TEFL in Tashkent (Uzbekistan)


The TEFL course in Tashkent takes place in a spectacular, jaw-dropping, ultra-modern business center.  Business Center «Poytaht» has a high-quality infrastructure to hold exposition events of any scale both national and international.  Besides the event space, the building also houses restaurants and stores.

TEFL class hours run from 10:00 am to 5:00 pm from Monday to Friday with an hour lunch in between. Besides the full-time course, the school also offers part-time programs in the morning and in the evening.  In the full-time program, teaching practice starts with Week 2.  The teaching practice students are teenagers and/or adults.

The TEFL trainer is an experienced English teacher with teacher trainer experience at the college level.   She is partially educated in the U.S.  Apart from studying in the U.S., she has undergone a TEFL trainer certification with iTTi in New York and is highly qualified for the position.

In summary, iTTi Tashkent has done everything to offer TEFL trainees from all around the world a sophisticated learning environment with all possible conveniences one can only imagine.

120-Hour Onsite TEFL/TESOL Certification

Total course fee: US $1,300

  • Deposit: US $500 (upon registration)
  • Balance payment: US $800

2019 Course Dates

  • May 13th – June 7th
  • June 1st – June 29th
  • August 19th – September 13
  • October 7th – November 1st

120-Hour Combined TEFL/TESOL Certification

Total course fee: US $1,300

  • Deposit: US $500
  • Balance payment: US $800

Teaching Practice Calendar 2019

  • May 13th – May 21st
  • June 1st – June 10th
  • August 19th – August 27th
  • October 7th – October 15th

Tuition covers the TEFL course, the certificate and the books.  It doesn’t cover air fare, housing, public transportation and food.

Both certificates are eligible for credit towards an MA Ed.

Uzbekistan at a Glance

Monthly Salary:  $1,200 – $2,000  (TEFL/TESOL certified)

900,000 Uzbek =430 USD (non-certified English teachers)

Ability to Save per Year: 5,000 USD

Health Insurance:  included

Vacations: four weeks per year + public holidays paid

Accommodations:  shared housing with internet provided

Airfare:  reimbursed

Typical Contract Start: January or September for 6 to 8 months

Minimum Educational Requirements: Bachelor’s Degree +

iTTi TESOL/TESL/TEFL Certificate + Teaching Experience

Demand for Qualified English Teachers: very high

A job teaching English in Uzbekistan is a fabulous way of earning the income to travel the world and to live overseas. With an International TEFL Training Institute TEFL/TESOL certification in your pocket, you will be able to work abroad teaching English while getting paid. After completing our TEFL course, you can quickly land a TEFL job anywhere in Asia and around the world. The best paid English teaching positions in Uzbekistan are in the major cities: Tashkent, Samarkand and Buchanan.

Teaching English overseas is not just an opportunity to work abroad and make money, it is an opportunity to truly immerse yourself in a new culture, learn to understand people, build long-lasting friendships and discover your true value. Teaching English as a Foreign Language (TEFL) or Teaching English to Speakers of Other Languages (TESOL) is the industry term for a professional English language teacher in a foreign country.

Why should you teach English abroad in Uzbekistan, a small, landlocked country that doesn’t make the headlines of our daily news?  Well, you’ll find hardworking people over there who value education.   And once you have got to know them, you will probably extend your teaching contract for another year.


8 Reasons to Come to Tashkent

  1. As the capital of the country, Tashkent has a lot of TEFL job opportunities. You also earn more money for your English-teaching job than in other parts of Uzbekistan.
  2. The ancient Silk Road leads through Uzbekistan. Centuries of history are connected to it.
  3. Samarkand is one of the most remarkable places in Uzbekistan. It has the most beautiful buildings on the World Heritage List.
  4. Explore Tashkent’s oldest market, the Chorsu Bazaar.  It has been in existence since the times when the Silk Road was the trade connection between the Mediterranean and China.
  5. Just two hours away from Tashkent, enjoy the beautiful moutain ranges of Chimgan.
  6. Visit the Ark of Bukhara, Uzbekistan’s holiest city.  The Ark had once been the living quarter of the emirs (Arab rulers).
  7. Uzbekistan’s gem Samarkand is a must-see.
  8. Bukhara is packed with architectural master pieces–mausoleums.




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