Become a teacher at an international or public school. Teach in cities: Paris, Athens, Dublin or Helsinki. Independent and boarding schools accommodate fee paying students that attend private sector learning providers for all age students. Teaching jobs in Europe in all sectors can be found year round.
More jobs can be obtained in Spain and especially the UK where 1000’s of school jobs are advertised at anyone time.
Do I need to be qualified to teach?
For you to be employed in state, international or independent schools you must be a qualified school age teacher. Choose from nursery, primary or the secondary sector.
To teach English in Europe schools require teachers to hold a language teachers certificate at minimum.
Language and cultural assistant positions for one year can be arranged in Spain, Italy and other countries to work alongside state school teachers.
Securing a work permit or a visa for a European country should be no problem if you are a qualified teacher with experience.
As an assistant you may only be able to teach for one year as a cultural assistant in Spain or France.
Another option is a Youth Mobility Visa in the UK to teach in a state or independent school in the UK.
Time away from school work
Transport networks make it fairly easy to move around each country and to gain easy access to close by countries to visit.
Holiday time and days off there is a vast amount of leisure cultural and sporting activities you can join in on. Horse riding, ski in Scotland or the Alps.
Why not visit art galleries in Holland and lounge on beaches in Italy and Croatia.
For each country flag click on it to see basic information about visa and teacher qualification requirements.