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Supported 2-week work experience placement for newly qualified English Teachers – Hungary

June 12, 2017

This guest blog is by David Gorbutt, the Director of Languages Training & Development:

“We would like to bring to your attention an opportunity for a two-week work experience placement in Hungary, funded through the EU’s Erasmus Plus programme.

The programme is now entering its fourth year and we have received a large number of newly qualified CELTA and Cert TESOL teachers onto it. These have come from a wide variety of providers both in the UK and elsewhere in Europe. Programmes are organised in cohorts of around ten participants.

Flights to Hungary and accommodation while there is provided through the Erasmus scheme, which is open to all EU nationals as well as several other participating countries.

The participant will deliver a series of lessons to groups in a state secondary or primary school as well as participate in some one to one teaching. Design of lessons is guided by the local Hungarian teacher of English as well as our accompanying staff, who are experienced teacher trainers for both the Certificate and Diploma. The participants’ lessons are watched to give developmental feedback.

Previous participants have found this an excellent short term opportunity to get a taste of living abroad working in the state sector. There is time within the programme for some sightseeing and to apply for longer-term positions. We are happy to accept applications from those still working towards their certificate.

Dates for the remainder of 2017 are included in the Flyer for Cert Providers May 2017  attached.

If you require any further information, please feel free to contact me on

David Gorbutt

Director, Languages Training & Development

Windrush Court, 56A High Street,

Witney, OX28 6ET


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