Teacher Training Schools
Guadalajara is Mexico's second largest city, and is one of the few cities around the world that actually retains its provincial warmth. Despite its massive size, you will find that locals in the city are very friendly and embracing to foreign people. Don’t be surprised if you have a “tapatio” occasionally say hello on the street or talk to you about the landmark you are standing on.
Nightlife is very vibrant in Guadalajara. During the weekends, usually starting on Thursdays, you will discover that the city does not seem to sleep. You can enjoy a cold beer in small bars, dance the night away at a vibrant salsa club, or party until dawn at an electrifying night club. Guadalajara caters to all tastes when it comes to having a night on the town.
While you are taking the TEFL course you will also be able to visit some great locations over the weekends. Weekend excursions to colonial towns like Morelia, Queretaro, San Luis Potosi, Guanajuato, San Miguel Allende, and many more are completely possible. Weekends at beaches like Puerto Vallarta, Mazatlan, and Manzanillo are also a great way to catch some coastline during your time with us. We will be more than happy to help you make the arrangements.
TEFL classes are Monday - Friday for a full day of classroom work, practice teaching, role playing and group discussions. The course follows an immersion method where trainees develop their teaching skills and knowledge of grammar through a combination of morning input sessions and evening practical teaching.
We provide you with the best options for staying in our community, and immersing yourself in the real Mexico found in Guadalajara. Students can choose from either staying with a Mexican family in their private home, or in one of the many traditional hotels in the city. In either case, we carefully screen potential housing options to make sure that they are not only safe and comfortable for our students, but, that they will enhance your experience here.