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Research associate / postdoc (m/f/x).

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  • Dresden, Sachsen (DE)
  • TECHNISCHE UNIVERSITAT DRESDEN (TU DRESDEN)

The Chair of Algebra offers a position as Research Associate / Postdoc (m/f/x).

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Chair (W2) of Environmental Fluid Dynamics and Modeling

The Institute of Hydraulic Engineering and Technical Hydromechanics invites applications for the Chair (W2) of Environmental ...

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Research Associate / Postdoc in Forest Hydrology (m/f/x)

The Chair of Forest Sites and Hydrology offers a position as Research Associate / Postdoc in forest hydrology (m/f/x).

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Research Associate / PhD Student (m/f/x)

The Chair of Algebra with a Focus on Group Theory offers a position as Research Associate / PhD Student (m/f/x).

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The Chair of Theoretical Chemistry offers, subject to the availability of resources, a position as Research Associate / PhD Student.

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Research Associate / Postdoc (m/f/x) in Computer Science

We are an interdisciplinary lab that combines concepts and tools across cell biology, biochemistry, and physics to discover ...

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​​​​​​​Research Associates / PhD Students (m/f/x)

The Deutsche Forschungsgemeinschaft (DFG) welcomes applications for up to nine Research Associates / PhD Students (m/f/x).

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Research Associate / PhD Student (m/f/x) in Theoretical Biological Physics

The Heisenberg Chair of Biological Algorithms (Prof. Benjamin Friedrich) offers a position as Research Associate / PhD student ...

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The Chair of Biophysics (Honigmann lab) offers a project position as Research Associate / Postdoc (m/f/x).

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Full Professorship (W3) of Medieval Latin Philology (Chair)

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  • Munich (City), Bavaria (GER), Germany
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Representing the field of Medieval Latin Philology in its entire breadth in both research and teaching, with a research focus on literary studies.

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Full Professorship (W3) of Classical Latin Philology (Chair)

Representing the field of Classical Latin Philology in its entire breadth in both research and teaching, with a research focus on literary studies.

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Junior Professorship (W1) Mathematics of Machine Learning

Primary tasks of the successful candidate include research and teaching on the mathematical foundations of machine learning.

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Research Associate / PhD Student (m/f/x) in Philosophy of Science

The Junior Professorship in Philosophy of Science (Jun.-Prof. Enno Fischer) offers a position as Research Associate / PhD Student (m/f/x) ...

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Research Associate (m/f/x)

Institute of Material Handling and Industrial Engineering, the Chair of Material Handling offers a position as Research Associate (m/f/x).

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The Vodafone Chair of Mobile Communications Systems offers a position as Research Associate (m/f/x).

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Research Associate / PhD Student / Postdoc (m/f/x)

The Chair of Traffic Process Automation offers a position as Research Associate / PhD Student / Postdoc (m/f/x).

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Chair (W2) of Functional Diversity and Evolution of Plants

The Faculty of Biology invites applications for the Chair (W2) of Functional Diversity and Evolution of Plants (with tenure track to W3).

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Primary For our primary school in Steinbach (Taunus) near Frankfurt we are looking for a Teacher in..in departmental meetings  Certified training as a primary teacher , with a degree in education, primary..conferences and parent- teacher meetingsRegular participation in school events and conferences Participation..meet the varying needs and interests of students Organisation, implementation and follow-up of parent- teacher ..education and or equivalent, that leads to a teacher qualification Experience with differentiating teaching

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  • 40215, Düsseldorf

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Teacher looking explore amzing opportunities in Abroad?..Description Chemistry Teacher | Teach Abroad | Teaching Jobs Are you a well trained and experienced Chemistry..Requirements Qualification: Minimum Qualification Requirement: Relevant Bachelor's Degree with a Full Teacher

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English Teacher

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Teach English to adult students in KerkradeEnjoy the flexibility of a freelance contract, and part-time schedule teaching English to adult students at a company based in KerkradeRequirements C2-certified EnglishLanguage teaching qualification (e. g.

Economics Teacher

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  • Fürth, Hesse

Our teaching team at ProCredit Academy is looking to expand with a: Teacher (m/f/d) in Economics Job

Music Teacher

  • Frankfurt am Main

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Performing such other tasks or projects related to the role of Music teacher as they arise and/or as..training sessions in order to enhance the understanding of the SABIS Educational System and/or improve teacher ..contributing to assigned supervision throughout the school campus.Preparing for and participating in parent- teacher

Engineering Lead - Laboperator Application (m/f/d)

  • labforward GmbH

Security and performance conscious Comfortable and effective teacher / mentor Experience working..in product which process real-time large scale data Comfortable and effective teacher / mentor

Catholic Coordinator

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, Sunday School Superintendent, Director of Religious Education, Christian School teacher or related..applicantwill recruit volunteers to coordinate and teach weekly religious education classes, schedule teacher ..timely and appropriate religious education materials and classroom supplies as needed, coordinating teacher ..training classes and teacher appreciation events, and answering community inquiries regarding the religious.., Director of Religious Education, Christian School teacher or related field.Work experience in military

Kurdi Language teacher

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We currently have a position available for a Kurdi language teacher in Augsburg...should: Be a native speaker of the language OR hold a teaching degree Have experience as a language teacher ..student's home Student's Kurdi language level: Beginner Student's age group: 25-35  Ideal teacher ..consist of 10 lessons of 2 hours each Classes should be held once per week  Classes can be held at the teacher

Two part time Learning Support Teaching Assistants (Student Learning Coaches)

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The role includes collaboration with the student´s classroom teacher , learning support teacher , counselor..will not be limited to the following and will be under guidance of the classroom or learning support teacher ..Report pertinent information about students to the appropriate teacher , administrator, parents/guardians

Early Years Specialist Teachers - in Oxfordshire

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Specialist Teachers to work across our Client nurseries based in Oxfordshire.The Early Years Specialist Teacher ..sites.Early Years Teachers:Are specialists in early childhood development and will have Early Years Teacher ..year checks and required assessment reports for children are accurate and professional.Early Years Teacher ..their professional practice and conduct.The role will work closely with the Lead Early Years Specialist Teacher ..and maintained sectors, for high quality education and care for babies and young children.Early Years Teacher

Secondary Years Science Teacher

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  • Neustadt an der Weinstrasse, Rhineland-Palatinate

Neustadt an der Weinstrasse, Germany, is looking for a dedicated professional for the role of SY Science Teacher

Curriculum Specialist: Primary Math and Science at NextGenU.org

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Curriculum Specialist plans, develops, and writes quality curriculum, including lesson materials and teacher ..enactment of the curriculum through the development of clear teacher reference notes and materials for..level(s), that align with NextGenU’s teaching and learning model and all other requirements; supporting teacher

Work from home as an private online English Tutor - Part Time

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Teach English Online - Start Today!

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Stable Class Hours = Stable IncomeFixed Student & Teacher pairingLong-term employment only!..If you’re a qualified teacher who has a passion for teaching, you’ve found the perfect place!

Partnerships Account Manager - Remote & part time

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Ability to advise on marketing/social media strategies, including TikTok, and guide the content for a teacher ..including Oxford University and the LEGO Group) to deliver learning programmes for young people and teacher -facing..ways to support them Managing and working with the Partnerships Marketing Exec to plan and schedule teacher -facing

Registered Nurse RN-3rd shift

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projects, confidentiality, multitasker, decisive, excellent problem-solving/trouble-shooting skills, teacher ..projects, confidentiality, multitasker, decisive, excellent problem-solving/trouble-shooting skills, teacher

Head of Department Mathematics (Secondary)

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VET Administration Support - ES Level 1-Range 2 (Ed Support Level 1-Range 2)

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Jobs in Germany: Teaching at an International School

What would it be like to teach children from over forty different countries in one school? For 34-year-old Canadian teacher, Jennifer Roberge-Renaud, this is the biggest joy and the biggest challenge of teaching at an international school in Germany.

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Jennifer’s teaching journey has been a true international experience–from teaching freelance English in the Czech Republic (where she met her German husband), to her first teaching job in Germany at Phorms Hamburg , to teaching at an international school in Shanghai. She has now returned to Hamburg with her husband where she teaches grade three (7-8 year old) and five (10-11 year olds) at the International School of Hamburg .

Teaching at an international school offers the opportunity to work with kids from a variety of different countries and to be immersed in an international environment, but it can also be challenging. As Jennifer explains, “I love the fact that our classes are a rich mixture of different cultures.  So many different perspectives of the world and of learning are right in front of us, in the children that we teach.  However, that can also be a challenge in that we have to become familiar with different cultures to understand where they are coming from.  Sometimes conflict can arise from such rich mixtures and one of our jobs as teachers is also to be aware of their social environment.  It can have such an impact on their learning.”

Jennifer considered teaching in the German public school system when she returned to Hamburg, but unfortunately her credentials (a teaching degree from Canada) and certification are not recognized in Germany, a problem faced by many foreigners both inside and outside the teaching profession. Even getting a job at an international school can require some bureaucratic hoops, but it is easier. Once Jennifer went through the regular online application and interview process, both Phorms and ISH dealt with the paperwork and visa for her. She recommends getting a teaching degree and then two to three years of teaching experience beforehand. “If you love teaching, be patient because once the paper work and bureaucracy is out of the way, it’s totally worth it.”

She also talked about how for her, teaching children felt much more comfortable than teaching adults. “I did freelance in Czech Republic, as well as teach full time but I found working with adults more of a challenge. Children learn in a much more organic way and I enjoy being part of the process that guides them towards their knowledge. Adults ask many questions and get frustrated more easily. I’ve seen it in myself as I learn German!”

Jennifer gave a slight warning about how working at an international school can isolate you culturally from the country where you are teaching when the main language is English and most of the people you meet are not from the country. “Make sure to do something outside of school otherwise you can become isolated from the city and the country. You can easily never learn the language or meet anyone from Germany once you become part of an international school community.”

On the plus side, both the teachers and students are in a constant micro-United Nations of sorts, which can be an incredibly stimulating environment. Jennifer explained that one of the themes at the school is the “meaning of internationalism,” a topic that is present in her working life every single day. She told a story of an experience at the international school in Shanghai which displayed the unique cultural perspective in the schools.

“I had an interesting experience in Shanghai when a guest speaker came to my class. She asked the children where they were from.  I knew that almost all of my students held French passports and were considered French citizens and that a few were considered Chinese citizens but the majority of my class did not say they were French or Chinese. From all around the class came voices declaring: “I’m from Japan!”, “I’m from Singapore!”, “I’m from Mexico”, “I’m from the United States!”  It really made me think about their sense of identity. I grew up in Canada, therefore I am Canadian and traveling and working in different countries has really made me understand the distinct features that make me so but these children have lived in different countries and they tend to identify to where they have been the longest. They adopt cultural traits from these different countries and most of them learn the fundamentals of their home country through their parents.”

Teaching at an international school is as much about teaching as it is about cross-cultural understanding and linguistic navigation. Many “third culture” kids speak multiple languages and feel connected to multiple cultures and so the teaching experience is extremely unique. Teachers like Jennifer also have the opportunity to teach a variety of subjects and to lead clubs. Jennifer runs the drama club outside of work hours on Wednesdays. A normal day begins at 08:10 and ends at 15:30, but there is also prep time and correction time, as well as meetings and any other special events. In general however, it is a much more regular schedule than that of a freelance English teacher.

Some of the other perks of working at an international school are the non-traditional events and activities that may not be found as often in the regular school system. Jennifer gave a couple of examples of some of the highlights from the past years:

“We studied chocolate last year and to finish our unit, I invited the parents to the classroom, and we turned our classroom into a chocolate café. The children and I made treats made of chocolate and the students prepared games and quizzes for the parents. It was really rewarding to watch the children teach their parents what they had learned. Also, I put together mental math teams every year and we do mental math every day. The teams gather points and the class also has the chance to gather their points to win the chance of having a math party (pretty much learning disguised as a party ;) When they make their target, the cries of jubilation in the classroom always make me smile.”

At the end of the day, though, a teacher must simply love to teach and love the kids in order to find the most amount of fulfillment. “I can honestly say I feel passionate about teaching. I love my job and the best part is being with the kids, giving them a safe environment to learn and to grow. I like giving them control of their education so they feel independent in their learning and understand they can make a difference.”

Author Kristi Fuoco is a social media buff, English teacher, writer, marketer, traveler, music afficianado. West Coast Canadian gal living and working in Germany and traveling Europe. Current city: Hamburg. Twitter @kristifuoco

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Germany offers a wide range of teaching opportunities for ESL and EFL teachers looking to secure a job in one of the most exciting countries in Europe. Jobs can be found at universities and international schools, within the German school system and in commercial language centres.

Teaching positions at universities, international schools and in the school system typically require a valid teaching licence from the teacher’s home country and, as with most of Europe, preference is given to those coming from European Union countries – although there are exceptions depending on which non-EU country you are coming from. For the specifics of the options available to you, teachers should check with the German embassy or consulate in their country for more details.

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As one would imagine, competition for TEFL and ESL jobs in Germany is fairly stiff and as a result, it stands to reason that the more qualified you are, the better your chances of finding a job. For the most part, you can consider a degree and TEFL certificate to be the bare minimum requirements – although there are schools that will hire you without a certificate of some kind, but do not count on it. Invest in yourself and at least take an online course – it does not take a lot of time or money and may pay off many times during your ESL career.

Salaries for ESL teachers can vary widely throughout the country but teachers can reasonably expect to earn a comfortable living wage while teaching in Germany. The larger cities can be much more expensive to live in than the smaller centres, and housing is not always provided by employers. However, most schools will offer assistance in helping you to find something suitable to live in, and within your budget. Apartments in the cities are plentiful and you should be able to find a comfortable place to live without much problem.

Hiring takes place year round, but it is important to note that the German school year commences in the latter part of summer, so it is probably wise that you make your plans with a view to working in late summer. Start looking in the spring. You can find jobs online but you will probably stand a better chance than those who simply email résumés to schools if you are on the ground and actively knocking on doors, meeting with prospective employers. It is a wise idea to bring enough money to last you at least two months.

If you decide to teach at a language school, be aware that every school is different. Try to do some research before arriving in Germany on your quest for a TEFL or ESL job. Network – talk to people once you arrive and listen to the buzz of word of mouth – many jobs are found in this manner. And besides, it is comforting to talk to someone who has been through what you are going through, particularly if this is your first foray into the world of TEFL.

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Located in the heart of Europe, TEFL teachers are ideally placed for travel during the country’s ample public holidays, and free time within Germany can be spent in a variety of ways – with hiking, skiing, cycling, and adventure sports all being popular pursuits. 

Germany offers the perfect blend of old and new, meaning you can be exploring the splendor of Bavaria’s baroque palaces one minute and hanging out in Berlin’s coolest bars the next. And with fun-filled festivals like Munich’s annual Oktoberfest and the Reeperbahn Music Festival in Hamburg to enjoy, you’ll never be short of things to see and do during your time teaching in Germany. 

The country has an excellent state education system, giving most students a firm grounding in foreign languages from a young age. As such, opportunities for teaching English to young learners in Germany are hard to come by – far more prevalent are adult classes, specifically Business English. As this is the most popular type of English course to study in Germany, having a degree or keen interest in business or banking will put you in good stead.

Read on to discover everything you need to know about teaching English in Germany. 

Germany: An overview

Take a look at some of the key facts you need to know before becoming a TEFL teacher in Germany: 

  • The most popular locations for teaching jobs are Berlin, Munich, Freiburg and Frankfurt but, if you’re a brand new TEFL teacher, you’ll find you have a much better chance of securing a teaching job in the less popular cities and towns, particularly in Eastern Germany. 
  • The monthly average salary for full-time teaching positions in Germany is likely to be in the region of €1,200 to €2,000 (£1,1123-£1,872/$1,297-$2,162) but in reality, full-time positions are very rare. Instead, most teachers are freelance and get a rate per lesson. Expect to charge around €12-€16 (£11-£15/$13-17) for a 45 minute lesson as an inexperienced teacher and up to €18-€30+ (£17-£28/$19-$32) as an experienced teacher. 
  • The only set-in-stone requirement you need to teach English in Germany is a TEFL certification. If you have experience, many schools aren’t fussy about what sort of TEFL qualification you have, but 120-hour TEFL courses are usually considered the minimum.
  • You do not require a bachelor’s degree to work as a teacher in Germany. However, that doesn't mean you won’t see plenty of schools looking for one! A degree can certainly help to boost your chances, particularly if you studied German or business, but there are still opportunities for those without.
  • Many teachers in Germany will tell you that previous experience (preferably in business English) is often seen as more important than your level of qualification. If you speak a little German, even better! 
  • For non-native English speakers, teaching English is possible, however many schools will show a preference to teachers who come from native English speaking countries. 
  • There’s no official age restriction for teaching English in Germany, however certain types of schools have their own rules. For English-language classroom assistants in secondary schools (who have studied German, preferably at university, for at least two years) applications are welcome from those under 30. For other positions, experience is usually necessary and so very young teachers will struggle to find good positions. Germans expect knowledgeable, intelligent and formal teachers, and as such may prefer older teachers to young ones.
  • Teaching jobs in Germany range from adult language schools to summer camps, international schools, teaching assistant positions at public schools and freelance/private tutoring work.
  • You’ll be paid in Euro, Germany’s national currency and the currency of the EU’s other 18 countries. 
  • The national language is German, with around 56% of the population speaking English. 

Want to start teaching English in Germany? The good news is it's relatively easy in comparison to other teach abroad destinations. 

Unlike many countries where TEFL is a big business, the majority of English teachers who work for commercial institutes in Germany will be freelancers rather than contracted. These Honorarvertrag (freelance) teachers work up to about twenty hours a week, often working for several different schools. Even if you’re not experienced in Business English, if you can teach in any field-specific subject with authority (such as English for pilots, teachers, IT), you’ll have more opportunities. 

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Requirements

The regulations for hiring TEFL teachers to teach English in Germany are actually quite relaxed, with the only true requirement being a TEFL certification. But, with a saturated market and a high number of English speakers in the country, many schools are picky about who they hire. 

Having a degree is less important than having teaching experience (for many positions, two years is a minimum), though of course having both a TEFL certification and a degree will always boost your chances or guarantee that you get paid more. Many schools also require applicants to understand basic German, and some positions even require teachers to have a driving license and their own vehicle to travel between classes. These extra stipulations can make Germany out of bounds for some newer TEFL teachers, but if you fit the bill and can land a coveted work visa, Germany can be a goldmine for teaching jobs. 

Let’s quickly recap what you might need to teach English in Germany:

  • A TEFL certification (usually TEFL courses with 120 hours are considered the minimum)
  • A bachelor’s degree in any subject 
  • Previous teaching experience 
  • Passport holder from native-speaking country
  • Basic German

Take a look at each of the main requirements in more detail below. 

TEFL Certificate

The one thing you will need to have in order to teach English in Germany is a TEFL certification. Unlike many other countries in Europe that require their ESL teachers to hold a bachelor’s degree, a TEFL qualification is the only thing you’ll need to get started - making it an ideal location for new teachers. 

For most teaching jobs, you'll want to look at TEFL courses with a minimum of 120 hours, although this can sometimes be overlooked if you already have good teaching experience.

While the rules are fairly relaxed, it’s worth remembering that many schools will have their own set of requirements on top of this.  

Can you teach English in Germany without a degree?

Technically, yes, you can teach English in Germany without a degree, though it might not always be very easy! There’s no legal requirement to hold a degree in order to find an English teaching job in Germany, but many employers prefer candidates who do have a BA (or higher for university positions). 

If you don’t hold a degree but have a TEFL qualification and previous teaching experience - usually a minimum of two years - you should still be able to find a decent-paying teaching job in Germany. On the other hand, if you’re a brand new TEFL teacher hoping to secure their first position, you might want to consider working at a summer camp in Germany first. These are more relaxed when it comes to requirements and are a great way to network and find more long-term positions once you have some teaching experience under your belt. If a summer camp counselor isn’t quite what you had in mind, there are endless other countries where you can teach English abroad and build up your experience before working in Germany. 

Do you need experience to teach English in Germany? 

Considering a move to teach English in Germany but don’t have any prior experience? If you have a TEFL certificate and a degree, you might not need it! Experience is often considered as, if not more, important in Germany than holding a degree… but that doesn't mean there aren’t any opportunities for first-time teachers. 

For new TEFL teachers, it’s also worth looking outside of the major cities, where competition and requirements will likely be lower. 

Visa for teaching English in Germany 

EU citizens are able to work in Germany without a work visa, but must be registered with the relevant district authority within one week of finding their permanent accommodation. Non-EU citizens must obtain a residence permit ( Aufenthalstiel ) to stay in Germany long-term, and applications must be made prior to travel. Depending on your embassy, the process will take between about two and five months (the longest is for Americans), so make your work visa application well in advance. You’ll need a passport, a letter proving you’ve had a job offer from your employer, and your projected income along with the application form. 

Working as a freelance teacher in Germany without a work visa is only really possible for those from the EU. As such, the rare full-time positions (which typically have one-year contracts with a three-month probation period) are highly competitive.

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Salary and cost of living

Wondering how much you’re likely to make, save and spend working as an English teacher in Germany? We have you covered! Although many people think of Germany as one of the most expensive locations in Europe, it’s actually a much cheaper place to live than neighbouring France, Luxembourg and Switzerland. And, with great teaching salaries, free world-class medical care (for those teaching legally) and cheap travel connections to nearby countries, it’s no wonder so many TEFL teachers want to live in Germany. 

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So, exactly how much can you make teaching English in Germany? While it will change depending on location and experience, the average monthly salary for a full-time TEFL teacher is likely to be in the region of €1,200 to €2,000 (£1,1123-£1,872/$1,297-$2,162). 

Full-time positions are quite rare and most teachers will work freelance instead, charging around €12-€16 (£11-£15/$13-17) per lesson for an inexperienced teacher, rising to €18-€30+ (£17-£28/$19-$32) for experienced teachers.

Meanwhile, you can earn around €800 (£749/$865) a month for 12 hours a week as a secondary school classroom assistant and, while this might seem low compared to a full-time position, the hours tend to be much lower and it’s a good base rate for either classroom assistants or freelance teachers to make per month in order to cover their rent and bills for shared accommodation.

While wages are attractive, remember that these rates don’t factor in the roughly 40% deduction for tax and other contributions. It sounds like a high rate, but in exchange you get health cover, a pension and excellent social support. Health insurance charges vary depending on your age and gender, and women often pay far more than men for their contribution. 

Many TEFL teachers in Germany find that they don’t have a lot of disposable income, yet still enjoy a good quality of life with an enviable work-life balance.

Cost of living

While the cost of living in Germany is more expensive than 73% of other countries in the world, compared to other countries in Western Europe, Germany is one of the cheaper options. The standard of life is high in Germany, making it a popular place for expats (one in ten people in Germany are not German) and it’s the most populous country in the European Union.  The country is known for having excellent healthcare, transport and education systems and yet, even in Berlin and Munich, living costs tend to be much lower than other European capitals like London, Paris and Brussels. 

Of course, how much you spend teaching English abroad in Germany will depend largely on where you work and what type of lifestyle you want to live. Finding cheap housing in Berlin is becoming increasingly difficult, and many foreign teachers share accommodation in order to keep costs down.

Teaching Jobs in Germany

The demand for English teachers in Germany is high and the country is home to some of the best-paid English teaching jobs in Europe, but not all locations are equal. More than thirty years after the fall of the Berlin Wall, there is still a divide between East and West Germany. Eastern Germans are likely to be less proficient in the English language, and jobs in the former East Germany are less popular with EFL teachers. However, this provides rich opportunities for teachers who aren’t bothered about going to the most popular cities.

For TEFL teachers who are EU Citizens - travelling to Germany and pounding the pavement once they arrive - turning up at a school smartly dressed with your CV in hand can be one way to get into a job, as can word of mouth. Appearance and presentation are of the utmost importance in Germany – more so than in other countries. No teacher will be hired without a face-to-face interview (either in person or via Skype) and you should be well presented and dressed formally. Your manner should be polite but also formal, especially in big cities where the industry is fast-paced and professional.

Read on to discover the most common types of TEFL jobs in Germany . 

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  • Private Schools
  • International Schools

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  • Private Tutoring
  • Summer Camps

Public schools

If you're looking for a secure route to teaching English in Germany, consider a job at a state-run school. Both primary and secondary schools in Germany hire native English speakers to assist in classroom learning, usually offering successful teachers a one-year contract. These positions are relatively well-paid, with secondary schools offering slightly more than those teaching younger students. 

Peak hiring times tend to happen in January and September but it’s also worth keeping an eye on openings throughout the year. You need a minimum of a TEFL certificate to teach in primary schools and often a degree, as well as some experience, to teach in secondary schools.

Private Language schools

If you’re a freelance TEFL teacher in Germany, chances are your main source of income will come from teaching at private language schools or education centres - known as v olkshochschulen . These adult education centres, where courses are offered on a variety of subjects, are extremely popular, with  many German adults choosing to perfect their English through these classes. 

Pay will depend on qualifications and experience but those teaching business English will usually earn somewhere between €15 and €20 per hour. If you’re applying for these business positions, it’s worth knowing that you’ll be expected to have up-to-date knowledge of current news in the banking world, and be able to pose interesting and timely questions to your students on the subjects they’ve read about in the newspaper. 

International schools 

International schools will most often expect their teachers to have a degree as well as a TEFL certificate, although the latter is sometimes overlooked in place of experience.

For experienced teachers, working at a university in Germany can be a good teaching career move. Salaries tend to be good - with an average of around €35,000 per year - while teaching hours tend to be low. Plus, there’s ample time off to explore Germany and surrounding Europe.

These positions are quite rare and often competitive, with those who have a degree or a Master’s, as well as plenty of experience, much more likely to be successful. 

Private Tutoring 

Because many ESL teachers in Germany are freelance (as opposed to being employed in a full-time position by just one school) private tutoring lessons are very common. Although this doesn’t help those who need a visa to work in Germany and won’t entirely cover the bills, offering private lessons can prove to be quite lucrative, with rates between €15-€40 per hour. 

Once in the country, teachers often find private tutoring work being offered to them - whether it’s students from their main job looking for a one-on-one after school or an adult hoping to brush up on their Business English. Just remember, you’ll need to have your visa organised first in order to work and legally offer private lessons. 

Summer camps

While opportunities for teaching English to children are limited in Germany, one of the best ways into the country as a new TEFL teacher is to try and find a role at a summer camp. These typically run for two to three months during the school summer holidays, with pay reaching around €20 per hour. 

Networking with other teachers at camp can open employment opportunities, and some camp providers run schools all year round. As well as English studies at summer camp, students partake in other activities such as sport, art and music.

Q. Is there a demand for English teachers in Germany?

Yes! Throughout Germany, there is a high demand for English teachers , especially to teach Business English at private language schools. Teachers with qualifications and experience will be in higher demand but those just starting their TEFL journey can find work too. 

Q. What do I need to teach English in Germany?

The minimum requirement you’ll need to teach English in Germany is a TEFL qualification. A BA degree and experience are not a set requirement but many schools and employers do prefer their teachers to have these. You do not need to be a native-English speaker but you must be able to prove your English fluency. 

Q. How much does Germany pay English teachers?

How much you can make as an English teacher in Germany will depend on location and experience but an average monthly salary for a full-time position is likely to be in the region of €1,200 to €2,000 (£1,1123-£1,872/$1,297-$2,162). These positions are rare and most teachers will work freelance instead, charging around €12-€16 (£11-£15/$13-17) per lesson for an inexperienced teacher, rising to €18-€30+ (£17-£28/$19-$32) for experienced teachers. 

Q. Is it hard to become an English teacher in Germany?

Technically, all you need to teach English in Germany is a TEFL qualification, making it one of the more lax European countries when it comes to requirements. In reality, most schools will look for a degree, teaching experience or some type of qualification from your home country, meaning that a new TEFL teacher’s best shot for work in Germany is at a summer camp.

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Complete Guide on Ausbildung in Germany

Ausbildung in Germany

If you are planning to start your higher education in Germany after completing the 12 th standard, then the most preferred option is the Ausbildung in Germany. It is an apprenticeship program that blends both classrooms and workplaces.  Also, the program allows the students to earn real.

With these basics, let’s understand the concept of Ausbildung in Germany in a detailed manner.

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1 What is Ausbildung 2 Benefits of Ausbildung in Germany 3 Popular Ausbildung Courses 4 Eligibility Criteria for Ausbildung in Germany 5 Required Documents 6 How to apply for Ausbildung in Germany 7 Cost of Living & Accommodation details (in euros €) 8 Frequently Asked Questions

What is Ausbildung

Ausbildung is a German word which means “Vocational Training (or) Apprenticeship”.  It is a structured vocational training program that combines classroom based theoretical education with on-the-job training to gain hands-on experience. Unlike traditional educational format which focuses more on texts and tests,  Ausbildung covers both the academic side and the professional side which results in preparing the future professionals.

Ausbildung has two types – Schulische Ausbildung and Duale Ausbildung.

1. Schulische Ausbildung – The word “Schule” in German means school. This type of Ausbildung prefers more of academics than professions.

2. Duale Ausbildung – Duale/Dual Ausbildung tends to be more work-based than academics. The classes would be held in Berufsschule (Ber-uf-ssch-ule), German vocational education school.

The individuals who enrolled in this program are called “Auszubildende” or apprentices.  The duration of the program may vary between (2-3.5) years depending upon the course selection.  The auszubildendes are required to split their schedule between working at the job location and attending theoretical sessions at the vocation-based education schools in Germany.

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Benefits of Ausbildung in Germany

1. Learn & Earn –  Ausbildung program allows students to learn and labour in the same field which results in independence and responsibility.

2. Structured Program – The program is organized in such a way that the individual dedicates time to study and work simultaneously without compromising one another.

3. Career Advancement – Throughout training and education, the student could make progress with their respective fields.

4. Acknowledged Certification – The “Course Completion” certificate would be awarded, and this would be accepted in Germany and other countries for job opportunities.

5. Pathway from Education to Employment – The program acts as a mid-way between Profession and Education so that, post completion of the program, the student can decide based upon their need.

6. Personal-cum-Professional Development – The program develops both professional adaptability (such as workplace dynamics, cultural sensitivity etc.) and personality development (communication, problem solving etc.) in unison.

7. Becoming PR – Ausbildung would become the first step for the person who decides to stay via Permanent Residence (PR) in Germany.

Popular Ausbildung Courses

There are over 200+ courses in Ausbildung programme which gives the student more choices to choose for their career.  Some of the popular courses are –

Eligibility Criteria for Ausbildung in Germany

  • Individual who completed 12 th are eligible. However, degree holders too can apply
  • 18-30 years of age
  • German language certification

Required Documents

  • Transfer Certificate
  • German Certifications B1/B2 are required as per the need of the course
  • A letter which explains the motivation to apply the program. It also requires the justification about one’s suitability.
  • Personal CV which explains the education and employment (if employed) history.
  • Passport Size Photos (as per the biometric provisions)
  • Application Form

How to apply for Ausbildung in Germany

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1. Stream Selection – One must finalize the course which meets the interests and aspirations via proper R&D.

2. Applying to the Company – After finalizing, one can either directly apply to the company or via the Federal Employment Agency (FEA) of Germany. Submit the form along with the prerequisites mentioned since the requirements of each course in Ausbildung is subjective.

3. Selection Process – If the application form gets shortlisted, the applicant shall be called for an interview via in-person or in-digital. In some companies, interviews may not be preferred.

4. Contract Signing – If the applicant gets selected, there would be a signing document known as Ausbildung contract, which outlines the terms and conditions such as working time, salary and so on.

5. Visa Application – Students from non-European countries must apply for visa to study in Germany . One can consult the near-by CanApprove consultancy for visa details.

6. Resident Permit – After reaching Germany, contact the local authorities for obtaining the Residence Permit.

Cost of Living & Accommodation details (in euros €)

The cost of living and accommodation in Germany is the crucial factor since most of the abroad students plans to reside nearby University (or) Workplace to cut-down the money. Even though one may cut down, the cost may vary between €(10,000-15,000) per year. Some of the major cities such as Berlin and Munich are expensive. Some of the necessary expenses are tabulated below –

From the above topics, we believe that the Ausbildung program in Germany would be completely understood.  If you are the one who decides to start a career in Germany , we, CanApprove , could aid you with your journey.

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Germany offers free education to international students?

Once you find a job, the residence permit issued to you for studying can be converted into a residence permit for gaining employment..

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Studying abroad in Germany is very popular among international students. Germany is unique in the global education scene since it provides education for very little or free of cost. In Germany, education is subsidized by the state, hence state-funded higher education institutions normally do not charge tuition fees. Effectively, in Germany, nearly every student receives a scholarship!

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However, certain specialized courses and courses private universities offer attract fees. You will need to pay a semester contribution of around Euro 300, depending upon the university and the services or benefits provided.

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Studienkollegs at state-funded universities do not charge tuition fees. The Studienkollegs function as a ‘bridge’ to help international students adjust from the academic culture in their home country to the academic culture in Germany. To do this they offer courses specifically tailored to international university applicants.

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Apart from the tuition fees, if any, you will require about EUR 934 per month for subsistence i.e. housing, food, clothing, study material and other expenses such as health insurance and leisure activities. The amounts can vary from city to city, and of course from lifestyle to lifestyle!

In addition, Germany has funding programs to financially support international students. Generally, DAAD funding in Germany is available for research i.e. for masters, PhD and above. The DAAD supports international partnerships through several funding programmes for higher education institutions.

Further, as an international student, you are entitled to work 120 full days or 240 half days every year which can help you earn a little additional money .

After studies, you can stay on in the country for up to 18 months to look for a job that is in keeping with your education. Once you find a job, the residence permit issued to you for the purpose of studying can be converted into a residence permit for taking gainful employment.

Overall, You will need to pay semester contribution ranging from Euro 100 to 350, depending upon the university and the services or benefits provided. For certain special courses, you may need to pay higher fees. Apart from these, you will require about Euro 900 – 1000 per month for housing, food, clothing, study material and other expenses such as health insurance and leisure activities. This amount can vary from city to city, and depends on your lifestyle.

Germany offers education at no or low cost but being in a foreign country you need to manage your finances on your own. You would need to plan your budget keeping your living expenses, travel costs and tuition fees if any.

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Secondary History Teacher (m/f/d)

St. George’s, The British International School - Düsseldorf Rhein-Ruhr, Duisburg-Düsseldorf, Germany

St George’s School seeks a well-qualified professional to teach History in our flourishing secondary department.

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Secondary Biology Teacher (m/f/d)

St. George's, The British International School - Munich, Munich, Germany

Owing to the continued growth of our school St. George's School seeks a well-qualified teacher of Biology to work across our school, to start in August 2024.

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German Teacher (m | f | d) full or part time

accadis International School Bad Homburg, Germany

German Teacher (m | f | d) accadis International School, Bad Homburg, Germany We are a lively, friendly and expanding bilingual co-ed school which currently has approximately 670 students from 2 – 18, representing over 50 nationalities.

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Secondary School - Math Teacher

Berlin Metropolitan School, Berlin

To support our Secondary School team, we are looking for an adaptable and inspiring Math Teacher.

Secondary Drama with Music Teacher (m/f/d)

St. George’s School seeks a well-qualified professional to teach Drama with Music in our flourishing secondary department, to start in August 2024.

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Secondary Chemistry Teacher (m/f/d)

St. George’s, The British International School - Cologne, Cologne, Germany

St. George’s School seeks a well-qualified teacher of Chemistry to join our growing team of secondary teachers to start in August 2024 or January 2025.

Secondary Teacher of German as a first and/ or foreign language (m/f/d)

St. George’s School seeks a qualified Secondary Teacher of German to work in our flourishing secondary department to teach German at native level.

Secondary German Teacher (m/f/d)

Owing to the continued growth of our school St. George's School seeks a well-qualified professional to join our our flourishing secondary school starting in August 2024 to teach German as a first or second language.

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After School Activities Coordinator for our International School

Phorms School Frankfurt, Dreieich (near Frankfurt am Main), Germany

For our International School in Dreieich (near Frankfurt) we are looking for a motivated and qualified After School Activities Coordinator (part-time).

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  • Four points are given for partial recognition of foreign professional qualifications or permission to practice regulated professions such as teaching or engineering.
  • Three points are awarded for five years of professional experience within the last seven years or good German language skills at B2 level.
  • Two points are given for two years of professional experience following vocational training, or if the applicant is under 35 years old, and for German language skills at B1 level.
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  • Additional points are available for very good English skills (C1), reasonable German skills (A2), qualifications in shortage occupations, or joint applications with a spouses

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  • Easy Entry: Simplified process to enter Germany.
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  • Earning Potential: Over 1000 euros monthly income possible.
  • Work Flexibility: Permit for up to 20 hours of work per week.
  • Job Search Opportunity: Time to find a qualified part-time or full-time job.

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  • Expanded Applicant Pool: Access to qualified foreign professionals .
  • Simplified Entry: No Federal Employment Agency approval needed.
  • Fast-Track Hiring: Quick and easy entry procedures.
  • Pre-Entry Contracts: Ability to secure part-time job contracts before the applicant's arrival.

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Between an aging population and an economy in seemingly perennial stagnation, Germany faces some major challenges. Could a visa aimed at attracting more young, hungry workers be the answer?

Germany is set to launch an “ Opportunity Card ” just in time for the summer, aimed at young foreign workers hoping either to eventually secure a long-term job or simply work in the country for a while. 

It will apply to non-EU residents, including U.K. workers. 

However, the “Chancenkarte” is not being marketed as a free-for-all for anyone to enter the country, and is aimed at young professional workers.

What is Germany’s Opportunity Card?

The Opportunity Card marks an expansion of Germany’s efforts to entice young talent from outside the EU in search of permanent work, by lowering the barriers to initial entry. 

Operating on a “points system,” applicants can almost guarantee eligibility if they’re qualified teachers, nurses, or engineers who speak English or German. Others who have worked for five years in the “learned professions” like accounting stand a very good chance at entering, too. 

The visa clearly has an age bias, with Germany making no secret of its hopes of attracting young workers. Applicants can earn two of the requisite six points simply by being under 35.

Once they’re in, the applicants can work up to 20 hours a week while they try to secure longer-term employment through another visa. This type of work is expected to be easier to secure once workers have a base in Germany.

However, the limitation of part-time work—even temporarily–could make it a tough sell for young professionals looking to the country for better opportunities. Under the visa, their earnings are capped at €1,000 ($1,080) per month.

Why is the Opportunity Card coming in?

It may seem like a glorified holiday visa, but German policymakers will hope the Chancenkarte can address two significant issues facing the country. 

The first is the immediate challenge of kicking Germany’s economy back into life. Its GDP is effectively stagnating after shrinking 0.3% last year, having been hit more than most by Putin’s invasion of Ukraine, which cut it off from its once plentiful supply of cheap Russian oil and gas. Production rates have been declining in Germany for several months as a result. 

One way to turn things around is addressing the shortfall in workers, with the German Opportunity Card website stating that employers in the country have decried the obstacles to attracting talent.

The second challenge is much longer running and harder to fix: Germany’s aging population. 

Germany has among the highest old-age dependency ratios in Europe. Fertility rates also lag several of its peers, threatening an inevitable productivity and fiscal crunch. It’s an issue that has been kicked down the road for generations, but is now coming into focus.  

This week, the International Monetary Fund (IMF) issued a stark warning to the country, predicting that its working-age population would fall faster than any other G7 nation over the medium term, with stark consequences for German productivity.

“An aging population will also adversely affect public finances as tax revenue growth slows and spending on pensions and health care rises,” the organization said in its report. 

More workers will be needed in areas like healthcare to look after Germany’s older population, while policymakers will also look for young workers in high-productivity sectors to keep its economy rolling.

It is hoped that policies like the Opportunity Card can help bridge that gap and make Germany more attractive in an inevitable talent race with other aging European countries.

“Due to a deficit of skilled workers, Germany would have a shortage of about 16 million workers by 2060—without immigration from abroad,” the official website for the Opportunity Card wrote, citing governmental figures.  

In the short run too, they may also hope those workers can revive Europe’s economic powerhouse.

How to apply for Germany’s Opportunity Card

Germany’s Opportunity Card launches on June 1. Candidates need to fill out an application form and attach identification, employment, and language documents as required.

You’ll also need to reach out to a few German companies to prove that you’re genuinely interested in working for them on a part-time basis, but you won’t need an employment contract.

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Germany has introduced the ‘Opportunity Card’ to attract skilled workers from non-EU countries, including Nigeria, to seek employment opportunities in Germany.

This initiative, announced on June 1, 2024, by Germany’s Federal Foreign Office Consular Services Portal, allows applicants from third countries (countries not part of the European Union) to apply for a residence permit to enter Germany for job search purposes.

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About Germany’s Opportunity Card

People can apply for the so-called Opportunity Card, known as the  Chancenkarte  in German, if they have had at least two years of vocational training or possess a university degree recognized in the country it was obtained in.

The Opportunity Card is a residence permit valid for up to one year. It allows holders to seek qualified employment in Germany. If the holder finds employment during their stay, they can apply for a subsequent residence permit to continue searching for a job or to take up employment, as approved by the local foreigners’ authority in Germany.

Key Requirements :

– Recognition of Professional Qualifications: Applicants need proof that their professional qualifications are recognized either in Germany or in their country of origin.

– Financial Means: Applicants must demonstrate that they can support themselves during their stay, typically requiring at least €1,027 per month (as of 2024). This can be shown through a blocked account or a declaration of commitment.

– Work Permission: During the job search period, applicants can work part-time for up to 20 hours a week and take up trial jobs for up to two weeks to familiarize themselves with potential employers.

Who Can Apply?

Applicants must meet the following basic requirements on a points-based system:

– Education/Training: Completion of a degree or at least two years of state-recognized training.

– Language Skills: German language skills at least at level A1 or English language skills at least at level B2 of the Common European Framework of Reference for Languages (CEFR).

– Financial Resources: Sufficient funds to cover living expenses during their stay in Germany.

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