Teaching English to speakers of other languages can be a highly rewarding career, offering you the chance to live and work abroad. CELTA is a highly regarded qualification which gives you the skills you need to help get a teaching job anywhere.
The course takes place at Cambridge Regional College, Kings Hedges Road, Cambridge, CB4 2QT. Look on the college website for maps, information about our facilities and application forms.
CELTA courses at Cambridge Regional College are now eligible for funding under the Advanced Learner Loan scheme. See our website for more information.
Help with Employment
During the course, we offer advice on finding teaching jobs and possibilities for trainees post CELTA. We also regularly send our CELTA graduates information about job posts that come up.
All trainees are invited to our facebook alumni page where they can network with other CELTA graduates working around the world and hear about job posts.
We are able to recommend local homestay accommodation. Please see our website for more information:
A refund of any course fees already paid is only available in the following circumstances:
- If the college closes a class due to insufficient enrolments and is unable to offer a suitable alternative.
- If you withdraw from a course due to ill health and a doctor has certified you too unwell to continue your studies. In this situation the refund will take into account the amount of the course already completed before the withdrawal.
If your visa is refused we will need a copy of the refusal notice and we will retain £100 for administration charges. If we do not receive a refusal notice or you change your mind not to attend the course there will be no refund of fees.
The refund will be paid within four weeks of you providing us with the bank details and signed authorisation that the refund should be paid to that account.
The City of Cambridge has an expanding population and is the centre of many high technology industries, many of them based at the Cambridge Science Park near our Science Park Campus. The surrounding area is primarily rural and is served by a number of schools, village and community colleges which offer full-time education. Cambridge's long history as a university town means that it is rich in amenities with excellent shops and libraries as well as a range of recreational facilities. Cambridge Regional College complements other institutions in the locality and contributes to an education system which, in terms of high quality, diversity and choice, is probably unmatched in the country.