Wroclaw, Poland

5.0/5 (2)
  • Rating: 5.0/5
  • Courses: CELTA, DELTA
  • University of Cambridge accredited

  • Over 20 years of experience in training
  • Located close to the city centre near Stare Miasto
  • Close to amenities, cafes and restaurants

Since its opening in 1994, the Wroclaw school has quickly become one of central Europe’s foremost teacher training centres. Over the past 20 years, it has earned a worldwide reputation for excellence and has built a team of highly experienced, dedicated trainers.

The relatively low cost of living in Wroclaw means that the centre can offer one of the lowest fees in the world.

Our partner teacher training centre is housed in modern premises very close to the city centre. There are eleven classrooms, a teachers’ room and resource centre with computer facilities, and a small students’ library. There also is a library for the teachers and teacher training students with methodology and resource books, and photocopying facilities.

There are several cafés and restaurants in the school building as well as lots of them the main town square just a few minutes’ walk away. In the school itself, there are drinks machines at reception and a kitchen with fridge, kettle, etc.

The centre provides careers advice, with help on finding employment, and updates on vacancies in connected schools in Poland and around the world.

The school is professional but relaxed, which means that it’s easy to interact with and get to know some of our regular teaching staff, some of whom you are likely to observe during the course, and some of whom—who knows—could be your colleagues someday.

The centre can provide help with economically-priced accommodation in apartments within easy reach of the school.