Teaching abroad in Italy

Italy is a beautiful and interesting place to live and work, with a lot to offer expats. We work closely with some of the best international schools in Italy so that we can assist talented teachers in their search for a job there.

Key details

Population: 58,092,740
Capital: Rome
Currency: Euro
Number of international schools: 52
Number of IB schools: 35
Number of current vacancies: 4
Cost of Living
Safety

Living in Italy

Italy is an attractive place to live and work because of its world-famous food, beautiful countryside and pleasant Mediterranean weather. The cost of living is reasonable compared to other parts of Europe, especially for locally-produced foods. The Italian people are renowned for being loud, proud, stylish and sociable. It's advisable for foreigners to learn some Italian, especially if travelling outside the main cities and away from the touristy regions. Italy's long coastline means it has some beautiful beaches, ideal for short breaks during your free time.

Lonely Planet Italy

Latest teaching jobs in Italy
Visas and Medical

EU citizens do not require a visa or work permit to work Italy but should apply for a residence card. For information see http://www.expatarrivals.com/italy/visas-for-italy The standard of healthcare in Italy is somewhat variable. Expats may wish to use private health insurance - some international schools provide this as part of their package.

Latest teaching jobs in Italy
Top schools in Italy*

Click the schools below to read about some of the best schools in Italy. If your school isn't listed, click here to request a profile page.

Top schools in Italy
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