Ukraine is one of the oldest places in the world located in Eastern Europe, bordering the Black Sea, between Poland, Romania, and Moldova in the west and Russia in the east. Unique archeological excavations abound from Greek ruins dating back to 400 BC to 14th. With 33 nature reserves, national parks and biospheres, hiking and camping in breathtaking locations like the Carpathian Mountains can be found in abundance. Teaching English among Ukraine’s history and natural beauty could be the best choice you ever made.
Due to recent events, please consult the Australian Government Smart Traveler website for updates on safety and security before deciding to teach abroad in Ukraine.
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Peak Hiring Times
|Classes begin late-August to September and again mid-January to early February.
|To live and work in the Ukraine, individuals must first obtain a work permit and then apply for an IM-1 visa (work visa) and then a temporary residency permit. Obtaining a work permit requires the assistance of an employer and upon receiving one, foreigners are required to leave the country to apply for their work visa. Many travel to nearby Poland to apply.
Australian Government Travel Advice
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