Gabriel V. Diamantis secured his degree in English Language and Literature at the
National and Kapodistrian University of Athens, followed by a MA
in Theoretical Linguistics from the University of Essex, UK, and a PhD
in Theoretical Linguistics from the Aristotle University
of Thessaloniki, Greece.
appointed lecturer in the Department of International and European Studies, University of Piraues, in
August 2001 and ever since he has been teaching courses on English
and International Relations Terminology. He has also served for more than
eighteen years as a tenured instructor of Business
English in the Languages Unit of the University of Piraeus.
early years of his career, he held positions as instructor of English for
Specific Purposes at the Athens Technological Institution of Education,
School of Graphic Arts and Printing Technology. He has also taught translation skills and theory to
learners preparing for the Institute of Linguists Translation Examinations,
The British Council, Athens, and has undertaken translation assignments for
the Economic and Social Committee of Greece.
In April 2005 he was accepted for an unpaid work
placement in the Directorate-General for
Translation of the European Commission - in the Greek Translation
Unit in Luxembourg and Brussels.
He has always specialised in the teaching of English for Specific and
Academic Purposes and in recent years has authored several course book publications in
2007 he was promoted to the
position of assistant professor in English for ESP and EAP in
the Department of International and European Studies,
the University of Piraeus.
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