Aisling Ní Chárthaigh
Aisling has spent the past year providing Academic English support in essay composition to IGCSE and IB students, in addition to teaching history, at the British International School. She is a recent graduate of the University of Cambridge where she completed her Masters thesis with a first class honours, specialising in witchcraft, confessional politics and court patronage in early modern Britain and Ireland. She first pursued her passion for teaching in Ireland as co-ordinator of an English academy for European students which introduced her to an English teaching role in Madrid. Previous to this, she received a single honours bachelors degree at University College Cork where she studied Vietnamese history and as such was eager to explore Vietnam. She spent her first year here teaching English at a number of underprivileged schools in rural areas of the Mekong Delta. A vibrant, bubbly and dedicated person who enjoys playing rugby, practising piano and travelling to new countries.