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TESOL Course in Mumbai


Mumbai is the city of dreamers and starlets. The world famous entertainment centre, fashion epicentre and financial powerhouse of India, Mumbai is located in Maharashtra and is the chief metropolis of the state. Mumbai is a city of contrast. It has India's most creative film industry and is the residence of some millionaires while on the other side the city gives shelter to the Asia's biggest slums and fisher folk. Mumbai is the largest tropical wooded area in an urban zone, the residence of some exotic birds. It is a city which never sleeps.

Hence, pursuing the TEFL course in this city can be the wisest possible choice as TEFL opens up huge opportunities for ESL teachers abroad to get hired as teachers and trainers in different sectors.

TEFL Premium Program- The course is reasonably priced at INR 55,000 + 18% GST (as applicable). The program comes with Teaching Practice in local schools.

TEFL Hybrid - The 5 days in-class with an online course and teaching practice can be availed at a reasonable fee of 18000 INR (270 USD approx).

If you are coming from a different town and have no lodgings of your own, we can fix up the accommodation for you. You can opt from two types of room - the shared apartment style room or guest house lodging.

The 3 weeks TEFL course in Mumbai by the Asian College of Teachers comes with the best guidance, tutor and curriculum, and also on how to be a successful ESL teacher.


11th Jun - 29th Jun '2018
9th Jul - 27th Jul '2018
6th Aug to 24rth Aug '2018
24th Sep - 12th Oct '2018
22nd Oct - 9th Nov '2018
26th Nov - 14th Dec '2018

History of the city

The culture and traditions of this city was significantly fascinating. Mumbai was in the beginning an archipelago of seven islands. Pleistocene sediments found along the coastal part around suggest that the islands were peopled since the Stone Age. It then landed with the British as part of the dowry of Catherine of Braganza when she married Charles II of England. By 1845, the seven islands were fused as part of many land renovation projects. The land mass city that we are familiar with today is a result of these reclamations. Over the centuries, Mumbai became a significant port for the British for its natural harbour. Mumbai's luck really rose in the American Civil War as the cut off cotton was supplied from America to Great Britain.


The city of Mumbai is located at the mouth of the Ulhās River on the western coast of India, in the coastal region known as the Kankan. Mumbai is bordered by the Arabian Sea. Many parts of the city are positioned just above sea level while the northern part is hilly. It is the most populous city in India.


Mumbai enjoys a tropical wet and dry climate. The weather of Maharashtra is tropical monsoons as it receives heavy rain throughout the monsoon with the summers being hot and winters moderate. Temperature varies between 22°C-39°C during this season. Rainfall starts normally in the first week of June.


Mumbai is a pulse point of religious tension. It is a city of many faiths. Mumbai people are also very passionate about their festivals. Mumbai are a rigorous mix of Hindus, Muslims, Zoroastrians, Christians, Jains and Buddhists. It is truly a city with many cultural and religious aspects. Mumbai celebrate all festivals with great elaboration and reverence.


Mumbai enjoys a very good connectivity to the rest of the world. Reaching here is absolutely trouble free as the city is well linked by Air, Rail and Road network. The international airport connects the city with the rest of the world. A tour of this city is unfinished without a ride in the local trains. Mumbai shows you a variety of modes of transportation. Mumbai has a well built network of local transport, which consists of trains, buses, taxis and auto rickshaws.