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  • Pros about TEFL accreditation in TEFL Madrid

    So you have decided that you want to complete your TEFL course in order to travel the world? However, your research into courses has become a little confusing as some courses are accredited and others are not. You might be asking the question will an accredited certificate really get me a better course and better jobs? Is it worth the extra money? And what does an ‘accredited’ TEFL course really mean? Well don’t worry I am here to help answer these questions.

  • TEFL Madrid Academy museums
  • List of museums, TEFL life in MADRID

    Madrid and museums, the two basically go hand in hand. When you make your way through the long pages of things to do online, you’ll see the classics like the Prado, Reina, Thyssen and even the Palacio Real. But you’re only scratching the surface, because there are more than TWENTY FIVE museums here! Here we will try to cover the biggies, some smaller ones and prove that there is something for everyone in this awesome city.

    Prado Museum: The main spanish art museum, featuring one of the finest European art collections.

  • learn languages abroad
  • Learning a language quotes

    Teaching English abroad and Learning a new language is complicated, but it is also something a lot of people are in love with. To give you an extra motivation we want to share with you these 20 famous quotes about learning languages.


    1. “Those who know nothing of foreign languages know nothing of their own.” - Johann Wolfgang von Goethe

    2. “The conquest of learning is achieve through the knowledge of languages.” - Roger Bacon

  • 50 coolest Spanish words|tefl abroad
  • Cool spanish words|tefl abroad

    We have selected 50 cool Spanish slang words you probably don't know. These words are from Spain, although they may be used in some other countries. If you know more Spanish words that you find cool as well, please let us know in the comments down below!!

    1) Antro: A very bad pub.


    tefl in spainTEFL in Spain info!

    The key to getting an English teaching job is turnover and knowing the hiring seasons.

    Off season Hiring: Jobs do open during the off season as not all schools fill every job and employees do not always stay for their full term.  Follow our professional advice regarding hiring seasons and the interview process and you will find opportunities.

    Many jobs entail 10 to 12 month contracts. September, October are busy hiring periods with many contracts ending in July. January is a secondary season. Main period will be about 50-60% turnover. Secondary season about 25%.

    Summer camps in Europe offer great opportunities for those looking for shorter commitments.