Germany offers nearly every activity an ESL teacher would dream of. Because of its size, there are many different landscapes. Visitors can travel to seacoasts, mountains and forests along some of the most famous roads in the world. Working visas, or Aufenthaltstitel, are easier to obtain here than in most EU countries. It is best to travel to the country first before seeking employment.
Requirements : Bachelor Degree and The Canadian College of Linguistics’ TEFL/TESOL Certificate Typical Contract : Freelance Peak Hiring Season : September Teaching Hours/Week : 30 – 40 Monthly Salary* : 1,500 – 2,400 EUR Private Tutoring : 15 – 30 EUR/hr Cost of Living : Cost of a Big Mac = 3.38 EUR Income Tax : 0 – 45% Accommodations : Seldom included Airfare : Not included Health Care : Partially included Holidays : Usually paid, only if on contract Visa : Preference is given to those holding an EU passport.