Has a MA degree in Translation Studies and a BA in Icelandic Linguistics and Literature from the University of Iceland.
Kjartan is the director of Múltikúlti-íslenska and has taught Icelandic for foreigners in the Intercultural Center and Múltikúlti-íslenska for the past 8 years and has experience in adult education on various issues.
Óskar has a BA in Japanese Linguistics and Culture from the University of Iceland. In addition to that Óskar has a Leaving Certificate from FÍH, Music College in percussion. In addition to teach Icelandic, Óskar works as a musician and a teacher. Óskar speaks Japanese and English, in addition to Icelandic.
Has a BA in Linguistic and Cultural Mediation and a Master in Teaching Italian to foreigners. She has been teaching Italian for 7 years in different countries. In addition to Italian, Caterina speaks English, Spanish and Icelandic.
Natalia has a BA degree in English Linguistics and Literature from the University of Iceland.
She will receive a master's degree from the Faculty of Languges and Cultures at the University of Iceland in June 2019. She has experience in teaching English to young learners. She speaks fluent Polish and English and knows basic Russian
Oktavía Hrund Jónsdóttir
Oktavía Hrund has an MA in International Communication and International Development and a BA in Business, Spanish and English. In addition to Icelandic, she has taught privacy-oriented tools, risk management and how the internet works for more than a decade at both university and workshop levels.
Sigríður Bylgja Sigurjónsdóttir
Bylgja is an entrepreneur, activist, CEO, project manager with environmental education. She has a BA in philosophy, politics and economics and a MSc in Human Ecology - culture, power and sustainability.
Marielle has a M.A. degree in Language Teaching and European Studies as well as a B.A. degree in Translation. She has been working as a language teacher, tour guide, translator and interpreter in different countries. Marielle is fluent in French, German, Spanish, English, Portuguese, and Icelandic.
Sandra has an MA in English Language and Literature and a BA in Sociology from the University of Zagreb in Croatia. Before moving to Iceland she worked as a translator and English teacher in Croatia. Now she is finishing the BA program Icelandic as a Second Language at the University of Iceland. Her areas of interest are second language acquisition and teaching language to adults. She speaks Croatian, English and Icelandic.
Ingibjörg has a teaching licence in Icelandic at upper secondary school level oan can teach Icelandic to foreigners on all levels. She has taught courses on most levels and also a special writing course. She has also taught Icelandic and social studies in Landnemaskólinn, which is intended for immigrants who have advanced level Icelandic.