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Our 4-week, in-class TEFL/TESOL course is located in Corinth
Outside of Athens, the Corinth area is the most visited part of Greece due mainly to its incredible array of archaeological sites. Why not take our course in Corinth and see what all the fuss is about? More info
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Greece remains a popular TEFL destination thanks to its warm climate and many cultural attractions
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TEFL TESOL Courses in Corinth

Our centre in Corinth provides an intensive, four-week tefl/tesol training course. This includes ten hours practical teaching experience, tuition provided by qualified and experienced tutors and on completion of your course, TEFL/tesol certification that is highly regarded throughout the world. Our school in Corinth also offers support in securing a teaching position, well equipped classrooms and comfortable accommodation. The course price also includes airport collection and course materials.

Corinth, situated on the Peloponnese Peninsula, has some of the country’s most visited archaeological sites outside of Athens. Visiting this area offers a great opportunity to learn about traditional greek culture and history. You will find many historic ruins and endless countryside to explore; it is also situated just 50 miles from the capital city.

You will find that the area provides all the amenities you will require during your stay with us. There are a wide variety of cafes, bars, restaurants and beaches, as well as local services such as shops, banks, travel agencies and public transport to Athens and the surrounding areas.

Some interesting places to visit during your stay in Corinth include:

St. Paul’s Metropolitan Church: According to legend, St. Paul spoke to the Corinthians from the tribune here. Visiting this church is definitely an opportunity not to be missed. Acrocorinth: You will experience amazing views from the Temple of Aphrodite at the top of the 575 metre hill. The Venetians, Turks and Byzantines left these extensive ruins and the remarkable wall dates back to medieval times. Ancient Corinth: The main attraction in this area is the ancient town just 7 kilometres from Corinth. There are a number of remarkable sites, most notably the Temple of Apollo dating back to the 5th Century B.C. This site also has its own museum displaying fabulous mosaics and statues. Corinth Canal: The creation of this canal began in 67 A.D. but remained unfinished until 1893. The canal, which is six kilometres long, was blasted through the Peloponnese to avoid having to travel around it by boat. Train and bus routes from Corinth to Athens pass over it but you will appreciate this site’s 90 meter high walls most by seeing it from the water.

Athens International Airport is just 90 minutes away from Corinth. There are trains available from Demokratias which offer a good service running in both directions. There are also three bus stations which can take you to Corinth.

Our ITTT centre in Corinth has close connections with a local recruitment agency who can offer you support in securing a TEFL/TESOL position. Once you have completed your course, we will be there to help you secure a teaching job in Greece or anywhere else in the world you choose.

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The School

Our training centre is well situated in the city centre in a spacious, air-conditioned building. We have large classrooms which are used for your training sessions and the teaching practice classes in the afternoons. The classrooms are well equipped with a CD and cassette player, TV and video, an overhead projector and whiteboard. In addition, we also have a smaller classroom with a conference table which is used for teaching and training smaller classes.

Our TEFL/TESOL training centre in Corinth offers an extensive resource library with a wide selection of useful materials for you to use. It also has several areas where you can relax in a welcoming and friendly environment between lessons. All the centres facilities are available to our students including computers and the use of the wireless network, you can bring your own laptop if you prefer.


Vrahati, a seaside village situated 20 minutes from the training centre, is the location of our course accommodation. The main house has two single rooms and three double rooms which can accommodate up to eight people. Facilities available are a washing machine, a well equipped kitchen, two bathrooms, wireless internet throughout the house and a communal lounge. Also, there are balconies surrounding the house, as well as a large garden complete with garden furniture, sun beds and a barbeque. Every week the rooms are cleaned and bedding changed.

Just a two minute walk from the accommodation you will find the centre of the village with amenities such as a post office, banks, shops, bus station and taxi rank. This area also has outstanding beaches which have been awarded the European Union’s Blue Flag. In the evenings you can experience the active nightlife with bars, restaurants, cafes and clubs all available in the surrounding area.

Accommodation in the main house is offered on a first-come, first-served basis, so submit your choices early. We also have apartments available nearby, anyone choosing this option can still use all the facilities in the main house.

A collection service from Athens airport is included in the course fee, as is the return trip to the airport once your course is complete.

Course dates

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Course fees

The total price is divided into: deposit and balance.

The deposit may be paid via a) credit card b) Paypal c) wire transfer d) Western Union.

The balance of the course fee must be paid by cash, PayPal or bank transfer directly to the training center on the first day of the course.


US$ 600
to be paid in advance
Euros 920
to be paid on arrival

Accomodation Fees

The accommodation fees are not part of the course price and you are free to choose whichever accommodation option you prefer.

If you choose to use our accommodation, it should be paid for either by cash, PayPal or bank transfer directly to the school at the start of the course.

Shared room
Euros 250
(to be paid on arrival)
Private room
Euros 350
(to be paid on arrival)
4 weeks in-class course in Corinth
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$ 1598
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Frequently Asked Questions

  • What are my payment options?


    Course deposits must be paid to our administrative center. Credit/debit card payments are the fastest and cheapest way to pay, but we also accept payments via Western Union, Pay Pal and bank transfer. While there are no deadlines for a deposit, courses can fill up quickly and your seat will only be reserved after the deposit has been paid.

    Once you make your deposit, you will receive an email with an informational packet that provides detailed information about the course and Corinth itself.

    The balance of course fees is payable in cash or by credit/debit card. Bank transfers are also possible but funds will need to be received before the first day of the course.

    Course fees are all-inclusive so you won’t be asked to pay additional costs for course related materials or services. This also includes course moderation and accreditation fees, airport pick-ups* and lifetime job assistance.

    * Airport pick-ups are available on the Saturday before the course begins.

  • What are my accommodation options?


    We provide accommodation right across the road from the training center. The main house has three twin rooms, one double and one single, accommodating a total of nine people. There are two bathrooms, a fully equipped kitchen with a washing machine and a communal lounge. The lounge has two computers for your use and the whole house has wireless internet access. In addition to the balconies surrounding the house, there is also a large garden furnished with chairs, sun beds and a barbeque. The rooms are cleaned and sheets are changed weekly.

    The house is located within a two minute walk from the center of the village where you will find facilities such as shops, a post office, banks, a bus station and a taxi rank. It is also only a ten minute walk to the nearest beach. The surrounding area has many other excellent beaches which have been awarded with the European Union's Blue Flag. The area is a busy resort in the summer and is a center for nightlife, with lots of cafes, restaurants, bars and night clubs, although it is still relatively unspoiled.

    Shared rooms are 250 €, while a private room costs 350 €. Prices are for the duration of the course.

    Both options are available from the Saturday preceding the course until the Saturday following the course’s completion. If you would like to choose your accommodation independently, you are welcome to do so.

  • What travel documents will I need for greece?


    All visitors to Greece are required to carry a passport valid for at least six months after their arrival date. EU passport holders do not need a visa for Greece. American and Canadian citizens entering Greece for a period of less than 3 months require a valid passport, not a visa. For visits exceeding 3 months, authorization must be obtained in person by applying to the Aliens Bureau at least 20 days prior to the 3-month expiration date.

    Provided that your stay in Greece or the wider Schengen area is for no more than 90 days, nationals of the following countries do not require a visa to enter or transit through Greece, as long as the passport is valid for at least 3 months from the date of return from Greece:

    Andorra, Argentina, Australia, Brazil, Brunei, Bulgaria, Canada, Chile, Costa Rica, Croatia, El Salvador, Honduras, Hong Kong, Israel, Japan, Macao, Malaysia, Mexico, Monaco, New Zealand, Nicaragua, Panama, Paraguay, Romania, South Korea, San Marino, Singapore, United States, Uruguay, The Vatican and Venezuela.

    Citizens of all countries not mentioned above do need a visa to enter Greece.*

    * As this information is subject to change at any time, we advise you to contact your local consulate for current travel regulations prior to planning your trip. For more information on obtaining visas please check with your local Greek consulate or embassy.

  • What is the course schedule?


    The first class will take place on Monday morning at 9:30 a.m. The full course schedule will also be provided on Monday morning. Sessions generally run between 9:30 a.m. and 8:00 p.m. with appropriate breaks throughout the day.

    Monday to Thursday:

    • 0930 – 1230: Input Sessions
    • 1230 – 1330: Lunch
    • 1330 – 1700: Guided Lesson Preparation Time
    • 1700 – 2000: Teaching Practice


    • 0930 – 1230: Input Sessions
    • 1230 – 1330: Lunch
    • 1330 – 1430: Unknown Language
    • 1430 – 1530: Job Guidance

    There are two input sessions each morning covering grammar, phonology, teaching skills and classroom management.

  • What can I expect during teaching practice?


    Teaching practice takes place in the afternoon, generally between five and eight o’clock. The majority of our teaching practice is with young teenagers at a small private school near Vrahati. At certain times of the year we also have additional practice at the training center.

    Each trainee usually teaches once per day to make up the total of ten hours during the course. Trainers provide extensive help with planning each lesson and give written feedback which forms the basis of the feedback discussion after each lesson.

    Lessons are based upon real teaching resources found all over the world and you will have the chance to create your own materials as well. You will also receive the aid of your course trainer throughout lesson planning and receive immediate feedback on your lesson after it’s been delivered. Practicum is assessed and a satisfactory assessment is required to earn your TEFL/TESOL certificate.

  • Who usually attends the course?


    The maximum class size in Corinth is 16. Most of the participants are American, British, Canadian or Australian, although we do accept non-native speakers of English who have a high proficiency in the language.

  • Is there a dress code?


    For all input and tutorial sessions at the training location, there is only one specific dress requirement: Both men and women should have a shirt covering their shoulders. The course operates from within a school so we ask you to be mindful of this, as well as being mindful of your peers and to respect the fact that you are a visitor in another country.

    During teaching practice there are specific requirements that adhere to the local dress code. All trainees are expected to dress professionally according to the following guidelines:

    Women: Shoulders should be covered, blouses with sleeves are suggested. No low-cut necklines, very short skirts or bare midriffs. Open-toed shoes are acceptable, but not hiking or flip-flop sandals.

    Men: Long pants, slacks or trousers are required, jeans are not acceptable. Short or long-sleeved shirts with a collar are necessary, although a tie is not required. Loafers or dress shoes are both fine, sandals are not acceptable. Long hair should always be tied back.

  • What should I bring for course studies?


    Please be sure to arrive on the first day of the course with a notebook and a pen. We also encourage you to bring a laptop as we have Wi-Fi at the training center. We will provide all course materials for you so there is no need to bring anything else for the course itself.