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What is Angloville all about? Which programme is best for you? Where, exactly, are our venues? Look below for the answers to these questions and more!

Frequently Asked Question

General

All of Angloville’s cultural exchange opportunities are organised by Angloville International Ltd*.  which organises programmes in Poland, Hungary, Romania and Czech Republic. Each individual programme is coordinated by a local Angloville branch catering to that specific country or region. This means that you will interact with Polish participants in Poland, Hungarian participants in Hungary, and so on.  By spending time with locals, you are not only exposed to the culture of the country you are in, but also learn how someone with that specific mother tongue learns English. People from different linguistic backgrounds learn differently, as their native language may impact how easily they adapt to and understand English pronunciation, sentence structure, grammar, accents, and more. Many of our English-speaking participants choose to do programmes in multiple countries, which is a great way to get the sort of varied experience that can prepare you to teach English all over the world.  Our Junior programmes in Malta, England, and Ireland are the only ones where you will interact with English learners of multiple nationalities. (Note: Only our Junior programmes take place in these three countries).   *Full address: Angloville International Ltd (Ireland): St. Mary’s College, Emmet Place, Youghal, Co. Cork, Ireland. Tax Number: 3458878JH. Company Number: 596977.

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Isn’t it nice to have personalised support? This is what Angloville offers throughout our recruitment process, as we believe that it makes the experience quicker and more pleasant.

On your first telephone call with Angloville, you will speak with one of our recruiters who will then guide you throughout the entire process as a personal advisor. This individual will learn all about your specific needs and preferences. They will make sure you receive the very best support, helping you clear up any questions, doubts, or concerns that may arise as quickly as possible.

Your personal advisor is always the best person to contact for any questions or issues.

To reach our office in Poland and in the Philippines: you can always contact your recruiter or send an email to info@angloville.com To meet your fellow Mentors:
  1. you can join our Facebook group Angloville Past Mentors The link can be found in our FAQs
  2.  you can also join our Facebook events created especially for the programme you’ll be participating in.
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A few days before the programme starts, you will receive a brief email reminder including an info packet and the phone number of your programme coordinator. If you have an emergency, change of plans, are running late to the meeting point, or simply have any questions, please use these numbers to get help, or the numbers for our main office: +44 20 3966 4098 (UK) +1 845 402 6193 (US) +61 2 8520 1091 (AUS) If it’s not last minute, let your personal advisor and our office know at info@angloville.com.
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For many years, Angloville has been building a great community of loyal and experienced participants. We have a dedicated Facebook group of Past Participants, which you can find here: https://www.facebook.com/volunteeratangloville We also create Facebook events for each of our programmes where you can meet and share ideas with your fellow participants. This is a great way to make new friends and, for solo travellers in particular, a quick way to find an awesome travel buddy! In addition, Angloville organises a city tour of your departure city the day before the programme starts. This is a great opportunity to break the ice and get to know your fellow participants and programme coordinator. To get started, you can join our Facebook community here. Please note that, due to the legal reasons, we are not able to share the personal data of any of our participants.
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We do not provide visa support of any kind. We also strongly advise you to contact your local embassy of the country you will be visiting for any questions. They will be able to provide you with the most current information about visas, travel restrictions and conditions, and any documents you need before departure. 

Find below a (non-exhaustive) list of links to different embassies:

Warsaw

UK Embassy: click here.

IRL Embassy: Click here.

US Embassy: Click here.

AUS Embassy: Click here.
 

Budapest

UK Embassy: Click here.

IRL Embassy: Click here.

US Embassy: Click here.

AUS Embassy: Click here.  (Vienna, Austria)

Bucharest

UK Embassy: Click here.

IRL Embassy: Click here.

US Embassy: Click here.

AUS Embassy: Click here.  (Athens, Greece)

Malta

British High Commission Malta: Click here.

IRL Embassy: Click here.

US Embassy: Click here.

AUS Embassy: Click here.

We would love to hear your thoughts! By providing your feedback, you give us a chance to learn and improve. This will also show other prospective participants that our programmes are rewarding and that Angloville is a trustworthy organisation. We do everything we can to make sure your experience with Angloville is exceptional, and nothing will convince others that we come through on this commitment better than past participants’ testimonials. If you would like to help others have a rewarding travel experience like you did, write a review! You can share your thoughts on Facebook, Workaway, GoAbroad or HelpX.

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First of all, thank you for all the time you’ve spent with us so far – we’re glad that your experience was as good as ours! Want to come back for more? Great! We can’t wait to see you again! Just reach out to your personal advisor or send us an email at info@angloville.com. You will definitely hear back from us – and there’s no need to submit another application.

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Studies show that cultural exchange programmes can boost our self esteem and benefit our career. People join us because they want to make their travels meaningful, learn something new, and meet incredible people in the process. There are many reasons why our participants join Angloville and keep coming back for more. To name a few: Meet people from all over the world Share your language and culture while simultaneously learning from others Work with people from various cultural & professional backgrounds Develop or refine your teaching skills Expand your professional network Improve your resume Become an AngloTEFL certified teacher Have the experience of a lifetime! Whatever your motivations, we are so happy you are here with us and ready to engage in a meaningful cultural exchange. Welcome aboard!

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No, teaching experience is not mandatory! (However, it is very useful – so if you have it, let us know! If you would like to share your ideas or be a role model for other participants without any background in teaching, we would be very grateful!) The idea of the programme is to create an environment where everyone speaks (or tries to speak) English the entire time. We ask our participants to be personable as well as passionate about sharing ideas and making conversation. Much of your time will be spent having engaging conversations – you never have to deliver a lesson! Our methodologist will provide materials about common mistakes (and how to correct them) that you can use during each speaking session. If you are worried about your lack of experience, you will have a chance to learn basic teaching techniques during the online “Angloville Know-How” training. We have gathered all of the teaching tips and best practices that you need into a one-hour video. Your successful completion of the training is certified by an online test. You will receive the link to the training in an email before your programme. Angloville
If you have decided to join us at Angloville, you are probably a people-person who wants to spend as much time as possible talking with our English-learning participants. This is really the goal of the programme and your main expectation! We ask you to be at each speaking session on time and ready to talk with a positive attitude. Each session has its own structure and materials are prepared in advance. Please use the materials as they are intended to help you run the session and to ensure each English-learner gets as much out of the programme as possible. We offer three programmes that cater to different age groups: kids, juniors and adults. While the timetables and activities are different, the structure of each programme is the same. The first session is called a “personal guidance meeting”. You will work with one local participant Adult editions) or two local participants (Junior programme). Your role will be to assist them while they are working on their presentation (not to do it for them!) and make sure they are ready to talk in front of the entire group at the end of the programme. This will be their public speaking practice. Apart from the personal guidance meeting session, you will also have to hold conversations about different topics. Feel free to bring your own materials, pictures, and ideas! The Kids programmes only have two speaking sessions per day. During these sessions, you can play with the kids, chat, or organise a game. You should enjoy arts and crafts and working with children on various projects. Please remember that safety is our top priority! Always follow your coordinator’s instructions, and, when working with kids, talk to your coordinator about your ideas beforehand.

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We love hearing back from our participants! We want to know if we did a good job and helped you achieve your goals. The more we hear from you, the better our programmes become. Feedback also helps those thinking about joining us. If you are in this group and would like to find out about the experiences others have had, you can check out our Facebook page here, watch interviews with past participants, or check the reviews on Google, GoAbroad and more. People are also constantly sharing their Angloville experiences in publications and blogs. You can find a few of the Check out our video: Angloville
Yes, the programme is free, apart from administration and banking fees (30 EUR will be used for PayPal, bank and admin fees and all Local Eco & Tourism Taxes). Angloville will cover your food and accommodation during the programme. You will be staying in a 3-star hotel in beautiful surroundings, usually about 2 or 3 hours away from the departure city. Feel free to go for a walk during your free time or simply enjoy the hotel grounds and breathe in the clean air of the countryside. You will be provided with at least three meals a day during your stay. Many of our programmes cater to vegetarians, vegans, and other dietary restrictions as well. In addition, Angloville will organise a free city tour the day before the programme starts.

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You’ll likely find that the real question is not how many programmes I should do, but how many I can do! We usually recommend doing three programmes with a week off somewhere in between to allow you to rest. Most of our participants and returning participants sign up for 3-6 weeks during peak seasons. It is your decision whether you complete the programmes you have chosen consecutively or with some time in between. While the majority of our participants complete the three week package within one month, we want to make sure you do whatever will suit your needs best. There are also situations when our participants don’t have time to complete three programmes. If you are working and cannot take that much time off but are thinking of changing your career, you can simply complete just one or two programmes. (NOTE: In this case, the conditions of the programme will be different. To get more information, please check our website.)

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Yes! We understand how frustrating it might be to not know exactly what to expect and how important it is to be well-prepared. Once your application is completed, Angloville will provide you with online training to help you prepare you for your experience. During the programme, you will also receive guidance from your coordinator. If you would like to get additional teacher training, we would recommend the AngloTEFL Scholarship. This 120-hour online course helps you gain some new skills, build your confidence, and get you TEFL-certified!

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If you need help or advice, we are here for you! On the first day of the programme there will be an introduction session during which you will learn about the programme structure and the differences between each type of session. Feel free to ask any questions – we want to make sure that you understand your role and feel comfortable! Every morning, your coordinator will organise a prep-talk for the English-speaking participants. You will receive tips and guidance to make you more effective in your role. If you need any additional help during the programme, our local and NS coordinators are there for you.

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We will provide you with materials, so you are not required to bring your own. But feel free to bring pictures of your hometown, your family and your friends, local traditions, etc., or anything other material you would like. Our participants will be curious about your life and traditions in your home country!

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A refundable confirmation fee of 149 EUR is required to complete your application for the Anglo-TEFL Scholarship. If you choose the three-week programme package, this must be paid in full at the time of application. The non-refundable 50 EUR administration fee must be paid during your recruitment process. Applicants are responsible for claiming their 99 EUR refund within 21 days of completing* the full Scholarship. No refund will be possible after 21 days. *The Anglo-TEFL Scholarship is completed and you can claim your refundable confirmation fee when: You have attended and successfully completed all of your scheduled Angloville programmes You have completed the online component of the Scholarship (i.e., your online TEFL course) You have successfully completed the online training before starting your programme(s)

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AngloTEFL is an opportunity to become a certified “teacher of English as a foreign language”. Our scholarship includes an online course in which you will learn about various teaching techniques that you can then put into practice during your Angloville programmes. Angloville offers you this opportunity in cooperation with Premier TEFL. Upon completion of the course and programmes, you will receive a TEFL certificate. If you want to know more about Anglo-TEFL, please visit our website: https://angloville.com/anglo-tefl-scholarship/

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If you join us for a 3-week package, the majority of the cost of the AngloTEFL certification will be sponsored. The cost: €149 (with a 99 EUR refundable deposit included). In exchange, you will get 210 hours of real-life teaching experience where you can practice your new skills into practice.
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When you join two weeks worth of Angloville programmes, you will get 140 hours of real-life teaching practice  The cost:  €115 (non-refundable deposit)
  • 1 programme

Attending one week of Angloville means completing 70 hours of real-life teaching practice. The cost: €215 (non-refundable deposit)    
The online course is part of our AngloTEFL Scholarship. There are two parts of the Scholarship:
  • online course provided by Premier TEFL
  • in-person teaching practice provided by Angloville.
Premier TEFL is an Irish organisation accredited by TQUK and ACDL. As a part of the Scholarship, you will complete a 120-hour course within 90 days of receiving the code to access your account. The course consists of 10 modules. There is a 10-question test after each module with questions related to the information provided. You will learn about the English language, its history, worldwide usage throughout the years, and how to teach grammar and vocabulary. You will also learn about classroom management and organisation as well as different approaches to teaching various aspects of English as a foreign language.
Our international programmes are available to all participants who have completed at least one Angloville programme in the past. These programmes take place in England, Ireland, Greece, and Malta. You will have a chance to meet English learners from Poland, Hungary, Italy, and France all in one place.  They are slightly different from our standard programmes. They are 10 days in length, you work with English-learners from multiple different countries, and city tours/excursions take place almost every day. We love organising city games for you! Please note that there is no free city tour before these programmes. These programmes are also an opportunity for the English-learning participants to visit other countries. They will likely be visitors just as you are, so you already have something to share and talk about!  These programmes feature: 
  • 10 days in length
  • English learners from different countries
  • City tours/excursions almost every day & city games
  • Single rooms (except for Malta)
  • No free tour before the programme
Our ski programmes combine teaching English with winter fun in the beautiful Polish mountains. You will have a chance to meet people from all over the world, teach English through conversation, and enjoy winter sports.  Please note: you MUST know how to ski to be able to join us.

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It’s recommended but not required to complete an online TEFL course before starting your programme. However, if you happen to make your Angloville booking at the last minute, you probably won’t have time to complete the course beforehand. In these situations, you can do your programmes first and the online course later. Once you apply, you have 90 days to complete the online training.

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In order to extend your 90-day period, you need to contact Premier TEFL, our partner responsible for the online course, directly at info@premiertefl.com.

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If you are a native speaker, you can teach English in Europe, Asia, South America, and the Middle East. The countries listed below tend to have very strict qualifications and hiring standards, so they often don’t accept non-native English teachers:
  • Indonesia
  • Japan
  • Kuwait
  • South Korea
  • Saudi Arabia
  • Taiwan
  • Thailand
  • UAE
  • Vietnam
There are also many websites dedicated to finding TEFL jobs such as tefl.com, eslbase.com and eslcafe.com.

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Our AngloTEFL course is a 120-hour course and you have 90 days to complete it. The time to complete the course varies from student to student and depends on your personal studying style. Some of our participants have managed to complete the course in one weekend while others use the whole 90-day period. There are 10 modules that are each followed by a 10-question test. In order to start the next module, you need to successfully pass the test. Make a plan! Let’s say, for example, you want to study one or two modules a day with a break in between. Find a way that works for you and stick to it. You will complete the course in no time!

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Angloville cannot help you find an in-person teaching position in a physical classroom. However, we are happy to recommend you to one of the many organisations helping teachers find online jobs. There are also countless websites and blogs dedicated to TEFL-certified teachers. Another great way to find a job is by talking to your fellow Angloville participants as many of them work as teachers in various countries and companies. As one of the participants I spoke with told me during the interview, there is no better way to find a good job than by networking. Use our programmes to grow your network and make connections!

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It couldn’t be easier! Just follow the link, fill out the form, and wait for us to get in touch with you: https://angloville.com/reference/  
According to Cambridge Dictionary, a “native speaker” is someone who has spoken a particular language since they were a baby, rather than having learned it as a child or adult. A “native English speaker” refers to someone who has learned and used English from early childhood. It does not necessarily mean that it is the speaker’s only language, but rather that English is and has been their primary means of concept formation and communication.

At Angloville, we create an environment where everyone speaks entirely in English. We invite participants from all over the English-speaking world who are willing to share their language and culture. They come from different professional backgrounds and represent various age groups. They can be social workers, students, teachers, social activists, economists, etc. The age of our participants typically ranges from university age to people of about seventy years old. Since our objective is to expose the local participants to as many different accents and characters as possible, we aim to have a diverse group of interesting people representing different environments with lots of experience and stories to tell. Would you love to share your culture and converse with non-English speakers as they practice their language skills? Then the ideal English-speaking participant certainly might be you!


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Local participants are English learners that attend the programme in order to improve their English language skills. We have programmes in Poland, Romania, Hungary, and Czech Republic. If your destination country is Poland, then you will meet Polish participants. The programmes vary from country to country due to differences in the local culture and history, but they all have one aspect in common: the participants’ pride in their country and culture! Be ready to have deep and meaningful conversations and learn about the country you’re in directly from the people that live there.

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Angloville is an English immersion programme. We want to create a small village where everyone can understand everyone. The aim of the programme is to get the participants out of their shells and make sure they start actually using the language they are learning at school and/or in private lessons. The best way to make this happen is to have them avoid using their native language and force them to reprogramme. Even if you speak the native language of the country you are visiting, please do not share your secret!

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Native Speaker Coordinator – she/he will be your first point of contact. The individual in this role explains your responsibilities during the programme and the rules you are required to follow. If you have any questions/issues during the program, please ask your NS Coordinator. Local Coordinator – she/he is the first point of contact for the local participants. This individual will explain the rules and make sure that everyone speaks English. The coordinator will prepare materials, speaking session lists, and will sort out any issues and last minute requirements. Although they may seem invisible to the native speaking participants, their role is very important!
 
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When enrolling in Angloville programme, you have two options:
  • join as a regular English-speaking participant
  • sign up for the AngloTEFL Scholarship & become a certified teacher
As a regular English-speaking participant, you can join us for as many programmes as you wish. But please, remember to take some time off between the programmes as they are very intense! It is common for participants to join us for three weeks to visit various cities and countries and meet many people from all over the world in the process. As a trainee teacher, you will get the best deal if you join us for three weeks. Please, check our website for the AngloTEFL Scholarship T&Cs.

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Well, we all have different needs and expectations. There are countless reasons why participants choose to join us. For some, interacting with locals is the most important aspect of their participation, while others just want to meet as many new people as possible. Some might have a list of European cities they want to visit and would like to tick off their bucket lists affordably. Others still might have a goal of becoming a TEFL-certified teacher and kicking off a new career.   You may also want to ask yourself which age group you would most enjoy working with. Would you rather run around and play hide and seek or sit down and have an in-depth conversation? Please speak to one of our recruiters if you are in doubt! We will be happy to guide you through the different programme options and help you make the right decision for you. We will also help you decide which the best destination and duration would be best.  

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The extended edition is one of our longer programmes. It lasts 8-9 days and consists of two parts: a weekend program, often including a group of business professionals, focused on business English, and a week-long program with a separate group of participants. These programmes start on Friday afternoon (though a free city tour is offered the day before). We meet you on Friday morning at around 9 or 10 AM, so it would be best for you to arrive in the departure city on Thursday afternoon. If you prefer not to join us for the city tour, you can arrive on Friday morning. Just make sure you will arrive at the meeting point in time! The first group of students will arrive at the hotel with you and will stay there until Sunday evening. They are very often business professionals focused on improving their speaking skills, negotiations, or discussions. On Monday morning, a new group will arrive and will stay at the hotel until Saturday afternoon. (You will spend that Sunday evening at the hotel – you don’t have to go back to the departure city! This will give you time to relax before the new group arrives.)

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Some of our participants want to combine learning English with some family fun. This is why we have introduced a Family Programme – a special edition dedicated to the entire family! The idea and structure is exactly the same. Parents will come with their children to spend time together, have fun, and learn English at the same time. The whole group will have meals and some of the activities together. Speaking sessions, however, are seperated by age group. So, if you choose to join an Adult programme, you will not have to work with the kids, and vice versa. There is a field trip organised for the whole group on Wednesday and a family talent show on Thursday night.

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During your stay, you will be involved in many speaking sessions as well as a variety of group activities. This can include indoor and outdoor games, problem-solving projects, or creative activities. Your day will start with breakfast followed by a speaking session, lunch, free time, more sessions and activities in the afternoon, and dinner. At the last session, you will participate in an entertainment hour (Adult programme) or social time (Junior and Kids programmes).

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Many of you ask these questions: “how long is the day?”, “how many hours will I work?”, etc.  Since it’s a kind of active holiday for you, we want to make sure that you get that leisure vibe as well! We have worked hard to create a timetable that will fulfil all of your needs. You will have a chance to participate in a meaningful cultural exchange and enjoy yourself! You will be interacting with English learners for about 4 hours between breakfast and lunch and for another 4 hours in the afternoon. It does not necessarily mean having conversations only. We will be playing games, organising group activities, etc.  You will enjoy 1,5 hours of free time each afternoon during which you can use the hotel facilities such as a pool, spa, outdoor activities, etc.

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Adult programme: You will be spending time with adults who want to improve their speaking skills. Each day of the programme you will have one session called a “personal guidance  meeting” with the same participant. You will also have five 50-minute long one-on-one speaking sessions and activities. In total, there will be 6 hours of speaking sessions and two hours of group activities.

  Junior programme: You will have a 50-minute “personal guidance meeting” with the same local participants each day. Afterwards, you will be leading two hours of two-on-one speaking sessions and two hours of one-on-one speaking sessions. There are also lots of activities and outdoor games planned!

Kids programme: You will work with 4 to 6 kids during the day. There are more outdoor games and team activities than speaking sessions. Twice a day you will have speaking sessions which will last for 50 minutes each. We would ask you to prepare your own activities and ideas, however, if you run out of topics to discuss, your coordinator will be there to help you. All our days are planned around various themes and the Polish and native speaker coordinators will be leading the sessions. Your role will be to support the kids in the learning process and making sure that it is done in a fun environment.

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Angloville programmes are very intense but also very dynamic so you won’t get bored or exhausted. Depending on the programme (Adult, Junior, or Kids), you will be asked to spend the entire day with the group during sessions and mealtimes. There is a free time slot after lunch that usually lasts for 1,5 hours. During free time, you can use the hotel facilities such as pools, spa, outdoor activities, etc. After the last activity ends at 21:30, you will have social time. You can use it to socialise with your fellow participants, work, or read in your room or enjoy some well-deserved rest.  

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CELTA Course & Qualification

Yes – as long as your English is at a near-native level. You need to be able to complete all written assignments and teaching practice requirements to the University of Cambridge standards. We advise that non-native speakers have a language level of IELTS 7 (or equivalent).

  • Age 18+
  • Standard of education equivalent to that required for entry into higher education
  • Excellent command of English (minimum CEFR Level of C1)

Due to the quality of the course, the cost is higher than the TEFL course. However, it is possible to get funding! Please, check with your government about whether they offer this type of help. If you live abroad, you can also be eligible for financial help in the country you live in or in the country in which you plan on doing the CELTA course. 

You may also be interested in these pages or articles:

  • Our CELTA course page here
  • Our article “4 Reasons You Should Take the CELTA Course with Angloville” here

Yes, but it usually means that you will not get a refund. In some special cases, your institution may allow you to change the date of your course. 

CELTA is designed as an entry-level qualification for trainees with little experience. However, many experienced teachers have taken the qualification in order to improve their teaching skills, provide them with a professional qualification, and improve their overall confidence and English Language Teaching knowledge.

The CELTA absolutely qualifies you to teach children as many of the skills and techniques you will learn can be adapted for use with children. We also run a workshop near the end of the course where we look at the various techniques used specifically for children. The demand for teachers of young learners is very strong, and a CELTA will undoubtedly put you in a position to teach children overseas!

With a CELTA, you can teach anywhere in the world, with the exception of countries where English is the native language. It’s not impossible to get jobs in these countries, but it isn’t what the CELTA qualification was designed for.

No, there is no exam. 

  • You will teach 6 hours of assessed teaching practice across 8 lessons
  • You will complete 4 assignments.
  • You must attend and participate in 100% of the course
  • All centres are inspected by Cambridge University and subject to an annual approval process
  • Every course is visited by an external assessor from Cambridge University
  • Every centre is assigned a Joint Chief Assessor who monitors standards at the centre
  • Cambridge University validates the qualifications and experience of every CELTA trainer as well as oversees the comprehensive training that new CELTA trainers receive
  • Cambridge University implements Standardisation Meetings for centres, trainers, assessors, and Joint Chief Assessors
  • Procedures exist for trainees to raise issues of concern with Cambridge University via the centre

According to Cambridge, almost 12,000 candidates take the CELTA course annually, of which 3-5% fail. In 2020, ITTC, our training centre partner, had a 100% pass rate as online CELTA students were better prepared and trained  for the new challenges the arose with the worldwide situation. 

Travel with Angloville

We recommend arriving at least one day before the start of your programme to attend the free city tour. We also suggest that you arrive in the capital city of the country where the programme is organised (Warsaw, Budapest, Prague, or Bucharest). Travelling between the main cities in the countries where the programmes are organised is easy, stress free and affordable. In many cases, you will not have to book your bus or train seat in advance.  Please, be aware that we do not offer the airport transfers and the Angloville bus will pick you up from the meeting point on the first day of the programme. The exact timing and location will be emailed to you a few weeks before the start date. We also advise you to book your return flight the day after the programme ends. This will give you a chance to get some rest before heading home and spend one last evening with your fellow English-speaking participants. 

To sum up: 

  • If you want to join the free city tour – we suggest arriving one day before the programme by 9:30AM, as most tours begin at 10AM
  • If you do not want to join the city tour – we still suggest you arrive one day before the programme because our buses usually leave early in the morning the day the programme begins, between 6AM and 11AM

The free city tour is our way of saying thank you for joining us on your programme. Many of you travel to Poland, Hungary, or Romania for sightseeing as well as our programmes. We want to address your needs or plans – hence, the city tour. Joining the tour isn’t mandatory, but it is strongly recommended! In addition to seeing the city, it will give you a chance to meet your fellow participants, ask questions, and get some support if needed! The tour usually starts between 10:00 AM and 12:00 PM and ends with a nice cup of coffee with plenty of room for more chatting. 

Keep in mind that your lodging is not covered for the evening after the tour in our departure cities. Your free accommodation begins the following day upon arrival at the Angloville venue.





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We are more than happy to provide you with suggestions or travel tips, but you need to make all of your bookings yourself.



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No, Angloville does not provide flights or transport to the departure city of your chosen programme. 

Here are some tips on budget travel: 

  • You can compare cheap flights on websites like www.skyscanner.com or www.kayak.com
  • Budget airlines that typically fly to our departure cities are: Wizzair, RyanAir, EasyJet. If you book early, you may find a really good deal!  
  • If travelling between cities, check out commuting apps such as blablacar, which connect with people travelling to the same destination. People sign up to offer rides at discounted prices to those who need it. You can check the drivers’ reviews and credentials on their profile to be sure that you will travel in ease and comfort at a low rate. 
  • Alternatively you can find cheap bus travel with companies like Flixbus, Ecolines, LuxExpress, LeoExpress. These companies cover long journeys across Europe for budget prices. Again, booking early is the name of the game!

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We provide you with transportation by bus between the departure city and the venue. You will receive the day, time and meeting point by email about 2-3 weeks prior to the programme start date. On the morning of the first day of the programme, we will pick up the whole group from the meeting point and aim to arrive at the venue just in time for lunch. On the last day of the programme, the Angloville bus will come to pick you up and take you back to the departure city.

 If you are thinking about combining multiple cultural exchange programmes to visit other Central European cities, you will be responsible for booking your transportation between each departure city. Arranging the travel is quite easy and can be done both online and at the ticket office.


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Yes. We advise you to arrive a day before the programme starts, which means you will have to book the accommodation yourself. Angloville only provides you with accommodation for the duration of your programme. If you decide to complete a three-week package with Angloville, booking the accommodation between the programmes will also be your responsibility. We suggest you use Couchsurfing (for a free accommodation), HostelWorld and Booking.com (for a bed in a dorm or a cheap hotel deal), or AirBnB (for a private room or a flat to share). 

We also have some great partner hotels in a number of departure cities. Check out our offers click here.


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We are glad to hear that you would like to prepare for your journey and the experience in advance. Working with well-organised participants helps the recruiters and shows that you are the perfect fit for our programmes. We will send all the details about each of your programmes about 2-3 weeks before they start. The meeting points for the city tour and the departure will not be the same, and it will be your decision whether you book your accommodation near the city centre or the departure point. However, we recommend the city centre as a convenient area for both enjoying the city the day before and making sure you arrive in time for the departure the next day. 

Here are some partner hotels that are located right in the heart of the city: click here.


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Compare cheap accommodation for before and after your programme on websites such as Hostelworld, Hostels.com, and Booking.com. Angloville has partner hostels in cities such as Budapest and Warsaw. If you want a central location close to Angloville meeting points for a good price, check out Warsaw Hostel Centrum – Warsaw. If you’re in Budapest, you can stay at Marco Polo Ho(s)tel, Maverick City Lodge, or Wombat’s Hostel. 

You can find more information about these hostels on our partner hostels page:  click here.

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  • The Foundation does not cover personal expenses. The cost of living in Central Europe is probably lower than in your country. It is advised you travel with your Visa/Mastercard credit card, since most stores, restaurants, hotels, and public organisations are likely to accept this method of payment. However, we advise you to bring some cash with you for small expenses: 

    • Poland: at least 350 PLN
    • Hungary: at least 30 000 HUF
    • Czech Republic: at least 2 000 CZK
    • Romania: at least 350 RON 

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As much as we would like to help you, due to the number of participants, we are not able to pick you up from the airport. This is why we have designated meeting points. However, we would be glad to give you some tips about taxis, shuttles, public transport (bus, train) from the airport to the city centre or meeting point. Feel free to ask your recruiter or local coordinator.    

NOTE: Angloville does not cover your transportation from the airport/train station to the meeting point.



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Angloville programmes create an illusion of being away from Poland or Hungary as we only speak English. However, the weather will not change, and you should make sure you pack clothes that are suitable for local conditions. At the same time, we want everyone to feel relaxed while learning and teaching, so casual and comfortable clothes are the best choice. As you will share your room, we suggest that you bring pyjamas or sleeping attire. We will send out all the packing details about 2-3 weeks before your programme starts, and we always make sure to give you enough information about the weather as well as the customs in each country. In addition, some venues have a pool, a sauna, or a spa, so don’t forget your swimming suit! We have a strict policy regarding personal hygiene. The venue and/or Angloville reserves the right to decline access to the facilities (or even to the programme) to any participants breaking the hygiene code.



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Seasons here may be quite different from your country. We send out all the packing details 2-3 weeks before your programme starts. For more information, please check out the “WHAT’S THE DRESS CODE?” FAQ section.

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Requirements

The age requirements vary depending on the programme. To join us at the Adult programme, you would need to be over 25 years old. To participate in the Junior and Kids programmes, you need to be ideally between 18 and 35 years old. The reason for the age requirements is very simple. We have noticed that participants usually enjoy the programmes more when they are with their peers.  Generally, the participants are 20-25 years old on Junior and Kids programmes and 35-55 years old on the Adult programmes.

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Last-minute participants are those who are available to join the programme 5 days before the programme starts. We understand that all of us find ourselves in certain circumstances where there is a will or a need for change. If you think and feel that the “last minute participant” term applies to you, please get in touch with us directly and let us know at info@angloville.com. We would really appreciate your participation and readiness to join us on such short notice!



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The deposit is a mandatory requirement to participate in an Angloville programme. It is also a way of showing your commitment. In order to book your spot, Angloville will ask you to transfer us a refundable 129 EUR deposit. Don’t worry – this is just a security deposit. Once you have successfully completed our programme, Angloville will refund you 99 EUR (30 EUR will be used for PayPal, bank and admin fees, and all Local Eco & Tourism Taxes).

Angloville doesn’t own the hotels where the programmes are organised and, in case of any no-shows or last minute cancellations, we still have to cover the costs of the participants’ stay. To avoid such situations, we hold the deposit which you receive until the end of the programme.

Please be aware that you need to successfully complete the short Angloville Know-How training before joining the programme as well as the programme itself.

Of course! We all know that travelling with a friend will roughly divide the expenses by two. Join us with a friend, partner, or a relative to share the costs and the experience. We would love to hear from your friend if he or she is a native English speaker as well. All they need to do is submit their application online and let us get in touch with them. The majority of participants who join us with their friends will share a room at the venues. Before you make any arrangements, please get in touch with us to check availability.

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Of course you can! Sharing this experience with someone close to you will double the benefits. The support you can get and fun shared is invaluable. Since we value the experience of being together above anything, there couldn’t be a better match!  Please note that the minimum age to join Angloville programmes is 18, and for legal reasons we cannot accept underage participants.


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People with disabilities are welcome to join us, as long as their disability does not prevent them from fulfilling their role as English-speaking participants. However, not all our venues are adjusted to accommodate people with disabilities and we need to know about your disability in order to find the best venue for you. Your personal advisor will be glad to advise you on the most suitable venues.


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Documentation

While three weeks might not seem like much, we have based the requirement on our experience and are sure that it gives you plenty of time to gather and submit your documents. Also, by sending all your documents in on time, you confirm your participation as well as demonstrate that you are a responsible and trustworthy participant. 



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Your role will revolve around sharing your language and culture with young people. Therefore, we ask you to provide us with a professional reference. That would be a reference or recommendation confirming your qualification for the position. People who can provide the reference should be able to attest to your work ethic and skills. Letters of reference are usually provided by professors, teachers, or employers.


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We require you to purchase health and travel insurance. If you become unwell, we will do our best to ensure that you receive the appropriate medical attention in line with your health insurance. For EU nationals, please obtain a European Health Insurance Card from your GP. If you are travelling from outside of the EU, please check the requirements with health and travel insurance providers in your country.


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Providing a clear criminal record check is a legal requirement when working with minors in Europe. We need to make sure we are creating a safe environment for our participants, so we reserve the right to ask for a background check from our Adult programmes participants as well. The background check requirement is a key part of the Health & Safety and Youth Protection Policy. Please allow sufficient time to acquire the document before departure as processing times may vary depending on your country of origin. The document must be issued in English (or with a certified English translation) and have been made within 6 months of your arrival date. Angloville has identified a few organisations that may help you obtain your criminal background check quickly. Note that Angloville bears no responsibility for the quality of the service provided, please use your own judgement.   

USEFUL LINKS:

  • USA – https://www.sentrylink.com/web/criminal-check.action
  • Canada – http://www.backcheck.net/criminalrecordchecks.htm
  • UK – https://www.mygov.scot/basic-disclosure/apply-for-basic-disclosure/ (this one is for Scotland and should be https://www.gov.uk/request-copy-criminal-record)
  • AUS – https://policecheckexpress.com.au/individuals/
  • NZ – https://www.justice.govt.nz/criminal-records/get-your-own/

IMPORTANT: Without the proof of a clear background/DBS check, we will reject your participation in a Junior and/or Kid’s programme with no deposit refund or compensation of any kind.



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As an English-speaking participant, you want to make a difference and engage in cultural exchange. As much as we appreciate your participation and are very thankful, there are logistical aspects involved. We book your spot at the chosen venue, send dietary requirements, and book your spot on the free city tour. Sending us your travel booking confirmation shows your commitment and readiness. It is a clear sign that you will definitely join us.

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We do not offer any help at getting a visa. We can send a letter as a supporting document, but we cannot guarantee that you will receive the visa.

If you live in a country that requires a visa, please get in touch with your local embassy of your destination country. They will be able to give you the most up to date information about the visa process, travel restrictions and conditions, and the type documents you need to have ready before flying. Find a non-exhaustive list of embassy offices in different cities:

Warsaw

UK Embassy: click here.

IRL Embassy: Click here.

US Embassy: Click here.

AUS Embassy: Click here.
 

Budapest

UK Embassy: Click here.

IRL Embassy: Click here.

US Embassy: Click here.

AUS Embassy: Click here.  (Vienna, Austria)

Bucharest

UK Embassy: Click here.

IRL Embassy: Click here.

US Embassy: Click here.

AUS Embassy: Click here.  (Athens, Greece)

Malta

British High Commission Malta: Click here.

IRL Embassy: Click here.

US Embassy: Click here.

AUS Embassy: Click here.


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According to www.gov.uk, if there is a deal, there will be no changes to how you enter the EU or Iceland, Liechtenstein, Norway, and Switzerland. You will continue to be able to travel or work without a visa during this time. If there’s no deal, you will not need a visa for short trips, according to European Commission proposals. You could stay for up to 90 days in any 180-day period. In case you require more information about travelling after Brexit, please, visit: https://www.gov.uk/visit-europe-brexit

Additional links: 


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It couldn’t be easier! Just follow the link, fill out the form, and wait for us to get in touch with you: https://angloville.com/reference/ . You will receive the reference within a week

To firmly book your spot, Angloville will ask you to transfer us a refundable 129 EUR deposit. Don’t worry, this is just a security deposit. Once you have successfully completed our programme, Angloville will refund you 99 EUR (30 EUR will be used for PayPal, bank and admin fees and all Local Eco & Tourism Taxes). 

When you complete your programme(s), you have 21 days to let your recruiter know that you want your deposit refunded. The refund will be transferred to the account you initially used to pay the deposit with. In case your card has expired/lost/blocked etc., we will send the refund to your PayPal account. Note that fees may be charged by PayPal.

Please be aware that you need to successfully complete the short Angloville Know-How training before joining the programme.

Deposit

Since we are booking accommodation and food in a partner hotel for you for 1-3 weeks, we require a 129 EUR refundable confirmation fee for the Junior, Kids, and a selection of Adult programmes to confirm your spot. The fee (30 EUR will be used for PayPal, bank and admin fees and all Local Eco & Tourism Taxes) is refundable upon completion of your programme. It must be paid within 3 days. All payments must be made electronically in EUR via a link provided by Angloville in the confirmation email. The refundable confirmation fee must be paid in full at the time of confirming your spot by a payment link. Angloville is unable to confirm your participation without it. Participants are responsible for claiming the 99 EUR refund within 21 days of completing the full placement, after 21 days no refund is possible. The placement is completed and you can claim your refundable confirmation fee back when:

  1. You attended and successfully completed all Angloville programmes you were scheduled for.
  2. You completed all activities, adhered to the local law, adhered to present Terms and Conditions, including but not limited to, the health and safety regulations.
  3. In case of Junior programmes, you adhered to the Youth Protection Policy described below.

The refundable confirmation fee will be refunded to the same bank account or card from which it was paid.  



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Angloville is always happy to have you on board! Your  time spent with us is priceless.  Hopefully you are as excited as we are! At the same time, we understand that sometimes people have to change their plans. If you need to change yours and would like to cancel your participation, please let us know well in advance.

 Our policy: 

within 14 days of the deposit payment date, a full refund will be given provided that your cancelled placement does not start in the next 30 days and/or you have not received  your Angloville training access. In the case of AngloTEFL applicants – a full refund is applicable only if you have not used the voucher provided by Angloville to access the online TEFL training.

 –  14 days after the deposit payment date until 3 months before the placement start date: a 40% cancellation fee will be deducted from the deposit amount paid.

3 months before the placement start date and during the placement: no refund. 

Once the placement begins, if any participant, due to any reason, informs the coordinator about decreasing the duration or leaving the programme early, no portion of the amount of the deposit will be refunded. In the event of a date change and a further cancellation of placement requested by the applicant, ‘the beginning of placement’ is understood as the originally reserved dates by the applicant.

To book your spot, Angloville will ask you to transfer us a refundable 129 EUR deposit. Don’t worry, this is just a security deposit. Once you have successfully completed our programme, Angloville will refund you 99 EUR (30 EUR will be used for PayPal, bank and admin fees and all Local Eco & Tourism Taxes). 

When you complete your programme(s), you have 21 days to let your recruiter know that you want your deposit refunded. The refund will be transferred to the account you initially used to pay the deposit with. In the event that your card has expired/been lost/been blocked etc., we will refund you on a PayPal account. Note that fees may be charged by PayPal.

Please be aware that you need to successfully complete the short Angloville Know-How training before joining the programme.

For applications from 1st October 2020, a refundable confirmation fee of 149 EUR is required to complete your application for the Anglo-TEFL Scholarship if you choose the three week programme package. This must be paid in full at time of applying – a  50 EUR administration fee is applicable during your recruitment process. Participants are responsible for claiming the 99 EUR refundable element within 21 days of completing* the full Scholarship, after 21 days no refund is possible. 

You can claim your refundable confirmation fee back when:

  1. You attended and successfully completed all Angloville programmes you were scheduled for.
  2. You completed the online component of the Scholarship: your online TEFL course.
  3. You completed all activities, adhered to the local law, adhered to present Terms and Conditions, including but not limited to, the health and safety regulations.
  4. In case of Junior programmes, you adhered to the Youth Protection Policy described below.
  5. You successfully complete the Know-How training and test provided by Angloville the day you paid the deposit.

For further information, please check our Terms and Conditions here.

Infopack & Travel Assistance

The infopack is our document which will provide you with all the necessary information you need in order to organise your stay and safely arrive in the country. This document is issued for each programme you have signed for and it is specific: you will find all information about the meeting points and timings. We send them out about 2-3 weeks prior to the start date of your programme. If you are a last-minute participant, don’t hesitate to ask for your infopack from your personal advisor. We have an online general info pack about Poland on our website, which gathers local tips and travel advice – in other words: all you need to know before travelling: click here.

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We recommend arriving at least one day before the start of the programme to find your way in the country and the city. Please arrive in the capital city. Arriving a day earlier will also give you a chance to attend the free city tour. Attendance is not mandatory, yet we strongly recommend it. Apart from sightseeing, you may get an early introduction to the English speaking group you’ll be spending your week with. Similarly, we advise you to book your return ticket the day after the programme ends. It would be a chance to get some rest before flying back home and spend one last evening with your fellow mentors.  Travelling between the main cities in the countries where the programmes are organised is easy, stress free and affordable. In many cases you will not have to book your seat well in advance.  Please be aware that we do not offer airport transfers and the Angloville bus will pick you up from the meeting point on the first day of the programme. The exact timing and the address will be emailed to you about a few weeks before the start date. To sum up: 
  • If you want to join the free city tour – we advise arriving one day before the program, before 9:30 am as most tours begin at 10 am.
  • If you do not want to join the city tour – we still advise arriving one day before the programme starts because Angloville buses usually leave in the morning, between 6 am and 11 am.

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The meeting points are usually in the city centres, near a public transport stop (tram, bus, metro). You will receive all the details 2-3 weeks before the start of your programme in an infopack. If you want your accommodation to be close to your meeting point(s), we recommend the city centre.

The meeting points are usually in the city centre near a public transportation stop (tram, bus, metro). You will receive all the details 2-3 weeks before the start of your programme in an infopack. If you want your accommodation(s) to be close to your meeting point(s), we recommend booking a place in the city centre. Compare cheap accommodation for before and after your programme on sites such as Hostelworld, Hostels.com, and Booking.com. Angloville has partner hostels in cities such as Budapest and Warsaw. If you want a central location close to Angloville meeting points for a good price, check out Warsaw Hostel Centrum – Warsaw; or if you’re in Budapest you can stay at Marco Polo Ho(s)tel, Maverick City Lodge or Wombat’s Hostel. You can find more information about these hostels on our partner Hostels website.



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Our Angloville buses usually leave in the morning between 6AM and 11AM. We send out all of the details in an infopack 2-3 weeks before your programme starts. Therefore, we advise you to arrive the day before the programme starts. If your programme starts on Friday, the bus may leave around 4PM. In this case, the free city tour takes place on the same day in the morning.  IMPORTANT: Please, consult your personal advisor before you book your travel.

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On the first day of the programme, the Angloville Bus leaves the city between 9:00 AM – 11:00 AM depending on the location of the hotel venue. You can check the Angloville venues here. Generally, you should be in the base city at 8:00 AM at the latest on the first day of the programme. Please note that detailed information about the meeting point and exact time of departure will be sent to you around 3 weeks before the programme starts. 

Example:

  • 24-29 January (Chojnik Hotel, dep. from Wrocław)
  • The Angloville Bus leaves Wrocław city centre at 10:00 AM on the 24th of January, which means you shall get to the venue at around 1:00 PM.

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The same bus which brought you to the venue will come and pick you up on the last day of the programme. We will leave the venue just after the  last speaking sessions and lunch around 1:00 PM. It means that we should be back in the city between 4:00 PM and 6:00 PM at the meeting point we initially departed from on the first day of the programme. Please be aware that, due to traffic or unforeseen circumstances, the journey may take a little longer. Therefore we recommend leaving the next day or no sooner than 11.00 PM. Example:

  • 24-29 January (Chojnik Hotel, dep. from Wrocław)
  • The Angloville Bus leaves Chojnik Hotel at 1:00 PM on the 29th of January, which means you shall get to the Wrocław city centre at around 4:00 PM.

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In some cases, this may be a possibility, however, you will need to discuss this with your personal advisor. You will need to organise the travel to the venue yourself and at your own cost. Angloville will require a 3-week notice to accommodate this request.

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In some cases, this may be a possibility, but you will need to discuss it with your personal recruiter. You also will need to organise your own travel back to the starting city, at your own cost. Angloville will require a 3-week notice to accommodate this request.


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Meals & Accommodation

Meat is an important part of the Central European diet, with pork being the most popular. We love sausages and ham but will happily eat a variety of beef dishes as well. These will be served with potatoes or rice. To make sure we get our “five a day”, we always add carrots, red cabbage, beetroot salads, or just types of leaf salads as a side dish. Coleslaw is also quite popular. Here are some most popular dishes:

  • Poland: pierogi, żurek, bigos, zapiekanka
  • Hungary: lángos, gulyás, kürtőskalács, palacsinta
  • Czech Republic: knedliky, svičková, smažený sýr, cibulačká
  • Romania: sarmale, ciorbă de burtă

Are you vegetarian? Vegan? Gluten free? In case of allergies or diet restrictions, please contact your personal advisor and we will help you select the destinations and venues that can best accommodate your needs.  


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We provide vegetarian and vegan options at most of our venues. Depending on the country and the venue, the options and meals served will vary. Although we try to accommodate our participants the best we can, the vegan option is not available in all countries. If you require a specific diet please contact your recruiter well in advance and discuss the available options.

Halal and kosher food are not common options in Central Europe and they are rarely available, so we recommend choosing the vegetarian option.

You can. Please, let us know about your allergies as soon as possible so that we are able to make sure you will not be exposed to the allergen. In case of allergy or restricted diet, please contact your personal advisor and we will help you to select the destinations and the venues that can best accommodate your needs.

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Depending on the type of the programme you will be attending, the conditions will be different.

  • Adult programme: a lot of our participants will have a glass of wine or beer at dinner to enjoy their evening meal. It is also very common to socialise after the last session at the venue’s bar or restaurant. Please make sure that drinking alcohol does not affect your commitment to the programme.
  • Junior and Kids programmes: in accordance with European law, Angloville has a strict alcohol and substance abuse policy. As you will be working with minors, alcohol and drugs are strictly prohibited. Angloville will expel any offender from the programme at his/her own cost.

NOTE: Please read our terms & conditions here.

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The aim of the Angloville programme is to create an environment where we all feel that we are living in the same village and are a part of a society. There are two steps Angloville has undertaken in order to achieve this effect.  First of all, we want you to see the authentic heart of the host country and enjoy beautiful landscapes; secondly, we want to organise a language immersion experience where all participants speak English, far away from any  distractions. Our venues are thus located in the countryside, between 1 to 3 hours away from the departure city. Don’t worry about getting there – the Angloville bus will pick you up and take you to the venue and back.  

Yes! You can use any of the hotel facilities that are free of charge (i.e., swimming pools, tennis courts at some hotels, football pitches, volleyball courtes, etc.). Please speak to the hotel’s reception about any of the paid facilities. Your coordinator will be able to help if you have any questions.


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Our venues are comfortable 3- or 4-star hotels located in the countryside and surrounded by beautiful landscapes (mountains, forests, lakes, etc). They all offer a variety of facilities that will make your stay enjoyable: outdoor pools, sport pitches (tennis, golf, etc.), sauna, spa, games room, etc. You can find a short description of your hotel with a link to their website here: click here.


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Yes. During an Adult programme, you will be sharing your room with another English-speaking participant of the same gender and similar age. During a Kids and/or Junior programme, you will be sharing your room with 1-2 other participant(s) of the same gender and similar age.  

IMPORTANT: In some venues, it is possible to request a single room, but you will have to contact us first as we need to check with the hotel and you will have to pay the difference.


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This is an option at some venues, although we cannot guarantee anything as it depends on the availability of single rooms. You will have to contact us first and, if the room is available, pay the difference.

Offers & Benefits

  • Free accommodation for all action-packed days (twin rooms with private bathrooms, a small percentage of rooms in certain hotels can occasionally be triple).
  • Free food (3 meals at minimum)
  • A free walking tour (lunch included if possible) of the starting city
  • Free transportation from the starting city to the venue and back
  • Invaluable experience with local professionals / youth from Central and Eastern Europe
  • English mentor experience and programme completion certificate after each programme 
  • Letter of recommendation
  • Opportunity to become TEFL qualified via Anglo-TEFL Scholarship


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  • Free accommodation for all action-packed days (twin rooms with private bathrooms, a small percentage of rooms in certain hotels can occasionally be triple).
  • Free food (3 meals at minimum)
  • A free walking tour (lunch included if possible) of the departure city
  • Free transportation from the starting city to the venue and back
  • Invaluable experience with local professionals / youth from Central and Eastern Europe
  • English teaching experience and programme completion certificate after each programme 
  • Letter of recommendation
  • Opportunity to become TEFL qualified via the AngloTEFL Scholarship

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  • Extra expenses (souvenirs, bar expenses, etc.) during the programme
  • Any accommodation before the programme and after, should you require it
  • Any flights to and from a starting city, and back home
  • Any transportation between the departure cities 
  • Travel and health insurance (mandatory). For EU nationals, please obtain a European Health Insurance Card from your GP.

The opportunities offered by Angloville are unpaid cultural exchange experiences. In exchange for your participation, you will get: 

  • Shared accommodation in a minimum 3-star hotel, in a twin or apartment style room depending on the venue
  • Three meals a day
  • Free transport to and from the venue in the countryside
  • A free city tour around Warsaw, Wroclaw, Poznań, Budapest, Bucharest or Prague (depending on the starting point of your particular programme)
  • English teaching experience & programme completion certificate after each programme 
  • Letter of recommendation
  • Opportunity to become TEFL qualified via the AngloTEFL Scholarship.


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Health & Safety

You can. Please, let us know about your allergy as soon as possible so that we are able to make sure you will not be exposed to the allergen. In case of allergy or restricted diet, please contact your personal advisor and we will help you to select the destinations and the venues that can accommodate your needs at the best.

If you become unwell, we will do our best to ensure that you receive the appropriate medical attention in line with your health insurance. Bear in mind that personal health insurance is mandatory. If you are a European citizen, you can ask for a European Health Insurance Card. We can advise this website: https://www.nhs.uk/

People with disabilities are welcome to join us, as long as their disability does not prevent them from fulfilling their role as a participant. However, not all our venues are adjusted to accommodate people with disabilities and we need to know about your disability in order to find the best venue for you. Your personal recruiter will be glad to advise you on the most suitable venues.

  • Depending on the type of the programme you will be attending the conditions will be different.

    • Adult programme: a lot of our participants will have a glass of wine or beer with their evening meal. It is also very common to socialise after the last session at the hotel’s restaurant. Please make sure that drinking alcohol does not affect your commitment and the programme).
    • Junior and Kids programmes: in accordance with European law, Angloville has a strict alcohol & substance abuse policy. As you will be working with minors, alcohol & drugs are strongly prohibited. Angloville will expel any offender from the programme at his/her own cost.

    NOTE: Please read our Terms & Conditions carefully here.


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Angloville programmes are a place of tolerance and mutual understanding: we value cultural differences, international friendships, and communication. We do not discriminate against anyone because of their beliefs, political views, gender, nationality, race, sexual orientation, etc. As long as your beliefs are not harmful, they are no concern of ours. However, please keep in mind that if you have any special requirements, we may not be able to meet them, especially if your beliefs are not common in the country you will be visiting during the programme.


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We do not tolerate bullying. Participants who bully other people will be expelled from our programmes and will not be considered for any future programmes. 

IMPORTANT: If you witness bullying during your programme, it is your moral duty as an adult in charge of underage participants to inform the coordinators as soon as possible.


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As a participant, you are an adult in charge of minors and a role model for the local participat. You are an educator, and, as such, you cannot tolerate racist, sexist, homophobic, or explicit jokes or bullying of any sort. If you witness any kind of inappropriate behaviour, please contact your coordinator.  At Angloville, we go the mile to make sure that you are taken care of and that you are in a safe environment. If you are not happy with the coordinator’s approach, email us at info@angloville.com




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We do our best to make your stay with us satisfactory. However, if you are unhappy about any aspect of the programme or your experience, please approach your coordinator to discuss the issues. 

If you are not satisfied with the outcome of the conversation, please contact your personal advisor or send your feedback to feedback@angloville.com

Career

Angloville does not help you find a job as a teacher. However, we would be glad to provide you with a letter of recommendation: this can be easily obtained from our website. Upon completion of your programmes, please visit REFERENCE LETTER REQUEST, fill out the form, and submit.  

In addition, coordinators will give you a programme certificate after each successfully completed Angloville programme.

Finally, there are websites dedicated to TEFL certified teachers, such as https://www.tefl.com/ You can also talk to other participants since many of them work as teachers in various countries and companies. You can meet them on our Past Participants group on facebook: https://www.facebook.com/groups/476339839237427



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It couldn’t be easier! Just follow the link, fill out the form, and wait for us to get in touch with you: https://angloville.com/reference/


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That’s a great idea! We could use your help to spread the word about Angloville in your school, university, or company. Feel free to email us at info@angloville.com.

If you would like to work with us at our programmes either as a coordinator or an activity leader, please check our website here. One of our representatives will get in touch with you. 

Our NS Recruitment team is based in Poland and in the Philippines. We are continuously growing our team and we are glad to welcome past participants as new collaborators. Please, send your CV to apply@angloville.com.

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+44 20 3966 4098 (UK) / +1 845 402 6193 (US) / +61 2 8520 1091 (AUS)