CELTA COURSES IN BUCHAREST

Shakespeare School, the first Cambridge approved centre in Romania to run CELTA courses invites you to Bucharest in 2020. Come to Romania to attend the CELTA courses and gain the opportunity to become a certified CELTA teacher. 

The Certificate in English Language Teaching to Adults is one of the most widely and internationally recognised teaching certificates. CELTA is the international teaching passport you need to travel the world and earn the means to support yourself at the same time.

Travel to Bucharest to become a CELTA Certified Teacher

At Shakespeare School, in Bucharest, we believe that a teacher should travel the world to connect with other inspired and inspiring educators.

  • Together, we can deepen our well of inspiration and discover the most efficient ways in which to spark wonder in our students.
  • As a teacher, you are a lifelong learner and by travelling, you satisfy your craving for knowledge, discovery and development.
  • Travelling makes you realise that no matter how much you know, there is always more to learn.
  • You become part of a global movement, triggered by the strong belief that education can make the world a better place!

ABOUT BUCHAREST

BUCHAREST is the largest city and the capital of ROMANIA. In the cultural centre of our country, you will discover never-ending stories of how time has managed to preserve the scent of the past. Animated by welcoming inhabitants, the main economic, educational and cultural centre of Romania is the ideal mix of old and new, traditional and modern lifestyles.

MAIN TOURIST ATTRACTIONS IN BUCHAREST

  • Lipscani Area

    Is the oldest part of Bucharest and is considered the historic centre of the capital of Romania. It has been the most important commercial area in the city since the Middle Ages. Famous for the way in which it has managed to preserve the historic essence of Romania, the Old Town Area is also a place where you can eat well, socialize and have fun.
  • The Palace of Parliament

    Is known as the House of People in Bucharest. Its construction started in 1984 and ended in 1989. It is the biggest administrative construction in Europe and the second biggest in the world, right after the Pentagon Building in Washington. 
  • The Village Museum

    Is one of the most beautiful ethnographic parks in the world. The famous museum is in open air and gathers thousands of visitors from all over the globe every year, since 1936. There, you can admire traditional house samples from each representative region in Romania.

  • The Athenaeum

    While visiting the centre of Bucharest, your attention will be drawn by the immense concert hall that is the Romanian Athenaeum. The inauguration of this landmark took place in 1888. The Athenaeum hosts the George Enescu Philharmonic, where the    international music festival takes place every year.

  • Cotroceni Palace

    Is the official residence of the President of Romania. It was built in 1893 and was, originally, the permanent residence of Prince Ferdinand.
  • The Arch of Triumph

    Was inaugurated in 1936, with the purpose of celebrating the Union of the Romanian provinces that took place in 1918. It is also a monument that glorifies the bravery of the Romanian soldiers during the First World War.

As a teacher, the responsibility to educate the next generation is not limited to the vocabulary or the grammar of the English language. Your travels and your eagerness to experience new adventures will help you develop personally and professionally. This will help you educate your students to become the curious and innovative adults that the world needs.