International TEFL Training Institute is in Knowledge Village, conveniently located close to major access points and world-renowned landmarks such as Burj Al Arab and The Palm, extending majestically into the sea.
In addition to large green areas, there are many facilities including hotels, food courts, fitness centers, and many shady areas.
We offer spacious classrooms in well maintained, modern, fully equipped spaces that allow for a maximum learning experience.
The classrooms and the buildings are air-conditioned year round. Our staff of qualified, experienced teachers will be at your side during your training process.
Friendly, professional administrative assistants are waiting to support you for a comfortable stay.
Take a ride on a camel and experience how the Bedouins traveled in ancient times.
While atop the camel, watch the evening sun cast its orange glow on the picturesque rippling sands, which indeed is an unforgettable sight.
Total course fee: US $2,720
- • Deposit: US $500 due at registration
- • Balance payment: US $2,220 due at the center in Dubai 30 days before the first course day.
Course Calendar 2016
- • 03 July to 28 July
- • 08 August to 31 August
- • 13 September to 23 October
- • 06 November to 15 December
Many schools and universities begin in August or September, so spring and summer are excellent times to look for jobs in Dubai. In general, job vacancies are available throughout the year.
Teachers in Dubai can expect to make US $3,000 – $3,500 tax free per month with benefits, including airfare to and from the assignment, health insurance and furnished housing.
Dubai receives a high number of English teaching inquiries due to the fact that Dubai is known for a fantastic assortment of shopping, dining entertainment attractions and its cosmopolitan reputation as a center of trade, finance and tourism.
Because the UAE is considerably smaller than Saudi Arabia and a coveted destination for foreigner teachers, the job market is extremely competitive. Most schools have a preference for experienced teachers with advanced credentials.
In general, teachers are interviewed and hired in advance from their own country and have their visa processed prior to their departure for their teaching destination. To receive their visa, teachers should expect to pass a physical and an HIV test.
In many cases, academic transcripts and a criminal background check are also required. The visa application process takes anywhere between 1 and 3 months.
Despite the UAE’s reputation for relative liberalism, teachers must be prepared to respect traditional Arabian and Islamic customs.
Dubai has emerged as one of the most modern cities of our times. It has numerous places to visit and unique buildings to see. Be it be a heritage site, the Al Fahidi District, the Dubai creek, the landmarks such as Burj Khalifa, Burj Al Arab, the Palm, the Atlantis, Ski Slope, the theme and beach parks or the unique nature reserve among others.
The choices are plenty. Rest assured that you will wish to come back again to Dubai to explore its many sights.
Dubai has a tropical desert climate because of its location within the Northern desert belt. Summers are extremely hot, humid and very dry, with an average high around 40° C (104° F) yet usually higher than 40, and overnight lows around 30° C (86° F).
The highest recorded temperature in Dubai is 48.5° C (119° F) on 27 July, 2012. Throughout the year, most days are sunny. Winters are warm and short with an average temperature of 23° C (73° F). The temperature falls to 14° C (57° F) at night.
Precipitation, however, has been increasing in the last few decades. The weather in Dubai can bring short and irregular rainfall as is typical for the Middle East. Most of the rainfall occurs in the December-to-March period. The weather between December and March remains warm and is considered the most comfortable throughout the year.