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Our teachers
Bartha Éva
In 1999 I finished my studies at the University of Bucharest, Foreign Languages and Literatures. I teach French and Hungarian. As a teacher I chose a Chinese saying: Teachers open the door but you must walk trough it yourself.

Csonta Noémi
I was born in Csíkszereda, I grew up here. I graduated in 2004 in Márton Áron High School. After that I started to learn Hungarian and
English language and literature at the Faculty of Humanities at Babeş-Bolyai University. I started to teach Hungarian language and
literature at the Kós Károly Vocational School in 2009. From the autumn of 2014 I teach English language at the Spektrum Educational Center. I love teaching, I love dinamic lessons, my students give me a huge amount of energy and motivation. In the last few years I became the mother of two girls.
Ferencz Laura Kinga
My name is Ferencz Laura Kinga. I was born on 29 January 1976 in Lunca de Sus. After primary school, I attended classes V-VIII at "Ady Endre" school in Miercurea-Ciuc. Then I finished Pedagogical high school "Benedek Elek" in Odorhei (1990-1995). After high school I started teaching in my native village, at "Péter Pál Domokos" school. Between 2006-2009 I graduated at the Faculty of Letters Spiru Haret Bucharest, specialization Romanian language and literature, English language and literature. I've achieved academic degree in education. I am the leader of the Methodist circle on voluntary basis. I am a member of the Democratic Union of Teachers of Romania. I attended numerous training courses and I also led a youth association. I prefer reading and traveling. I am open to novelties and I like challenges which I am approaching in an optimistic manner.
Ferencz Noémi
My name is Ferencz Noémi, I am a teacher of English from Csíkszentdomokos. For 17 years I’ve lived in Budapest. For 7 years of my Budapest stay I used to work for the Manhattan Language Studio. Last year I decided to move back home. From October 2015 I teach English at the Spektrum Educational Center.

György Hajnalka
In 2009 I finished my university studies as an English - Romanian teacher. Since then I’ve been teaching English to children and adults. I work part-time at the Spektrum Educational Center since 2011. I consider it important that my classes have a friendly, relaxed atmosphere where students can easily – through different games, activities - acquire knowledge that they can use in their everyday life. Besides the relaxed atmosphere, my priority in my classes is to provide understandable grammatical explanations, which is the solid foundation for further studies, alongside with the varied, colorful vocabulary building.

However, the most important thing is that students dare and like to use the lessons learned - so that will make teaching a pleasure for me.

Kémenes Árpád
I have been teaching English at Spektrum Educational Centre since 2009. During the courses I lay special emphasis on the development of speaking skills, as well as on making learners aware of the requirements of different types of writing genres. Besides enriching their vocabulary and broadening their knowledge of grammar, the participants also have the possibility to develop their listening comprehension skills by being regularly exposed to language spoken at natural speed tailored to the abilities of the learners. Last but not least, a variety of linguistic games contribute to making the courses more enjoyable.

Kolozsváry Katalin
My name is Katalin Kolozsváry and I am a teacher of English at the Márton Áron High School. Since 2001, I have been teaching at the Spektrum Educational Centre Foundation as well. In the past ten years I have been preparing students for the FCE and CAE Cambridge examinations. I believe that our results are ensured by motivated students, small groups and dedicated colleagues.



Márdirosz Barnabás
Ever since I heard back in the third grade the Humpty Dumpty song in my English class and I saw the “Der Preis ist Heiss” show on TV I became a dedicated friend of the English and German language.

Since 2005 I teach German language, and since 2014, when I came to the Spectrum Educational Center I have been teaching English too.

I am the father of two beautiful little girls who I spend almost all my free time with, but I try to have a bit on my own in which I can play football with friends, read, listen to music, watch movies.
Máthé Biborka
I got my B.A. degree majoring in English Language and Literature and minoring in German Language and Literature in 2010 from the Faculty of Letters, Babeş-Bolyai University in Cluj Napoca and I furthered my studies here, graduating from the British Cultural Studies M.A. program in 2012. In my free time I like to do English-Hungarian-Romanian translations and starting with 2012 I teach English part-time at the Spektrum Educational Center Foundation.

Mátyás László
My name is Mátyás László-Levente. I graduated at the Faculty of Mathematics from Babeş-Bólyai University in 1996, where I also completed Sociology afterwards.

I used to work in minority and child protection and for more than 15 years I’ve been teaching Mathematics. I’ve finished school teaching 3 years ago. Nowadays I’m pretty much involved in the organization of Maths weekends and camps with my family’s support.

I love Maths, but I do understand those who feel differently related to this science.

I started to teach the final exam preparatory courses for VIII and XII graders at the Spektrum Educational Center in 2015.

Nagy Renáta
I have been among the first teaching staff of the Centre starting from 1999. During the years I had small groups I guided all the way through their language acquisition adventures. I am also a professional translator from and into Italian. My family immigrated to Romania, to Valea Jiului in 1870, I am the 3rd generation of an Italian family. Due to my holidays spent at my grandparents I mostly speak the Veneto dialect of the Italian language. Teaching Italian is the beautiful part of my life which gives me moments that fill me up with energy and makes me realise that I am lucky, because I can do what I like. I am not only passing on the language, but I also try to give an infusion of the Italian culture, traditions, places to visit. The Spektrum Educational Centre supports its staff with professional development trainings which are offered on a regular basis.
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The skills acquired at our courses correspond to the levels of language skills from the Common European Framework of Reference for Languages.