Teach Welsh abroad

  • Closes: NA
  • Location: Cardiff/Patagonia
  • Status: open
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There are around 50,000 descendants of the ‘Mimosa’ tea clipper which departed Wales in 1865 with 153 Welsh settlers on board. Every year The British Council recruits three Welsh language development officers to take part in a partnership project in the Welsh catchment areas of Patagonia: Andes, Gaiman and Trelew).

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This is a fascinating opportunity for people with experience of teaching Welsh at nursery, primary or secondary levels to promote and develop the language and Welsh activities in one of the regions. The Welsh Language Project is a partnership project between British Council, Welsh Government and the Wales-Argentina Society.

A grant is available to cover costs including flights, medical insurance and visa renewal fees and a monthly salary allowance included for successful applicants.

Although the applications for 2017 have now closed, you can sign up for notifications and updates from the British Council on the next recruitment round for 2018.

Who should answer?

People with experience of teaching or promoting Welsh at nursery, junior, senior or adult levels.

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