From the majestic Andes with its peaks and valleys to the vibrant lush rainforest South America is a region brimming with breathtaking images and a richly diverse culture that captures the imagination and feeds even the most adventurous of travelling souls.
It is a continent with great geographic and cultural diversity, but only a little over 100,000 American expatriates live there. Brazil and Argentina have the region's most prosperous economies and host the largest number of American expatriates. Other popular destinations are Venezuela, Ecuador, Mexico and Chile.
Schools in South America
There are a range of International schools situated throughout the major cities Central and South America. It is usually in the region of between 4-6 schools per City, these schools will cater for a range of pupils. Some will be a mixture of catering solely for the expat community whilst others have more of a bi-lingual / bi-cultural focus.
Culture / traditions
The culture of South America is vast and highly diverse. As a country it is characterised by warm and friendly folk who place great importance on family life, good food and even better company. Whether its beach, mountains or bustling cities you are looking for, South America caters to all tastes with its range of natural wonders, music, dancing and languages.
Most weekends can be spent doing what you love whether it be spending time on the beach or climbing mountains.
Buenos Aires is called the “Paris of South America,” an apt nickname when you consider its charming mix of tree-lined streets, high-fashion, history, and international business. A bustling metropolis of nearly 15 million, Buenos Aires is a high-energy city on the brink of becoming a world destination for business and tourism.
Latin America is to many a vast and unexplored continent full of dreams, adventures and future discoveries. Living and working on this continent can be a thrilling and rewarding experience.
The schools offer:
• Housing Allowance
• Medical cover (most schools offer)
• Varying salaries