If you are willing to teach in Eastern Europe, look no farther than Slovakia which is generally untouched by the tourism industry, leaving its appeal completely flawless. It is a moderately youthful nation yet offers a rich history complete with strongholds and forts. The rail transport system is great and provides a simple approach to explore Slovakia.
There are a variety of schools where you will actually want to teach in Slovakia. The working hours range from 20 to 30 hours of classroom work with planning time, and more if you are teaching private tuitions. The available approaches to teach English are: private language schools, State Primary and Secondary Schools, Private Lessons.
The hiring process starts in August and then, again, in January. The interview opportunities are via telephone/Skype/email prior to teaching, yet always be prepared for an in-person interview. If you are adequately qualified, getting a new job is generally easy, as the competition is low.
The best places to guarantee a teaching job are the greater urban areas like Bratislava, Kosice, Nitra, Presov, Banksa, and Bystrica. You additionally think about the more modest towns, they need English teachers as well!
To teach English, most teachers will require a four-year college degree and a certification in ESL teaching courses in Slovakia. The average pay package for teaching in Slovakia is 800 – 1250 USD each month.