Europe offers an incredible wide variety of culturally unique in which to teach English, interesting cities, tourist attractions, destinations and experiences along with first world infrastructure and conveniences. Although few countries in the region can be termed ‘inexpensive’ as far as living and travelling costs go, Europe does offer the convenience of the borderless EU system with regard to working in and travelling between certain countries (though not all), and teaching packages for TEFL graduates are geared to the local costs of living, leaving plenty for travel.

Europe’s rich cultures, charm and historical cities, from romantic Paris to medieval Prague and ancient Rome, draw millions of tourists from around the world every year, as do a multitude of cultural draws – from traditional festivals to modern music festivals to fashion, art and food.

Although most Europeans speak at least some English, there is still an increasing demand for native English-speaking teachers.