With its induction into the European Union, Romania is enjoying some of its highest living standards since Communism, making it an attractive ESL teaching destination. Famous for being a country of contrasts (as well as the home of Dracula), history and modernism collide in every major city. The capital of Bucharest is no exception. Nature lovers should make sure to take in both the Carpathian Mountains and the Black Sea Coast.
Requirements : Sometimes a Bachelor Degree and The Canadian College of Linguistics’ TEFL/TESOL Certificate Typical Contract : Six months or one year Peak Hiring Season : Year round Teaching Hours/Week : 25 – 35 Monthly Salary* : 1,500 – 2,000 RON Private Tutoring : 30 – 100 RON/hr Cost of Living : Big Mac = 10 RON Income Tax : 16% Accommodations : Sometimes included Airfare Seldom : included Health Care : Sometimes included Holidays : Paid Visa : Employer assisted