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Teaching English in New Zealand

Teaching English in New Zealand

Boasts Volcanoes, Fjords, Mountain Ranges, Forests and Beaches.

Teaching English in New Zealand

New Zealand has mild temperatures, moderately high rainfall, and many hours of sunshine.

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New Zealand has mild temperatures, moderately high rainfall, and many hours of sunshine.

Teaching English in New Zealand

New Zealand is the land where time stood still, and it is obvious why. Its spectacular natural beauty boasts volcanoes, fjords, mountain ranges, forests and beaches. The fact that it only has about 4.5 million inhabitants means that it is a land of wide open spaces, peace and quiet, and a lot of sheep!
New Zealand is a paradise for nature lovers and outdoorsy types, but also for those just looking for somewhere a bit off the beaten track. From bungee jumping, sky diving and abseiling to whale watching, stargazing and thermal spas, New Zealand really has something for everyone. It boasts an impressive wine region of 120 vineyards and their Pacific Rim cuisine is unique – sampling the seafood, lamb and cheese is a must for any foodie.
New Zealand is a melting pot of cultural activities. Her history is an interesting mix of British colonialism and traditional Maori, while more recently, Australian, Asian and European cultures have influenced modern-day New Zealand. This cultural mix has r

Teaching Opportunities

New Zealand may not be first on the list for most TEFL teachers but if magnificent landscapes, a relaxed atmosphere and a well-established TEFL environment are what you are looking for, then consider New Zealand: the home of Tolkien’s Middle-earth in The Lord of the Rings. 
New Zealand regularly features very highly in the world ranking for education systems, so education is very important and teachers are well respected. Even though New Zealand is an English-speaking country, the TEFL industry is well developed thanks to the many Asian learners who decide to visit New Zealand to learn English. Most teaching opportunities are in the bigger cities of Auckland, Christchurch and Wellington, but there are a few more remote opportunities too. While there are a few language schools to work at, many schools need teachers for summer camps for Asian schoolchildren. A degree is not required but is preferred.
Schools don’t provide accommodation or flights, but will be able to help you to get settled. The New Zealanders are famed for their generosity – just make sure to support the All Blacks!

esulted in enough museums, art galleries and performance events to satisfy even the most enthusiastic cultural tourists.

 

Country and Cultural Highlights

New Zealand is the land where time stood still, and it is obvious why. Its spectacular natural beauty boasts volcanoes, fjords, mountain ranges, forests and beaches. The fact that it only has about 4.5 million inhabitants means that it is a land of wide open spaces, peace and quiet, and a lot of sheep!
New Zealand is a paradise for nature lovers and outdoorsy types, but also for those just looking for somewhere a bit off the beaten track. From bungee jumping, sky diving and abseiling to whale watching, stargazing and thermal spas, New Zealand really has something for everyone. It boasts an impressive wine region of 120 vineyards and their Pacific Rim cuisine is unique – sampling the seafood, lamb and cheese is a must for any foodie.
New Zealand is a melting pot of cultural activities. Her history is an interesting mix of British colonialism and traditional Maori, while more recently, Australian, Asian and European cultures have influenced modern-day New Zealand. This cultural mix has r

Teaching Opportunities

New Zealand may not be first on the list for most TEFL teachers but if magnificent landscapes, a relaxed atmosphere and a well-established TEFL environment are what you are looking for, then consider New Zealand: the home of Tolkien’s Middle-earth in The Lord of the Rings. 
New Zealand regularly features very highly in the world ranking for education systems, so education is very important and teachers are well respected. Even though New Zealand is an English-speaking country, the TEFL industry is well developed thanks to the many Asian learners who decide to visit New Zealand to learn English. Most teaching opportunities are in the bigger cities of Auckland, Christchurch and Wellington, but there are a few more remote opportunities too. While there are a few language schools to work at, many schools need teachers for summer camps for Asian schoolchildren. A degree is not required but is preferred.
Schools don’t provide accommodation or flights, but will be able to help you to get settled. The New Zealanders are famed for their generosity – just make sure to support the All Blacks!

esulted in enough museums, art galleries and performance events to satisfy even the most enthusiastic cultural tourists.

 

Teaching Requirements

  • Degree Requirement: Not required
  • Typical Contract Length: 1-3 months
  • Peak Hiring Seasons: January - April
  • Visa Info: Work visa in advance
  • Typical Students: Children (summer camp)
  • Average Monthly Cost of Living in £ GBP & Local Currency: 1,529 - 2,977 NZD (676 - 1316 GBP)
  • Average Monthly Salary in £ GBP & Local Currency: 2,500 - 3,500 NZD (1,105 - 1,542 GBP)

Please note the information provided above is given as a general guide only. Information and currency coversions were correct at the time of publication, but they may change at any time.

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