Teaching in Armenia
Teaching Jobs in Armenia
Most teachers that travel to Armenia do so with the intention of volunteering. A TEFL certificate is recommended for teachers interested in teaching English. Positions at international or private schools are usually centered in the capital city of Yerevan and would require teachers to have a teaching license from their home country.
Teaching Jobs in Armenia – Hiring
As the school year in Armenia starts in early September, recruitment for the year usually starts in January and February for private or international school positions. Depending on availability, volunteering or English language teaching positions may be available throughout the year.
Living in Armenia
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Armenia at a glance
Population: 3.0 million
Currency: Armenian Drahm (AMD)
Government: Semi-presidential republic
More Armenians live abroad than in Armenia - an estimated 5.6 million.
Armenia is one of the oldest wine producing countries in the world and home to the world’s old winery.
In Armenia, chess is a compulsory subject in schools!
Armenia was the first nation to adopt Christianity, in the fourth century, and is known as “the land of churches”.
Armenians celebrate Christmas on January 6th, the original date of the Christian holiday.
Armenia is home to three UNESCO world heritage sites.
Armenia won one gold and three silver medals at the Rio Olympics in 2016, all in wrestling or weightlifting.