Though TEFL jobs in Romania are not as readily available as those in other European countries, the welcoming people, splendid scenery and rich cultural history may make the effort of finding an ESL teaching position within this romantic country more than worthwhile.
Having joined the EU in 2007, Romania has certainly shown signs of its intentions to increase international interactions. English, taught to students from the age of nine, has been given great importance since the dissolution of the USSR. Now more than ever, however, the country sees the language as an important tool in forging foreign relations, increasing tourism and improving professional English. Read More
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