Carlo Pennarola graduated with a B.A. (Hons) in Italian at University College London. Shortly after, he obtained his first MSc in Scientific, Medical and Technical Translation at Imperial College London.
He returned to University College London where he worked as a Fellow Teacher for the Department of Italian and an interpreter for international events. Carlo also holds a Postgraduate Certificate in Education from University of East London and is a fully qualified teacher. He worked in the public sector, teaching modern languages and Latin whilst also becoming an accredited translator with NAATI. During his last year in London Carlo completed his second MSc, in Environmental Studies, at University College London.
He lectures on Dante at the Dante Alighieri Society and teaches Italian in other institutions.
Carlo is currently a PhD candidate under the supervision of Dr. Francesco Borghesi. Carlo decided, at long last, to pursue his passion for Dante and further inquire into the depths of the Comedy.