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Teaching in Italy

Discussion in 'Teaching overseas' started by hippychick123, Jan 4, 2012.

  1. Hi I am in the middle of considering taking up a teaching job in an international school in Italy.Can anybody give me any sound advice as to how I can decide I have tried to research the area and school but havent found a lot really and the head has emailed me asking me to tell him if I wish to proceed what worries me is the timing its to fill a vacancy asap so by end of january..Would it be viable for me to ask more questions and if I could have a probationary period incase I didnt like the job or they didnt like me Thanks any pms gratefully received hippychick1232001uk@yahoo.co.uk
     
  2. Hi I am in the middle of considering taking up a teaching job in an international school in Italy.Can anybody give me any sound advice as to how I can decide I have tried to research the area and school but havent found a lot really and the head has emailed me asking me to tell him if I wish to proceed what worries me is the timing its to fill a vacancy asap so by end of january..Would it be viable for me to ask more questions and if I could have a probationary period incase I didnt like the job or they didnt like me Thanks any pms gratefully received hippychick1232001uk@yahoo.co.uk
     
  3. the hippo

    the hippo Lead commenter Community helper

    For most young ladies from the UK, there are some excellent reasons for wanting to teach in Italy: fashions, food and those good-looking Italian men!
     
  4. lovely.lady

    lovely.lady Occasional commenter

    I've sent you an email! What would you like to know as I currently teach in Italy and have taught in 2 different schools!
     
  5. Hi,
    I am currently looking at making the move to Italy to teach for a few years (I am Head of Girls currently in the UK)
    Anyone have any advice on where to start looking? Thanks! :)
     

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