If you have the desire to teach English to speakers of other languages, enhance your career with the University of Georgia's Global TESOL Certificate program.
The Global TESOL (Teaching English to Speakers of Other Languages) Certificate is a 150-hour training program designed for individuals who want to teach English at home or abroad. Unlike basic TESOL courses available online, this is an in-depth program that includes observing TESOL classrooms and practicing with other students.
The four courses in our certificate program will give you a solid theoretical foundation for teaching English, as well as hands-on classroom experience and job-searching skills. Successful completion of the program will prepare you to work as a teacher, trainer, tutor or cross-cultural communicator both at home and abroad. For more information in Korean or English, contact the instructor Sahng (Steve) An at firstname.lastname@example.org or 010-4169-1236.
View or download the current course schedule to see when you can start class, or read more about each course in our complete course description.
The Four Core Courses of the Global TESOL Certificate
Click on the name of the course below to register, or click on the link below the courses to register for all four courses at once and save $100.
- Orientation to the Profession of TESOL (begins September 2015)
- Issues of Culture (begins October 2015)
- Applied Linguistics and Language Acquisition (begins November 2015)
- Materials and Methods for Teaching English Language Learners (begins December 2015)
Who Should Attend?
- Individuals interested in teaching English to speakers of other languages
- College students who want to travel or work abroad
- Teachers, instructors, trainers or translators who work with diverse populations
TOZ Moim Center / Shinchon Business Branch, Ivy Tower (15 Floor), #136 Sogang-ro, Mapo-gu, Seoul-city – Map and Directions
Course Format: Classroom with 25% online component
$2,500 – Four courses/Full package discount
$650 – Single course
All courses require the student to purchase a textbook.