Marcelo Paolucci

Position: Lecturer
Faculty: Institute of Languages and Culture
Areas of Expertise: Language, Culture, Politics, Regional Integration and Latin American Studies.

Professional Biography

Marcelo joined Regent's University London (then Regent’s College) in 1999. Since then he taught and coordinated Spanish courses at all UG levels, supervised UG dissertations and Placement Learning Project work. He is currently Module Leader for Spanish for Business stage 5 and previously was Module Leader and Lecturer for the course The Changing Geography of International Business on the MA in Management. He also facilitates in the university-wide module Global Perspectives to first year students and in the module Academic Environment.


  • MSc Globalisation and Development in Latin America, Institute for the Study of the Americas, School of Advanced Studies, University of London
  • CLTA (Certificate in Language Teaching to Adults), Goldsmiths College, University of London
  • BA (Hons), King's College London, University of London

Relevant Past Employment

  • 1999-present: Lecturer in Spanish, Regent's University London
  • 2012-present: Lecturer in the module “The Changing Geography of International Business”
  • 1996-1999: VL Lecturer in Spanish, UG Programme, University of Westminster
  • 1996-2011: VL Lecturer in Spanish, Modern Languages Evening Programme, University of Westminster
  • 1996-2010: Chief Examiner for Latin American Spanish at University of Westminster (University of Westminster and MoD Examining Board)

Teaching & Course Development


  • L4: Module: Global Perspectives
  • L4: Module: Academic Environment
  • L5 & L6: Spanish modules
  • L7: Module: The Changing Geography of International Business

Course Development:

  • L5 & L6: Spanish modules
  • L7: Module: The Changing Geography of International Business


  • 2014-present: External Examiner of the Spanish Modules for the Open Language Programme at the London Metropolitan University.
    Internal examiner for L5 & L6 UG Spanish courses.

Last updated: 08 December 2017