Teaching English 
In Brazil

Carnival. Samba. Futebol.
Brazil is also a newly minted world power and one of the largest job markets for teaching English in Latin America.

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Teaching English in Brazil 101

The largest country in South America, Brazil has recently emerged as an international economic powerhouse, creating unprecedented demand for certified English language teachers. English teachers typically find work between March and August.

While a very limited number of  English language schools interview teachers in advance over the phone and via e-mail, the best way to find a job is on the ground in Brazil during an in-person interview. English teachers in Brazil are responsible for their airfare and housing. Most live in apartments recently vacated by previous teachers, and many share accommodations with coworkers.

English teachers can afford a comfortable lifestyle in Brazil. Schools typically offer 20 to 25 hours of work per week, leaving plenty of time to travel and explore. While it is possible for TEFL TESOL certified teachers without a bachelor’s degree to teach in Brazil, those with a four-year degree are preferred.

TEFL certification is typically required. English teaching jobs are concentrated in the larger cities such as Rio de Janeiro, São Paulo, Recife, Salvador, and Brasilia.



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