Teaching in Spain
Spain is in southwestern Europe and occupies an array of diverse cities, from snow-capped mountains to a beautiful coastline.
In Spain, schools fall under three categories: Public, Private, and International. The education system in Spain is the same as the UK and runs during the same school year. There are career opportunities to work in Spain, however only international schools are bilingual, so if you’re looking to teach in private or public you will need to know a little Spanish.
To find out more about teaching in Spain we encourage you to register your interest with us today. One of our consultants can then begin the process of finding opportunities that meet your expectations.
Living in Spain
You can expect an array of cultures in Spain, from unusual and surreal architecture in Barcelona to traditional running of the bulls. There are 17 autonomous regions that can offer new adventures.
For international teachers working in Spain has a large expat community with like-minded individuals, so you’ll never feel lonely or lost. The cost of living in Spain fluctuates, where the housing cost to rent is significantly lower, the utility bills tend to be higher than the UK.Depending on which area you decide to live in, you may need to learn a little Spanish to get you by, the locals you’ll meet will appreciate it.
The cost of living is reasonable with a 1-bedroom apartment in the capital costing £555 per month.
Cost of living in Spain
Local beer (500ML)
loaf of bread
Monthly rail pass
1 Bedroom apartment
Pair of Levi jeans
Average monthly net salary
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