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HOW CAN AFRICAN TRAINED TEACHERS APPLY TO TEACH AT EUROPEAN SCHOOLS

HOW CAN AFRICAN TRAINED TEACHERS APPLY TO TEACH AT EUROPEAN SCHOOLS

The qualification you need to teach abroad depends on what and where you are going to teach. Every country around has a government office that licenses and regulates international schools.

Sometimes schools have different licenses so you will find variability between countries and schools. It may depend on the relationship the school has with the local government or the Ministry of Education. Some countries have very strict policies, others are flexible. Below are some general guidelines to get you started on that teaching job.

QUALIFICATIONS REQUIRED TO TEACH ABROAD

  • Firstly, a Bachelor of Education
  • Similarly, Bachelor’s degree
  • Also, Teacher training obtained at a University for the appropriate age ranges:
  • Next, PGCE
  • Additionally, a Higher Diploma of Education
  • Again, Masters of Education
  • Full state certification (the US and Canada)
  • Not to mention, Teacher registration
  • Moreover, Bachelor of Teaching
  • Qualified Teacher Status (UK)
  • TEFL/TESL/TESOL Certification (if teaching English)
  • Language Fluency
  • Teaching License
  • Teaching Experience

TYPES OF TEACHING JOBS ABROAD

1 . Public School Teacher

Teaching at a public school often means that you will be required to speak the local language. This is because these schools may not be fully immersion-based. It is possible to find a job using your native language schools in a public setting.

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2 . Private School Teacher

A private school may be your best choice if you have little or no knowledge of their local language. There are many different types of private school settings, that is the international school, a religious or faithbased school (often a volunteer position), or a military school.

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3 . International School Teacher

Many international schools are looking for qualified, English speakers to teach from Pre-school through to High School. You may not need to have any knowledge of the local language in order to teach in that country.

Often, international schools will pay a stipend for living expenses. They may provide housing, airfare from your home country, paid vacation, insurance, and low-cost or free education for any dependents. This depends entirely on the school.

HOW TO GET A TEACHING JOB ABROAD

1 . To begin with, Decide Whether to Apply through a Program

2 . Then, Prepare Your Resume/CV:

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  • Afterward, Prepare for yourself a well designed Curriculum vitae that will be able to seel you out completely in your absence
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4 . Next, Apply for Teaching Jobs

5 . Ace the Interview

  • Start by thoroughly researching the school and the position you applied. this will prove that you really are ready and prepared for the job.

6 . Negotiate Your Salary & Contract

7 . Accept Your New Teaching Job, before you do, know or have access to the following information:

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  • Pay and benefits
  • Hours and working conditions
  • Subject and ages you will be teaching
  • Whether accommodations are included
  • How to get a visa and the conditions of your visa

8 . Prepare Financially Before You Depart

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