Teaching English in a friendly family run school in officially one of Italy's most beautiful towns. (Borghi più belli d'Italia)
Start date: 19 Sep 2016
Fluent Scuola di Lingue e Cultura
Start date: 05 Sep 2016
Simona Learning English Abroad
The Language Grid is looking to hire Business English Trainers to facilitate in-company language acquisition programs.
Start date: 01 Sep 2016
The Language Grid Srl
TEFL Jobs in Italy
There are lots of opportunities to teach English in Italy, with pretty much every town and city having a well-developed TEFL jobs market. The Italian schools system is widely regarded to offer a below standard level of English language education, so Italians who want to learn usually opt for private tuition. The AISLI (Associazione Italiana Scuole di Lingue) is perhaps the most respected provider of English training and has a number of accredited schools across the country. Their employment criteria are rather strict and they expect top level TEFL certification. There are a number smaller independent language institutes operating across the country who offer TEFL jobs to less qualified teachers.
Wages and Cost of Living
Depending on your qualifications and your experience you can earn anything from €800 and €1,500 (US$1,000 to US$2,000) a month by teaching English in Italy. Private tuition can earn you between €10 and €35 (US$13.50 to US$45) an hour. The cost of living varies greatly from North to South, with the South being significantly more affordable than the North.
TEFL Jobs in Rome
The eternal city is Italy’s must-see tourist destination, as well as the country’s primary political, economic and cultural center. All these factors combine to create plentiful TEFL jobs in Rome.
TEFL Jobs in Milan
One of Europe’s main industrial and business cities: it is the seat of the Italian Stock Exchange and home to Alfa Romeo and many other large multinationals. Its status as Italy’s economic powerhouse means there are always lots of TEFL jobs in Milan.
TEFL Jobs in Bari
According to a local saying, “If Paris had the sea, it would be a little Bari”. This is perhaps a bit over the top, but it is an attractive town that sits on the shores of the Adriatic and has lots of opportunities for people looking to teach English in Italy.