Prague, Czech Republic
Prague is the capital city of the Czech Republic, which lies in the heart of Europe, neighboring Germany, Austria, Slovakia, and Poland. Prague is one of few cities in Europe that went largely undamaged by WWII, and the architecture and charm of this city is simply captivating. Its compact medieval centre remains an evocative maze of cobbled lanes, ancient courtyards, dark passages and churches beyond number, all watched over by an 1100-year-old castle. World-famous architects such as Frank O. Gehry, Jean Nouvel, Eva Jiricna, and Ricardo Bofill have graced the city with their work.
Prague is commonly known as one of the most beautiful cities in all of Europe, but its low cost of living and friendly locals make it truly an incredible experience. It’s no wonder Prague is becoming one of the hottest travel and study destinations in the world today.
Our course center in Prague is located right in the centre of the Old Town, between the beautifully constructed town hall and the picturesque Charles Bridge. Mere blocks from the Vltava, surrounded by winding, cobblestone roads, beautiful architecture, and backstreet pubs, the TEFL Center is the perfect place to earn your internationally recognized teaching certificate.
This TESOL Certificate course is accredited by the Czech Ministry of Education and has trained over 3000 teachers in the past 10 years.
Total Course Fee = 1300 EUR ($500 non-refundable deposit and final balance of 935 EUR)
Accommodation is arranged by our support staff in the form of fully-furnished apartments. The accommodations are clean, comfortable and located near the school center and many local attractions. Accommodations typically host 2-4 and each trainee has his/her own bedroom with a shared bath.
If you are interested in immersing yourself in the local culture homestays with a Czech family (private bedroom) can also be arranged.
Specials requests will be taken into consideration so please feel free to inquire within should you have any questions.
- November 19 – December 14, 2012
- January 7 – February 1, 2013
- February 11 – March 8, 2013
- March 18 – April 12, 2013
- April 22 – May 17, 2013
- May 27 – June 21, 2013
- July 1 – July 26, 2013
- August 5 – August 30, 2013
- September 9 – October 4, 2013
- October 14 – November 8, 2013
- November 18 – December 13, 2013