• Larisa Escobar
    When I decided to move to Prague I knew it was going to be an exciting experience, but I never thought I was about to have the time of my life. I moved to Prague in October 2014, did a TEFL course and started to meet people from all over
  • Claire H.
    The stories about the Czech Republic that make it to the UK are mainly about it´s rather liberal attitude to drinking alcohol and smoking weed. I think everyone must have seen the latest videos of a bunch of drunk first-league football referees (one having been seen urinating behind the goal)
  • Todd Swan
    There was a time last summer when I got particularly bored and thought that maybe I should do something crazy.  Two weeks later I was on a plane headed from Chicago to London, where I would have a connecting flight to my final destination, Prague. After living in the Czech
  • Louis Donnelly
    In summer 2015, I moved to the Czech Republic to take a course for teaching English. Almost a year since my move, I can now reflect on what has so far been an eventful experience. I lived in Prague for the duration of the four week TEFL course and I
  • Dmitry Korman
    Dmitry Korman is a Russian artist and naturalized Swiss, born and educated in St Petersburg. Dmitry’s portraits capture the very essence of his subject, the resemblance is always absolute – and portrait is known to be the most challenging of subjects for a painter. Portraits are often included in his
  • Christine Thompson
    One thing that puzzled me when I first moved to Prague was that I noticed people would speak to me whenever they entered or left the lift. I come here from quite a large city and had been conditioned not to ‘talk to strangers’ without good reason. I therefore found
  • Zuzana Lebedova
    Our Lead Trainer Christine Thompson speaks about how English teaching has changed within the last 10 years. Christine has personal experience with teaching and teacher training in Japan and Europe. She is the Career Placement Specialist on our TEFL programme and helps our trainees to get ready for job interviews.
    When I finished my TEFL course, I already had jobs lined up. It was a smooth, easy transition to start working. It was also great that my TEFL program operated under a language school. Because of that, I found open teaching positions before I finished the course. I’m grateful I
    Having a TEFL certificate opened many doors to my success in my teaching career.  I had my own ideas how to teach English and looking back many of them were unrealistic. A few days after I obtained my TEFL certificate I was accepted by all language schools I had an
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