TEFL Certification: A minimum of 150 Hrs TESOL Foundation Certification required. 300 Hrs Advance TESOL or a 450 Hrs Diploma TESOL gives you an edge
Peak Hiring Months: Beginning of September or October and January
Types of jobs: Public Schools, Private language schools and some tutoring
Typical Hiring Process: Most schools prefer an interview over skype or telephone
Average teaching hours per week: 20-35 hours of classroom as well as exam preparation time
Types of Students: School children,Business professionals and Private students
Cost of Living per month: $400 - $800
Visas: Work Visa is generally sponsored by the employer
Average Monthly Pay: $600 - $1,000
Start – up cost: $600 - $1,000
Potential to save or break-even: Break-even
Accommodation Benefits: Sometimes can be availed
Fight Reimbursements: Rare
TEACHING ENGLISH IN POLAND
Looking for a interesting spot to teach in Europe? Poland is the best choice for you then! Poland has a variety of unspoiled, beautiful landscapes in the countryside as well as churches, museums, and a general rich history in the more urban areas.
Students who are interested in a business career must pass a government mandated English test. If the Polish charm interests you, look no further and go teach in poland! In order to teach English in Poland, most teachers will need a bachelor’s degree and a TEFL certification. The average salary for teaching in Poland is $600 - $1,000 per month.
You will generally work for the entire school year, for 20-35 hours/week; you may work for more hours if you teach private lessons. There are a variety of teaching options available in Poland, these include: Private Language Schools, State Primary and Secondary Schools, Language Holiday Camps
Though relocating to a different country can be stressful and scary but in the end, it will likely be an immensely rewarding experience.