Teach English in Czech Republic

Introduction to the country

Though the Czech Republic has only been around since 1993, the nation has a rich history that dates back to a time when the land was known as Bohemia and Moravia.


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Main attractions

The capital, Prague, is considered one of the most beautiful and cultural cities in all of Europe. It is a place where you can enjoy the dazzling architecture, fine arts, and live music in the squares. The Old Town is known for its medieval roads and iconic castle, but there is a modern cosmopolitan city out there also waiting to be explored.

The town of Plzen is a popular destination as it is the place where the Pilsner beer originated. It may not be the most scenic of places, but people flock here regardless to drink a pint where the brew was born.

Monthly Salary

 13,000 – 20,000 Czech Koruna = $615-950

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Working conditions

Airfare for teaching positions in the Czech Republic is rarely if ever included.

Accommodations are sometimes provided, but if that’s not the case, a monthly allowance is generally given.

Health care should be provided by the employer as part of the contract.

With most positions you can expect work anywhere between 20-30 hours per week.

Income tax is 15 percent.

One year contracts are readily available, but it is also possible to secure positions for a shorter term.

Visa and education requirements

Though it is possible to obtain a teaching position in the Czech Republic without holding an EU passport, most employers prefer to hire EU passport holders.

A Bachelor’s degree is required to teach English, and a TESL/TEFL will give you an added advantage.

The ability to save working in the Czech Republic will be very low, but you will be enjoying life in one of Europe’s most scenic cities.


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