CELTA Students Malaga
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English Teacher Training Malaga

Telephone: +34 932 202 206

The TESOL Training Centre

The training centre is a satellite of our training centre in Seville and enjoys the prestige of being associated with one of the longest-running and most successful Spanish language schools in Spain, and one of the largest English language teaching centres in Andalucia.

The CELTA course takes place at our partner school in the lovely Pedregalejo district of east Malaga, 2 minutes walk from the beach.

Our CELTA Trainers

All trainers on our courses have been accepted by UCLES after having undergone an extensive trainer-in-training programme. Tutors are all practising teachers of English who divide their time between teaching and teacher training. They are highly qualified and experienced both as teachers and trainers and themselves take part in ongoing training programmes, such as attending conferences and in-house development sessions, in order to keep abreast of the cutting edge of the ELT profession.

  CELTA TEFL Jobs

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 Malaga 2021

Host Family

Host FamilyWeekly CleaningBed Linen and TowelsLaundry Service1 weekExtra NightWifi
Single Bed and Breakfast190€35€On request
Single Half Board (Breakfast and Lunch)220€40€On request
Single Full Board250€45€On request
Double Bed and Breakfast150€30€On request
Double Half Board (Breakfast and Lunch)180€35€On request
Double Full Board210€40€On request
Special dietary needs (vegan, gluten free, lactose free): 10 € per week. Own bathroom supplement (limited availability): 45 € per week.
High Season Supp. 20 € per week: 6.06 – 11.09. Double room only for 2 guests booking together.

Shared Flat

Shared FlatWeekly CleaningBed Linen and TowelsLaundry Service1 weekExtra NightWifi
Single Room--160€25€
Self catering. High Season Supp. 30 € per week: 6.06 – 11.09. Double rooms on request, limited availability.

 

Mini Residence

Mini ResidenceWeekly CleaningBed Linen and TowelsLaundry Service1 weekExtra NightWifi
Single Room--180€30€
Self catering. High Season Supp. 30 € per week: 6.06. - 11.09. Double rooms on request, limited availability. Private bathroom on request: 45€ per week.

 

Student Residence Hall

Student Residence HallWeekly CleaningBed LinenTowelsLaundry Service1 weekExtra NightWifi
Single Room--250€50€
Double Room (For two guests booking together)--210€35€
Breakage deposit (refundable) 150 €. High season: 6.06. – 11.09. High season supplement is 20€ per week.
For Semana Santa (29.03. – 04.04.) and Feria (16. – 22. 08.)

 

Private Studios

Private StudiosWeekly CleaningBed Linen and TowelsLaundry Service1 weekExtra NightWifi
Single Studio with private kitchen--400€65€On Request
Self-catering. Breakage deposit (refundable) 150 €. High Season Supp. 125 € per week: 6.06. – 11.09.
For Semana Santa (29.03. – 04.04) and Feria (16. – 22. 08.).

 

How to book Accommodation

Upon application, select the box to request accommodation in the form.

Malaga, La Costa del Sol & Surroundings

Malaga City is known as the Capital of the Costa del Sol and is a thriving port town with over 30 museums, a pedestrianised shopping centre, innovative restaurants and stylish hotels, many featuring trendy rooftop terraces with bar, pool and stunning views. Years ago, it was a poor cousin of Seville, a small port town, but over the years it has reinvented itself and apart from being the gateway to the beautiful Spanish coast, it is a great town to stay in.

Places to visit include Muelle Uno, a leisure complex in the port and a new grass roots art district call SOHO. The opening of the Picasso Museum in 2003 as well as an satellite of the famous Thyssen Museum in Madrid has increased cultural interest in this part of Andalusia. The city has excellent transport, cuisine and fascinating monuments, from Moorish and Roman times through to modern day - while retaining its Andalusian feel. And let's not get started on the beaches and day trips to beautiful white villages in the hill country of Malaga.

More info about Malaga: www.andalucia.com/cities/malaga/home.htm

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