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Discussion in 'Teaching overseas' started by missmunchie, Mar 22, 2011.

  1. missmunchie

    missmunchie New commenter

    I don't work in Barcalona but in Southern Spain.
    My friend has just moved there and her children go to a really modern looking primary school.
    They are struggling a bit though as after a few years of living here and learning Spanish they now have to also learn Catalan.
    I know that learning English as a foreign language is popular in many parts of Spain. I don't know if it is as popular in Barcelona given that if the children speak Spanish and Catalan they are already bilingual.

  2. Hi,

    I am also thinking of moving to Barcelona.

    Can i make a reasonable living teaching EFL in Barcelona? I have a Degree, CELTA, PGCE and 10 years of experience.

    If i move there in September would I quickly find enough work teaching English to adults/children?

    Any pointers from anyone living and working in Barcelona would be greatly appreciated.


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