Teaching jobs in Turkey provide teachers a unique opportunity to live and work at the intersection of Europe and Asia. Teaching in Turkey offers a unique blend of East and West that extends well beyond the classroom.

TEACH IN TURKEY

Whether a teacher is teaching ESL at a language school in Turkey or teaching in Turkey’s public school system, they will have the opportunity to enjoy the beautiful countryside and bustling cities that welcome thousands of teachers and tourists each year. The people of Turkey are known for being very friendly and hospitable. With gorgeous beaches, stunning mountain views, and picturesque lakes, Turkey is a traveler’s dream.

Teaching jobs in Turkey certainly have their perks; teachers can explore ancient and historical mosques, bargain at enormous bazaar markets, and eat delicious cuisine, all while enjoying life in a country with a temperate climate. Because of Turkey’s status as an intercontinental country, teaching in Turkey gives teachers the opportunity to travel to nearby countries at low cost.

TEACHING JOBS IN TURKEY

The number of teaching jobs in Turkey is on the rise, as the demand for ESL and English teachers increases steadily each year. English teachers in Turkey can expect to make a reasonable salary which will go far, as the cost of living is relatively low.

INTERNATIONAL PRIVATE SCHOOL JOBS IN TURKEY

International schools in Turkey offer comprehensive salary and benefits packages for licensed and experienced teachers. Teaching jobs in Turkey typically range from Kindergarten to secondary school placements. Occasionally, teacher-support staff jobs (guidance counsellor, learning support) and administrative roles (principals, vice-principals, head of faculty) are available.

INTERNATIONAL PRIVATE SCHOOL TEACHING SALARY AND BENEFITS IN TURKEY

Qualified teachers in Turkey can expect to earn $1,200-$2,500 per month. Coupled with a comprehensive benefits package and taking into account the low cost of living, this salary will allow qualified teachers to enjoy a high standard of living in Turkey. Teacher certification and previous experience at the relevant level are required.

ESL TEACHING JOBS IN TURKEY

With a growing ESL job market, now is a great time to apply for ESL teaching jobs in Turkey. Positions range from teaching young children through to adults in various settings: private language lessons, group lessons, weekend classes, and conversation lessons.

ESL TEACHING SALARY AND BENEFITS IN TURKEY

ESL teachers in Turkey can expect to earn $1,000-1,800 per month, depending on qualifications and experience. TEFL/TESL certification and previous ESL experience are strongly preferred.

TEACHING HOLIDAYS IN TURKEY

Teachers in Turkey can expect summer holidays from late June until early September. During the school year, schools in Turkey close for two weeks in February, along with time off for all national and religious holidays.

ADDITIONAL INFORMATION

Turkey at a Glance

Quick Facts

 

Capital: Ankara

The number of archaeological excavations going on in Turkey every year is at least 150.

 

Population: 74,724,269 (18th)

The oldest known human settlement is in Catalhoyuk, Turkey (7500 BC).

 

Language: Turkish

Temple of Artemis and the Mausoleum at Halicarnassus, two of the seven wonders of the ancient world, are in Turkey.

 

Currency:  Turkish lira (TRY)

Abraham was born in Southeastern Turkey.

 

Climate: Temperate Mediterranean

Turks introduced coffee to Europe.

 

Government: Parliamentary republic

According to legend, Noah’s Ark landed on Agri Dagi (Mount Ararat) in Eastern Turkey.

 

Religion: Muslim

Turkey provides 90% of the world’s hazelnuts.

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