Tuition: Approximately: $ 1,679 USD ($ 500 USD Deposit, $ 900 Euro Balance), housing costs are extra.
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Prague Czech Republic TEFL Course
Doing your TEFL (TESOL) course in Prague is the ideal situation because you'll enjoy the low cost of living while being in one of Europe’s most prized cities. The city is situated in the very heart of Europe allowing easy access to numerous other major European cities like Berlin, Munich, Krakow, Budapest, Vienna, Salzburg, Bratislava, as well as the Austrian and German Alps. Our graduates can easily hop on a bus, train or plane for a weekend to one of these destinations.
Prague is the capital of the Czech Republic with a population of approximately 1.2 million. Prague is situated on the Vltava River and features a unique mixture of gothic, baroque and renaissance architecture. You can easily lose yourself on dark winding cobblestone roads that intertwine between the castle, cathedrals, galleries, museums, cafés and pubs. Be sure to try the world famous Pilsner Urquell beer (pivo) on your way to the Charles Bridge. It is also currently enjoying being the setting for many of Hollywood’s blockbuster movies.
Prague was once the home of many historical figures including Mozart, Franz Kafka, Mucha, Dvorak, and King Charles IV. Many of today's well known personalities including Madeleine Albright (former US Secratary of State), Vaclav Havel (former Czech President/playwright), tennis stars Martina Navratilova and Ivan Lendl, ice-hockey champions Jaromir Jagr and Dominik Hasek, also come from the Czech Republic.
Prague Czech TEFL Course in the Heart of Europe
Prague is truly the cultural heart of Europe, and is a great place to commence your TEFL journey teaching English in The Czech Republic. Located on the River Vltava in central Bohemia (a region of The Czech Republic), Prague has been the political, cultural, and economic center of The Czech state for over a millennia.
Four million tourists visit Prague every year, no surprise considering its plethora of museums and ancient heritage, not to mention its active arts and entertainment scene. Prague's nightlife is unrivaled across Europe, with an eclectic variety of entertainment, so you will always find something that you'll enjoy.
Taking a TEFL course in Prague is a brilliant way to experience the city’s cultural highlights, while also becoming acquainted with the traditional Czech way of life. Furthermore, Prague is ideally situated for wider traveling across the Czech Republic and to neighboring countries, like Germany, Austria, Slovakia and Poland, ensuring your TEFL experience in Prague will be rich in travel, diversity and excitement.
Apply for International TEFL Academy's course in Prague today and you could be living and working in the most beautiful city in Europe in no time.
Distances from Prague
Prague is conveniently located allowing you to visit other major European cities in just a weekend.
Berlin: 454 miles
Paris: 600 miles
Vienna: 176 miles
Munich: 237 miles
In addition Warsaw, the capital of Poland, Budapest, the capital of Hungary, and the Austrian and Italian Alps are reachable for a weekend trip.
Your internationally recognized TEFL certificate course also comes with:
- airport pickup
- assistance finding housing during your class
- arrival dinner and drinks
- 8 hours of survival Czech
- tour of the city
- all materials and books for the course
- 24 hour course assistance
- month-long transportation pass
- complete access to all school facilities
- internet pass or access at our school
- an informational packet on Prague
- closing ceremonies dinner party
- lifetime job guidance assistance
Housing: Shared flat for 2 with your own room: 370 Euro each
Housing: Share flat for a couple, 500 Euros (250 each)
Housing: Private flat for 1 person: 550 Euro (limited)
Housing: Private flat for 2 people: 700 Euro (limited)
More information on housing and staying in Prague
during your course.
4 weeks, 130 hour TEFL course
For those who have never taught before, the idea of managing a language class (especially if you don't understand your students' language) probably appears like a daunting task. In reality…it can be! The internationally recognized TEFL certificate course offered by International TEFL Academy's partner school has been specifically designed to ease this process and in one month turns apprehensive applicants into confident, professional teachers. However, this in turn equals a lot of hard work, and our TEFL course is more demanding than most of the other schools in the city.
Specific categories taught in the class:
Teaching grammar, reading, writing, listening, speaking, pronunciation
Teaching one-on-one students
Teaching group classes: beginner, pre-intermediate, intermediate, advanced
Using video, audio and outside resources
Effective use of textbooks
Learn more about the Prague TEFL Course details and pictures of the classroom.
The English teaching job market in Czech Republic:
The English teaching market in Prague is one of the largest in Europe. Learn about English teaching in Czech Republic, requirements, hiring seasons and factions on our country profile.
Read our article Teach English in Prague, City of a Thousand Spires.
Work permits: Read our article on Getting a Work Permit in Czech Republic to Teach English.
Sites to see in Prague Czech Republic
Charles Bridge connects between Prague's Old Town and Prague's New Town. It is decorated with statues, a popular place for food and souvenir vendors, and crowded with locals and travelers.
Visitors of Prague Castle can watch the changing of the castle guard, view artwork from various centuries, peer back into the time of medieval Czech kings, experience the Gothic beauty of St. Vitus Cathedral and much more. Golden Lane is a colorful medieval street at the back of Prague Castle that today contains shops. Number 22, a house with a blue exterior, is one of the most famous and recognizable houses on Golden Lane, due to its association with Franz Kafka, who wrote some of his stories in this house.
The Astronomical Clock in Old Town Square is one of Prague's most popular sights. The original parts of the clock date back to the 1400s, but the clock has been updated throughout the centuries. Figures emerge from the clock upon the hour. Read more about the Old Town here.
The Municipal House, with its Art Nouveau charm, is beautiful both inside and out. The Municipal House's terrific interior and exterior details were created by some of Prague's leading artists at the turn of the 20th century.
The National Theatre is the Czech Republic’s representative stage. It is one of the symbols of Czech national identity and a part of the European cultural arena.
Climb the steps to the Petrin Tower to get great panoramic views of Prague. This tower, a copy of the Eiffel Tower (but one-fifth of the size) is made from recycled railroad tracks. Petrin Tower is located in Petrin Park. Petrin Park contains the Mirror Maze (it is just what its title suggests - a maze of mirrors), the Hunger Wall (a 15th century project to employ Prague's poor), and the Stefanik Observatory.
Also known as "Fred and Ginger," the Dancing Building simulates movement while maintaining its functionality. Its innovative design and surprising use of curvature have given it notoriety.
General Information about Prague and the Czech Republic
allpraha.com - information about Prague and the Czech Republic, e.g. basic information about the living conditions, entertainment, how to survive etc.
praguewelcome.cz - another very useful source of information about Prague.
expats.cz, prague.tv - These two sites were designed for foreigners living in Prague. You should be able to find much important information for English-speaking expats
lonelyplanet.com brings some interesting articles and tips, for example Prague musical city, 8 hidden secrets, top tourist hot spots etc.
czech.cz is the official webpage of the Czech Republic with basic information, travel advice, important contact information as well as some good tips e.g. “meals you should not miss in the Czech Republic”. You can even send a postcard to your friends via this site.
prague-guide.co.uk is a good source of information about Prague.
radio.cz Czech radio; you can listen to music here and also read some interesting articles about Prague.
praguepost.com is a Czech newspaper written in English where you can get new information about the Prague and the Czech Republic. Some interesting articles to check out: Great Places to Teach English, Famous Cities of the world: Prague, Top world's cities to live,
Cost of living: overview by expats.cz here.
expats.cz and prague.tv also have information about cultural events.
heartofeurope.cz is a great source of information about cultural events, as well as galleries, museums, exhibitions and much more. There are couple of sights that you will not want to miss while staying in Prague for example: National theater, National marionette theater, Mucha museum.
everyculture.com offers a very good overview of Czech culture from history, language, and religion to architecture and food.
Britannica.com offers very detailed descriptions of the Czech Republic, customs, life, climate and much more.
Prague is regarded as one of the Beer capitals of the world!
Overview of Czech beer by tastings.com
The list of the best beers in the Czech Republic by ratebeer.com
Products and Markets:
Thinking about some souvenirs from Prague? Read more about
traditional Czech products at czech.cz
Prague's survival links:
seznam.cz offers a basic online dictionary. Sometimes it does not provide the best results, but it is a favorite among Czech students.
slovnik.cz another dictionary you can use.
Sometimes tourists have not had a good experience with taxi drivers and their fluctuating prices. To estimate the approximate price of one ride, you can use this link: praguewelcome.cz
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