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Staff Profile: Francesca Hopkirk

Francesca Hopkirk

Academic English Assistant

BA Spanish, French and Portuguese at the University of Birmingham, UK

MPhil European and Latin American Comparative Literatures and Cultures at the University of Cambridge, UK

Francesca joined BIS HCMC in August 2021. She is a Spanish, French and Portuguese graduate who has recently been working supporting students in UK Higher Education with their academic skills. Alongside this, she has completed a Master’s degree in European and Latin American Literatures and Cultures at the University of Cambridge, UK.  Francesca previously spent time teaching in Peru, where she also volunteered in the Amazon jungle carrying out zoological surveys.

She enjoys playing football and hopes to one day own a cat.