discovering her language, culture and traditions. Dancing, swimming and meeting friends are also part of her daily routine.

Nikoletta teaches Greek at Plurilingua. She studied Greek philology and Developmental Linguistics and she has been teaching Greek for the last couple of years. She enjoys reading books, hanging out with good friends and travelling! She finds the process of teaching Greek very fascinating, and that reflects on her work, which is full of enthusiasm and creativity. Through interactive learning, her students do not only learn how to read and write, but also how to express themselves in Greek and participate in everyday-life conversations. 

Paul teaches English at Plurilingua. He has been back in Cyprus for the past three years, teaching English and English Literature. He has taught English as a foreign language for many years, in the UK, Italy and now in Cyprus. Paul also enjoys teaching creative writing. He loves writing, reading, playing guitar and tries to keep fit by swimming and cycling.
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Her name is Katalin Reppenhagen and she is a secondary school teacher of German and Russian language.

After graduation at the University she got her professional  teaching training in the Hanseatic Town of Hamburg, North Germany. 

Her greatest hobby is travelling around the world and meeting new cultures.

She is looking forward to share the pleasure of learning German with new students – bis bald!

Katrin is a German teacher at the language school. She grew up in Germany, and after having lived in Denmark, Sweden and Belgium moved to Limassol in 2014. She likes learning new languages herself and really enjoys teaching German. She loves books, travelling, hiking and spending time with her kids. And of course being on the beach :)
Victoria is a passionate teacher of foreign languages with more than 15 years of pedagogical experience. 
Her academic activities include teaching young linguists at the university, adults for professional purposes and children. 
She loves traveling and sharing her impressions about other countries and cultures with the readers of women's and lifestyle magazines L'Officiel and Pink. 
She dreams about writing a book where she would gather the most interesting stories from her journeys. She is also a professional translator and copywriter. Well, short and sweet - she loves everything which is connected to the big world of languages.

Alex Christofides is a native speaking English teacher based in Limassol. Alex is a British born Cypriot who has studied and trained as an English teacher in the UK. After doing a degree in Photography and Journalism he went on to do a Masters in Photojournalism followed by a Cambridge Certificate in Teaching Language to Adults (CELTA). Since 2010 he has taught in both groups and on a one to one basis to a range of age groups and backgrounds.   Alex enjoys living and working in Limassol and has a passion for teaching and keeping fit, he enjoys running and swimming and when he can taking pictures and listening to music.