Being French and Swiss, I grew up in Paris, Zürich and Strasbourg, and took a gap year as an international student in a Japanese high school.
I obtained my school's highest score when passing my french Baccalauréat, and went on to graduate in Bioengineering with first honours from Imperial College. I then went on to study medicine and I am currently in my first year at Barts and the London School of Medicine and Dentistry.
Although my mother tongue is French, I became perfectly fluent in English whilst studying in London.
I have gained teaching experience by tutoring a wide range of students, in particular an A-level student in Maths and Chemistry (4h/week, she achieved As in both subjects), an 11-
years old in French (1h/week), two undergraduate students in French (2h/week each) and a 14 years old secondary school student in Maths, Physics and Chemistry (4h/week over 9 months). Finally, I also helped my host-family mother to run her English class in Japan, for children aged 4 to 12 years.