Jobs Teaching English in Central and Eastern Europe

Date posted:2018-10-01 | Writer: Angloville | Email: [email protected]

Use your TEFL skills to volunteer abroad with Angloville as an English-Speaking Mentor and discover 5+ European countries for free, having your board and lodging in beautiful hotels covered.

As an English speaker, you will stay in one of our beautiful venues in Malta, Czech Republic, Hungary, Poland, Romania, Ireland or England for 1 to 3 weeks and help European language students improve their English through a series of conversations and fun-packed activities. You are not required to be a formal teacher but simply a partner for conversation while having a multicultural experience. 

All programmes are conversation-based and consist of 1 on 1 and small group conversations, games and activities, no classroom teaching involved! Due to a busy multicultural environment, the programmes are an intensive intellectual experience as you may end up speaking with various people for the majority of the day in a laid back setting.


Unpaid position, yet what you get in return:

·         Free accommodation in beautiful hotels across Europe 

·         Full board during your stay (with local cuisine) 

·         Free city tours in multiple cities: Prague, Budapest, Dublin, Krakow, La Valetta, and more 

·         70-350h of hands-on ESL experience

·         An opportunity to connect with people from 20+ countries 


·         Be an English Native Speaker / Have a Native level of English 

·         18 year old + 

·         Good social skills and conversation skills 


Please contact us via email at the address given on the job heading for details of the application process.  

Contact: Marta Wlodarczyk

Telephone: +48 735 039 026

WhatsApp: +48 735 039 026

Below you can read feedback from an ITTT graduate regarding one section of their online TEFL certification course. Each of our online courses is broken down into concise units that focus on specific areas of English language teaching.


Lots of stuff here that I already knew as a previous student of languages. However, it's always essential and often necessary to revise things you already know in order to convey this information to others in a clear, concise and not-too-complex manner. There are a few aspects of sentences which I am unsure about, and I look forward to further studying these in depth in later units.I learnt in this lesson the benefits and disadvantages of using a textbook. I learnt that it would be best to use both a textbook to follow, but also be creative with other activities to keep things interesting. In my opinion that would be the best way to incorporate both styles. Created material can keep things fun in a classroom and promote group work and more use of the language.