Teacher Training Schools
About the school
The TEFL International training centre in Chiang Mai is approximately 10 minutes from downtown Chiang Mai, 3 km from Chiang Mai International Airport, 8 km from Doi Suthep Temple, and is nestled at the foothills of Suthep Mountain, just west of Chiang Mai University.
The complex has over 35 classrooms in total, all air conditioned, with meeting and seminar rooms, a 300 seat lecture theatre, a self-access learning resource center and a library with ADSL Internet access. There are WiFi hotspots located around the facility, photocopying service available onsite, audio and visual studio and a 50 seat multimedia center. There are several restaurants and cafes nearby, plus a number of kiosks and stores.
Experience for yourself the merging of the past into the present in Chiang Mai, Thailand - a place where the locals are proud of the city's 700-year history. Its rich, diverse heritage and unique culture is a perfect foundation for the development of any city. Chiang Mai his this in abundance, and is one of the few places in Thailand where it is possible to find, in the heart of the city, centuries-old chedis and temples, right next to modern seven-elevens and boutique hotels. The original city layout still exists as a perfect square surrounded by a moat with vestiges of the fortified wall and its four main gates offering prime access to the old town.
For years, tourists have mistaken Chiang Mai as the northern junction and the base from which they can explore other provinces. Today, tourists are surprised by the fact that there is always something new to discover in the Chiang Mai area. The intriguing ethnic tribes, coupled with breathtaking scenery, makes Chiang Mai one of Asia's most attractive tourist destinations. Two weeks in Chiang Mai may well not be long enough for serious travelers.
The old city of Chiang Mai, with its fascinating indigenous cultural identity such as unique dialects, cuisine, architecture, traditional values, festivals, handicrafts and classical dances is a prime location in its own right. In addition, the presence of hill tribes and their wealth of unique cultures enhance Chiang Mai's distinctive diversity.
Chiang Mai is also blessed with pristine natural resources of mountains (dois), waterfalls, and other nature-based tourist attractions. At the same time, Chiang Mai residents are warm, gracious and congenial providing authentic hospitality making visits memorable and meaningful. Moreover, visitors from all walks of life can collect handicrafts of silk, silver and wood produced locally as timeless souvenirs. Chiang Mai is a place where both backpackers and luxury tourists can enjoy themselves to the full. The four weeks of your TEFL course in Chiang Mai will be for weeks you’ll never forget.