Rich with history and flowing with energy, Europe is the perfect blend of old and new. With so many countries to choose from, teachers will find that Europe is an ideal destination to balance work and play. As an educator, you will have the chance to teach English or focus instructing a variety of other subjects. As a traveler, it is easy to go on a weekend getaway to other countries, all while soaking in the culture in your local European city or town. Whether you end up teaching in a bustling city in Germany, an island off the coast of Greece, or a sleepy town in Poland, you will find challenge and fulfillment in helping others learn your language.
The Arc de Triomphe at dusk
- Countries: 50
- Size: 3, 930, 000 sq. mi
- Population: 739, 165, 030
- Largest Country: Russia
- Smallest Country: Vatican City
- Popular Countries for Teachers: Spain, Italy, Czech Republic
Some European governments run programs that foster cultural and intellectual exchange through the placement of ESL teachers in public schools. These are great programs for teachers who are passionate about living in a certain country, and have perhaps studied the national language and history.
Often, teachers are provided housing and other benefits to improve the English language curriculum in public schools. Some act as teacher's assistants or some may even be given their own classroom. Even so, the opportunity to teach in a European public school will provide teachers will the professional skills to start or continue a career in education.
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