Teaching English overseas is a great opportunity to explore the world without emptying your wallet. Spain is a popular destination for travelers all around the globe, known for its rich culture, beautiful architecture, tasty food and pleasant climate. Teaching English abroad in Spain might be the perfect opportunity to travel in a more sustainable way.

The potential salary of a person teaching English in Spain will of course depend on their level of education and experience. A public-school primary teacher earns about 36 000 USD a year, making Spanish teachers some of the highest paid worldwide[1]. As a native speaker, and especially as a certified language teacher, you can work in private academies and give private lessons, which will earn you anything from 10-20 EUR/hour. It’s good to know that Spain is a very affordable country. It is not difficult for an English teacher to make a good living in Spain.

English teachers are also in high demand in Spain, making it the perfect opportunity for native speakers to make the move to Spain. If you’re someone who likes the idea of teaching abroad, but does not have the education nor experience, look no further. RVF International was awarded the best teach abroad program of 2021[2]. We give native speakers the chance to share their linguistic skills by working as language assistants in Spanish primary, middle and high schools. With our program you’ll work 12-20 hours a week and make from 700-1000 EUR, enough to cover your expenses in Spain and to explore the country. Who knows, maybe you’ll fall in love with teaching? With our program you’d gain experience teaching for a whole school year, which will strengthen your CV. If you do wish to strengthen your teaching skills while in Spain, we can help you get TEFL/TESOL certified and even give you a discount on the programs. This might be the perfect opportunity to kick-start your career.

What are you waiting for? Contact our team today and we’ll help you fulfill your dream of teaching English overseas in Spain.

[1] https://www.thelocal.es/20160915/teachers-in-spain-among-the-highest-paid-worldwide/

[2] https://www.gooverseas.com/community-choice-awards/teach-abroad?utm_source=PG&utm_medium=email&utm_campaign=GOCCA2020