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Teaching English and Living in Brazil Teaching English and Living in Brazil by John Clites
There is a very high demand for English teachers in Brazil, and that demand will only increase in the foreseeable future. Demand is fueled by a number of factors: flourishing tourism, expanding international trade, a burgeoning oil and gas industry, and the looming Olympic Games...
Teaching English in Brazil by Robert La Bua

Berlitz Language Center
Berlitz also has Language Centers across Latin America in Argentina, Brazil, Chile, Columbia, Costa Rica, Ecuador, Guatemala, Mexico, Paraguay, Peru, Uruguay and Mexico.


Caledonia Languages Abroad
Spanish and voluntary work programs organized in Peru, Costa Rica, Brazil, Cuba, Argentina, Bolivia and Ecuador, year round. Community and environmental projects and teaching English, depending on skills and level of language ability.

Contact: The Clock-house, Bonnington Mill, 72 Newhaven Rd., Edinburgh EH6 5QG, Scotland; 011-44-131-621-7721;

English Made in Brazil
The site embodies the public image of its main sponsor - Schütz & Kanomata, ESL, a language institute located in the south of Brazil.


Global Choices
Teaching English in Brazil
Teaching English in Brazil programme is a fantastic chance to experience the Latin American culture, gain important qualifications as well as valuable work and travel experience in one of the most beautiful countries in the world.


LanguageCorps Brazil
TESOL Training Programs
Program includes intensive on-site TESOL certification programs offer 120+ hours of classroom time and at least 6 hours practice teaching with local institutions.


New Start
Language Courses in Brazil for Business
TEFL certificate required and preferably professional experience in a non-teaching area.


Teach English in Brazil
More than 1,000 branches listed on website, though most hire locally.

Contact: Rua Marechal Henrique Lott 120/107, Barra da Tijuca, 22631 390 Rio de Janeiro;

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