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German (native), English (C1), Spanish (B2), Catalan (A2)



Gifhorn (Germany)

Living in

Valencia (Spain)


@milengua since 2014

Julia Fischer

Julia embarked on her language teaching career right after completing her Master's degree in German Philology and Religious Studies at the University of Göttingen, Germany. Eager to refine her skills, she underwent specialized training as a Tutor for German as a Foreign Language certified by the Goethe Institute, setting a solid foundation for her teaching career.

With a passion for lifelong learning, Julia continuously expands her expertise. She has completed various training programs, including becoming a certified telc C1 trainer and a Neurolanguage coach, as well as specializing in pronunciation training. Her commitment to professional development ensures that she employs the latest teaching methodologies and techniques to facilitate effective language acquisition.

Julia's journey has taken her beyond borders; she has been living abroad for the past decade, enriching her teaching practice with diverse cultural experiences and perspectives. Drawing from her extensive international exposure, Julia brings a global perspective to her lessons, making language learning a rich and immersive experience for her students.

In 2018, Julia's passion for language education led her to acquire milengua, infusing it with her unique style and proficiency. Under her leadership, milengua has flourished, becoming synonymous with quality and excellence in language education.


  • General language courses for Advanced and Proficiency Learners​

  • Preparation for all German language certificates (telc, Goethe, testDaF, DSH).

  • Pronunciation

  • Language coaching

About me

I love learning new things and therefore find myself constantly in different pieces of training or DIY- projects. I enjoy exhausting walks on the nearby beach with my dog and two kids. Together we read and craft, play games and meet friends. In addition, I like listening to calm guitar music, watching documentaries and going to the theatre.

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