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Are there any Spanish schools???

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Are there any Spanish schools???

Postby jaeparker » 10 May 2012, 23:36

Hi,

I'm new to the forum, and I'm really looking for help. Here is the thing, I'm from Venezuela, right now I live in Spain cuz my mother is spanish but I hold a venezuelan passport, I know about the english teaching jobs in taiwan cuz my girlfriend is working there and she has her ARC,etc etc (she is from the US), Now the question is, would I be able to find a school that can sponsor or help me out to get my ARC as well there, either teaching english or do u guys know any schools that teaches Spanish???, I understand that probably the major problem with me might be my passport (because is not from an english speaking country), but nonetheless are there any Schools that u guys know that could help me out??, or even better, hire me ? even though of my passport??... I really wanna get there, but I'm looking forward to do it the right way...

Thank you very much. :)

P.S: I have an American accent, not any close to Latin (I've heard this kinda matters). :p
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Re: Are there any Spanish schools???

Postby Icon » 11 May 2012, 09:20

Hola Caracas,

Bienvenid@ a los foros.

1. No puedese dar clases de ingles legalmente porque solamente se le permite a gente de 6 nacionalidades, a los que se considera hablantes nativso de ingles. Venezuela/Espana no estan ahi. No lo hagas. No importa el acento, sino el pasaporte. Si te contratan para espanol y te ponen a dar calses de ingles y te pesca la policia, vas pa'fuera del pais, deportado.

2. Hay buxiban o escuelas adicionales para lso jovenes cuando terminan las calses diarias. Esos si pueden patrocinarte un permiso de residencia/trabajo. El mercado es mas limitado, y la paga menor.

3. Te recomiendo venir como estudiante. Con unos 3 meses de clases de Mandarin, algo se hace, y ya sabras si te gusta el lugar, haces contactos para trabajo, etc. Primero probar el agua.

Buena suerte.
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Re: Are there any Spanish schools???

Postby jaeparker » 11 May 2012, 16:50

Hahaha Muchas gracias mi pana... (Thank you very much)..

Actually I should have said that I've been to Taiwan before :p ... and I really enjoyed my time there, but wasn't lucky enough to find work though... Icon are you working in Taiwan and are u from Venezuela as well ??... do u know any spanish/english schools that I can contact before getting to Taiwan that could help me out??...

Thank you very much for your answer guys, :)
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Re: Are there any Spanish schools???

Postby Icon » 11 May 2012, 17:21

Conchale, vale, que bueno que te gusto Taiwan. Pero no soy venezolana... :lol:

I've heard good things about Omei.

If you have the two year experince, B.A. requirement, then you could aim for an office job, like me. There are more jobs in that area.
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