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Padua TEFL Courses

  • Courses: CELTA

  • University of Cambridge accredited

There are currently no courses available via Padua, Italy.
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Training Centre in Padua, Italy

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Padua, Italy

TEFL TESOL CELTA Courses in Padua, Italy
  • Located two minutes from the world famous Scrovegni chapel
  • Oldest established English language school in Padua
  • Fully equipped for CELTA

Founded in 1961, the centre has been a symbol of excellence for over half a century and continues to set the standard when it comes to all matters Cambridge.; At the school, friendly staff are always on hand to help, and complete with an extensive library and kitchen area for trainees, the school creates an ideal environment for a successful CELTA course.


Accommodation in Padua for Trainees

The teacher training centre in Padua can offer accommodation in shared apartments for the trainees during the duration of their CELTA courses in Padua. Applicants can talk about their accommodation needs during their interview with the tutor, part of the free application process.

Alternatively, trainees can organise their own accommodation, using websites such as www.airbnb.com and www.booking.com.

Why take the CELTA in Padua, Italy?

Fantastically located, Padua (also known as Padova) is only a short train ride away from both Venice and Verona. It is often known as a hidden jewel in the North of Italy, and was home to the renowned astronomer Galileo as well as boasting a world heritage garden - the Botanical Garden of Padua.

Known as an important pilgrimage site for Roman Catholics, Padua is home to The Basilica of Saint Anthony - a shrine to Saint Anthony, who was recognised by the Vatican as a sainted for his kindness towards the poor, the sick, and children.

The centre offers a range of designer boutiques, antique shops, bars, and cafes in a car-free zone. The perfect place for anyone who loves to shop!

To find out more about Padua/Padova, see the tourist information page.