Four career paths that no one knew about 10 years ago

A lot of the time, the straight and narrow way to do life (aka University) seems like it’ll end in an office doing a mundane job with boring people…right? Luckily, it’s not the case at all these days. As generations become more aware of the world around them, university degrees are starting to more and more reflect the need for change and innovation. The array of exciting new university degrees and careers on offer these days might just make your career choice easier – and a whole lot more appealing! Have a look at the latest and greatest in careers.

1. Environmental Engineering and Geophysics

Windmills representing environmental engineering and geophysics

If you’re a bit of a ‘greenie’ who’s all about saving the planet, one of these career path could be right up your alley. We all know that fuel is a big topic of tension these days, and we’re starting to rely on Environmental Engineers to create new fuel sources – wind, solar, biofuels – and create solutions for safer atomic fission. Geophysics is another cool arm of this career path, focusing on understanding how the earth produces natural energy resources.

How do you know if Environmental Engineering and Geophysics is something you should study?

2. Biotechnology

Person who is wearing a medical glove holding a petri dish performing an experiment

Biotechnology sounded like a freaky Frankenstein kind of job until recently, when we’re starting to understand the biotechnologists are helping solve the world’s most pressing problems and most advanced innovations in healthcare and nutrition in particular. It’s all about using a biological process for technological advancement.

How do you know if Biotechnology is the right career for you?

This field of work is perfect for anyone who has a shared curiosity of biology, engineering and computer science – because it’s a marriage of all three!

3. Financial Engineering

Two office employees with two laptops discussing about finance

We all used to thing ‘people who build bridges’ when people said the word ‘engineer’. These days, there’s a kind of ‘engineer’ for almost everything – including finance! Financial engineers are also called a ‘quant’ and they’re becoming integral to the financial world. This is great news for people who were scared to enter the notoriously tedious world of finance – this one job is pretty exciting and still very math-sy! Being a quant is all about assessing market risk and predicting future sources of revenue.

How do you know if Financial Engineering is something you’d like?

Becoming qualified to be a financial engineer includes having a background in computer science, finance and economics. Think the excitement of the movie ‘21’ – but less casinos.

4. Distance learning

Woman smiling at her laptop because of her online classes

No joke – online learning is where education is going! We’re seeing a trend of adult online learning – learners who balance families, jobs and study. Becoming skilled at teaching and managing curriculum remotely however, requires a certain amount of IT know-how and management skills that the new generations of teachers and educators will have to learn.

How do you know if distance education is something you could do?

If you’ve ever dreamed of being a teacher – then boom! Imagine doing that dream teaching job, but from anywhere in the world. Literally anywhere. A degree in education, curriculum or adult education is perfect if this sounds like the lifestyle for you.

Remember, whatever you decide to study – or even if you decide that University isn’t for you, you’ll always find a tutor at Eurekly who can help with teaching you the skills you need to get where you’re going in your career.

Things you need to know before starting your degree

Entering the world of University is an exciting time, with a lot of lessons to be learnt along the way – in and outside the classroom. Here are our handiest tips for someone about to dive into the world of study!

Self-directed learning

First things first, Uni is not like school. Your tutors are not going to give you the answers, they’re not going to tell you what pages to read (ok sometimes they actually do – but don’t count on it!) and whatever you decide to read or work on is what you will learn. This can be awesome because it means you get to write essays and conduct research on topics you’re really, truly interested in. It can also be detrimental because you’ve got to make yourself actually do the work.

Writing lots of essays

No matter what you study, Uni comes with a lot of writing. But it’s not all bad! Writing for Uni comes in all kinds of various forms – essays, creative writing, reflection, reports – and all of those things are easy to get the hang of if you put a little time into learning their structures.

P.S. if you really do struggle with writing, pop over to where you’ll find the perfect tutor to get you up to speed on academic writing in no time!

Team work can be hard work

There’s a big pro to team work and that’s learning to work with others. There’s also a big con…working with others. Yes, there will still be someone who does nothing, someone who does the wrong thing, and someone who will never agree with you.

Just remember that while it seems like torture, it’s growing you into a co-operative, team-playing, people-skilled machine for the future.

Time management

Uni seems like a dream after high school. There’s no one checking on your homework every night and you don’t have to be in class as long – sometimes only four days a week!

It’s easy to procrastinate by ‘carpe diem’ing… Every. Single. Day. Unfortunately, before you know it you’ll be two days before a due date and WAY behind on the work. The feeling of poor time management is much worse than taking yourself to the library to study or work just a couple of hours a day!

Take it from all the Uni students who have come before you.

Spread the study.

Getting tutor-time

If you’re getting into a fairly broad or popular degree, like engineering, law or business studies, you’ll have some pretty big lecture and class sizes. Those crowds can be a BIG bonus if you don’t like being called out to answer questions but can be a nightmare when you really need something clarified and they just don’t have time.

Usually tutors are really good about making time for everyone in tutorials, but if you find yourself struggling you can always lean on a Eurekly tutor to help you keep afloat of the Uni workload!

Studying something you love

You’ve probably had plenty of parents’ friends and other people tell you ‘you’d make a great lawyer’, or ‘you should get into finance, it pays SO well’.

And while the shiny money seems like the best path to follow, if you end up hating your job or doing the degree everyone else did ‘just because’, you’re not going to actually enjoy earning all that money!

So before you dig in to a career path you don’t really like, do some research, talk to some people, ask as many questions as you can and, lastly, think about what you truly enjoy doing and the rest should be a breeze.

NZ’s most popular degrees and exciting places they can take you

Image of a telescope that represents studying science

For a bunch of fairly unique and innovative people, New Zealand’s most popular degrees remain, well, kind of vanilla. We’ll give you three seconds to guess which degrees are the most popular…..

Alright, got it? Okay, here we go…


The degree that some turn up their noses at – the humble Bachelor of Arts (BA). If you’re new to University lingo, a BA is not just for someone who loves painting and making unidentifiable things out of clay (that’s a Bachelor of Fine Arts).

Three university students happily jumping

The Bachelor of Arts degree has a bit of a bad rep because it’s so broad – but that’s precisely what makes it such a huge opportunity. A BA gives you the flexibility to study all the things you’re interested in, in one degree! Interested in history? Tick. Languages? Tick. Politics? Perfect. This degree means you can get creative with your career. Graduates from a Bachelor of Arts have the opportunity to become: a Government Intelligence analyst, an International Diplomat, a Game Designer, a Radio Producer, a Museum Curator and even an Archaeologist.

Mind blown? We were too!

The Bachelor of Arts is all about giving you a qualification with a broad base, gaining you transferrable skills that could be taken into almost any career – it’s just up to you to decide. It’s really no wonder this is New Zealand’s most popular degree.


Maybe it’s our curious, DIY nature that makes this next degree the second most popular degree in New Zealand. What are we talking about? The Bachelor of Science. This one gets really fun.

Image of a mason jar upside down which smoke coming out of it that represents science experiments

A common perception of this degree is that it’ll either get you into a cushy teaching job, or have you stuck in a lab for the rest of your career. Wrong. Science these days is very much attached to the real world and its progress.

The cool thing about science is that whatever you’re into in your personal life, chances are that there’s a field of science you’d love. Ever consider a career creating the latest and greatest in cosmetics and makeup? Have a knack for thinking up handy inventions? Maybe you’re passionate about saving the planet. A Bachelor of Science could have you doing any of these things and more.

Some of the less obvious career pathways from a Bachelor of Science include becoming: an Aquarium Biologist, a Forensic Scientist, a Bio-economist and a Science Journalist.

So, who loves science now!?

Image of a book sale that represents learning everyday

As you can see, even the most normal-sounding degrees can lead you to the most exciting places. That’s the magic of learning – it can take you anywhere. All you have to do it start.

The rules of micro learning say you should study less!

We’ve all been there before…burning the midnight oil to get as much last-minute info crammed into our brains as humanly possible before a big test the next day. You’ll know from that experience that it doesn’t make you feel good, but it turns out that it doesn’t make you learn any better or retain information either!

one hour

Before you say ‘duh, obviously staying up late is bad’, it’s not just the studying late thing that we’re talking about. Studying for more than ONE HOUR at any time of day or night is detrimental to your focus and memory retention. Here’s why.

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The latest research in learning has brought us this wonderful thing called ‘micro learning’. What exactly is it? Let’s analogise your brain first. Think of your memory like a funnel. You’ve got to pour information into the funnel and give it time to come out the other end, into the ‘long term brain bottle’. If you pour information in too fast, most of it will spill over the top of the funnel and never make it into the bottle. If you just pour in a little at a time, everything gets safely through the funnel and into the bottle. Can you see where this is going?…

Micro learning is about feeding your brain new information in bite sized chunks, with good breaks between learning so that each little bit of info has time to sink into your long-term memory.

Why is micro learning so exciting?

Before we get too excited about how awesome this micro learning thing is, we should tell you… scheduling in little bits of learning time will mean making a really solid study plan that begins WAY before you think you need to start studying. The great news is, by breaking up your study and learning time, you create gaps of free time in your day! By studying for only an hour or two a day, you’ve got a whole lot of daylight to burn doing literally ANYTHING else. Oh yeah.

Gone are the days of the never-ending study sessions

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So we’ve said no longer than an hour at a time, but really around 30 minutes at a time is ideal for your attention span and memory capacity. Organising your studying into chunks of 20-30 minutes means the light at the end of the tunnel (aka snacks) is never far away!

Shorter length sessions don’t only apply to studying, but learning too. Our Eurekly tutors have class lengths of anywhere between 20 minutes to 1 hour.

If you need to add a quick lesson on anything to your kick-ass study schedule, just hop over to to find the perfect tutor for you!

The secrets to smashing New Year’s resolutions

Raise your hand if you’re guilty of setting a New Year’s resolution that you forgot about before summer finished…we see you. And we’ve all got our hands up, because it’s SO damn hard to stick to goals for yourself when work, family, day-to-day and our phones demand so much of our time.


With that said, we bring you a fool-proof way to smash your New Year’s resolution…

Choose a positive goal

Make your resolution something positive – not lose weight, but get healthier and understand your body better; not stop wasting money, but learn how to invest smartly – you get the gist. Giving yourself something positive to work towards is motivating and means you’re working forwards, not in reverse.

You could decide to learn Japanese, or get better at photography, start coding, or playing the guitar!

Get someone else involved

Having someone dedicated to motivating you through the process of learning, and guiding you along the way is by far the most effective way to stay on track – think of it like personal training for your brain! So this way, you don’t even have to worry about sticking to your resolution, we’ll make sure it happens.

Learn the new definition of ‘sun smart’.

Put our two previous tips together, add in some world-class tutors – and you’ve got the perfect recipe for resolution success – it’s called Eurekly.

Eurekly means you can learn whatever you like from wherever you are this summer – no excuses. All that’s left to do is book a free trial class at and start soaking up the skills.

Let’s dig in to something new…what will it be for you?

3 Reasons why Summer is the best time to learn.

Believe it or not, summer is the perfect time to learn something new!

‘But summer is for chilling out!’, you say. That’s exactly why it’s the perfect time to focus your brain on a fun new skill. The best thing is that, thanks to Eurekly’s online tutoring, you can be learning wherever you’re holidaying this summer.

Still not convinced you should be flexing that brain right now? Here’s a few reasons why…

Reason One:

A fresh place makes for a happy brain


In summer, we’re all over the place – the season is exciting, new and refreshing. That environment right there is exactly what makes your brain feel motivated to take in brand new information. So, make the most of it. With our international online tutors you can be learning at the beach, poolside… or wherever you’ve got an internet connection!

Reason Two:

Learning loves a mind with no to-do list


You heard it here first clever people – it’s not your fault you can’t remember stuff! You may have heard people booing multitasking lately and for a good reason too. Multitasking sounds like it’s awesome, but it means you’re not giving anything your full attention. Without full attention, your poor brain doesn’t file and store information properly – in fact it throws most of it out the window. The good news? When you’re indulging in the bliss that is holiday mode, that to-do list is short, and your mind is ready to dive into something with full concentration!

Reason Three:

So many hours and you only need one!


Now that you’re not stuck in an office or a classroom for eight hours a day, you’ve got time galore to sunbathe and exercise your brain with something you’ve always wanted to try. It’s proven that short bursts of learning are the best way to retain information, so take that in your stride and learn at top-speed by just doing an hour every now and then while you’ve got the extra minutes. Easy.

So, how do you start doing this awesome summer learning thing?

It’s easy with Eurekly. We’ve got world-class tutors from all over the world waiting to teach you everything they know. All you need to do is sign up at, pick a subject that takes your fancy, and a tutor you like the sound of. From there you can book a class at a time that suits you, then sit back in the sun and get excited to learn.

5 Reasons To Start Pursuing A Hobby Today

5 Reasons To Start Pursuing A Hobby Today

Are you overwhelmed? Stressed out? Consumed with work, school, kids, the demands of daily life? In our crazy turbo sped frenetic lives, how do you find balance and mental health? The answer might surprise you…  Take up a hobby!

“What?! Who has the time? Hobbies are frivolous and a time suck,” you might object. But research shows that people who actively engage in hobbies are happier, healthier and more productive.

So put away the Netflix, Facebook and all the daily habits that make you feel busy and start using your precious moments wisely.

Here are 5 great reasons to help inspire you to start pursuing a hobby today.

1. Hobbies Make You Zen (Reduce Stress)

Hobbies promote “Flow.”  Have you ever lost yourself in playing an instrument, or a doing an art project or other absorbing activity? If you have, then you’ve experienced “flow.” Most hobbies engage our minds and bodies actively, whereas watching TV and web surfing are passive activities that don’t distract our critical busy minds. When we are in the “flow” our actively stressed out mind turns off. Time flies, self-consciousness disappears and we experience in this immersive flow state: peace of mind. Think of it as a healthy and healing mini-break from the stress of your daily life.

2.  Hobbies Can Lead To New And Meaningful Social Connections.

While some hobbies are solitary endeavors, many get us off the couch and into our communities, meeting people we otherwise may not have. Sharing our passions, and knowledge can lead to especially deep and meaningful bonds with other people. Countless studies have found that social connection is a key component of happiness and a meaningful life, and hobbies have the ability to generate these important relationships.

3. Hobbies Actually Help You Manage Time Better.

According to Parkinson’s law, “work expands so as to fill the time available for its completion.” Or simply: things take as much time as you have. We all know the saying” Give the Job to the Busy Person.”  It’s true, people who are in the habit of actively getting things done to do more and are more efficient.

Next time the weekend or night stretches out before you and you find yourself stressing over nonessential work or home projects try practicing a musical instrument or drawing or engaging in the hobby of your choice. The structure of having time slots allocated to mentally enriching activities will calm you and make you more efficient.

  1. Hobbies Boost Self Esteem

The more effort and time we spend doing something new and learning a skill the better we become. Whether it is learning a new language or playing an instrument, we all know that “practice makes perfect” or certainly makes way for distinct improvement. The better we become at something the more we start to feel self-pride. In return, this new source of self-pride boosts self-esteem and our overall sense of greater purpose.

Hobbies unquestionably add meaningful layers to our identities and a richness to our sense of self. You will not only feel better about yourself and more inspired when you pursue hobbies actively, but your new grounded sense of self and purpose will help to inspire others as well.

  1. Hobbies Make You Happier

Having a hobby is like having a trusty pet or an attentive lover – no matter the stresses of life, work dissatisfactions, or replays of internal negative tapes your hobby is there to draw your attention, love and focus. Hobbies simply make your days more enjoyable. When we engage with hobbies we care about, we release negatively and build in its place confidence and a sense of purpose. This pursuit of focused leisure “me” time is essential to helping us develop a healthy balanced life. It boils down simply to our innate joy-of-learning new things. Hobbies not only entice us into gaining new skills and knowledge but into fulfilling our potential as human beings.

Whatever your hobby of choice, don’t wait to start enjoying the benefits. At Eurekly, we have your perfect tutor ready to help you start. Dive in today and learn that new language or musical instrument or whatever calls out to you, and start reaping the benefits of a more meaningful happier life.

Top 5 Reasons Everyone Should Learn Sign Language

  1. To Communicate with Millions of People. The most obvious reason to learn Sign Language and the reason that motivates millions of people worldwide is that it is the best way to communicate with the deaf and hearing impaired. But did you realize, just how many people worldwide are hearing impaired? Over 5% of the world’s population or 466 million people has disabling hearing loss (432 million adults and 34 million children). It is estimated that by 2050 over 900 million people – or one in every ten people – will have disabling hearing loss. Currently, in the USA,  American Sign Language is the 4th most used language.

2. It Makes You Smarter.  Learning Sign Language provides all the same benefits of learning a foreign language. Bilingualism of any languages (whether signed or spoken) is a great brain booster. It strengthens cognitive function and reasoning, increases memory, attention span, creativity and communication skills. Studies show that bilingual students score higher on standardized tests than monolingual students and secondary language immersion contributes to increased IQ in students.

Furthermore, Sign Language can be easier to learn than other spoken languages not only for the hearing impaired but also for people with autism, dyslexia and other learning differences.

3. It Gives You A Superpower: Expanded Vision. Sign language provides all the benefits of bilingualism but also bimodalism as well. Bimodal, that is using visual-spatial medium, expands your visual-perceptual skills: spatial awareness, mental rotation skill, visual sensitivity, and more! Sign language helps to develop small motor skills because of the dexterity required for communicating with hand gestures. Relying on a different sense to communicate exercises your peripheral vision and trains you to become more aware of your environment.

4. It Makes Children Smarter And Better Behaved Sign language is a great way to bond and communicate with pre-verbal children and it benefits impact children of all ages. Recent research confirms that signing boosts babies vocabulary and mental development, and helps to reduce childhood tantrums while deepening the parent-child relationship. Children that learn to sign gain all the benefits of being bilingual and a few extras including being better spellers and readers. Research shows that children who learn basic sign language skills (such as American Sign Language – ASL) have improved spelling skills. Signing helps to give kids another tool for remembering spelling words and leaves a larger imprint on the brain. Our muscles have their own mini-memories, so when we add signing a word to orally spelling the word,  it makes it easier to remember.

  1. Because It’s Beautiful and Fascinating. Sign language is, in fact, not one universal language but many different languages — as many as 300 worldwide. The exact number of sign languages is not known as different countries have different forms of sign language which are still developing and changing over time.  Interestingly enough, there are even different dialects and accents within a specific country. In the USA for example, we all know that people in Philadelphia speak with a distinctive Philly accent but did you know Philadelphians converse in their own sign language dialect?  Philadelphia is known for having one of the most distinctive regional sign language accents and it resembles French Sign Language roots more closely than American Sign Language (ASL).

Sign Language– and all its variations worldwide are filled with a fascinating and rich history. It is a beautiful language that is unique, graceful and filled with expression. Whatever version or specific sign language you want to learn, Eurekly is here to match you with your perfect tutor.   

Start learning to today and book a trial lesson with on our fantastic Sign Language tutors:

Q & A with Davella: A University Student Teaching Mandarin

Profile of a Eurekly Student Tutor: Davella Tang

Teaching on Eurekly is incredibly flexible. You get to decide what to teach and how often. Teaching part-time is a perfect opportunity for students in particular students working towards a teaching degree.

We recently caught up with one of our Mandarin tutors who is a full-time university student to find out a little bit about her and her passion for teaching.

Name: Davella Tang

Current Profession. Full-time student studying: Teaching and Linguistics at Auckland University.

Native language: Mandarin and Cantonese

Also speaks: English
Teaching: Mandarin and Cantonese
Number of students: 12

Q: What does Davella mean? Where did you get that name, it doesn’t sound Chinese.

Well, most Chinese people get an English name for themselves simply because the name sounds good to them. Some of them just search for it online. I got the name when I was 12 because the name of my celebrity crush was “Vae”, so I wanted to have those three letters in my English name. Then I literally just searched “English names for girls” online, and picked this usual name as I really like to be weird and unique, lol.

Q & A with Davella Tang

Q: What do you love about teaching?

A: What made me decide to be a teacher was my interest in teaching foreigners Mandarin. While I have teaching experience in areas other than language teaching, I am particularly passionate about teaching Mandarin.

When it comes to teaching, it takes effort to analyze the language rules, because as native speakers, we speak the language without knowing the explicit rules. Sometimes I spend days trying to figure out the explicit rules of my mother tongue because as a teacher, I need to explain the rules to my students. I find it very interesting studying the rules of my first language since I am always learning something new.

Cultures are closely associated with their language. So when I am teaching, I am also thinking about my culture from a foreigner’s perspective, which is intriguing.

Q: Did you have a teacher that inspired you?

A: When I was in primary school, my head teacher taught me for 5 years. She had a huge influence on me. She always told us to keep reading and keep studying, to be kind and try our best to be the best person we could.

My mother who is a Chinese teacher in an intermediate school in China is also an inspiration. I didn’t want to be a teacher when I was young because I remember my mother was always marking exam papers and essays at home late into the night. A teacher often needs to work overtime, spending lots of time reading and researching in order to prepare well for lessons. When I was preparing for my first one-hour-lesson for my first student, I spent two days preparing it!

Q: Tell us a favorite colloquial expression in Mandarin?

Instead of saying “How are you”, we often ask instead “ni chi le ma?” (Have you eaten?) It is usually used around lunch or dinner time. You can ask your mates or simply any people you know this question. The way people greet each other actually shows how much we value food in our culture in China.

Q & A with Professor Ashish: Eurekly’s Resident Polyglot from India

Professor Ashish and his wife

Sometimes in life, we get lucky and get to be taught by an extra special teacher that is willing to go above and beyond because they are passionate and dedicated to teaching.

At Eurekly, we are proud to have Professor Ashish, a highly skilled teacher of English, ESL, Hindi, Sanskrit, and Portuguese.

Ashish born and raised in India currently lives with his wife, a professor, in Rio Grande do Sul, Brazil. We recently sat down with Ashish for a little Q & A session where we learned about India and his teaching style.

Q.  Hi Ashish, tell us about your hometown in India?

A.  I am from Varanasi, Uttar Pradesh, India. Varanasi is one of the oldest continuously inhabited cities in the world, with settlements dating back to the 11th century BC. Many Hindus believe that dying in Varanasi brings salvation/nirvana and so they make the trip to the city when they realize that they are close to death. The scene of pilgrims doing their devotions in the River Ganga at sunrise set against the backdrop of the centuries old temples is probably one of the most impressive sights in the world.

Q.  Hmm Interesting! So how did you land in Brazil?

A.  Actually, my wife is from Brazil. We have been married since 2012. She had been visiting me in India since 2011. But in 2015, I decided to move permanently to Brazil. I really enjoy things here as it is quite different from India. People are very helpful and dedicated to work. In Brazil, we always have a festive environment!

Q.  What kind of languages do people speak in India? What do you speak when you are in India?

A   My family speaks both Hindi and English at home. Though my native language is Hindi, I was brought up in an English speaking environment. I went to a convent school where we were strictly asked to speak only in English.

India, however, is a country of varying cultures, traditions and languages. More than 30 languages are spoken by the people of India, and several hundred dialects. Hindi, English, Punjabi, Bengali, Marathi, Gujarati, Malayalam, Telugu, Kannada, Tamil, Oriya, are amongst the most widely spoken Indian languages. Since 1947, both, Hindi and English are used as the official languages of the country.

Q.  What is your favorite Indian food?

A.  I’m a complete foodie. Each region in India cooks their food differently. North Indian food is all steaming curries and hot bread. Very spicy and tangy food. East and North East Indian food mainly consist of rice, fish, and vegetable. South Indian food uses coconut as its main ingredients. West India, prepares wheat-based bread, spicy curries and uses onion in abundance.

Paneer (cottage cheese), Naan (a typical peninsular shaped bread with stuffing), Keema (Minced goat meat) Fish curry with rice, are a few of my favorite food items. I also love to gorge on Paranthas. (Bread made of wheat flour, molded in thin round shape and butter fried on both sides in medium to high heat on a flat base pan.)

Indian sweets are known as ‘Mithai’ in Hindi. We have very delicious sweets made of cottage cheese dipped in sugar syrup called Rasgulla. Although it may sound strange it is distinct in flavor and is very spongy to chew. ‘Ras’ means Syrup and ‘gulla’ means round balls.

Q. What do you like to do when you are not teaching?

A.  I love learning languages, traveling, meditation, listening to and chanting mantras & other ancient Sanskrit hymns. I also enjoy watching Hollywood and Bollywood movies.

Professor Ashish
Professor Ashish teaches ESL, English, Hindi, Sanskrit, Portuguese

Q. Tell us about your teaching and lesson style?

A.  I am a Certified Professional of English, Hindi & Sanskrit with over 10 years of experience. I have students who are doing PhDs, Masters; and those who want to travel to countries like USA, UK, INDIA etc. for business or travel and students who need to pass TOEFL, IELTS, and other Exams.

My lessons are flexible and designed to suit individual needs with a focus on the understanding of the language. I teach students all aspects of English, Hindi, Sanskrit & Portuguese language, namely conversation, pronunciation, listening and reading as per their requirements and requests.

Q. Do you have advice for students wanting to learn a new language?

A. I would just suggest that a student of any language shouldn’t be in a hurry. Learning is a gradual process. It is a journey with interesting paths and delays and obstacles to overcome. Take your time to really enjoy the ride. Have fun on the way.

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