About Teaching English in Russia
Seeking to retain its status as a great power while transitioning to a globalized economy in the post-Soviet era, Russia represents one of the largest and fastest-growing job markets for teaching
Most opportunities to teach English in Russia allow for interviews in advance from your home country, but English teachers may also interview in-person should they enroll in our St. Petersburg, Russia TEFL course. Some schools will provide those teaching English in Russia with housing or possibly a stipend for airfare,
A solid hourly wage affords English teachers in Russia to live a comfortable life. Schools typically offer 20-25 hours per week of work, leaving you plenty of opportunities to travel and explore. English teachers do not need to have a BA to teach in Russia, although it is preferred, and a TEFL certification is absolutely necessary. Major cities for teaching English in Russia include Moscow, St. Petersburg, Vladimir, Yekaterinburg, Kazan, Nizhniy-Novgorod, Omsk, and Novosibirsk.