At International House Buenos Aires Teacher Training we teach languages and provide teacher training.
As part of the International House World Organisation (IHWO), one of the leading language providers worldwide, our goal is to promote excellence in language education.
We provide high quality English & Spanish language instruction and internationally recognised teacher training courses, which aim to increase standards in teaching and learning in wider contexts.
Help with Employment
There is a dedicated session on the course which focuses on helping you to start your job search either locally or internationally and write the best possible CV to accompany your applications. The school also has a jobs board blog for our alumni which is regularly updated with the latest opportunities both here in Buenos Aires and abroad. For those candidates who wish to stay in Buenos Aires and work post course, we have many local contacts who are very keen to take on our graduates, having had lots of success working with our previous candidates. We can also put you in touch with previous candidates so that they can share their up to date experiences with you about living and working in Buenos Aires.
There is a wealth of accommodation available in Buenos Aires and we can provide prospective candidates with detailed information about various options, including bed & breakfast/hostels; home stays; shared apartments; and flats, many of which have been recommended to us by previous candidates. We will happily forward full information once your application has been received and can arrange home stay accommodation upon request, subject/according to availability.
Because of the intensive nature of the course, we recommend that candidates find accommodation as close to the institute as possible.
If you wish to look for accommodation further away then you should ensure that it has good transport links. In addition, a quiet place to study and work in the evenings and weekends is essential and internet connection is invaluable.
Buenos Aires is the most visited city in South America and a gateway top the rest of the continent. Famous for its pristinely preserved Spanish/European-style architecture and rich cultural life, it is often called the Paris of the South.
Strongly influenced by European culture, the city has the busiest live theatre industry in the world and holds the second largest number of cultural festivals worldwide, after Edinburgh, with events and centres for all tastes, including cinema, dance, cuisine, music, sports, fashion, etc.
Buenos Aires is also the home of the Teatro Colón, an internationally rated opera house and there are several symphony orchestras and choral societies based in the city.
The city has numerous museums related to history, fine arts, modern arts, decorative arts, popular arts, sacred art, arts and crafts, theatre and popular music, as well as the preserved homes of noted art collectors, writers, composers and artists. The city is home to hundreds of bookstores, public libraries and cultural associations (it is also sometimes called "the city of books"). It has a world-famous zoo and botanical garden, hundreds of landscaped parks and squares, as well as churches and places of worship of many denominations, many of which are architecturally noteworthy.
There are also many first division football teams playing every weekend in the city, and there is also a bikeshare scheme for cyclists and perfect sailing conditions of the Rio de la plata and in the Delta at Tigre.