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Current U.S. Student

United States citizens who are currently enrolled in undergraduate or graduate degree programs are eligible to apply. All applicants enrolled in U.S institutions must apply through their home campuses. Find the Fulbright Program Adviser on your campus.

If you are an undergraduate student, you are eligible to apply in the fall of your senior year.  If you are a graduate student, you are eligible as long as you will not have a PhD degree by the application deadline.

U.S. Citizen but not a Student

If you are a U.S. citizen, will hold a bachelor’s degree by the award start date, and do not have a PhD degree, then you are eligible to apply. Non-enrolled applicant should have relatively limited professional experience in the fields (typically 7 years or less) in which they are applying. Candidates with more experience should consider applying for the Fulbright Scholar Program.

The Getting Started page will provide information on eligibility and next steps.

Artist

The Fulbright U.S. Student Program welcomes applications in the creative and performing arts. Arts candidates for the U.S. Student Program should have relatively limited professional experience in the fields (typically 7 years or less) in which they are applying. Artists with more experience should consider applying for the Fulbright Scholar Program.

Creative & Performing Arts projects fall under the Study/Research grant category and are available in all countries where Study/Research grants are offered. 

FPA

U.S. Professor/Administrator

If you are a U.S. citizen and a professor or administrator at a U.S. institution and are interested in applying for a Fulbright Scholar Award, you will need to apply through CIES.

To support your students in applying for a U.S. Student Program award, please connect with the Fulbright Program Adviser at your institution.

Non U.S. Citizens

If you are a non-U.S. citizen interested in applying for a Fulbright Award to the United States, you will need to apply through the Fulbright Commission or U.S. Embassy in your home country. Find out more information on the Fulbright Visiting Scholar or Student Program.

Spain

158 English Teaching Assistant Awards

Accepted Degree Levels
Bachelor's
Master's
Grant Period
Fall Start
Award Profile

English Teaching Assistants assist teaching staff at the early childhood, primary, secondary and/or university level for up to 16 hours per week, with an additional two hours for planning & coordination meetings. Responsibilities include assistant-teaching, in English, subjects such as social studies, science and technology, art, physical education, English language. Other activitities include directing conversation groups, in some cases, with school staff, and leading special programs such as Global Classrooms (Model UN) and Speak Truth to Power (STTP). ETAs are also expected to actively engage with their surrounding community. 

According to Spanish law, English Teaching Assistants must always be accompanied in the classroom by a Spanish teacher and are not allowed to take on full teaching responsibility. Nevertheless, it is strongly recommended that applicants have some formal teaching practice and experience developing classroom resources, as only limited teaching training will be provided upon arrival and during the grant period: this is not a teacher training program. Candidates are expected to be able to prepare their own teaching materials; interact positively with students, teachers, and administrative personnel at their schools; and to demonstrate initiative in the classroom. ETAs will be expected to be available for classes held in the morning, afternoon, and or evening, depending on each institution's individual needs.

14 ETA awards co-sponsored by the Regional Government of Asturias.

33 ETA awards co-sponsored by the Regional Government of the Canary Islands.

30 ETA awards co-sponsored by the Regional Government of Madrid.

40 ETA awards co-sponsored by the Regional Government of Galicia.

27 ETA awards co-sponsored by the Regional Government of La Rioja.

3 ETA awards co-sponsored by the IE University, with campuses in Madrid and Segovia.

6 ETA awards co-sponsored by the University Camilo José Cela (UCJC).

5 ETA awards co-sponsored by the Universidad de Málaga (UMA).

3 ETA awards co-sponsored by the Universidad de la Laguna in Santa Cruz de Tenerife (Canary Islands).

4 Other Spain ETA awards co-sponsored by private and/or public institutions in different locations throughout Spain.

Grant Period
Fall Start

Grant Length: 9 months.

Grants will begin on September 15, 2022 and end on June 14, 2023.

Orientation
In-Country Orientation

All Fulbright Spain student grantees are required to attend a mandatory orientation which will take place during the second week of September, 2022.

Candidate Profile

Asturias ETAs: Applications are welcome from self-motivated graduating seniors and recent graduates with the initiative, adaptability, and flexibility needed to assistant-teach in both elementary and high schools.

Canary Islands ETAs: Applications are welcome from self-motivated graduating seniors and recent graduates with the initiative, adaptability, and flexibility needed to assistant-teach in early childhood and elementary schools.

Comunidad de Madrid ETAs: Applications are welcome from self-motivated graduating seniors and recent graduates with the initiative, adaptability, and flexibility needed to assistant-teach in high schools.

Galicia ETAs: Applications are welcome from self-motivated graduating seniors and recent graduates with the initiative, adaptability, and flexibility needed to assistant-teach mostly in high schools and vocational training schools (formación profesional) and, in a few cases, in elementary schools.

La Rioja ETAs: Applications are welcome from self-motivated graduating seniors and recent graduates with the initiative, adaptability, and flexibility needed to assistant-teach in early childhood, elementary, high schools, and, in a few cases, vocational training schools (formación profesional).

IE ETAs: Applications are welcome from graduating seniors and recent graduates with the initiative and flexibility needed to assistant-teach at the university level. More mature candidates with excellent writing skills, some teaching experience, and/or writing tutoring experience are highly preferred.

UCJC ETAs: Applications are welcome from graduating seniors and recent graduates with the initiative and flexibility needed to assistant-teach at the university level. More mature candidates with excellent communication and/or writing skills, some teaching experience, a Master’s degree, and/or tutoring experience are highly preferred.

UMA ETAs: Applications are welcome from graduating seniors and recent graduates with the initiative and flexibility needed to assistant-teach at the university level. More mature candidates with a Master’s degree, excellent writing skills, some teaching experience, and/or writing tutoring experience are highly preferred.

ULL ETAs: Applications are welcome from graduating seniors and recent graduates with the initiative and flexibility needed to assistant-teach at the university level. More mature candidates with a Master’s degree, excellent writing skills, some teaching experience, and/or writing tutoring experience are highly preferred.

Other Spain ETAs: Applications are welcome from self-motivated graduating seniors and recent graduates with the initiative, adaptability and flexibility needed to assistant-teach at the early childhood, elementary, high school, and/or university levels.

Accepted Degree Levels
Bachelor's
Master's
Supplementary Project
Required

All ETAs are expected to undertake independent projects, especially those involving community service, after school hours. Applicants should briefly describe the project or activity in which they would like to engage outside of ETA responsibilities in their Statements of Grant Purpose.

Foreign Language Proficiency
Required - Intermediate

Additional Information: Intermediate Spanish language proficiency is not necessary in the ETA placements but is required for better assimilation into the local community. Advanced Spanish would be particularly useful for the university placements, although applicants with intermediate Spanish will be considered. 

Please make sure to include the Language Self-Evaluation and Foreign Language Evaluation in your Fulbright Online Application.

Housing Arrangements

All Fulbright Spain grantees are required to arrange their own housing. The Commission provides ample resources to aid in the housing search in Spain, including two webinars prior to departure.

Placement Type

Elementary School

Middle School

Secondary School

Vocational/Technical School

University/Post-Secondary Institution

Asturias ETAs: ETAs will assist teaching staff at elementary, middle, and/or high schools for 16 classroom hours per week, plus 2 hours per week for planning and coordination meetings. Responsibilities include assistant-teaching in English as a foreign language and assistant-teaching in English in subjects such as social studies, science, technology, arts and crafts, and physical education.

ETAs may be involved in special projects designed by the regional co-sponsor. ETAs do not assume full teaching responsibility (they are not the main classroom teacher) and should be prepared to: take part in collaborative teaching activities; serve as resource persons in conversation groups; serve as attendants in language laboratories; and give presentations related to American studies in classes or events organized by the regional Education Department.

Placements will be based on the academic and extracurricular profiles of the selected candidate and the schools’ needs. Applicants should submit detailed descriptions of their study or career interests and also include relevant extracurricular activities, including information about the age groups with which the applicant has worked.

All the schools are placed in the Principality of Asturias. They can be elementary, middle or high schools. Some of them are located in small rural areas with a small number of students. Depending on the size of the school and on the number of students, ETAs should be prepared to teach in one or two different schools placed in the same village or in villages nearby, which may involve flexibility in teaching different levels. In some instances, commuting from the biggest cities in Asturias can take more than an hour. Specific school placements will not be finalized until after the grant has been accepted.

Canary Islands ETAs: ETAs will assist teaching staff for 16 classroom hours per week, plus an additional 2 hours per week for planning and coordination meetings. ETAs will be placed in early childhood and elementary schools and will assist English language teachers working with children from 3 to 5 years old and 6 to 12 years old.

Placements will be based on the academic and extracurricular profiles of the selected candidate and the school's needs. Applicants should submit detailed descriptions of their study or career interests and also include relevant extracurricular activities, including information about the age groups with which the applicant has worked.

ETAs may also be involved in special projects designed by the regional co-sponsor or the school. ETAs do not assume full teaching responsibility (they are not the main classroom teacher) and should be prepared to: assist in the design of motivational activities, promote oral communication; and, on occasion, introduce American culture at cross-curricular events. 

All schools are placed in the Canary Islands. There are eight islands that form two provinces: Santa Cruz (Tenerife, La Palma, La Gomera and El Hierro) and Las Palmas (Gran Canaria, Lanzarote, Fuerteventura, and La Graciosa.) Some of the schools are located in cities and others in small rural areas; some are located on larger islands, such as Tenerife (894,636 inhabitants) and Gran Canaria (850,390 inhabitants); while others are located in smaller towns, villages, and islands, such as El Hierro (10,162 inhabitants) or La Graciosa (750 inhabitants). Depending on the number of students in each school, ETAs should be prepared to teach in one or two different schools placed in the same location or in a location nearby. Specific school placements will not be finalized until after the grant has been accepted.

Comunidad de Madrid ETAs: ETAs will assist teaching staff at secondary schools for up to 16 classroom hours per week, plus up to an additional 2 hours per week for planning and coordination meetings. Additionally, Global Classrooms (Model UN) preparation requires attendance at regular training sessions.

Responsibilities include assistant-teaching, in English, subjects such as social studies, science and technology, art, physical education, English language, and in some cases, English conversation classes with school staff.

Placements will be based on the academic and extracurricular profiles of the selected candidate and the secondary school’s needs. Applicants should submit detailed descriptions of their study or career interests and also include relevant extracurricular activities, including information about the age groups with which the applicant has worked.

For the first five or six months of the grant, ETAs will prepare students for the Global Classrooms (Model UN) project and will participate in the proceedings. ETAs may also be involved in special projects designed by the regional co-sponsor. ETAs do not assume full teaching responsibility (they are not the main classroom teacher) and should be prepared to: serve as resource persons in conversation groups; provide small group tutorials; serve as attendants in language laboratories; and, on occasion, give presentations related to American culture at extracurricular events.

All ETAs will be required to complete a training module (MOOC) designed by the Comunidad de Madrid from October to February.

All schools are placed in the Madrid region, but some of them are located in the outskirts or in small towns. In some instances, commuting time from Madrid city center may be more than one hour. Specific school placements will not be finalized until after the grant has been accepted.

Galicia ETAs: ETAs will assist teaching staff at plurilingual elementary schools, high schools and vocational training schools (formación profesional), for up to 16 classroom hours per week, plus up to an additional 2 hours per week for planning and coordination meetings. Responsibilities include assistant-teaching, in English, subjects such as science and technology, social studies, art, physical education, English language, and in some cases, English conversation classes with school staff.

Placements will be based on the academic and extracurricular profiles of the selected candidate and the high school's needs. Applicants should submit detailed descriptions of their study or career interests and also include relevant extracurricular activities, including information about the age groups with which the applicant has worked.

ETAs may also be involved in special projects designed by the regional co-sponsor or the school. ETAs do not assume full teaching responsibility (they are not the main classroom teacher) and should be prepared to: serve as resource persons in conversation groups; provide small group tutorials; serve as attendants in language laboratories; design motivational activities; promote critical and scientific thinking; and, on occasion, give presentations related to American culture at extracurricular events.

Most schools are plurilingual (Spanish / Galician / English) and work with the CLIL methodology. They are located in urban areas of the region of Galicia in northwestern Spain, either in cities such as Vigo (300,000 inhabitants); A Coruna (250,000); Ourense, Lugo or Santiago de Compostela (around 100,000); Pontevedra (80,000) or Ferrol (70,000); or in small towns near said cities. Depending on the number of students in each school, ETAs should be prepared to teach in one or two different schools placed in the same location or in a location nearby. Specific school placements will not be finalized until after the grant has been accepted. 

La Rioja ETAs: ETAs will assist teaching staff at early childhood, elementary, secondary schools, and vocational training schools for up to 16 classroom hours per week, plus up to an additional 2 hours per week for planning and coordination meetings. Responsibilities include assistant-teaching, in English, subjects such as social studies, science and technology, art, physical education, English language, and in some cases, English conversation classes with school staff.

Placements will be based on the academic and extracurricular profiles of the selected candidate and the school's needs. Applicants should submit detailed descriptions of their study or career interests and also include relevant extracurricular activities, including information about the age groups with which the applicant has worked.

ETAs may also be involved in special projects designed by the regional co-sponsor or the school. ETAs do not assume full teaching responsibility (they are not the main classroom teacher) and should be prepared to: serve as resource persons in conversation groups; provide small group tutorials; serve as attendants in language laboratories; design motivational activities; promote critical and scientific thinking; and, on occasion, give presentations related to American culture at extracurricular events.

All schools are placed in the La Rioja region, some in larger towns such as Logrono (152,000 inhabitants), Calahorra (25,000) and Haro (12,000), while others are located in nearby smaller towns and villages such as Santo Domingo de la Calzada (6,000). Depending on the number of students in each school, ETAs should be prepared to teach in one or two different schools placed in the same location or in a location nearby. Specific school placements will not be finalized until after the grant has been accepted.

IE ETAs: ETAs will assist Writing Center and teaching staff at IE University for up to 16 hours per week, plus 2 hours per week dedicated to planning and coordination meetings. ETAs’ primary role will be to lead the Writing Center (virtually and in person on each campus), overseen by the Writing Skills Coordinator. Responsibilities at the Writing Center include offering support for the Writing Skills subjects which all first-year students must take within their degree programs, the Language Proficiency Track (English-language support courses taught by various professors on each campus for high level ESL first-year students), tutoring IE students in writing and research skills, and leading the organization of the 3-Minute Thesis competition in the spring. ETAs’ other responsibilities include teaching English conversation classes for IE University staff (in coordination with the main professor),and developing and conducting writing and research skills workshops for general or specific groups of students throughout the year.

ETAs may be also involved in special projects designed by the co-sponsor. ETAs do not assume full teaching responsibility of academic undergraduate courses but should be prepared to: take part in collaborative teaching activities in English and Academic Writing classes; lead staff/professor conversation groups on both campuses (Madrid and Segovia); and work with Academic Writing students who need extra help on a one-on-one basis during tutoring hours (by appointment or walk-in).

IE is an international university in Spain. All students at IE study their degree programs wholly in English (https://www.ie.edu). Some students who still need to hone their English skills may study an additional pre-degree Language Proficiency English track summer program and then continue with additional support in English during the first year of study. English is the lingua franca at IE, but it is a generic, international English (neither predominantly British nor American). However, most students are at least bilingual, and many are polyglots who already speak/live/study in multiple languages. The IE student body is extremely international with about 70% international students from 100 countries and the other 30% Spanish students.

Selection will be based on the University’s needs and the academic and professional experience and extracurricular profile of the selected candidate. Applicants submit detailed descriptions of their study or career interests and also include relevant extracurricular activities.  The ability to be pro-active and take initiative while functioning as part of a tightly knit, extremely coordinated team is essential.

IE University has two campuses, in Madrid and Segovia. Madrid is a typical city campus while Segovia is a more traditional campus in a beautiful, more provincial setting. TAs will be placed either in Madrid or in Segovia and may be asked to travel between campuses for meetings, classes, etc. Travel between campuses will be covered by the Fulbright Commission.

University Camilo José Cela ETAs: UCJC ETAs will collaborate with UCJC staff and students for 16 hours per week, plus an additional 2 hours for coordination (a total of 18 hours of work per week, which may or may not include planning time). ETAs do not assume full teaching responsibility of undergraduate courses within any degree program (they will never be the main classroom teacher) but should be prepared to: assist teaching staff, take part in collaborative teaching activities in English, create and proofread didactic materials for lessons, lead staff/professor conversation groups or workshops, help students improve their English via Free English Support (weekly one-on-one tutoring sessions), facilitate extracurricular activities (such as The International Club, Professional Dialogue Group, weekly language exchanges, or GoFlow Yoga in English), give professional development workshops for students, or participate in other special projects designed by UCJC.

UCJC is a private Spanish university which has been operating since the year 2000, and offers Bachelor’s degrees via four faculties: Communication & Humanities, Technology & Science, Education, and Health. UCJC's main campus, located in Villafranca del Castillo (30 minutes outside the center of Madrid), is home to the majority of UCJC´s undergraduate degree programs, services, facilities, and activities. UCJC's Madrid city center campus, Campus Almagro, is the headquarters for UCJC´s Graduate School and a very limited number of undergraduate degree programs. All ETAs interested in collaborating at UCJC should be prepared to collaborate four days per week on our main campus in Villafranca del Castillo, Madrid.

The ETA profile we seek is primarily linked to our undergraduate degree programs, which offer courses taught in both English and Spanish. Approximately half of credits in our undergraduate International Degrees (Urban Management, Digital Arts, Communications, and Business & Technology) are taught 100% in English. Meanwhile, select courses in our undergraduate National Degrees are taught in a bilingual manner (primarily in Spanish, but including particular English components as well).

ETA selection will be based on UCJC´s needs, as well as the academic, professional, and extracurricular profile of each candidate. Applicants should submit detailed descriptions of their study or career interests, as well as any relevant extracurricular activities.

The specific ETA profiles sought at UCJC are as follows:

  • Majors/minors/experience with Microeconomics, Macroeconomics, Business, International Business, Finance, Accounting, Statistics, Data Analysis, Big Data, Decision Making Tools, e-Commerce, or related fields.
    • Target Bachelor's Degrees Programs at UCJC: Business & Technology, Digital Arts, or Entrepreneurship & Business Management
  • Majors/minors/experience with Communications, Marketing, Publicity, Advertising, Journalism, Transmedia Stories, Digital Media Production, Public Relations, Branding, Public Diplomacy & Networking, Negotiation & Conflict Mediation, Team Management & Emotional Intelligence, Event Management, Event Production, or related fields.
    • Target Bachelor's Degree Programs at UCJC: Communications, Creative Publicity, Protocol & Event Management, or Entrepreneurship & Business Management
  • Majors/minors/experience with Education, Psychology, Pedagogy, English as a Second Language, International Education, Developmental Psychology, Sociology, or related fields.
    • Target Bachelor's Degree Programs at UCJC: Infant Education, Primary Education, Pedagogy, or Psychology
  • Majors/minors/experience with Computer Science, Programming, Multimedia Programming, Web Programming, Apps, Machine Learning, Information Technology, Statistics, or related fields.
    • Target Bachelor's Degree Programs at UCJC: Digital Arts, Communications, or Business & Technology
  • Majors/minors/experience with Physiotherapy, Nursing, Public Health, Sports Science, Psychology, Nutrition, Emergency Medicine, Health Promotion, Physical Activity & Health, Biology, Biochemistry, Biostatistics, Statistics, Research Methodology, or related fields.
    • Target Bachelor's Degree Programs at UCJC: Nursing, Physiotherapy, Sports Science, or Psychology
  • Majors/minors/experience with Digital Arts, Computer Graphics in 2D or 3D, Digital Illustration, Web Design, Audiovisual Post Production, Media Art, or related fields.
    • Target Bachelor's Degree Programs at UCJC: Digital Arts, Communications, Business & Technology, or Film & Audiovisual Fiction
  • Majors/minors/experience with Law, Globalization & International Relations, Public Diplomacy, Criminology, Security, Psychology, Sociology, Human Rights, or related fields.
    • Target Bachelor's Degree Programs at UCJC: Communications, Law, Psychology, or Criminology & Security
  • Majors/minors/experience with Film, Audiovisual Fiction, storytelling, or related fields. 
    • Target Bachelor's Degree Programs at UCJC: Film & Audiovisual Fiction
  • Majors/minors/experience with Architecture, Urban Design, Urban Planning, Engineering, Environmental Sciences, Smart Cities, Transport & Logistics, or related fields.
    • Target Bachelor's Degree Programs at UCJC: Urban Management or Transport & Logistics

Universidad de Málaga ETAs: ETAs will assist teaching staff, conduct academic writing skills workshops, and tutor students at UMA for 16 classroom hours per week, plus an additional 2 hours per week dedicated to coordination meetings.

Responsibilities include supporting the lecturer, particularly in encouraging the students to participate in oral communication activities and motivating students to learn relevant terminology of the subject field and use it in idiomatically in different written formats (reports, essays, etc.). They may also be required to assist with the preparation of resource material for lessons, as indicated by the subject teacher.

Selection will be based on the University’s needs and the academic and professional experience and extracurricular profile of the selected candidate. Applicants should submit detailed descriptions of their study or career interests and also include relevant extracurricular activities.

ETAs may be involved in special projects designed by UMA. ETAs do not assume full teaching responsibility and should be prepared to: take part in collaborative teaching activities in English; lead staff/professor conversation groups; work with students who need extra help on a one-on-one basis during tutoring hours; create and proofread didactic materials for lessons and give support to the coordinator of the courses taught in English.

The University of Málaga is a public Spanish University which has been operating since the year 1972. It has two main campuses (El Ejido and Teatinos). 40 years after its founding, UMA has more than 35,000 students, 58 Bachelor's Programmes, 53 Master's Programmes, 278 research groups and 45 registered patents in 2011. At present, the UMA remains highly committed to making scientific development and innovation the grounds on which social progress rests. The efforts made to promote mobility and attract international talent have stood out in the recent years, resulting in an open and cosmopolitan university involved in top-level research projects.

Universidad de la Laguna ETAs: ETAs will assist teaching staff, conduct academic writing skills workshops, and tutor students at the ULL for 16 classroom hours per week, plus an additional 2 hours per week dedicated to coordination meetings. Responsibilities include supporting the lecturer, particularly in encouraging the students to participate in oral communication activities and motivating students to learn relevant terminology of the subject field and use it in idiomatically in different written formats (reports, essays, etc.). They may also be required to assist with the preparation of resource material for lessons, as indicated by the subject teacher.

Selection will be based on the University’s needs and the academic and professional experience and extracurricular profile of the selected candidate. It is desirable that one of the assistants has a profile in Sciences and another in Arts. Applicants should submit detailed descriptions of their study or career interests and also include relevant extracurricular activities.

ETAs do not assume full teaching responsibility and should be prepared to: take part in collaborative teaching activities in English; lead staff/professor conversation groups; work with students who need extra help on a one-on-one basis during tutoring hours; create and proofread didactic materials for lessons and give support to the coordinator of the courses taught in English.

The Universidad de La Laguna is the oldest centre of higher education in the Canary Islands, with more than two hundred years of history. The decree for its foundation dates from March 11, 1792, signed by King Carlos IV. Since that date, it has gone through several names and stages, until it obtained its current name in 1913. Two hundred years after its foundation, The ULL continues to be a reference point in the Canarian community which, with the Atlantic as a bridge, reaches out to the world. Currently, this public institution is composed of more than 25,000 people, including students, teachers and administrative and service staff.

Its catalogue of qualifications includes 45 Degrees, 21 Official Master's Degrees in extinction and 30 in force, 52 Doctorate programs and 25 non-official Master's Degrees. The ULL is in a process of renovating its course offerings to include new information technologies and telematic education will be promoted, and will be centralized in its Virtual Teaching Unit.

The strategic tricontinental position of the Canary Islands places its universities in a position of reference and leadership in the Atlantic region they occupy.

Other Spain ETAs: ETAs will assist teaching staff at early childhood, elementary, or high schools and universities for up to 16 classroom hours per week, plus up to an additional 2 hours per week for planning and coordination meetings. Responsibilities include assistant-teaching, in English, subjects such as social studies, science and technology, art, physical education, English language and, in some cases, English conversation classes with school staff.

Placements will be based on the academic and extracurricular profiles of the selected candidate and the school's needs. Applicants should submit detailed descriptions of their study or career interests and also include relevant extracurricular activities.

ETAs may also be involved in special projects designed by the regional co-sponsor or the school, design motivational activities, and promote critical and scientific thinking.

Eligibility

Dual citizens of this country are not eligible

Residency in host country not permitted in year prior to grant

Candidates may not reside in Spain at the time of application or during the academic year prior to the grant. Study abroad as part of undergraduate studies is not considered residency in Spain.

Special Application Instructions

Applicants must clearly state their preferences for placement type in the first sentence of the Statement of Grant Purpose. Please specify:

- If you would only accept placement in a specific region or, alternatively, your order of preference

- Your preferences regarding age group (elementary, middle or high school, or university)  

- Your preferences regarding geographic location (urban or rural areas)

Your preferences will be taken into consideration, although acceptance and placement will ultimately be determined by the Commission and the co-sponsors in accordance with each program's needs.

Dependents
Dependent support is not available
Placement Locations

Regional City

Schools are placed throughout Spain, both in urban and rural areas. Depending on the number of students in each school, ETAs should be prepared to teach in one or two different schools placed in the same location or in a location nearby. Please clearly indicate your preferences regarding age group (early childhood, elementary, high school or university) and geographic location (urban or rural areas) in your application. The Spanish region and specific school placements will not be finalized until after the grant has been accepted.

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