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TEFL Certification in Buenos Aires, Argentina - Overview

The capital of the largest Spanish-speaking country on the continent, Buenos Aires is a bustling city of over 9 million people. Its French-style architecture, Italian heritage, and general cultural sophistication give it a distinctly elegant feel, earning it the nickname “The Paris of South America.” Add to that a vibrant populace, a nightlife that never stops, and shopping and dining galore, and it’s hard to imagine a more enjoyable city than Buenos Aires. In addition, Buenos Aires represents one of the largest job markets for teaching English in Latin America

Completely renovated in 2008, our spacious TEFL training center in Buenos Aires offers first-class facilities in a historic part of town. There are two fully equipped classrooms for the use of our TEFL classes, a comfortable work area for planning lessons, a small computer lab, as well as free WiFi. There is also a patio for coffee breaks and a terrace for the occasional asado (BBQ).

Like all International TEFL Academy TEFL certification classes, these courses are taught by experienced university professors. TEFL certification courses in Chile also include live practice teaching with local English students (our training center is attached to one of the top English training centers in Buenos Aires) in addition to worldwide job placement assistance and hands-on job placement assistance in Argentina from the TEFL course staff.

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Job Market in Argentina

As one of the largest and most developed economies in Latin America, Argentina represents one of the top job markets for teaching English in Latin America. A prime source of TEFL jobs in Argentina is private or group classes for company employees and executives.

Jobs are concentrated in larger cities such as Buenos Aires and most schools interview, recruit & hire new teachers locally in Argentina during major hiring seasons in February through March and again in July and August. English teachers in Argentina typically work on a 3-month tourist visa, which is renewed every 90 days by visiting Uruguay or another nearly country.



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Housing Options

Homestay with Local Family

If besides of getting TEFL certified, you are also looking for total immersion in the Spanish language while in Buenos Aires, then the best option for you is staying with a family. All the host families are carefully selected by our staff and are friendly and all families are used to host international students regularly. A member of the school's staff visits the family to make sure their suitability for hosting our students

Shared Apartments

Each shared apartment has a full access kitchen, bathroom, living room and two or more bedrooms. You can choose to stay in a single or in a double room. Normally all our shared apartments have free Wi-Fi Internet access. Double rooms are only available for two students travelling together. This option is perfect for students who are looking for affordable and independent accommodation in Buenos Aires.


Private Apartments

Our TEFL training center in Buenos Aires has partnered with local real estate companies to assist students in finding the perfect apartment during their stay. Students are able to choose the location, size, and included amenities based on their possibilities. This option is ideal for students who are looking for total independence or for families or couples who are traveling together and would rather more privacy.

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Tuition Includes:

Best TEFL Course in Argentina

Tuition Does Not Include

  • Personal Expenses
  • International Flights
  • Visa, insurance
  • Housing costs

Enrollment Information for
TEFL Classes

IMPORTANT! Before enrolling for any International TEFL Academy TEFL course, it is imperative that you Contact International TEFL Academy for more information about TEFL Certification in Florencespeak to an Admissions Advisor. Your advisor will answer your questions and assist you with matters such as your eligibility & enrollment; course costs & logistics (such as housing); and your options for employment as an English teacher once you complete your TEFL Class.

To speak with an advisor, please call 773-634-9900 or fill out a contact form. 
To enroll for this course, please visit our Registration Procedures Page.

VIDEO Introduction:
TEFL Certification for Teaching English Abroad


Earning an accredited TEFL certification is a key element in the process of going overseas to teach English abroad, but sorting out your options for taking the right class can be a challenge. This video provides an in-depth overview of accredited TEFL certification course options offered by International TEFL Academy, including the
170-hour Online TEFL Certification Course and onsite 4-week TEFL classes offered in more than 25 locations worldwide, including in the U.S. Watch the video to learn more about these various options, including international standards, costs, schedules, formats, job placement assistance and the advantages to each approach.


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