CELTA

Certificate in Teaching English to Speakers of Other Languages

Dates Sort descending School Location Mode Fee
09 Jan - 03 Feb 2023
Full time, face to face
Prague, Czech Republic Full time F2F € 1290
09 Jan - 03 Feb 2023
Mon to Fri, 10 am - 6 pm
Izmir, Turkey Full time F2F £1,150
09 Jan - 03 Feb 2023
Mon - Fr
Seville, Spain Full time F2F €1,550
Early bird offer €1,490
09 Jan - 19 Feb 2023
Mexico City, Mexico 100% Online FT 1,690 USD
09 Jan - 02 Apr 2023
Mexico City, Mexico 100% Online PT 1,690 USD
09 Jan - 03 Feb 2023
Mon to Fri, 9am-5:30pm
Budapest, Hungary 100% Online FT 999 GBP
Early bird offer available
09 Jan - 03 Feb 2023
Full time, fully online
Prague, Czech Republic 100% Online FT € 1290
09 Jan - 03 Feb 2023
Mon-Fri, 9:00 - 16:00
London, UK Full time F2F £1,588
09 Jan - 03 Feb 2023
Mon to Fri, 9am-5pm
Bristol, UK Full time F2F £ 1,653
09 Jan - 04 Feb 2023
Mon-Fri, 9am-5.30pm
Dublin, Ireland Full time F2F €1495

Why is CELTA so valuable?

Three out of four English language teaching jobs require a CELTA qualification* making this course the gold standard if you want a job in TEFL. The CELTA (Certificate in Teaching English to Speakers of Other Languages) is the world's most widely-recognised qualification for teaching English.

It is highly regarded globally by organisations which employ English language teachers. With a CELTA you can start a life-changing career helping students, and open the door to a world of possibilities. 

It is a qualification from Cambridge Assessment English, which is part of the University of Cambridge. 

Cambridge Assessment English

*Source: Cambridge Assessment English website. 

Our ultimate CELTA FAQ

 

Diary of a TEFL teacher in Prague

When you qualify, you could get a job in a local school in a non-English speaking country. Here you will be teaching children and adults who live here. 

To see what this will be like day to day, read this diary from one of our teachers in a local school in Prague.

Read this diary

Diary of a TEFL teacher in Malta

One career choice is to teach in an English speaking country - the UK, Ireland, Malta, Australia etc. 

Here students are staying for a couple of weeks or more to immerse themselves in the language and the culture. 

To see what this is like, read this diary from one of our teachers in Malta. 

Read this diary