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About the Teacher Training Centre in Bilbao, Spain
This centre provides access to a variety of resources to support your learning. A well provided library, computers with internet access, audiovisual equipment, study room, leisure room with tea and coffee facilities at one of the foremost universities in Spain.
The teacher training centre in Bilbao (organised by the San Sebastian centre) is an established and prestigious centre which provides Teacher Training courses for both native and non-native speakers of English. The combination of experienced teacher trainers and a highly qualified, young teaching staff offers an interesting and exciting alternative for candidates who wish to train in Spain. The teacher training centre in this area is the only authorised centre in the Basque country to teach CELTA.
The centre is located at the University of Deusto, right in front of the Guggenheim Museum. The University of Deusto is the oldest private university in Spain.
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 Bilbao, Spain
The Bilbao CELTA centre are able to find accommodation to suit your budget through the CELTA course.
- Shared flat (approximately 400 EURO per month)
- Host family (includes breakfast and use of the kitchen - 520 EURO per month)
Once you are accepted onto the course, the centre will help you to book your accommodation.
Why take the CELTA in Bilbao, Spain?
Bilbao is one of the main cities is Spain's Basque region and also home to over one million resident. It is an arts and culture metropolis and not one to miss for architecture enthusiasts, as it offers impressive buildings, both modern and old.
Of course, Bilbao is famous for the Guggenheim Museum, a landmark of the city, which offers contemporay art exhibitions. The Bilbao Fine Arts Museum is also a must for art enthusiasts. The city also boasts a great nightlife with plenty of music, theatre and bars for people to visit. It is also the home to a documentary festival, which takes place in November every year.
Bilbao also offers a lot of food lovers, with many traditional and avant-garde restaurants. The city is also known as the capital of cod and, of course, is famous for their tasty pinxtos -- a must try while staying in Bilbao.
More information about Bilbao and its surroundings can be found through this link Bilbao Tourism