To read about working here, see Teaching English in Myanmar.
To read about working here, see Teaching English in Afghanistan.
TEFL stands for Teaching English as a Foreign Language. Simply put, this is usually used to talk about teaching English to people who live in a non-English speaking country and who want to learn English for business or to take an exam, etc.
It is pretty much equivalent to TESOL and TESL.
For more, see TEFL - Teaching English as a Foreign Language.
Could you – or your organization – benefit from a scholarship to take an ICAL TEFL course?
Perhaps you would like to take a TEFL course but need help with the cost?
Maybe a recent government shutdown has left you out of work or on furlough?
In that case, ICAL may be able to help!
Do You Need a Scholarship?
Currently, we can give part scholarships to anyone who meets any 1 of these criteria:
- anyone working for a charity involved with education
- anyone who is unemployed or receiving government assistance
- anyone in full-time education (e.g. you are at university/college studying)
- anyone on furlough
- anyone on income support/benefit
- anyone who is over 65
- anyone who has a disability
- anyone who is a single parent
- anyone who is a prison inmate or teaches in a prison
- anyone who works for an English school in one of the countries listed below
Central African Republic
Democratic Republic of the Congo
São Tomé and Príncipe
Can You Help Me?
Maybe you don’t belong to one of the categories above but still need help.
At ICAL we’re open to suggestions. If you think that you – or your organization – would benefit from a scholarship to take our TEFL course and that afterwards the community where you work would benefit then do get in touch!
In the past we’ve given scholarships to all sorts of charities and schools in under privileged areas.
See also our page on charitable donations.
How Much are the Scholarships Worth?
The amount of our scholarships varies and are offered according to circumstances and situation. They begin at 15% discount but we look at who you are and how the community will benefit from your TEFL training.
How to Apply for a TEFL Scholarship
If you would like to apply for a part scholarship to take an ICAL TEFL course then please get in touch with us and we will be happy to talk over the options with you.
But please note that we will require all applications to be accompanied by official documentation. You must apply & be accepted for a scholarship BEFORE you register; sorry but we are not able to process scholarships after registration has been made.