A teacher salary in Norway is a job where you can make an excellent amount of money for your efforts, as well as receive reserved vacation time and pension.
A person working as a Teacher in Norway typically earns around 446,000 NOK per year. Salaries range from 205,000 NOK (lowest) to 710,000 NOK (highest).
This is the average yearly salary including housing, transport, and other benefits. Teacher salaries vary drastically based on experience, skills, gender, or location. Below you will find a detailed breakdown based on many different criteria.
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Teaching in Norway
Options for teaching in Norway
Norway offers plenty of opportunities for ex-pat teachers who are looking to teach English in international schools and private language schools across the country.
International Schools in Norway
There are a number of bilingual international schools for children of ex-pats in Norway that regularly recruit teachers from overseas. These international schools require teaching staff to be certified in their home country and have, at least, two years of relevant teaching experience.
Private language schools in Norway
Some of the biggest international schools in Norway that recruit teachers from abroad include AAC Global and Berlitz.
Salary and benefits while teaching in Norway
Salary and benefits for teachers in Norway vary greatly from school to school. Having a bachelor’s degree and an internationally recognized teaching certificate such as a TEFL certificate offers teachers the best chance to maximize their salary and benefits packages.
Teaching Benefit Type
Teaching Benefit Details
396,000 kr for primary school teachers; 413,800 kr for secondary school teachers
28 hours a week.
International schools will often cover your costs, including airfare and initial accommodation.
July to mid-August, as well as all national holidays in fall, winter, Easter and Christmas.
Private medical insurance benefits vary from school to school.