TEFL Scholarship in Central Europe

Teach English and explore Europe whilst experiencing its diverse cultures

Start: Year-round

1 – 3 weeks

From £65

 (*Includes £50 refundable deposit, claimed on successful completion)

120 Hour Advanced TEFL Course

Observed teaching practice (up to 200 hours)

 City pick-up & transfers

Orientation

Hotel accommodation

3 meals a day

Visa guidance

Ongoing in-country support

*£50 refundable deposit applies to three-week program only.

TIP  You don’t need to be degree qualified or have a previous teaching experience to apply for this experience.

TEFL Scholarship in Central Europe

Teach English and explore Europe whilst experiencing its diverse cultures

From £50

 (includes £50 refundable deposit*)

Overview

Following rapid economic development in the early 2000s and with a rich cultural history, Romania is one of the fastest growing nations for people learning English as a second language.

During this teaching practice scholarship you’ll be immersed in local tradition and culture; each week gaining up to 65 hours of English teaching practice to proudly boost your TEFL resume.

Before or after your teaching experience with adults or juniors, make the most of your time in Bucharest and check off some famous must-see places the country has to offer.

The Great Mahmudiye Mosque. Grand Mosque of Constanta originally known as the Carol I Mosque was built in 1910 by King Carol I
Peles Castle Romania. Beautiful famous royal residence with ornamental garden in Sinaia Carpathian Mountains Europe.

Teach English in Bucharest

Lake Cișmigiu stretches almost over a kilometre in the center of Bucharest and is the perfect place for teachers to take a stroll or in the Cotroceni neighbourhood of the city you’ll find the Botanical Gardens spanning over 17 hectares and playing host to over 10,000 species of plants. Whether architecture is your thing, take a visit to Romania’s Parliament Buildings…they’re the world’s largest. With a well-know club scene you can turn things up a notch and dance the night away in popular venues in the ‘Old City’.

Lesser known for its coastline, Romania’s beaches line the southeast corner of the country and places to visit include Eforie and Costineşti. TEFL teachers taking a beach holiday on the Black Sea shores after their teaching practice won’t regret it.  

Romania is the largest country in Southeastern Europe, the twelfth-largest in Europe and home to one of the largest areas of undisturbed forest in Europe (almost 27% of the territory). According to the World Travel and Tourism Council, Romania is the fourth fastest growing travel and tourist destination in the world, with an estimated potential increase of 8% per year from 2007 to 2016.

Romania has been the home of influential artists, musicians, inventors and sportspeople for centuries. Inspiring world-renowned characters such as Dracula, it has a rich and diverse culture, a mix of a cosmopolitan class and charming countryside. As a member of the EU, Romania also allows for easy, cheap travel throughout Europe.

English is widely spoken across the country, with over 5 million Romanians speaking with reasonable command of the language. The cost of living in Romania is low compared to its Western neighbors, and the people are warm, polite and welcoming.

All this and more uniquely cultural celebrations wait to be experienced by you in Romania. Apply today and start planning your TEFL adventure in central Europe.

More beautiful venues available throughout the Czech Republic, Hungary and Poland.

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