Find out more about the CELTA course in Bucharest
The CELTA (Certificate in English Language Teaching to Adults), a TEFL certification (Teaching English as a Foreign Language), is a teaching certificate program run by University of Cambridge ESOL, the division of the University of Cambridge Local Examinations Syndicate responsible for English Language Teaching examinations.
The CELTA Qualification has worldwide recognition
As CELTA is awarded by Cambridge English Language Assessment, part of the University of Cambridge, it is:
a benchmark for quality
The Cambridge University CELTA course is the most widely recognised and accepted TESOL certificate.
Taking the Cambridge University CELTA qualification means you’ll have the most sought after certificate which will help open doors.
Having a Cambridge University certificate will look very impressive on your resume, as no other internationally recognised TESOL course is backed by a world-class university.
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Feedback on the CELTA course
“I liked the part-time CELTA because, having courses only on Saturdays, I had enough time to assimilate all the information and to prepare the lesson plans. Everybody describes CELTA as a course which tests your limits and deprives you of sleep and leaves you no time for social life. But, with the part-time course, if you complete your assignments from one week to another, it is actually enjoyable and less stressful. If I were to choose between the full-time and the part-time course, I would definitely vote for the part-time one.” Lorana Zaharia, Romania
“Although very intense, the CELTA course has to be where I have learned the most about teaching. I like how the course is mostly practical and you continuously receive and give feedback about lessons. I’m definitely prepared to work as an English teacher! The personal attention you receive is excellent! Nevertheless, the course requires a lot of time, dedication and hard work so students must be prepared.” Diana Graur, Romania