Which Schools in Madrid Offer Top Salaries?


I’m an American teacher looking to move to Spain. Does anyone know of any schools with competitive salaries in Madrid where I could teach? Most programs I’ve found are for college graduates, and the stipends are low. 

I have seven years of teaching experience. I’m certified to teach biology and general science, and am willing to get certification to teach ESL.


These are the answers of some Facebook group members:



“https://theglobalcollege.com/unique-campus/ this one will open in september 22. They might be accepting applications.”

“Check on tes as well https://www.tes.com/jobs/browse/spain

“I work at Aquinas American in Madrid. We are always looking for Teachers certified to teach in the US. We also look for IB certified teachers. We are now opening another school in Malaga and we are looking for teachers to work there also. Send me an email if you are interested: carpio@aquinasmadrid.es”

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