Yes, there are teaching jobs available in Cyprus for those who meet the requirements and possess the necessary qualifications.
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Yes, there are teaching jobs available in Cyprus for those who meet the requirements and possess the necessary qualifications. According to the Ministry of Education and Culture in Cyprus, there is a constant need for qualified and experienced teachers in various subjects such as Mathematics, English, Physics, and more in both public and private schools.
As a foreigner, one must have a bachelor’s degree in education or a related field, a teaching license or certificate, and fluency in English. Knowledge of Greek is also preferred. The salary for teachers in Cyprus varies depending on the level of experience, qualifications, and the school. For example, according to payscale.com, the average salary for a teacher in Cyprus is €20,000 per year, but this can range anywhere from €16,000 to €26,000 depending on the factors listed above.
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Interesting facts about teaching in Cyprus:
- Cyprus has a relatively high educational attainment rate, with around 48% of the population holding a tertiary degree (ranked 36th globally).
- The oldest university in Cyprus, The University of Cyprus, was established in 1989 and is ranked as the top university in the country.
- Cyprus has a strong emphasis on bilingual education, with students learning both Greek and English in schools.
- The education system in Cyprus is similar to that in the UK, with 12 years of compulsory education and a focus on GCSE and A-Level exams.
- Private schools in Cyprus often offer a wider range of subjects and extracurricular activities compared to public schools.
Table: Average Salaries for Teachers in Cyprus by Education Level
|Education Level||Average Salary (EUR/year)|
|Bachelor’s Degree||€16,500 – €21,000|
|Master’s Degree||€18,500 – €23,000|
|Doctorate Degree||€20,500 – €26,000|
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The video discusses the challenges faced by international students when working in North Cyprus, such as low minimum wage and difficulties in working with locals. An African student who worked in housekeeping and now has a part-time job at a clothing shop advises students to prioritize their studies and be prepared for challenges. While it is possible for international students to find jobs in North Cyprus, the speaker advises them not to solely rely on their job salary and to have a sponsor to help manage their lifestyle and fees. The importance of patience in job searching is also emphasized.
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How much do teachers get paid in Cyprus?
In reply to that: The average salary for teaching in Cyprus is $1,000 – $1,300 per month.
How do I become a teacher in Cyprus?
The reply will be: Elementary, middle, and secondary school teaching jobs in Cyprus are open to licensed teachers with at least 2 years of experience at the appropriate level. All candidates must be flexible and must have excellent communication skills.
Can a foreigner get a job in Cyprus?
Foreign nationals may work in Cyprus if he or she has an employment visa. Employment visas are issued to foreign nationals who are employed in Cyprus by Cypriot entities. Professional and clerical employees are usually not granted visas unless no qualified local (i.e. Cypriot or EU/EEA) personnel are available.
How much do English teachers get paid in Cyprus?
Average Salary by Experience Chart
|0-2 Years||10,080 EUR|
|5-10 Years||+30%||19,480 EUR|
|10-15 Years||+21%||23,480 EUR|
|15-20 Years||+9%||25,160 EUR|
|20+ Years||+5%||28,180 EUR|