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We are calling English native speakers looking to expand their horizons with a new intercultural experience. If you are a last-year student or recent graduate who has obtained a Bachelor’s degree within the last 4 years (as of 2018), this event could be interesting for you. Join us on Wednesday, December 1st at 3:00 pm. Our Meddeas team will provide further details about our International Teaching Opportunities in Spain. This is a golden opportunity to ask questions and chat directly with one of our representatives!

Meddeas Language Assistant Programs are an exceptional opportunity to gain International Teaching experience in the European education system while receiving TEFL training paid for by the program, and with no fees. Teach English in a Spanish school and spend one academic year in a warming and enriching culture. This is a once-in-a-lifetime chance to flourish both professionally and personally!

What you need to know: the programs

As part of the Meddeas programs, you will become a Language Assistant that supports the main teacher in teaching your native language to students of private or semi-private Spanish schools. You will need initiative, professionalism, sociability, and good communication skills.

During your time in Spain, you can choose between two accommodation options: living with a Spanish host family or living independently. Language Assistants receive a monthly stipend that allows them to live comfortably in Spain as young professionals. There are no associated fees, but a refundable deposit is required.

Highlights of this Unique Opportunity

• TEFL training paid by the program
• Two lodging options: independent housing or full board accommodation with a host family
• A monthly stipend that will allow you to live and travel in Spain as a young professional
• Predeparture guidance
• Ongoing in-country support
• Spanish public healthcare coverage
• Paid school holidays, except for the summer
• No fees (refundable deposit)

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