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Malaga life

There’s a big demand for English teachers in Spain. Compared to other European countries, the level of English here is quite low, so Spaniards need to improve their English in order to gain university entry and find a good job in Spain or abroad. This means there are plenty of TEFL jobs in Spain!
The most important part of getting TEFL certified is finding a job when it’s all over. We help you throughout the course and beyond to develop a foundation to be successful in the TEFL job market.
Malaga is a beautiful city on the southern coast of Spain right on the Mediterranean Sea. The city is steeped in culture and Spanish tradition and it has a big international airport and excellent bus connections providing easy access to other cities such as Sevilla, Granada, and Cordoba. Our training centre is located in Plaza Misericordia just minutes from the old town and Malagueta beach. Malaga also has one of the most desirable climates with an average annual temperature of 23ºC. If that isn’t enough to entice you, it has something for everyone. Malaga is bustling with theatres, museums, plazas, tapas bars, Moorish tearooms (teterías), and stylish hotels, many featuring trendy rooftop terraces with bars, pools and stunning views.
For those of you who enjoy the nightlife, you will not be disappointed. The healthy mix of tourists, students, and native residents of all ages makes for a diverse and fun atmosphere. There are plenty of swanky restaurants and classy bars to begin the evening, followed by various types of night-clubs, rock bars, and flamenco shows to meet everyone’s needs. Once the night is over there are taxi stops all over the city and most importantly there are places open until 5 am to get a quick bite to eat.

How to get to Malaga

Pablo Ruiz Picasso Málaga International Airport is one of the busiest airports in Spain, with up to a staggering 16 million passengers annually. Regular or low- cost flights offered by First Choice, AirEuropa, Ryanair, Iberia, Vueling, and Transavia to Malaga are available from most international airports.

How to get to TEFL in Spain

From Malaga airport, you can take the train (opposite) directly to Malaga centre in 12 minutes (C1 train to the last stop) for just €1.70. When you exit the train there is an exit to your right (to the historic centre) or an exit straight ahead of you (to Calle Cuarteles). This exit straight in front of you is just a 3-minute walk from our training centre.

How much does it cost to live in Málaga?

Are you planning to come to Málaga to take your Trinity CertTESOL course but you are not sure how much money to save or what your costs are likely to be? We have compiled a list of likely costs for one month in Málaga to help you get an idea of the budget you will need.

One-month budget:

Low-cost Average High-cost
Accommodation* €290-€350 €400(room) €650-€750 1-2 bedroom flat
Food and drink** €120 €150-€200 €300+
Leisure*** €80 €100-150 €100-150
Transport**** €0 €20 €40+
TESOL Course***** €1298 €1398 €1548
Extension Course***** 100% Online Early bird TESOL in Malaga Standard TESOL in Malaga
If you would like to obtain an internationally-recognized TEFL certificate in Málaga, apply for the course here or get in touch. We will be happy to answer any questions to help you start off in the best possible way.
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