Oxford TEFL in London

A great destination to start your TEFL career.

London is an experience you simply can’t miss, and the historic centre of Greenwich is a perfect destination for learning how to teach English. Our refurbished school offers modern facilities and is located just 15 minutes from the City of London, and a 5-minute stroll to the magnificent Greenwich Park. Our diploma-qualified trainers have many years of teaching experience and are keen to support you throughout the course.

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Key features:

  •          Modern school located in the very centre of Greenwich
  •          Interactive whiteboards, computers, WIFI and library of resources
  •          Fully-equipped, large, friendly language school and teacher training centre
  •          Option to live next door the school building

Living and working in London

Is it expensive to live in Greenwich?

  • If you rent a double room in a shared house you can expect to pay from £600 – £800 a month.
  • If you eat at home then expect to spend about £150 a month on food.
  • A weekly travel card from zone 1-3 costs £38, while a monthly travel card is £146 . Buses are a cheaper option at £1.50 per journey.
  • The rest depends on your lifestyle.

Here’s some useful information about prices:

Coffee — about £2

Beer at a regular bar — about £4

Eating at a restaurant— £5 – £20

A sandwich – around £3

Accommodation

We offer a range of carefully selected accommodation options near to Greenwich, to ensure that you will be comfortable, safe and happy during your stay. Our School Administration teaam are on-hand to assist and advise throughout.

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Visa support

Oxford TEFL can support you in getting a student visa, which allows you to get work as a TEFL teacher. For more information on visa support, click here.

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What our grads say about Oxford TEFL London

I did my Trinity Cert. TESOL in London. Afterwards I moved to Seville in Spain to teach English there. When I arrived, I realised that I was better equipped to teach than a number of my new colleagues who had … Continue reading

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