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TEFL Courses in the United Kingdom and Europe


CELTA Courses in London, United Kingdom

CELTA Courses in London, United Kingdom

The Cambridge CELTA is the most highly recognised TEFL course in the world. Get your certificate in one of StudyCELTA's campuses in London.


CELTA Courses in Barcelona, Spain

CELTA Courses in Barcelona, Spain

Take a CELTA in the cosmopolitan Spanish city of Barcelona in Catalonia. Full-time, part-time and online blended options are available.


CELTA Courses in Strasbourg, France

CELTA Courses in Strasbourg, France

CELTA Courses available in the beautiful French city of Strasbourg. Courses are also available in other cities in France.


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Europe Summary

Europe is arguably the world’s most diverse continent, both culturally and climatically. From fiestas and siestas in Spain, untouched beaches in Greece, hearty cuisine in Hungary and snowfields in Austria – there’s bound to be a place perfect for you. Europe is one of the most popular destinations for English teachers, meaning that employers normally prefer Cambridge CELTA or Delta qualified teachers. Salaries and benefits range from country to country, but there’s always enough work for teachers to pay the rent.

Teaching Life in Europe

Salary ExpectationsSalaries in Europe depend very much on the country and city, and are usually aligned to the cost of living. In Spain, for example, a full time teacher could expect to earn between €1,000 and €2,000 a month – depending on whether they’re in a large city or a regional town. Up north the wages are a little higher: in Norway, for example, a teacher can make a little over €3,000.
Accommodation CostsThe majority of employers in Europe don’t offer accommodation as part of a teacher’s employment package, however salaries are always enough to be able to rent a one-bedroom apartment close to work.
Working HoursA full-time contract usually entails between 16 and 24 in-class hours. In most places in Europe, teachers get about 30 days of paid holidays a year including public holidays.
Food and DrinkFood in Europe is a varied as each country: from schnitzel and bratwurst in Austria and Germany, to tapas in Spain and fish and chips in England. Teachers can easily buy a week’s worth of groceries on their salary and have enough left over to eat out.

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Sun, Sangría and CELTA? Why TEFL Jobs are booming in Spain

Sun, Sangría and CELTA? Why TEFL Jobs are booming in Spain

"In the last few years the stories making the headlines regarding Spain have all been rather gloomy and with youth unemployment close to 50% and many having seen the value of their homes slashed by up to 50%, you would be forgiven for thinking that Spain may not be the most ideal location to move to in search of work."