Marjana Vaneva, PhD, is an Associate Professor of Linguistics and English and a Dean of the School of Foreign Languages at the University American College Skopje. She is a graduated teacher of English, with an MA degree in Linguistics, with the thesis title: “Means of Expressing Negation in English and Macedonianˮ and a PhD degree also in Linguistics, with the thesis title: “Zero Derivation in English and Macedonianˮ, all obtained from the English Department of the Faculty of Philology “Blaze Koneskiˮ, Skopje at the Ss Cyril and Methodius University.
She started her career as an English language teacher, educational consultant, Director of studies and a branch director at an international private language school, before joining the academia and teaching English grammar subjects and Linguistics at the University American College Skopje. She complements her teaching activities with the work as a School’s Dean, an MA coordinator, researching and participating in projects. She translates and interprets, proofreads and edits English and Macedonian texts, and serves on the Board and as a peer-reviewer of papers on philology and linguistics.