As our in-class TEFL certification course involves around four weeks of study at an international training center, you will need to find suitable accommodation for the duration of your stay. Luckily, each one of our centers is able to recommend a range of different options to suit most tastes and budgets. Most locations are able to offer budget hostels and posh hotels, as well as many options in between. Each location has its own list of accommodation and the most popular choice varies from one center to the next. In some it is an apartment shared with other trainees, while in others it is a comfortable local guest house.
In a few of our locations we also offer the unique option of staying with a local family in a homestay arrangement. The great thing about this option is you get the chance to experience real life in the local community, as well as the chance to learn some of the local language from native speakers. Every individual provider that we recommend has been thoroughly checked to ensure they offer a comfortable stay in a clean and safe environment. In most locations we also have special arrangements in place that means our trainees get great discounts if they stay in the same place for the duration of the course. Thanks to these savings you will have extra cash in your pocket to spend on local entertainment and attractions when you are not busy in the classroom.
Where to Take Your TEFL Course?
Choosing the right location for your in-class TEFL course is not always easy as we have so many great training centers to choose from. For a brief overview of your options and some advice on things to consider when making your choice, visit our FAQ: Where to take a TEFL course?
What are the Most Popular Accommodation Options?
The most popular choice of accommodation is different in each location. It might be a guest house, hostel, B&B, shared apartment, or even a homestay option with a local family. For further info, check out our FAQ: What sort of accommodation will I have during my in-class TEFL course?
Online or In-class?
If you are still unsure whether to take your TEFL course online or in a traditional classroom environment, take a look at our FAQ: Should I take a TEFL course online or in a classroom?
While you are there you can also browse through over 200 other commonly asked questions in our FAQ section and find out the answers in straightforward and easy to understand English. Whatever you need to know about teaching English at home or abroad, we have the answers at ITTT.