is Oxford House College London good?

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is Oxford House College London good?

Unread postby jothegreat » 06 May 2010, 18:55

the subject title says it all...
there are a lack of reviews online and everyone on this forum raves about IH so I'm wondering if the cheaper Oxford House College is a good option in London?
anyone else been there? what was the experience like? are the teachers good?
any other recommendations for part time CELTA courses below 1000 pounds?
thanks for the help.

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Re: is Oxford House College London good?

Unread postby systematic » 08 May 2010, 16:15

CELTA courses are designed and accredited by the University of Cambridge. The courses are dispensed by providers who have undergone a strict accreditation process that guarantees that where ever you take a course, the quality should be the same high standard. It is up to the course provider how much they charge, but a difference in price will therefore not be due to any difference in quality.

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Re: is Oxford House College London good?

Unread postby Alex Case » 11 May 2010, 14:03

what he said

Also, Oxford House is pretty well known and respected (as a place to train, but not really as a place to teach, unless things have changed in the 7 years since I taught in London)

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