Where can you teach English abroad once TEFL certified and experienced in teaching (please check out our internships and volunteering opportunities)?
TEFL Jobs Worldwide
Let’s compare the most popular countries for teaching EFL, English as a foreign language, also referred to as ESOL, English as a second or other language. Below you will find posts about: salaries, degree requirements, visa requirements, hiring seasons, and more.
Finding a TEFL job:
A fantastic professional website to keep in touch with past employers and colleagues, and seize professional opportunities.
A Spanish job search engine which compiles updated ads.
Another jobs board with numerous UK and international opportunities in TEFL.
Jobs sections per country.
- TEFL Web
A jobs board where you can create a job seeker profile in TEFL. Free of charge.
Online tutoring options
Although the name focuses on private tuition, the website has developed into a far more comprehensive TEFL jobs website with in-company classes, and contracts in language schools across Spain.
Spain teaching jobs
- Degree requirements: BA not required
- Recruitment times: September/October, January, and May/June
- Interviews: phone and face-to-face
- Average monthly salary: €1200 to €2200
Disclaimer: TEFL Trainer attempts to give the most updated and exact data. This report’s information will depend on the country of origin as prerequisites differ by nation. Exchange rates must be verified through a specialist site such as www.xe.com. *Startup expenses can include lodging, food, and any other expenditure until your first pay check (generally 30 days after beginning of work contract). TEFL Trainer accepts no accountability for the precision of this information as data changes every day around the globe.