Teach English in Spain – Immediate Start

Teach English in Spain

SPAIN / Meddeas

Are you a recent graduate looking for a valuable professional experience in Spain? Start teaching English in Spain in October/November OR January and finish in June 2019. Receive a monthly income, teaching-related training (paid by the programme), and ongoing in-country support.

Important dates:
* Deadline: ASAP or apply before October 30th
* Start Date: October/November 2018 OR January 2019
* End of the programme: May/June 2019

Doubts? Interested? Send an email to hello@meddeas.es

During one academic year, participants will teach 20 hours a week in one of the 200 schools Meddeas works with. They will also gain international experience and add transferable skills to their CV. Don’t miss the opportunity to discover a new culture and language, paying no fees and with a guaranteed monthly grant, which is more than enough to live in Spain as a young professional.

– Monthly grant: €880-1,162 per month (enough to live in Spain as a young professional)
– Lodging options: independent housing or full board accommodation with a volunteer host family
– University course included (compulsory), as well as initial training and teaching workshops
– More than 200 schools all over Spain
– Graduate programme for candidates with a degree in any subject. Advanced programme adapted to participants with TEFL/TESOL training.
– Spanish public healthcare coverage
– Ongoing in-country support from the school’s tutor and from Meddeas
– Paid school holidays (except for the summer period)
– No fees attached

Desirable candidate profile:
– Native-level English speaker
– Recent graduates (last four years) OR last-year university students
– No previous teaching experience needed (but valued)
– Someone who enjoys working with children and/or young people
– Energetic and creative
– Competence in the Spanish language is not required
– No criminal records

Nationalities Accepted: EU nationals only

Expires: Aug 1, 2019


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