TESOL Teacher Education programme

The TESOL Teacher Education programme is a one-semester programme specially designed for undergraduates, M.A. level students and recent graduates interested in gaining valuable experience in teaching English to speakers of other languages (TESOL) in a cross-cultural environment.

Students who successfully complete the course earn the Certificate in English Language Teaching to Adults (CELTA) – an internationally-recognised qualification and a perfect first step for anyone who is thinking about expanding their career opportunities. The course is designed and overseen by the University of Cambridge, who ensures the same quality of deliverance all over the world. This standardization makes CELTA stand out among available TEFL (teaching English as a foreign language) certifications and will make you more attractive to employers. This course is extremely rewarding; however, it is also highly demanding with mandatory class attendance and intensive home preparation, including lesson planning and written assignments. Students should be prepared for the time commitment.

If you are thinking of applying but are unsure about the specifics of the course, please do not hesitate to contact us!

CELTA Certificate

The Certificate in English Language Teaching to Adults (CELTA) is a training course provided by the Masaryk University CELTA Centre CZ025 authorised by the University of Cambridge to train teachers of English to speakers of other languages. CELTA is an internationally recognised certification in the field of teaching English and is designed for present and future teachers of English who wish to improve their skills and learn to teach English in an international environment.

The CELTA course at Masaryk University is specific in being spread over a fifteen-week period, which is directly linked with semesters at MU, offering its participants the unique experience of teaching Czech students alongside trainees from various countries.

CELTA at MU offers training in a communicative teaching approach, which can be easily adapted to different age groups and cultures, and hence is widely recognized and saught after by employers around the world. Taking part in the course does not require previous teaching experience or Czech language skills.

Find further information about the CELTA course at Masaryk University here.

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Erin Anna Smith

tel: +420 773 772 672


  • For EU applicants:
    10 February
  • For non-EU applicants:
    30 October