Author Archives: Fran Austin

About Fran Austin

Fran has been an EFL teacher since 2005 and joined the Oxford TEFL team in 2011. She is qualified in Trinity Cert. TESOL, Trinity Dip. TESOL and has a Diploma in Educational Management. As well as being the TESOL Coordinator at Oxford TEFL When she arrived in Barcelona she never planned to stay, but the city got its grip on her soon enough and she still loves the lifestyle and culture of this wonderful city.
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Enrol by September 30th 2017 and save €200

If you have dreamed about taking your Trinity CertTESOL course in Barcelona or Prague and working around the world, now is the time to take the leap and start the adventure in 2018! We are offering you the opportunity to … Continue reading

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Teacher Development in Brazil in collaboration with Active English

We are excited to announce that Oxford TEFL is collaborating with Active English, based in Brazil, to offer teacher development courses tailored to the Brazilian market. We have launched these courses based on the huge demand for quality teacher training … Continue reading

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Graduate Story: Simon Firth

Simon Firth took the Trinity CertTESOL course in Malaga in June 2017. Originally from England and working as a journalist, he decided to take the plunge and switch to language learning / teaching. Find out more in this blog post … Continue reading

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Congratulations to our Trinity CertTESOL scholarship winner

We are excited to announce our Trinity CertTESOL scholarship winner Dương Thị Ngọc Hải! Duong who has won a 4-week intensive course in our Barcelona centre in 2018. Watch the winning video below: The competition tasks: Step 1: Post a … Continue reading

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How much does it cost to live in Prague?

Are you thinking about moving to Prague to take your Trinity CertTESOL course but you are not sure how much money to save or what your costs are likely to be? We have compiled a list of likely costs for … Continue reading