Tashkent is Uzbekistan’s capital city and is based in the east of the country. With a population of around 2.5 million people it is Uzbekistan’s and Central Asia’s largest city. Tashkent became the capital of the Republic of Uzbekistan in 1991 after the collapse of the Soviet Union.
Tashkent’s architecture is a testament to its rich, interesting history and culture. The city’s exhibition halls and metro stations have unique and fascinating styles, which never fail to amaze visitors. To truly experience local Tashkent life you should head to one of the local markets where locals meet and socialize in addition to doing their shopping.
Tashkent’s nightlife is growing and the city is place to find the best clubs, restaurants and teahouses Uzbekistan. Food lovers will find that Uzbek cuisine is heavily reliant on bread and noodles with mutton being the main meat due to the abundance of sheep in the country. Tea is very popular in the country and green tea is the national hot drink; although black tea is preferred in Tashkent.
With its excellent transportation network Tashkent is incredibly easy to get around. The metro system is a delight to experience and is in operation from the early morning to midnight.
The history of Uzbekistan’s capital city goes back 2,200 years and encompasses the Islamic civilization, the Mongol conquest as well as Tsarist and Soviet Russia. Due to its favorable location and mild climate, Tashkent was an important and popular stop on the Silk Road.
The main tourist places in Tashkent are Hazrati-Imam Square in the historical sector of the city. The Baraq-Khan Madrassah and Tilla-Shaykh Mosques, the Mausoleum of the famous Islamic scholar Abu Bakr Qaffal Shashi, and The Imam al-Bukhari Islamic Institute can all be found in the city. Plus, the Tashkent Television Tower, at 375 meters high, is the eleventh tallest tower in the world.
Additionally, this unique city’s important architectural and historical value traverses different epochs beginning with ancient settlements and moving through medieval times then the Soviet era right up to the present day with modern luxury apartments and business centers. These days, the city boasts two international airports and a railway. One of the main attractions of the city is the Metro, which stands out for the unique design of each station.
Come and take our TEFL course in Tashkent, Uzbekistan and have the time of your life in a truly unique city. With our experience, professional trainers and friendly staff, you can be certain that when you finish the course, you will be more than ready to launch your new career as an English teacher.Apply now & get certified to teach english abroad!
ITTT’s TEFL training school is located near to the center of the city. The center is home to modern learning zones, leisure and social spaces that are convenient for trainees to make use of. Course participants study in one of our air-conditioned tutorial rooms with interactive whiteboards. There is also a learning center furnished with the most up-to-date teaching materials. We also have our Students Services team on hand to help with anything trainees need during their stay.
Our course trainers in Tashkent are all highly-experienced and internationally qualified instructors who will do all they can everything to assist participants become confident and successful English teachers. During the course, trainees will concentrate on improving their practical skills with face-to-face teaching practice.
There are a number of accommodation options to choose from for the length of the course. These include hotels and hostels. All the options are within walking distance of the training center. Prices for hostels are between 400$ - 800$ for month’s stay. You will receive more information on the available accommodation options once your application has been confirmed. If you have any queries related to the accommodation, please contact us and we will be glad to help you.
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