What position do you hold at Don Quijote? What has been your career path so far?
Laura: I started working in Don Quijote Barcelona as a Spanish teacher in 2006 for one year. It has been 3 years since I started working in Madrid.
Describe a time when you felt especially proud to be part of the Don Quijote team:
Laura: When we teachers work together to help a colleague or when we think about how to make the class more attractive or productive for students. What I like most in this team are my coworkers: they are very professional and good to work with.
What about the future of the industry? How do you think study abroad and international education will change over the next years?
Laura: I think in the future, the online lectures will be much more demanded. Thus, we will see a boost of e-learning platforms as well as mobile applications for education.
What is the best story you’ve heard from a return student?
Laura: The best stories are those in which the students continue learning Spanish and students with great memories of their stay in Spain and their teachers.
What do you believe to be the biggest factor in being successful company? What unique qualities does your company possess?
Laura: I think that a successful company is that which offers a quality product. In our domain, quality means good materials, teaching professionals, personalized teacher-student treatment, those additional activities which enrich the learning process, etc. I think it'sa good ideatohaveDon QuijoteSpanishschools in manycities. In this way, students can continuetheir courses andsee different places.
But in my opinion, the best product that our company may offer is human resources.