Aside from the language problem, the unwillingness of Spanish employers to accept foreign qualification is the biggest barrier to a foreigner finding employment in Spain.
From what I've read British degrees and qualifications are rarely accepted as like for like in Spain and in most cases mean either having to do further modules to get it approved as equivalent, or in some cases you need to retrain entirely.
Two of my Spanish friends are teachers here in UK, and I'm sure they never had the problems the OP and many other foreigners are facing.
There are those here that tell us the reason is that the Spanish uni's are better, if you look at the list of best rated uni's around the world, you have to go to position 201 before you find a Spanish one. Two of my Spanish friends are teachers here in UK, and I'm sure they never had the problems the OP and many other foreigners are facing.
If either or both parties were married before, it is necessary that proof of an annulment be provided. There is no specific preparation time required for those already married.
Hello everyone, I completed an English Literature degree (3 yrs) then did a PGCE.
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There is no good news for teachers at the moment I am afraid as 10,000s have been laid off over the past few years, and they are allowing class sizes to grow, but I wish you the best of luck.
Hopefully things will look at bit better by the time you are fully trained and you have the big advantage of being bilingual which will help you get a place in the many bilingual public schools Thank you for your reply.
So they are assuring a level playing field for everyone You can work for a private company in Spain with UK qualification with no problems. And of course, the fees are much cheaper No, I dont think so.
My UK degree was accepted without any trouble And I dont think anyone has said that Spanish universities are better than UK universities. You only need co-validation for a professional role e.g.
(1 yr) Also I finished my QTS and began working as a secondary school teacher in England.