Budapest, Hungary

Known by many as “The Little Paris of Central Europe,” modern-day Hungarians would much prefer to think of their beloved capital city as a one-of-a-kind European treasure with its own distinctly Hungarian identity and charm.  This argument is certainly an easy one to make.  Home to some of Europe’s most lively theatres, concert venues, cinemas, cabarets, and nightclubs, Budapest has earned a reputation for being a city that likes to entertain and be entertained.  The city is technically broken into two: Buda, on the west bank of the Danube River, and Pest (pronounced “pesht”) to the east.  It offers many of the tourist-draws of Western European capitals – breathtaking architecture, fascinating museums, café-lined streets, and efficient public transportation – all at a fraction of the costs you would encounter in Paris, London, or Berlin.  The TEFL training center in Budapest is located in the Tudomany Nyelvisvola Language Center, which is a full service language school, and successful course graduates are given an opportunity to apply for a teaching position and begin teaching immediately upon their graduation.  If you’re feeling hungry for Hungary, inquire about our Budapest TEFL course today!


Course Location

The training center is located in the Tudomany Nyelvisvola Language Center, which is a full service language school.


Course Fees

$500 deposit + €950 balance paid upon arrival (plus approximately €300 for accommodations)


Via Lingua Budapest can provide four types of accommodation for teacher trainees at very competitive rates.

In all cases you will have a private room with access to essential facilities.

Type 1. Room in a shared flat. Either with one or two other trainees or with a Hungarian family. Self-catering.

Type 2. *** Hotel Self-catering.

Type 3. ***** Hotel Close proximity to the school. Self-catering.

Type 4. Host family Close proximity to the school. Own room, breakfast and evening meal included. Limited availability, please book early to avoid disappointment.

Course Dates

  • Sep 30 - Oct 25, 2013
  • Nov 4 - 29, 2013
  • Jan 11 - March 15, 2014 (10 week part time course)
  • March 17 - April 11, 2014
  • June 30 - July 25, 2014
  • August 4 - 29, 2014
  • October 2 - 22, 2014
  • November 3 - 28, 2014