As we face the global outbreak of Coronavirus Covid-19, we strengthen our commitment to the health and safety of every member of our international community. We want to reassure all of you that we are being vigilant and monitoring the situation as the international organisation we are. Today our teams are working hard and focusing on taking measures in order to protect our community and to reduce the impact of the pandemic.
In an effort to help the global community of CELTA candidates, the IH Mexico City has decided to officially launch and support the running of a 100% online CELTA. This will continue to provide CELTA training to the global community and facilitate the training needed by many potential candidates out there eager to continue developing their teaching skills in a completely safe environment, while at the same time equipping you for the skill needed in a new reality in this world: online teaching!
For more details of the 100% online course, find a course and click "More info".
See what our students have to say!
The IH Mexico City centre is very well-located in one of the best neighbourhoods in the city (our own Mexican ‘Soho’), with boutique hotels, art galleries, LGBT-friendly places, pet-friendly hotels and restaurants. Our building has protected status because of its Mexican cultural heritage - you will be studying and working in a historic location!
Each year the school is the base for hundreds of teacher training candidates, thousands of students taking face to face courses either at the centre or in their own company premises, and tens of thousands registering for IELTS and other exams. There is always somebody coming or going through the main doors!
Classrooms are spacious with computers, wi-fi, stationery and photocopiers available for students to use - with no charges. We also have an electronic library of resources for candidates to work on their materials, assignments, and lesson plans from the comfort of their homes and weekends if they wish.
Mexico City is full of culture and history. It's historic centre, better known as Zocalo, has been declared a World Heritage Site by UNESCO and is the heart of a living culture that exudes everything accumulated since the founding of Tenochtitlan, the original Mexico City.