Our English teaching internship program has a perfect mix of learning and teaching. It's great opportunity for a student whose English 'is at a native standard and' is interested in learning more about Spanish culture and language besides of gaining valuable work experience.
Our collaborator is a language school which promotes flexible learning in different european countries. They provide classes that are taught when the student decides, being really flexible to adapt to schedules. Classes will be 1 to 1 and last 30min per each. Students are normally aged between 25 to 55. Working day is generally from 10.30 till 14.30 and 17.30 till 21.30 (from Monday to Friday) in Spain, but it can vary depending on a school.
You will start the program with a training; starting to learn the teaching methods of the school. Training will start on the first week of your arrival. First of all, you will follow the lessons and gradually, after assimilating the methods you will start to receive more and more responsibility.
The team you will work with is multilingual and the amount of Spanish you will practice with your fellow colleagues and students depends entirely on your will to learn and to speak the language. Moreover, the school gives each of their trainees free Spanish classes. You will have great setting around you to learn, both Spanish and teaching!
In a nutshell, the program includes:
- Teaching Internship in one of the schools
- 4/h Spanish lessons a week
Salary & Payment
Your salary will be 500 Euros per month (for 8 hours of work per day). The salary is paid to you in cash or bank transfer.
We have different destinations to offer and you here you can read more about them:
It has a population of 3.3 million inhabitants, and its metropolitan area approximately 6.3 million. It is also the third largest city in Europe. It is situated in the middle of the Spain, and the province of Madrid, and is considered the financial capital of Southern Europe.
It's one of the most famous cities of Spain, the second largest city with 2 million inhabitants, capital of Catalonia, and in overall, an amazing place to work as an English teacher!
It's both economically and culturally a very important city. It´s roots date back to 138 BC, and it has one of the largest historical centres in all of the Spanish cities. The city is also home to one of the most important container ports in Europe
Seville is the capital of the autonomous community of Andalusia and also of the province of Seville. Seville is one of the most beautiful cities in Spain. The city is more than 3,000 years old and there are 700,000 inhabitants. The atmosphere in Seville is amazing with all the narrow alleys, tapas-restaurants and magnificent attractions. The influence of Arabic culture can be seen everywhere as well as the heritage of baroque, renaissance and medieval times. Seville's Cathedral is one of the largest Gothic cathedrals in the world and the landmark of it is Giralda, which is almost 100 meters high.
It's the capital city of United Kingdom located on the banks of river Thames and is the most populated city in Europe. The city boasts with a lot of history and traditions going all the way back to medieval times and the times of the British Empire in the 19th century. London is a huge "melting pot" for hundreds of different ethnicities, nationalities and cultures that are all more or less trying to teach themselves the English ways of living and the English language. Certainly, London is one of the biggest global centres in the world when it comes to arts, entertainment, commerce, and fashion. And when it comes to education, London boasts with incredible 43 universities in the metropolitan area. That is why London, the capital of England, the very birth place of English language, is an ideal place to go and teach English.
Saragossa is the 5th spanish city by population and the 35th in the whole Europe. The city is famous for its folklore, a renowned local gastronomy, and landmarks such as the Basílica del Pilar, La Cathedral and the Aljafería Palace.
Malaga is located on the coast in Costa del Sol and it is the most southern big city in Europe. Being one of the top turistic destinations in Spain, Malaga is a perfect place to make an internship in Spain. Malaga is the capital of the well-known Costa del Sol where cities like Marbella, Fuengirola or Mijas are located. Málaga enjoys a subtropical–mediterranean climate. It has one of the warmest winters in Europe, with average temperatures of 17 °C (62.6 °F) during the day and 7–8 °C (45–46 °F) at night in the period from December through February. The summer season lasts about eight months, from April through November, although in the remaining four months temperatures sometimes reach around 20 °C (68.0 °F). The main sights are the Alcazaba fortress, the Cathedral and Castillo de Gibralfaro. Malaga is also the home of Pablo Picasso. The Malaga harbour is one of the busiest harbours in Spain and a lot of cruises depart from there.
Native English speakers
Undergraduate and graduate, able to provide training agreement from University.
Every intern is in charge of arranging his own accommodation. However, we would like to help you to find your accommodation by providing the contacts of variety of real estate agencies.
Which information should interns provide?
If the internship is part of your studies, you should be able to get a training agreement from your university or school. Spanish legislation requires the interns to acquire a training agreement to recognize the internship as a part of studies. In case you are already graduated, check with us your possibilities.
If you are European or from US and staying less than 90 days, or you have a valid Schengen access and you are less than 90 days you don't need to get any Visas. Otherwise, if you will need a Visa there will be some necessary documents for visa application and we can provide you more information of the process.
Madrid, Barcelona, Valencia, Sevilla, Malaga, Zaragoza and Rome available from September 2013.
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