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The Arc de Triomphe at duskRich 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.

Czech Republic's incredible cityscapeThe 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
Public Schools:

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.

The Universities of Europe in the Middle Ages: Volume II: Italy-Spain-France-Germany-Scotland
Book (Oxford University Press)

Under the dome of the Invalids Hospital in Paris

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Is the marble sarcophagus of Napoleon I, the first "Republican Emperor". Surrounding the tomb are a series of panels - low reliefs - which list Bonaparte's accomplishments. Surprisingly, for one of history's greatest generals, most of the items listed are not military. Instead, they are a stunning list of achievements which are themselves only a subset of those brought on by the Great French Revolution, and mostly surviving to this day:A single uniform code of laws, a single system of tariffs and tolls, a civil service with promotion based on merit, a system of education, a system of higher education, a system of military education, a network of customs...

Woodrow Wilson Center Pr Scholar's Guide to Washington D.C. for Southwest European Studies: France, Italy
Book (Woodrow Wilson Center Pr)
Vandenhoeck & Ruprecht Gelehrte im Bild: Reprasentation, Darstellung und Wahrnehmung einer sozialen Gruppe im Mittelalter (Veroffentlichungen des Max-Planck-Instituts fur Geschichte)
Book (Vandenhoeck & Ruprecht)
The Johns Hopkins University Press Schooling in Renaissance Italy: Literacy and Learning, 1300-1600 (The Johns Hopkins University Studies in Historical and Political Science)
Book (The Johns Hopkins University Press)


Attending University in Italy?

I'm trying to figure things out. So I have this love of Italy, and want to possibly live there someday. I also was planning on going to school to be a cardiothoracic surgeon.

I want to go to college/medical school in Italy, and I'm having trouble finding information on the schools there. I've heard that many of them require 5 years of secondary school(high school). I plan on going on a foreign exchange trip to Italy the year after my senior year(I'm a junior now), so that…

To answer the issues or questions you bring up in order:
1) 5 years of secondary school means 5 years of THEIR secondary school, not necessarily 4 years of US secondary school and one of theirs. You should check that out. You can contact their embassy or consulate for more information but the process is going to be getting your transcripts and course descriptions to their ministry of education so they can convalidate (translate to their system) your studies and know where to put you in their education system.
2) No, your Italian medical license wouldn't be valid in the US,…

Why don't ESL teachers need actual teaching degrees?

Why do people who want to teach a subject in the U.S. typically go through 4 years of study in Education, while those who want to teach English as a second language abroad or domestically only need to take a few short classes?

Because they know elementary english like the back of their hand. they did study it for 12 years after all.

And its pretty easy to mimic teaching skills

"Those who cannot do, teach."

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