Help me /int/ I want to move one day to glorious Russia but I have a couple questions about such a move.
Would I be accepted? I am Latino but my skin is not negro dark
I speak fluent English and Spanish and I am learning Russian as we speak. I kinda want to be a teacher of some sorts, maybe a Spanish Teacher? Is that hip and cool in Russia?
What do I need to make this move, money wise and any other requirements?
Also I wanna have a Ruski friend to talk to and teach me about glorious Russia. I wanna talk to some guy named Vladimir and he tells me all about the glories of being in Russia.
Help me please /int/ I beg of you all.
Russia + America would be one hell of a force to reckon with desu
You will be kind of "cool" and exotic here. No problem with girls and new friends. Proper education is not required for language teacher if you are native. You could probably make good money (for local standards) — one lesson with native was $100 before current crisis, now I don't know, maybe $40-50, maybe kept the same in USD. But it's a bad idea to move to Russia, anyway.
>one lesson with native was $100
Somebody got swindled
To me it is not different from any other Eastern European city with all the architecture and style that serves as a reminder of its Soviet past.
Our girls like Paris much more, though.
Paris is a fabulous shithole though.
The people are huge cunts, but really cunts.
The city is only 60% white.
Once you leave city, you arrive in what we call the banlieue, it literally looks like Africa.
There's a smog
Let's not forget that the main airport is in the middle of those banlieues. So when a Belarusian tourist wants to visit Paris and arrive in Charles De Gaule airport (the main airport of Paris), he had to take the train between the airport and the city center and he feels in Bamako because there are almost no white people in the train.
Paris is not at all the romantic city that the travel agencies want you believe.
>Would I be accepted?
We don't have strong racial issues here. Latino is considered hot and cool.
>I kinda want to be a teacher of some sorts, maybe a Spanish Teacher?
Impossible without a diploma in any government school or uni. You need to know Russian very weel and be fluent unless you're useless as a teacher. You can try private schools with lower standarts.
>maybe a Spanish Teacher? Is that hip and cool in Russia?
Spanish is not very popular but you can try.
>What do I need to make this move, money wise and any other requirements?
A working visa I guess.
>glories of being in Russia
Lad. We lost our glory, culture and future 100 years ago. Meet me after 200 years when we MAYBE evolve into something decnt again.
People especially girls tend to like what they know little about, my friend.
But once you have experienced something, your opinion about that thing won't be based on your dreams or imagination anymore but instead it becomes based on your newly acquired insight.
You can be an English teacher (or Spanish) but you need to take one of those English (Spanish) teaching exams for teachers first for example CELTA http://www.cambridgeenglish.org/teaching-english/teaching-qualifications/celta/ so your employers know that you have all the knowledge and skills that are required to be a good teacher.
Perfect Russian is optional because you teach only (or mainly) in English and you avoid using your student's first language.