For more than 15 years, Edyta Denst-Garcia has been working as a teacher of Spanish in different countries. In 2000, after graduating from Spanish philology at the University of Warsaw (Poland), she entered the Complutense University of Madrid and received a master’s degree in training teachers of Spanish as a foreign language (2002), and during this period she studied grammatical aspects of the Andalusian dialect. Two years later, at the same university, she began postgraduate studies. In 2006, she received Advanced Studies in Philology, defending a dissertation on the topic “Use of the Grammar Article in Spanish for Speakers of Slavic Languages”.
In 2008, she began working at the Spanish Cervantes Institute in Manila, teaching lessons to university students and adults. From 2014 to 2019 she worked at the National Eurasian University named after L.Gumilov in Nur-Sultan. During the entire period of work, in addition to teaching Spanish at all levels, she taught Spanish teachers in the areas of regulatory changes in Spanish and new technologies in teaching Spanish as a foreign language. Moreover, she is an examiner at the official DELE exams in Spanish, as well as the author of many scientific articles and didactic materials. In Nur-Sultan, Edyta Denst-Garcia was responsible for the Center of the Spanish Language of Ruy González de Clavijo which hosted various events for teachers and students. Among those worth mentioning are the I and II Congress of Spanish Teachers in Central Asia in 2015 and 2017.