Aisling Corcoran is an accomplished educator, actress, and voice-over artist with a diverse background in French and English language pedagogy, multimedia education, and international relations. Corcoran holds a Professional Diploma in Education from Trinity College Dublin and a Master's in Language Didactics and Multimedia Pedagogy from Université Stendhal Grenoble III. Additionally, she completed a degree in European Studies, French, History, German, and Politics at Trinity College Dublin and a Certificat d'Etudes Politiques in Politics, International Relations, French, German, and History at Institut d'Etudes Politiques de Grenoble.
Corcoran has experience teaching French and history at Dublin schools, serving as Maitre de Langue Anglaise at Stendhal University Grenoble, and teaching English at Grenoble Chamber of Commerce and Wall Street Institute. She also worked as a voice-over artist for Ophrys Systèmes, a holiday representative for Eurocamp, and a retail assistant at Arnotts. Additionally, Corcoran has acting experience with both leading and supporting roles in film and television, including Moll Flanders (MGM 1996) and The Sun, The Moon, and The Stars.
Overall, Aisling Corcoran's expertise lies in language pedagogy, multimedia education, acting, and voice-over work.