Teaching in Scotland
The diverse and dramatic geography of Scotland will appeal to visiting international teachers seeking an unforgettable adventure. From the 20 ski runs on Glencoe Mountain to the white sands and turquoise seas of the Isle of Harris, and monster-spotting safaris on Loch Ness, it’s a country built for Instagram. Its cities aren’t lacking attractions either from the historic Royal Mile in Edinburgh, to Glasgow’s Royal Concert Hall that’s played host to the likes of BB King and Van Morrison and Dundee’s brand-new Victoria and Albert Museum, a northern outpost of the world-famous V&A in London. Foodies will be in heaven too – thanks to Scotland’s abundance of whiskey and gin distilleries and quirky delicacies such as haggis and the iconic soft drink Irn Bru. While the Scottish education system is slightly different to the rest of the UK, international teachers will enjoy the same friendly British welcome from their first day on the job to their last.