Vlasta Rebrošová has been teaching Slovak at the School of Slavonic and East European Studies at UCL since September 2006.
She holds a Master’s degree in Teaching Slovak Language and Literature as well as Italian Language from The University of Constantine The Philosopher in Nitra, Slovakia. Her final thesis examined 'The Second World War in Italian Literature: The Neo-Realist Experimentation in Literature'.
Vlasta worked as a language teacher and as an interpreter from Italian to Slovak and vice versa in Slovakia before moving to London in 2004. In her free time she translated the poetry of Slovak writers into Italian language. One of the poems of a young and up and coming Slovak writer was translated into Italian and subsequently won the 1st prize award in a competition in Italy.
In 2005 Vlasta obtained Qualified Teacher Status in England and in 2006 the City and Guilds Certificate - 'Delivering Learning in Modern Foreign Languages'.
She is also a teacher of Spanish and Italian and feels passionate about teaching Slovak language at SSEES. She is a professional and enthusiastic teacher with excellent communication skills. Vlasta prepares excellent resources for her students and adapts her teaching style and methods to correspond to students’ aptitude.