Virginia graduated from The Superior Technical School of Architecture of Madrid (one of Europe’s leading universities of Architecture and Urban Planning) with a Master’s degree. During her academic studies she was awarded several international scholarships for studying abroad in Chicago (Illinois Institute of Technology), Rome (Roma Tre) and Shanghai (Tongji University). Teaching is one of her biggest passions and she’s been doing it for more than 10 years. Outside of her academic work, Virginia is a registered architect (ARB) and published author (Architectour).
Virginia has a strong expertise in Maths, Physics and Geometry and has been teaching those subjects along with French, Spanish and English as a foreign language– from KS2 to undergraduate level. Her international teaching background includes UK, Spain, Italy and USA and this has given her an extra ability to connect with children and young adults from very different backgrounds.
Virginia is a friendly and empathetic tutor who aims to motivate her students to reach their full potential while having fun during her lessons. She takes time to understand the needs, strong points and weaknesses of the individual learner and work together for the best possible outcome. She prides herself on building great relationships with her students, framing the ambition and confidence needed to achieve great results, while aiming to inspire them to continue learning in other exciting fields.