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Population: 44,708,964  Capital: Madrid  Currency: Euro  Languages: Spanish
Teaching English in SpainMore Information on Spain: Spain offers a year round warm climate and is known for its beautiful beaches in the south and great nightlife.Spain offers larger cities like Barcelona and Madrid which are modern cities mixed with old European charm. They offer great shopping, restaurants, and museums. Whether you are an outdoor enthusiast, enjoy water activities, or to take in history and culture there is always something to do, enjoy, or experience.Spain is a country known for its beautiful beaches and nightlife. The cities too are a blend of contemporary and old European charm. Teaching can therefore, be adventurous as well as exciting in Spain. Several jobs in Spain require fluency in English, making the demand for English teachers very high. Teachers can definitely look for great opportunities with good growth prospects.The TEFL job market in Spain is booming, and every city in Spain holds incredible openings for teachers to occupy. Teaching English jobs in Spain is found in different settings, from kindergartens, state schools to private language schools and colleges. All it is required for teaching English jobs in Spain is a University degree and a TESOL certificate. TESOL Training International offers TESOL certification program which empowers the teacher to choose teaching jobs anywhere in the world. With a TESOL certification in hand it is quite easier to grab teaching English jobs in Spain. TESOL courses imparts the teacher with practical teaching scenario that gives them the experience to handle classrooms. Lodgings and heath care is not included but teachers can definitely look out for good packages. While teaching in Spain you get to taste adventure in true sense of the term, while strolling along the Mediterranean coast and celebrating Semana Santa in the towns.Teachers Needed in SpainEuropean countries always require English teachers for business, industry, and because of its world language status.

The average monthly salary is 600 – 1,000 EUR, the average monthly cost of living is 500 – 650 EUR, and vacation time is typically not paid. Neither accommodations nor health care are provided for teachers.

For more information about teaching in Spain and becoming an overseas English teacher contact TESOL Training International.


Requirements: University Degree and TESOL Training International Certificate
Monthly Salary: 800-2,000 EUR
Typical Contract: Nine months to one year
High Hiring Season: January, September-November
Teaching Hours/Week: 20-27
Private Tutoring: 10-25 EUR /hr
Accommodations: Not included
Airfare: Usually not included
Health Care: Usually not included
Holidays: Paid
Visa: Difficult for non-EU citizens; employer must prove teacher is expert in his/her field and that they are not taking position from the EU citizen. Employer must be willing to sponsor visa.
Income Tax: 15-43 %
Exchange rate: $ 1 US = 0.73 EUR