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Croatia in the EU – what it means for English teachers

Croatia has joined the European Union.

For English teachers this means that it will be harder for non-European teachers to find work there. The labor laws mean that teachers with a passport from a European country will find working in Croatia much easier than teachers from outside Europe.

In the near future there is also likely to be a clampdown on non-European teachers already in Croatia.
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Teaching in the EU for Non-Europeans

This article is about restrictions and practices for teachers wanting to teach English in countries belonging to the European Union‏‎ (EU). The most common question on this is one of visas and whether non-EU citizens (Americans, Canadians, Australians, etc) can work in the EU. This is addressed below.
Qualifications
In general, the minimum requirements to teach in an EU country in terms of academic qualifications are a degree and a TEFL…