Teach English in Greece

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Teach English in Greece
Teach English in Greece

Teach English in Greece (General Information )

Not only is Greece a hugely popular destination for tourists, it also tempts a large number of English teachers. Of course, many people are attracted by the historical remnants of an ancient civilization, characterized by famous landmarks like the Acropolis, in Athens. Others are drawn by the superb climate, beaches, and hundreds of islands scattered along the Aegean and Mediterranean coastlines, many of which are unspoiled and sparsely populated. Whether you are looking for a vibrant nightlife and a party atmosphere, or peace and solitude, with a slow pace of life, they can be found in Greece. …  Read More 

Teach English in Greece ( Cost of Living )

With average monthly salaries for EFL teachers in Greece around €800-1000 (US$1,032-1,291), you’ll be glad to know that the cost of living in Greece is relatively low, depending on your lifestyle. The average Greek spends just €60-80 (US$77-103) per month on groceries. If you can adjust to a Greek diet – which includes a lot of fresh fruit and vegetables, seafood and lamb – do your shopping in the local supermarkets, and cook your own meals, you will save a lot of money. …  Read More 

Teach English in Greece (Visa Requirements )

The majority of EFL teachers in Greece are from Britain and Ireland. As Greece is a member of the European Union, there are no barriers to acquiring visas or permits to live and work in the country. For non-EU citizens, the situation is far more complicated. …  Read More