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Teaching English in Romania 101

Most language schools interview and recruit new English teachers locally in Romania during the beginning of September and then again in January. For those looking to teach through the summer, opportunities at summer English language camps may be available, and positions typically start in late June and early July. 

While there are some opportunities to interview in advance for positions, English teachers should expect to interview in person once they arrive in Romania, and they will also be responsible for their airfare, as well as housing.  Many English teachers live in apartments recently vacated by previous teachers, and many room with their coworkers. 

A solid hourly wage affords English teachers to live a comfortable life, especially given the cost of living, which is lower than in many Western European nations.  Schools typically offer around 20-25 hours per week of work, leaving you plenty of opportunity to travel and explore.  English teachers typically (though not always) need to possess a college degree to teach in Romania, and a TEFL certification is absolutely necessary as well.  Major cities for English teaching jobs are Bucharest, Constanta, Cluj-Napoca, and Lasi.

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