What can one say about Rome? It is truly one of the most historically and culturally dynamic cities in the world. It’s wealth of landmarks, food, nightlife, and history emanate the most incredible feeling of livelihood and intrigue. From the Colleseum to St. Peter’s Cathedral, Trevi Fountain to the Piazza Novona, and the Spanish Steps to the Pantheon, there is never a dull moment in this town. Rome is the epi-center and foundation of Western culture, thought, art and politics.
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Our Course is located central to all major Roman landmarks and within very close proximity to various modes of public transportation. The school is situated on a beautiful, tree-lined street with St Peter’s Cathedral and the Vatican a short 10 minute walk away. The course is administered in a modern Italian building fully equipped with classrooms, computers, Internet, and various other resources. Click here for a map of the school’s location.
The course fee is USD$500 (deposit) + 960 Euro (total approximately USD$1725 depending on daily exchange rate. Check www.xe.com/ucc). Accommodation begin at 300 Euro per month.
* Add 4 weeks of Italian language training to better enjoy your experience in Italy.
Enroll in the November, January or February TEFL course in Rome and pay a discounted balance of 850 Euro (that’s a savings of over 100 Euro!)
Accommodation is available to course trainees in very nice units for very competitive rates. Single rooms are provided in shared apartments located just on the outskirts of the city center. All are clean and comfortable and fully furnished with most ammenities.
TEFL International will do everything possible to honor special requests for accommodation so please contact us.
Add Italian Language Training to Your Program
Enhance your experience while in Italy by adding 4 weeks of intensive Italian language training to your TESOL course in Rome. Language training will not only make your stay in Italy much more enjoyable as you immerse yourself in the rich Italian culture, but you will also gain invaluable insight to becoming an English teacher by being both the student and the teacher. For more information, please Click Here.
- 9 September – 4 October, 2013
- 7 October – 1 November, 2013
- 11 November – 6 December, 2013
- 13 January – 7 February 14
- 17 February – 14 March 14
- 24 March – 18 April 14
- 5 May – 30 May 14
- 9 June – 4 July 14
- 14 July – 8 August 14
- 8 September – 3 October 14
- 13 October – 7 November 14
- 17 November – 12 December 14