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Derry TEFL Courses

  • Rating: 5.0/5

  • Courses: CELTA

  • University of Cambridge accredited

  • Phone: +44 (0) 20 813 33 653

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Training Centre in Derry, UK

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Derry, UK

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TEFL TESOL CELTA Courses in Canterbury, United Kingdom
  • Located in the heart of Derry
  • The longest established language school in Northern Ireland
  • Fully equipped language school and training facility

The Derry centre occupies a site of beautifully renovated Georgian buildings which overlook the historic city walls, right in the heart of the Derry, giving students access to all the local amenities. The ground floor houses the reception, admissions, and student support offices.

There are seven large classrooms over the upper 4 floors, as well as a student computer room and relaxation lounge, a self-study suite, resource room and a quiet room for private worship. The school is also home to a large language school, and CELTA trainees will be able to practice teaching students from all over the world during the course.


Accommodation in Derry for Trainees

During the interview stage of the application process, applicants can discuss their accommodation needs during their interview with the CELTA course tutor, who will be able to advise and offer accommodation options. Prices can range from around £120  - £180/week.

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

Derry and Surroundings

Derry (also known as Londonderry) is Northern Ireland’s second city with a population of approximately 150,000 and is the regional capital of the North West of Ireland. It is situated on the banks of the River Foyle, from where the school takes its name.

Derry (which comes from the Gaelic name ‘Doire’ meaning ‘oak grove’) is one of the oldest continually inhabited areas of Ireland. Derry is Ireland’s only completely walled city and one of the finest examples in Europe.

Facts about Derry (Londonderry):

  • 4th largest city in Ireland
  • The cultural capital of Northern Ireland
  • University city with a great social scene
  • Voted 4th best city in the world to visit (Lonely Planet Guide 2014)
  • First-ever UK City of Culture, 2013
  • Birthplace of Two Nobel Prize Winners (Seamus Heaney – Nobel Prize for Literature and John Hume – Nobel Peace Prize)
  • Young population (36% under 25 years old, 71% under 50 years old)

 

For more information on what to see and do in Derry/Londonderry, visit: www.visitderry.com