Teach English in Hungary
START DATE: 23rd August, 2013
SALARY: Standard Hungarian Teachers’ Monthly Salary
Conversational EFL teachers needed for preschools,elementary and high schools throughout Hungary for fall. Placements are beginning in March and will continue until all positions are filled. Orientation will begin August 23rd in Budapest.
CETP is the largest and oldest organization placing ESL teachers in Hungary. Our first-year program fee is $2500, but I assure you this is NOT a placement fee.
We are a full-service organization providing: all EU work documentation to teach in a public or parochial elementary or high school, airport welcome, extensive orientation in Budapest, transportation to your new community, free private furnished apartment, medical insurance, Hungarian teachers’ salary, in-country director available 24/7, monthly newsletter detailing teaching tips plus upcoming events and more.
Due to Hungarian regulations, our teachers must be NATIVE speakers of English and citizens of the US, Canada, or the EU plus hold a Bachelor’s degree.
Please send brief letter of introduction and resume/CV to Mary Rose at [email protected] .
If you want to experience Eastern European culture with a touch of class and luxury, then you might want to teach in Hungary. English teaching jobs are not as plentiful as in other countries but can still be found.
The country offers good working conditions, and while the salaries are lower than many other countries, so is the cost of living. Teaching in Hungary allows you to enjoy European culture at half the cost of Western cities. Hungary has beautiful summers and mild winters. … Read More
The average monthly salary of a teacher in Hungary is about 150,000 HUF (930 USD). You will not be able to save very much money teaching in Hungary, but you can enjoy a great European quality of life at a fraction of the cost of cities like Paris or London. … Read More
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Interviews with English Teachers in Hungary
Interview with Peter Wylde, an English teacher in Hungary