CELTA in US vs. Europe

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  • Jones
    9 October, 2008 at 0:47
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    I posted this in the "Europe" section but thought maybe I might get a response here, since I suppose it is more relevant for this category.

    In Nov 2008 I’m taking the CELTA course at IH London, 4 wks full time. I’ve been reading some of the other posts and I’m wondering about job availability after I take my course.
    I’m a NZ citizen, currently a permanent resident in the US. I’ve started the process of applying for my UK passport (I have British ancestry). Would my UK passport give me the same status as someone who is considered an EU citizen, so that I could easily apply for work throughout the EU? Or do I need to seek a position that would sponsor an EU work visa/permit?

    Alternatively, does anyone know of some reputable sites I could trawl for legit vacancies in the US? I’ve noticed that the job market for esl is a little slimmer in N. America, but I will be living in the US for the time being after my course.

    Thanks so much,


    16 January, 2009 at 14:04
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    Reply To: CELTA in US vs. Europe

    Hi Jones

    Topic answered in Teaching in Europe!


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