Au Pair in Spain: Enjoy the spanish culture
Au Pair in Spain
Spanish is one of the most spoken languages around the world with over 470 million native speakers. It is also the official language in 20 countries. The best way to learn it is as an Au Pair in Spain!
During your experience you will also be able to discover a new culture, travel to cities like Barcelona, Sevilla and Madrid and of course enjoy the Spanish lifestyle.
Au Pair Program in Spain
- Age: 18 – 30 years old
- Length of stay: 3 – 12 Months
- Working hours: 30 hours per week
- Holiday: You will get 4 free weeks during a 12 months stay. You will also have at least one day off each week, Once a month, this day should be a Sunday.
- Traveling expenses: covered by Au Pairs.
- Insurance: You need to register with the National Health Service and Social Services (“Social Security”). If you are from a European Union member country you can apply for the European Health Insurance Card. Otherwise, you will need to get a private insurance.
- Pocket money: 210 – 280 € per month.
- Visa requirements: If you have a EU citizenship you do not require a visa. In other cases, you will either need an Au Pair visa or a Student visa with a work permit.
“I was totally excited to be in the Host Country and wondered about so many things, but I love the country, the region, the culture, the language and the people. During these months it became a home away frome home.” – Larissa, Au Pair in Spanien
“I was totally excited to be in the Host Country and wondered about so many things, but I love the country, the region, the culture, the language and the people. During these months it became a home away frome home.” – Bella, Au Pair in Spanien
Au Pair Workshops
Au Pair agencies organize free information meetings for all those who want to discover more about the Au pair Program in Spain.
To help you get ready for your the trip, agencies also offer Workshops in which you will learn more about the daily life of an Au Pair, your responsibilities, get ideas for children games and get advice on how to deal with homesickness and adapt to your new home.