Au Pair Europe

Twinkle Au Pairs - Au Pair Europe

Would you like to go to Europe as an Au pair?

Being an au pair is a rewarding experience. You will have the opportunity to learn/improve your foreign language skills, meet new friends and free time to visit places.

We offer the Au Pair Programme in Europe to British and EU nationals. We have carefully selected partner agencies in Europe; they have proved to be trustworthy and reliable.

We place au pairs in France and Spain.

All our partner agencies screen host families and offer support during your stay in their country. They organise au pair meetings, trips and social events. You will get contacts for au pairs in your area and advice on a language school.

If you are
– Aged 18 and over
– Single with no children
– Able to provide clean criminal record check
– In good health
– Have some prior knowledge of the chosen country’s language
– Happy, friendly, responsible and flexible person
– Willing to help the host family with children and light housework

Then apply with us!


You will need
– Fill in a registration form
– Photos of you with children that you have looked after, your family and friends
– DBS/police check to prove you have no criminal record (we can help you to obtain this)
– Medical note from your local GP stating that you are in good health
– Copy of passport
– Copy of driving licence (if you will drive abroad)
– Dear Host Family letter
– 2 childcare references and 1 character reference
– Any other documents of interest (First Aid, childcare diploma etc.)

Please contact us and we will send you an application pack for your chosen country. Once you have completed the application we will contact you for an interview. We interview all au pairs in person or by Skype.

After the interview we will send your application to our partner agent and they will match you with a family. Au pairs usually talk with the families on Skype and if the family is satisfied and you accept their offer they will write you an Invitation Letter with your programme details (start date, main responsibilities and duties, working hours, holidays, pocket money and other relevant information).

The au pair pays for their travel to the chosen country. At arrival your host family will wait for you and pick you up. You can contact us for advice on the travel options.
You must take an EHIC card (European Health Insurance card) with you. If you don’t have one you can easily apply for one. In addition we recommend having health insurance..

Au Pair Europe was last modified: May 9, 2017 by Twinkle Au Pairs