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About The School
The TEFL International School in Seville is close to historical monuments, museums, and ecological delights.
The school building is modern, comfortable and well air-conditioned. Along the street are a variety of cafes, restaurants and banks.
Optional extra: Spanish Language Course
Should you want to learn some Spanish during your time in Spain, you could attend a Spanish language program either before or after your TEFL course. This TEFL course/language program offers you the opportunity to become TEFL qualified with an internationally recognized TEFL certificate and immerse yourself in the local culture, improving your language skills.
Seville is the capital and largest city of the region of Andalusia, in the South of Spain. It is quite possibly one of Europe's most beautiful and exuberant cities, and has captivated visitors for centuries with its rich history and folkloric tradition that continues to permeate daily Sevillano life.
Legend has it that Seville was founded by the famous Hercules, and this city also gave life to the legendary figure of Don Juan, offered a nearby port from which Columbus sailed to discover the New World, and produced such notable characters as Carmen and Figaro.
Seville's biggest holiday, Holy Week (La Semana Santa), is during the March/April course. Every year, thousands of tourists come to Seville for the holiday, paying double the usual prices for hotels.
Our trainees would have the opportunity to experience this religious tradition without the inconvenience of paying any more than their course fees. Our course schedule will be slightly modified allowing us to have the evenings free to enjoy the processions.
During the April/May course is Seville's week long party, the Feria. From April 30 to May 4, everyone in Seville spends as much time as possible at the fairgrounds, dancing, eating and drinking with friends. People go directly after work and often stay until it's time to go back to work in the morning. This is another famous event which attracts tourists and would add to our trainees experience of Seville while on the course.
Rich in the traditions of flamenco, bullfighting, colorful fiestas, and typical Andalusian cuisine, one can literally soak in the Spanish culture while visiting Seville. The Sevillano people take tremendous pride in their history and traditions of the past, and keep such traditions alive through a very lively, socially-active and festive culture.
The captivating city center is a maze of narrow cobblestone streets leading into quaint plazas, lively tapas bars and bodegas, and fantastic architectural monuments demonstrating the heavy Moorish influence of the past. The enchanting river Guadalquivir runs through the city and provides an excellent spot for evening "paseos", river-front dining and exciting nightlife.