What are the requirements for non native speakers to teach English in Europe. Which countries are easier to get a job?
26 May, 2019 at 3:40
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Hi there Teacher Sergio.
What you need to be aware of is that given 1 teaching position and 2 applicants; a native English speaker, and non-native English speaker, the native English speaker will most likely land the job.
However, saying that, many non-native speakers are far better teachers of English as they have had to learn the mechanics of studying a second language and, without trying to generalize too much, non-native English speakers tend to take their work more diligently.
I would guess that teaching in Central and Eastern Europe would be your best starting point.
Feel free to let me know how it goes and maybe I can provide you with more concrete info once you have narrowed your search down to the 1 country.
29 June, 2019 at 9:36
Total posts: 1
Tefl jobs in the Balkans
I ‘m taking a holiday in the Balkans for a month or two.
I’m an experienced TEFL teacher and have taught for many years in S Asia.
Does anyone know anything about the TEFL market there?