English Teacher Training Barcelona
About the Centre in Barcelona
In the last twenty years the Barcelona teacher training centre has trained thousands of teachers who are now working around the world. Although a large training centre, we maintain a very personalised approach and ensure that all our trainees have the best support possible from our experienced team of staff. Our tutors are experienced and qualified to Delta level and are ready to support you throughout the course.
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.
The schools' facilities include:
- Air-conditioned classrooms, all with natural light, around half with interactive whiteboards
- Internet access with PCs available for students to use (free of charge)
- WiFi access is also available if you have a suitably equipped laptop
- A library and study centre
- Tea and coffee facilities
- Areas where students can relax
Accommodation in Barcelona
We recommend candidates book accommodation through AirBnB.
Alternative Accommodation Options:
The training centre in Barcelona can arrange homestay accommodation for the duration of your CELTA course. The average price is €485. All hosts are within 30 minutes distance from the training centre.
Barcelona and Surroundings
Barcelona hardly needs an introduction since it is one of the most interesting and lively cities in Europe. Situated on the Mediterranean coast, it has a wonderful climate: hot summers and mild sunny winters. Barcelona's climate and location, together with all the other attractions it offers make it one of the best destinations both for tourists and students.
The city offers a wide range of cultural attractions from the Picasso and Miró Museums to the Gaudí buildings, the cathedral, the Gothic Quarter etc. Not only does culture stand out in Barcelona but you will also find an exciting nightlife with bars and restaurants on every corner: the atmosphere is friendly, laid-back and stylish. There's nothing quite like a walk down Paseo de Gracia or the Ramblas - this stretch must be one of the most unique in the world.
The city's magnificent climate means that its streets, squares and parks are full of people enjoying the outdoor atmosphere and hospitality that the city is so famous for. Barcelona changes every season and, of course, during the summer you can enjoy the sunny weather, the sea and wonderful sandy beaches.
There are many well-worth-a-visit places near Barcelona and which are within easy reach. We recommend the sandy beaches and rocky coves of the Costa Brava, the Dalí museum in Figueras and the Monastery of Monserrat. During the winter there is skiing in the nearby Pyrenees. An easy day trip can also be made to the impressive Montserrat Monastery and mountain.
Blog articles about Spain
In the last few years the stories making the headlines regarding Spain have all been rather gloomy and with youth unemployment close to 50% and many having seen the value of their homes slashed by up to 50%, you would be forgiven for thinking that Spain may not be the most ideal location to move to in search of work. Read more...