Hello! I graduated from the Faculty of English Letters at Sanata Dharma University in Yogyakarta with a Degree in English Language and Literature. I spent many years in Jakarta teaching in the English literature faculty at BINUS University. I joined IELC in 2006 and I have helped thousands of students to excel in the IELTS and TOEFL exams. I teach all levels and also help design IELC’s merchandise and posters.
Hi, I taught English for three years in South Korea before joining IELC in 2016. I have a Bachelors’ degree in Forensic and Crime Scene Science from Bournemouth University and a CELTA certificate in teaching English. Over the past few years, I’ve traveled around Southern Africa, Australia, and East Asia. Travelling around Indonesia has been great – I’ve been to so many amazing places!
Hello everyone, I got my bachelor’s degree in English Literature from STBA Lia in Yogjakarta and a Masters’ Degree in Translation from UNS University in Solo. In 2008, I lived in Exeter, the UK where I studied advanced English for one year. Before Joining IELC in 2014, I taught at the UNS Sebelas Maret language centre. I teach all ages and levels but my favorite class to teach is academic writing.
Hello! I attended Satya Wacana University and graduated Cum Laude with a degree in English Language and Literature. After finishing my studies, I taught English at Kota Bahasa in Salatiga before moving to Solo in 2014 to work at IELC. I teach a lot of the kid’s classes – they keep me young and energetic!
Hi everyone, I grew up near the border of English and French Canada so learning language is in my DNA. I got my Bachelor’s degree in Political Science from McGill University and have had a desire to teach English since my late teens. I joined IELC in 2017 and am happy to say I enjoy almost everything about living in Solo.
Hi, I’m Christian, I graduated Cum Laude with a bachelor’s degree in English Language and Literature from Satya Wacana Christian University. Straight after graduation I taught English at the Bina Bangsa Semarang International School before joining IELC in 2014. I’m one of the experts in teaching young kids, I really enjoy working with children and seeing them improve and gain confidence.
Hello everyone, I have a Bachelor’s Degree in English literature and a Master’s Degree in Translation Studies from UNS University. I also have diverse work experience, having worked as a liaison officer, radio announcer and master of ceremony. My passion however, is teaching English and meeting new students. I love getting my students to talk about all kinds of topics and we have a lot of fun in my classes!
I got my bachelor’s degree in Computer Science from Bina Nusantara University in Jakarta. Despite being a computer science graduate, teaching English has always been my passion and I taught English in Jakarta for many years before joining IELC in 2015. I mostly teach the older kids’ classes and academic classes for IELTS and TOEFL.
Hi, my name is Bina. I studied English literature at Brawijaya University and continued my masters studies at UGM in 2012. I taught the International Program at Universitas Islam Indonesia. The love of my life led me to Solo and my love of teaching led me to IELC. I love writing and you can visit my blog at anadzhani.blogspot.com, just random writings but I hope they are enjoyable to read.
Hi! I’m Uswa. I have a bachelor degree in English language and Literature from Universitas Sebelas Maret. I was awarded a Fulbright scholarship to pursue my master’s degree in the US. I also completed a TESOL (Teaching English for Speakers of Other Languages) certification while there. I taught for 3 years at UNS Language Center.
Hi! My name is Prilia Nareswari. I graduated from GBSC, a private college in the US, with a BA in Integrative Studies (Intercultural Studies and Counseling). I also completed an online TEFL certification while I was there. I love learning foreign languages, especially English. I started learning English by listening to music, reading books and watching movies with no subtitles.
Hello everyone! I earned both my Bachelors and Masters degrees in Economics from Diponegoro University. My choice of becoming a teacher was inspired by one of my professors. I find teaching very rewarding, especially when my students become more confident. I like watching movies and playing video games and believe it or not, that’s what made me love learning English in the first place.
Hi everyone, I have a passion for teaching and travelling. That’s what brought me to Solo! I grew up in Canada with Portuguese and Indian ethnicity so I’m a mix of East & West. I have a Trinity college Certificate in Teaching English as well as a Diploma in Marketing and another in Business Administration. Before joining IELC in 2015, I worked in sales, private tutoring, summer camps, and magazine editing but teaching is my favorite job so far!
Hello! I have a degree in English Education from the Faculty of Teacher Training and Education at Jember University. I taught for more than 5 years at a private school in Surabaya. I love writing and teaching young learners. I have been writing journals for 18 years. I also love giving students creative writing tips. I have even helped my students publish their stories in school magazines. I am happiest when students learn English. See you in class!
I got my degree in International Studies majoring in South East Asia area studies with Indonesian language. During my bachelors, I decided to use my savings to get my teacher training (CELTA) in London. Shortly after I found work teaching adults in the Netherlands, and I realised quickly that teaching English is a great way to learn about different cultures and meet new and interesting people from all walks of life. In my free time I love exploring new places, cooking, listening to music and reading. I have also played the drums for over 15 years and I hope to find a band in Solo.
Hi, my name is Maya. I love learning English and making friends. I graduated from the English Department of Satya Wacana Christian University in 2012 and I taught English back in my hometown Salatiga. For me, teaching is a joy because I can make new friends and share fascinating insights with my students in class. I enjoy listening to the Beatles, watching comedies and reading detective novels in my leisure time.