Camille Roduit graduated with a Bachelor’s degree in Modern French from the University of Lausanne, Switzerland, and went on to specialise with a “Master in French and Francophone Studies in the European context”, which she achieved between the University of Lausanne and the Humboldt Universität Berlin.
In 2015, she settled in the German capital, where she works as a proofreader and teacher of French as a foreign language. Passionate about theatre and holder of a “Bachelor in the History and Aesthetics of Cinema”, she uses these media in her classes, to make them more alive and playful.
Proofreading and editing: Camille has more than two years’ experience in the correction of various written works. This has been mainly correcting academic works, touching on subjects as diverse as literary analysis, religion, sociology and psychology. She has also reviewed many application files in very different fields, as well as advertising brochures for commercial clients.
French teaching: In addition to her private clients, Camille has taught and continues to teach in both elementary and high schools. She is also an authorised examiner for the DELF / DALF written and oral exams and provides courses for any learner wishing to prepare for these.