Tuesday, July 19, 2016

London interviews in August

Our next round of interviews in London will be held on Friday 12 and Saturday 13 August at the St Giles Hotel.

Anyone intending to apply for jobs starting in September, please ensure we receive your application as soon as possible. Applications should be emailed to jobs@anglo-hellenic.com

See the Anglo-Hellenic website for details of the required qualifications.

Anyone taking the TEFL course with us in Corinth this summer will have first priority for job placements.

For further information or to apply, send your CV to jobs@anglo-hellenic.com or phone (+30) 27410 53511.

Sunday, July 17, 2016

Eight-week part-time TEFL course

Our last part-time course date for 2016 is August 1 - September 23.

For the first four weeks, take the morning sessions, 10.00 - 1.15.
For the next four weeks, take the afternoon sessions, 2.15 - 8.00.

@ Less pressure to complete the intensive course

@ You receive all the theoretical training before you start teaching

@ Plenty of time to absorb all the new information

@ Spare time to relax and enjoy the beautiful surroundings

@ No extra cost apart from accommodation for the second month


Thursday, July 14, 2016

Brexit offer

Teachers from the UK can avoid the consequences of the weaker pound by taking advantage of our special offer fee of just 999 pounds, a saving of 105 pounds at current exchange rates.

This offer is valid for all new enrollments for TEFL courses in Corinth for either August 1 - August 26 or August 29 - September 23.

The offer must be claimed at the time of enrolling, and is subject to availability. Accommodation, where required, is charged separately.

Wednesday, July 6, 2016


UK citizens interested in working in Greece are naturally wondering how Britain’s exit from the EU will affect their eligibility. Following the result of the referendum, Brexit now seems inevitable, but it hasn’t actually happened yet. The negotiation of Britain’s withdrawal, once article 50 of the Treaty of Lisbon is invoked, will be a lengthy process, and it may well be two years before changes are implemented.

So clearly it’s far too early to say exactly what the situation will be once the divorce becomes absolute, but at least for the academic year that’s about to begin, no changes are expected. Looking beyond that, it’s likely that the requirements will be similar to what they were before Greece joined the EU. So we wouldn’t expect UK travellers to Greece to need a visa, but you would need a residence permit and work permit in order to stay here long-term, and it should be a very simple matter to obtain these.

There’s no reason to think that there would be any change to visa requirements for citizens of countries outside the EU, so it would continue to be practically impossible for US citizens to come here to teach English. And as the only native speakers of English left in the EU, Irish teachers of English will be in demand.