Budapest, capital of Hungary, is one of those places where people come intending to stay a short time- a month say, or a year- and long after you’ll find them happily settled in. And IH Budapest is a great place to do a teacher training course. Here are eight reasons why this is the place to do a TEFL course:
1. Value for money: the relatively low cost of living in Hungary means we can keep course fees low- we offer one of the best CELTA fees in the world. In addition, you will find Budapest to be very cheap compared to most other European capitals.
2. Quality assured: we have been delivering initial teacher training courses since 1988 and have a long tradition of quality teacher training (check any forum). Many of the biggest names among ELT trainers/writers “did their time” here in Hungary and played an important part in shaping our teacher training programme and philosophy.
3. Consistency: our training team is not only highly experienced, but also works together throughout the year (we don’t use freelancers). This means that you can be sure that our trainers, despite their differing teaching styles and personalities, will be clear and consistent in their message to you.
4. Employment: helped by our reputation as a quality teacher training institute, our knowledge of the local teaching context and contacts with local employers, and being part of a network of 154 schools present in 54 countries, we know what you need to do to get a teaching job and we do our best to help you.
5. Service: we pride ourselves in our personal touch, from your first inquiry through to your last day on the course and beyond; we do our best to give you the support you need.
6. Context: we are not just a highly active CELTA centre but also run the Cambridge DELTA course as well as a range of specialised post-CELTA courses. That means that you are getting your training within a broader training context.
7. Atmosphere: the school is professional but relaxed, which means that it’s easy to interact with and get to know some of our regular teaching staff, some of whom you are likely to observe during the course, and some of whom—who knows—could be your colleagues someday.
8. Budapest: a great city to visit and live in. Everyone finds their niche here, whether they like the nightlife or the hiking in the nearby Buda Hills, or exploring other places in Hungary.
International House Budapest, 1015 Budapest, Széna tér 1/A. Hungary Phone: (+36 1) 345 7046