The International Celta Exam has a great reputation among international employers. 70% of job adverts ask candidates to have a Celta qualification to work as teachers, according to Cambridge English Organization.

If you are a non native-speaker of English who has already got a teaching degree in your home country, the Celta certificate will be the gateway to teach abroad, provided you get a first-hand experience of the English culture.

The course can be taken in many countries. That's great for native speakers who having been brought up in an English-speaking enviroment and want to grab an opportunity to teach English and don't have formal education in that area.


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Reasons To Get Your Celta Certificate in England

  • To build up your authority and expertise. When you stduy in England you get a first-hand experience of the English culture.To live with a local family, taste their meals,enjoy social life, shop and visit musuems and galleries will be crucial experiences to complement your international certificate.

  • Learn from native speaker tutors.Certainly there are good teachers in your country but they belong to your own culture so it's difficult to see those little things that separates native speakers from foreigners speaking the language.

    Many years ago I attended micro teaching classes at Minnesotta's University.Although the teacher was excellent, the most striking enrichment was to be exposed to my international classmates English . This allowed me me to become aware of their different accents, something you will be exposed to, if you teach abroad.


  • To develop a more natural usage of the language as some teachers who have never been to an English -speaking country sound too bookish or get too nervous when speaking the language.

  • Having the chance to visit some schools in England and learn about the educational system will enhance your performance as a teacher.

    Most students who study English may consider travelling to an English-speaking to an English speaking country to further their studies, and they will ceratinly turn to their teacher of English to ask questions about International education and international exams.


  • To be aware how students from different language backgrounds have different difficulties when they haven't been exposed to enough good English. Different groups of people tend to do the same mistakes in English due to their original backgrounds.

    Spanish speakers have difficulties pronuncing English words that start in "S" without being preceded by "E" because this is the common pattern in Spanish. Compare the words "espaƱol" to "Spanish" or "escuela" to "school."

    Italians tend to drop the "H" sound in English because that sound is mute in their own language. For example, the word "hashtag" or "inhabitants" are pronunced without the "H" sound.

    Some Japanese speakers have problems with the "R" and "L" sound as they don't have these two variants in their languages. They tend to mix them up.


  • Last but not least, you will probably compete with native speakers for the same job. The native speaker will always be in advantage to you because he belongs to the English culture and will teach his language in a new culture. But if you are a non-native speakers and haven't stayed in England your disadvantage duplicates.

Luckily the solution is quite easy. Get your Celta certification in England and you will get not only an international certification but a first-hand experience of the English culture. This will turn you into a more trustworthy international professional.

By the way, would you like to travel with a group to get your certificate and enjoy the English culture?

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