We can assist you with acquiring a visa to stay and work in Cadíz
Unless you have an EU Passport, you’ll only be allowed to stay in the Schengen Zone on a tourist visa for 90 days. The Schengen Zone includes Spain and most other EU countries. If you plan to stay longer, you need to apply for a different visa.
You have two options:
With the long-term student visa, you are eligible to legally work for up to 20 hours per week, which is almost a full time job (24 hours teaching is generally considered full time). The short term student visa does not allow you to do paid work. If you decide you would like a long-term student visa, then you also need to be enrolled in a full time course of study. 20 hours a week of studies is considered to be full time.
We work closely with a partner Spanish school in Cadiz to provide you with a Spanish course which meets the requirements of the Spanish consulate in order to apply for the long-term student visa. This would be taken after your Trinity CertTESOL course.
Total: 80 hours (20 hours per week)
Intensive Spanish course fee: From €760 per month
Example for a long-term student visa application:
Trinity CertTESOL course: €1400
6-month intensive Spanish course: €4560
Total course fee (7 months total): €5960
Teresa will guide you through the visa process step-by-step and ensure that the process is streamlined and stress-free. This includes:
Before you arrive:
Once in Spain:
Generally speaking, the Spanish consulate requires the following:
Visa service fee: €0
Our visa service is free of charge.
If you are thinking about coming to Cádiz to take our Trinity CertTESOL, one of our teacher development courses or a Spanish course with our local partners, get in touch to find out more about how we can help you obtain your visa or apply for a course.