CELTA in Seoul: Part Time: Autumn 2018 / Full Time: Winter 2019
CELTA in Seoul
The only place where you can do the CELTA in Seoul, Korea is in IGSE (International Graduate School of English).
They run the intensive, one-month course twice a year in January and July and part-time courses in Autumn and Spring. It currently costs 2,350,000 Won—including an initial (non-returnable) deposit of 500,000 Won, which needs to be paid to secure your place once accepted.
CELTA in IGSE
Part-time Autumn Intake
- Autumn Part-Time Online Blended course: Monday 1 October – Wednesday 19 December 2018,
(Meeting every Monday and Wednesday from 9.00 – 12.15)
Winter 2019 Intake
- IGSE are now actively enrolling for the Full-Time CELTA from Monday 31 December 2018 – Friday 25 January 2019
(Meeting Monday to Friday from 9.30 – 18.00)
How to apply?
- You need to complete an application form and a written pre-course task, and come to the IGSE Language Center for an interview (or an online interview via Skype).
- For the application form and pre-course task or further information, please contact Chris Kim on 82-2-6477-5141 or email at firstname.lastname@example.org
- Visit their webpage for further information: http://sce.igse.ac.kr/community/TheCambridgeCELTA/
For up-to-date pricing and to get specific dates visit their site at: http://sce.igse.ac.kr/community/TheCambridgeCELTA/
Or contact them directly at: email@example.com
What is the Cambridge CELTA?
The Cambridge University Certificate in English Language Teaching to Adults (CELTA) is the most widely-recognized qualification in the world for the Teaching of English to Speakers of Other Languages or TESOL. Over ten thousand people take the CELTA course each year.
The CELTA is an introductory course for teachers who have little or no previous English language teaching experience. It is also taken by teachers who already have some classroom practice in teaching languages but little previous training. It is also increasingly taken by US or Canadian instructors who do have greater experience in the field but wish to gain employment outside North America, Korea or Japan, and at the same time refresh their technical skills and contribute to their personal development. Teachers with an MA in TESOL or Applied Linguistics also look to the course to provide the practical component so often lacking in a university-bound curriculum.
What are the entry requirements for the course?
- be at least 20 years old at the start of the course
- have a standard of education equivalent to that required for entry into higher education
- have a competence in English, both written and spoken, which will enable them both to follow the course and teach at a range of levels
- have the potential to develop the necessary skills to become effective teachers of English and to successfully complete the written assignments and the assessment of practice teaching.
WE TEACH KOREA: Teaching English in South Korea
Written By Luke Jones
Luke has spent the past 6 years teaching English in Korea. He started off in a small hagwon in Changwon, then moved to teach in a public middle school in the same city. Since then he has completed the CELTA in Seoul and an MA TESOL, and now teaches at a university in Seoul.