About CELTA

CELTA stands for “Certificate in English Language Teaching to Adults”. It is the original certificate course in teaching English to speakers of other languages (TESOL) or teaching English as a foreign language (TEFL), and it has been running for four decades. It is highly respected and recognized globally, with 7 out of 10 employers worldwide asking applicants to have it.

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Why CELTA in Romania

Why CELTA in Romania?

Romania is a European country located in south-eastern Europe. The country has got a total area of 238,397 square kilometers and around 19.5 million inhabitants, being the 12th largest in Europe. It has been a member of NATO since 2004 and of the European Union since 2007. The capital city is Bucharest.

 

Romania is a clever choice for doing your CELTA course because here’s where you get excellent training services in a conveniently priced market. Put differently, Romania is an inexpensive location to get a top-quality TEFL certification – amazing value for money!

Besides, here are 5 more good reasons why you ought to choose Romania:

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the country ranks 5th in the top of countries with the fastest Internet in the world – come and experience that speed!

its diversity spans the wooden churches in Maramureş, up north, the fortified Saxon villages in Transylvania and the Danube Delta in the south-east, all UNESCO heritage sites – come and get dizzy with their beauty!

its capital city is home to the 2nd largest and the heaviest building in the world, has one of the coolest bookshops and is incredibly cheap, as The Telegraph points out

Everyone speaks a bit of English

everyone speaks a bit of English, as Romanians are notoriously good at languages – from the pastry shop seller at the street corner to the passer-by at the subway station, you’ll get by in English brilliantly!

the country is the 6th biggest wine producer in Europe, with some of its finest sorts of wine being reviewed highly favourably by The Independent

Last but not least, getting around is relatively easy: for example, from Bucharest you can make a day-trip to as many as three astounding castles within a range of 190 kilometres: the former royal palace Peleş, the Teutonic citadel Râşnov, and “Dracula’s Castle” at Bran.

Download the CELTA syllabus and assessment guidelines