It’s that time of year again!
English Assistant in France
Teach English conversation 12 hours a week in Primary or Secondary schools for a monthly stipend of 780 €. Medical insurance & paid holidays. Contracts of 6, 7, or 9 months, all beginning October 1. Students of any major can apply, though applicants should have an interest in education. Must be between 20 and 30 years old for American program. Read my Assistants Guide if you want to know what the program is like.
Deadlines & application links:
- December 1, December 22, and January 15 for the United States
- November 23 for Australia
- December 1 for England & Wales
- December 17 for India
- January 31 for New Zealand
- January 31 for Scotland & Northern Ireland
- March 7 for Canada
- March 31 for Ireland
Native speakers from South Africa, Jamaica, the Bahamas, Trinidad & Tobago and Barbados can also apply, but I don’t have specific links or deadlines for the assistantship program. If you are from one of these countries, you can download the application through the CIEP site.
English Assistant in Spain
Almost the same as the French program, but monthly stipend of 700 € and contract of 8 months (October – May). About 1,200 positions available. [2009-10 application not yet uploaded!]
English Assistant in Austria
Monthly stipend of 977 € and contract of 8 months (October – May). Must already have Bachelor’s degree. This assistantship is administered by the Fulbright Commission, so only 120 positions are available. Application for 2009-10 will be available November 15, 2008, and deadline is February 15, 2009.
English Assistant in Germany
Monthly stipend of 700 € and contract of 9 months (September – June). Must already have Bachelor’s degree. Also administered by Fulbright, so only 70 positions available and highly competitive.
English Assistant in Finland
Americans (no knowledge of Finnish required)
No application or deadline; just send resume and cover letter. Applicants with teaching experience receive priority. Contracts from late August until May; salary will be sufficient to cover living expenses.