teaching in malta

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  • janedoe82gizmo
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    19 May, 2012 at 17:27
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    hi,
    i would like to find out if M. A. degree is sufficient to teach English in Malta or is the TEFL certificate the only document that is accepted. Morover,what is the average rate per hour that they pay in private scools. Thanks in advance

    dan
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    22 June, 2012 at 11:50
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    Reply To: teaching in malta

    Hi

    have a look at this newly updated [url=http://www.eslbase.com/countries/teach-english-in-malta]country guide for Malta[/url] – it should help answer your questions.

    Dan

    ICAL TEFL
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    23 June, 2012 at 12:16
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    The system in Malta is very controlled. Normally a "recognised" certificate is required – this varies but a CELTA should be ok. Whether they accept an MA will depend on them so it would be wise to get in touch with the Ministry of Education and also the schools themselves to see what they say.

    The pay is reasonable – about 1,000 euro per month but the cost of living is high and accommodation expensive. Most teachers say they don’t save whilst their working there.

    [url=http://teflworldwiki.com/index.php/Malta_-_TEFL_in_Malta]TEFL in Malta[/url]

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