Ms Doris Hermann-Ostrowski

Ms Doris Hermann-Ostrowski

Language Teacher (German)

Language Centre

Room No
TW3.6.01

About me

I am a native German speaker with more than twenty years experience of teaching German at various Universities in London. I was very happy to join the language team at the LSE in 2007 as I have a keen interest in social and political sciences. After my M.A. in Performing Arts (Stuttgart), I trained as a German teacher at Kingston University in London and received my M.A. in Online and Distance Education from the Open University. As well as teaching German, I also like studying other languages which gives me a very good understanding of the linguistic background of my students.  My third M.A. was in Teaching English to Speakers of Other Languages from London University.  I currently teach online and face-to-face German courses in London and Oxford.

About the Language Centre

The Language Centre here at the London School of Economics reflects the specialist nature of the School itself, namely, a world class institution where the quality of teaching and research is paramount.

LSE is not just a multi-national university but also a multi-lingual one.

We offer English for Academic Purposes programmes, undergraduate degree courses and a range of language options that you can take outside of your main degree programme. All programmes and courses relate language study and support to the fields of interest of social science students.

The Language Centre is part of LSE’s Academic and Professional Development Division.

About the Academic and Professional Development Division

The units in LSE’s Academic and Professional Development Division run degree programmes, courses and events; offer advice, opportunities and funding to advance the development of academic staff and students; and support the implementation of educational strategy and policy across the School.

LSE Educational Strategy Unit            

The School’s new Educational Strategy Unit has been established to support the communication of educational strategy, policy and practice at LSE and in particular to facilitate the implementation and progress of the LSE Education Strategy 2015-2020.       

LSE Language Centre            

The Language Centre provides language courses, language support and services to LSE undergraduate students, post-graduate students, research students, LSE alumni, LSE staff and external students.                                            

LSE LIFE            

LSE LIFE is the new academic, personal and professional development centre for undergraduate and taught master’s students, housed in bespoke space on the ground floor of the Library and offering hundreds of events, workshops and one to one sessions each term.                                

LSE100            

LSE’s flagship interdisciplinary course, LSE100: Thinking like a social scientist, introduces undergraduate students to the ways in which different disciplines analyse some of the major issues confronting contemporary societies.            

LSE Teaching and Learning Centre            

LSE’s Teaching and Learning Centre offers events, formal qualifications and a range of development and funding opportunities to academic staff and those with teaching roles across the School.