Teaching abroad in Chile

Chile is a great place to live and work, attracting expats from all over the world for many reasons. We work with some excellent international schools in Chile to give talented teachers the opportunity to further their careers in this fantastic location.

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Population: 16,295,100
Capital: Valparaíso
Currency: Chilean peso
Number of international schools: 10
Number of IB schools: 5
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Living in Chile

Chile is attractive to expats as it offers a great quality of life. It's a well-developed, stable country that offers expats everything they need at an affordable cost of living. The capital, Santiago, has excellent public transport so it's easy to get around and also travel to other cities. Due to Chile's sheer length, its geography and climate are very varied. Most of the population live in the central region which enjoys a temperate Mediterranean climate. The Andes offer excellent skiing opportunites. The long coastline also means that fresh seafood is abundant throughout the country.

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Visas and Medical

To live and work in Chile, you will require a work permit and residence permit. See http://www.expatarrivals.com/chile/visas-for-chile for more information. The healthcare in Chile is of a good standard, but many expats still choose to use private health insurance. Many international schools offer this as part of their package.

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Top schools in Chile*

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