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FAQs

What does TESOL stand for?

Teaching English to Speakers of Other Languages. This term is used for both the TEFL and TESL situations, where the mother tongue of students is not English.

What does TESOL in Madrid University have to offer?

TESOL in Madrid University offers an international language teacher training program. TESOL in Madrid University demonstrates through state University Rey Juan Carlos inspection that its courses meet the highest of international quality standards in language services. Our programs offer a theoretical and practical element to the course, with 12 hours of observed teaching practice on our onsite course, meeting international standards. We offer TESOL as an Intensive course Onsite and TESOL as Extended or Online course.

What is the difference between TEFL, TESL and TESOL?


TEFL, TESL and TESOL are all certifications for teaching English to non-native English speakers. All of these certifications offer the same level of qualification to teach English. The one that is best for you depends on who – and where – you plan to teach.

Which course is right for you: TEFL vs TESL vs TESOL?


Teaching English to Speakers of Other Languages. This term is used for both the TEFL and TESL situations, where the mother tongue of students is not English.
TEFL – Teaching English as a Foreign Language

A TEFL certification provides the skills needed to teach English abroad in countries where students do not speak English as their first language, such as China, Japan or Brazil. While a 100-hour TEFL certificate is the minimum requirement set by many hiring bodies abroad, it is important to note that at least 120 hours of TEFL training is the commonly expected standard for the highest salary teaching jobs around the world.



TESL – Teaching English as a Second Language

TESL is a qualification for teaching students whose first language is not English, but are currently living in a native-English speaking country. For example, teaching temporary students, workers, or recent immigrants to countries such as the USA, UK, Australia and Canada. A TESL would be suitable for jobs in these countries such as a language support teacher for school students whose first language is not English.

TESL courses are most relevant for those looking to teach English within their home country. TESL is also a highly respected ESL qualification in Canada.



TESOL – Teaching English to Speakers of another Language

This qualification is newer and gives a lot more flexibility as to whether you teach English overseas or in a native-English speaking country. In fact, TESOL courses cover a broader range of topics. TESOL courses are the best option when you want to encapsulate both TESL and TEFL and having a state university diploma like ours will enable you to work anywhere you want, whether you have decided to stay in your home country or go overseas and explore the world.

What is the difference between TESOL onsite and Online?


TESOL onsite is a classroom-based course and part self-study, whereas TESOL Online is purely self-study:

Onsite= 200 hours class time (including 6+ hours of teaching practice and class observation) with a qualified teacher trainer.
Online = 200 hours self-study, with the support of a qualified teacher trainer who will guide you and assess you.

What is the difference between TEFL, TESL and TESOL?


TEFL, TESL and TESOL are all certifications for teaching English to non-native English speakers. All of these certifications offer the same level of qualification to teach English. The one that is best for you depends on who – and where – you plan to teach.

How can I be sure that I can successfully pass the course?

Your tutor will point out any weak areas for development and make suggestions as to how you can improve. You can submit an assignment up to three times at no extra charge. The course has been written and adapted to ensure that students can work their way through the material in their own time and at their own pace.

Is the course open to non-native speakers of English?

The course is available to both native and non-native speakers of English. Your tutors would tell you that some of their most successful course members have been non-native speakers. Non-native speakers need to have equivalent level of English as IELTS 7.5 or C1 (Advanced level). If you do not know your level, you may take the Placement test on our website to find out.


What qualification do I receive upon completion of the course?


Upon successful completion of your course, you will receive a TESOL University Expert teacher awarded by Universidad Rey Juan Carlos. There are no small prints, once you enroll in our course you are also enrolled in the University as well.

What does the fee for the program include?


The fee includes tuition, course materials, certification and moderation fees. Airfares, accommodation and food are not included.

How do I pay for the course?


You may pay the entire course fee at the time of registration, or you may just pay a deposit of 50% of the course of your choice and pay the balance of the course fee on the day before the course starts. Also available, for the online course.

How many students on average are in the program each month?


On average, we have about ten trainees enrolled in each course, although this is an average and it may be more or less. The maximum number of students is 15. Most of our participants are from English-speaking countries such as the United States, the United Kingdom, Canada, or Australia. We do accept non-native speakers of English who have a high proficiency in the English language. Our online courses however are easier to access and the limit of trainees per trimester is about 50 , that gives you plenty of space to enroll at any point.


Will I be able to find a job after passing the course?


The TESOL job market is excellent and finding employment is a fairly straight forward matter. With just a little patience, you will certainly locate work in no time, usually in the area of your choice.

What are the job prospects for TESOL teachers in the Madrid?

English as a foreign language is a huge industry employing hundreds of thousands of teachers in almost every country of the world. Your tutors themselves have trained hundreds of teachers who are currently employed in a wide variety of locations.

When do I need to start looking for work? Where do I start?

We suggest you begin setting up interviews and sending resumes in the second or third week of the course after we have covered job-related matters during input sessions. Of course, you are certainly not limited to working in Madrid – where to teach is up to you!

What is the average salary like?

The average TESOL salary in Spain is about €15 to €30 per hour, though this varies depending on what type of school or company you work for, and whether you work full-time or part-time. Here is where the certification you have plays a role, the better your certification is the better job offers you will have access.

Do most schools provide accommodation for their teachers?
Some employers provide accommodation as part of an employment package, those that do not will offer assistance in finding suitable accommodation.


Do schools provide work permits?

Your employer should help you secure a work permit and visa.

What do I do if I have questions that have not been answered so far?

Contact us and we will do our best to give you a quick and straight forward response to your question.

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