Tutoring in Spain
Be a Homestay Tutor in Spain!
Teach & Conversation in English, French or German
Who Can Apply
- Males or females aged 18 – 35 years old
- Be fluent in English, German or French. Preferably native speakers
- Minimum education: High School – Secondary Education
- No formal teaching qualifications needed, although it will strengthen your application
We accept participants from:
EU (Schengen area), UK, Australia, Canada, New Zealand, USA, and South Africa.
You are welcome to join the program at any time throughout the year. The exact arrival date in Spain will be agreed upon and confirmed by your host family.
During summer months the tutor may be asked to join the family at their holiday destination.
Length of Stays
The minimum stay is 4 weeks,
preferably 8 weeks. You could extend your stay up to 12 months – except for non-EU citizens on a tourist visa, whose maximum stay would be 12 weeks.
Non-EU citizens could extend their stay If they enroll in a course, making them eligible for a student visa – as long as they enroll before travelling to Spain. Please check out the special deals on Spanish courses that we offer our applicants, should you like us to enroll you in a Spanish course.
Great way to see Spain as you will have plenty of time off!
- Time Off
- Work Schedule
- Weekly Allowance
- Teach & Conversation in English, French or German
- Keep your room clean and tidy
- Respect the familys’ rules
Please note that your role in the host family is as a tutor and therefore you are expected to informally teach and give conversation classes in your language. You will not be asked to perform domestic chores or child-minding. Should you have queries, do not hesitate to contact us.
- Saturdays & Sundays
- Outside of your work schedule you will be free to manage your own time
3 hours/day – Monday to Friday
Assistance & Advice
When applying and with Host Family Placements.
Booking & enrolment
in a Spanish Course (should you like to attend one)
We supply you with the documents needed and guidance through the applying process (should you need one)
Throughout your stay in Spain
If you arrive within reasonable hours
In your own private room
7 days a week
With tons of useful info sent via email
Access to FB Group
Where you can meet other participants in your area
24 hours Emergency Phone
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Au Pair in Spain
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25 hours or 30 hours/week
1 or 2 days off
Dinero de bolsillo
De $850 a $ 1,100*
Once or twice a week -never in a row-
- Do I need to speak Spanish?
- How does the matching process work?
- Do I get to speak to the family before I depart?
- How do I interview with familes?
- What happens if I don't get matched with a Host Family?
- Do I get to choose where to go?
- How does the payment work?
- Does the fee include flights?
- How will the family pay me my pocket money?
- I´m not an EU passport holder. Can I still apply?
Don’t worry about being fluent in the language, we just ask that you get to grips with the basics before you go. Not only does this demonstrate to the family a willingness to learn but it also makes settling in that bit easier.
You’ll be matched once you’ve completed all required documents. Please be aware that it will take from 1-8 weeks to be matched, as we want to ensure we match you to the right family. Smaller Earth will notify you each time a family has requested to interview you.
Interviews with families will take place over Skype and it’s advisable you chat to them at least twice to ensure you feel comfortable and have asked them any questions you may have.
You may only Skype with one family before the match is confirmed, or it may several families – it’s all perfectly normal and is different per Participant.Absolutely! In fact we can’t encourage this enough. Once you have been matched, it’s a good idea to email or call the family a few times before you depart just to maintain regular contact.
In fact we can’t encourage this enough. Once you have been matched, it’s a good idea to email or call the family a few times before you depart just to maintain regular contact.
Most interviews are conducted via Skype – so make sure you have a good internet connection and a webcam.
Hopefully this situation won’t arise due to the screening of your application. Club RCI have a lot of experience interviewing Participants and we know what families look for.
You can let us know if you have a location preference, but please note that this isn’t guaranteed. We prefer to avoid matching Participants and Host Families purely based on location; instead we try to match your interests, hobbies and experience. Remember that you will have plenty of time to socialise on your time off and explore all that Spain has to offer. So, if you’d love to go to a different city for a weekend, you can get planning with your new friends!
The fee is due only once your match with a Host Family has been confirmed.
The program fee does not include flights. However, you should be able to find cheap and reasonable flights with low budget airlines.
Families will usually pay you in cash. If you have another preferred way of being paid, this is something you can discuss with them in more detail once your match has been confirmed.
– Only applicable to Au Pair, Au Pair Plus and Teach & Play programmes. Tutors DO NOT get a weekly allowance-
- EU (Schengen area): Citizens from EU countries from the Schengen area do not require a visa, regardless of the length of stay.
- New Zealand
- USA and
- South Africa.
- New Zealand
- USA and
- South Africa.