Pablo Arcas was born in Granada, Andalucía, a region in the south of Spain. His mother tongue is Spanish, and he is also proficient in English. He graduated from the University of Granada with a Bachelor of Arts in Education, specializing in Primary Education. Additionally, he holds a Master´s degree in Teaching Spanish as Foreign Language from the University of Granada and the International School for Postgraduate Studies. He also holds two certificates from Instituto Cervantes (Digital Project Management Skills in Educational Environment and DELE examiner).
He has a number of years of experience teaching different levels of Spanish to adults and children. He has experience working in London and in Spain. He collaborates as a Spanish teacher and as a coordinator for students at The International Studies Center Mundolengua in Cádiz and in the San Fernando Institute in Seville. He has experience explaining complex grammar, vocabulary, culture and literature; preparing and coordinating classes and students; and working effectively both in teams and individually.
Pablo loves Spanish culture, spending time with his family and getting to know different cultures. He is also very fond of handcrafts and of modelling in clay, one of his artistic passions.