Overview: TEFL Classes in Europe 

TEFL certification classes are 4 weeks, full time, Monday - Friday. Students should expect a professional-level TEFL certification class to run from 9 am - 6 pm daily (5 days a week) with 10 -12 students in a class. Student teaching (practicum) is often completed in the evening hours with local ESL students. All TEFL certification classes incorporate a minimum of 100 hours of academic course work and at least 6 hours of observed student teaching with ESL students. Please click on a selection below to learn more about locations, tuition, housing options & other TEFL class details. 

NOTE FOR ENROLLMENT: Before enrolling in any International TEFL Academy, it is imperative that you speak with an advisor. Please fill out a form or call 773-634-9900 to speak to an advisor who will answer your questions; review your employment prospects for teaching English abroad; and assist you with the enrollment process.

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International TEFL Academy offers internationally accredited TEFL certification classes online & in 25 locations worldwide. All classes, including the online class, are taught by experienced university-level instructors and incorporate live practice teaching (practicum). All students & graduates receive lifetime worldwide Job Search Guidance.  Review your TEFL class options below to learn more.

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