My name is Nonjabulo from South Africa and I would like to go teach in Brazil. I’ve actually booked my flight already and I depart on the 30th April. I will be living in Sao Paulo,but this living arrangement can change anytime I’ve completed the 120 hour TEFL(Teach English as a Foreign Language) course, I’ve got a BA Motion Picture (HONS). My only problem is that I was told that securing a job while I’m still in South Africa is impossible and I should go there and look for employment while I’m there. The thing is I need a work visa in order to teach there, I don’t want to do it illegally like some teachers who teach on tourist visas. Can someone help me out with this situation? May someone please shed some light??Thank you.
15 December, 2014 at 3:23
Total posts: 6
Reply To: Teaching in Brazil
Many private international schools in Brazil offer teaching jobs abroad each year. Teachers in Brazil will receive salary and benefits based on their qualifications and experience. Elementary, middle, and secondary school teaching jobs in Brazil are open to licensed teachers with at least 2 years of experience at the appropriate level, as well as a BA/BS degree in a relevant area of concentration. All candidates that wish to be considered for jobs teaching abroad in Brazil must be flexible and must have excellent communication skills.