Geographically the largest country in the world, Russia is known for its amazing mountains, its tradition of performance arts (e.g. ballet) and its vast cultural heritage (many of which are Unesco Heritage sites). The country is also known for being home to various famous writers and scientists, such as Tolstoy (best known for his novel: War and Peace), Dostoevsky ( best known for his masterpiece: Crime and Punishment), and the Nobel Prize winner Ivan Pavlov, known for 'Pavlov's dog' experiment. As we are talking about our furry friends, we couldn't leave out Laika, the Russian dog and the first animal to orbit the Earth.
A country with such a rich history could be the perfect place for you to take the highly recognised CELTA course. As you may already know, the CELTA is the most widely accepted TEFL qualification in the world and consists of teaching theory, practice and observations (just like Pavlov's experiments), all in the capable hands of experienced teachers. The CELTA tutors offer support and guidance, as well as job support, to help you in your new career. For more information on what the Cambridge CELTA involves, please click here.
If you are not sure if you are eligible to take the Cambridge CELTA in Russia, please take our test here. Your Russia adventure awaits you!