English Teacher Training Montreal
About the TESOL Centre in Montreal
The teacher training centre in Montreal is located in the heart of downtown near universities and metro station.
The CELTA department in the school has its own classroom with computers and a resource library for the trainees.
Other resources available for the trainees:
- Wireless internet connection throughout the school
- Computers in the common area
- Two computer laboratories
- Two kitchen areas with fridges and microwaves to store and heat lunches
- Drinks and snacks vending machines
- Coffee machine
- Prayer room
- A shower
Find a TEFL Job Post CELTA
As a StudyCELTA trainee, you will be able to sign up for free to our TEFL jobs website www.teflwork.com. TEFLwork is a platform only for qualified English teachers and will allow you to find work both at home and abroad with your newly gained CELTA certificate.
Accommodation in Montreal
We recommend candidates book accommodation through AirBnB.
Alternative Accommodation Options:
Our Montreal Homestay department is dedicated to placing you with good families in Montreal located between 40 - 60 minutes from the school. These homes are safe, secure, inspected and approved by our Homestay program coordinators.
You will be provided with your own house key and a clean, comfortable private room and will receive three meals a day. The room will be equipped with a desk, a bed with sheets and blankets, a dresser, closet, good lighting and towels.
A non refundable accommodation registration fee of $220 CAD will also be charged.
|Prices per week|
|Private Room - Full Board||$210 CAD ($30 extra night)|
|Private Room - Half Board||$196 CAD ($28 extra night)|
|Private Room - Self Catered||$147 CAD ($21 extra night)|
How to Book Accommodation
Upon application, check the box in the form asking for accommodation assistance. Your choice of accommodation will be arranged during application.
An airport welcome and transfer service is also available. Price: $100 CAD one way or $170 CAD return (if booked before arrival).
Montreal and surroundings
The largest city in the French Canadian province of Quebec, Montreal is a cultural melting pot of old world European charm and modern North American metropolis. It's known as 'Canada's Cultural Capital', and plays host to several music and arts festivals in the city centre.
The city is also a great place to study; in 2015, QS World University Rankings ranked Montreal the 8th-best place in the world to be a student. It's home to well-established baseball, football and, of course, ice hockey teams, and hosts the Canadian Grand Prix annually.
Montreal is also home to notable 19th and 20th century architecture, such as Notre-Dame de Montréal Basilica, Bonsecours Market, and the 19th‑century headquarters of all major Canadian banks on Rue Saint Jacques. Saint Joseph's Oratory, the Université de Montréal main building, the Place Ville Marie office tower, and the controversial Olympic Stadium, are all examples of 20th-century architecture.