Teaching English Abroad

The 7 Best Places To Teach English In Europe (In 2019)

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Do you dream of living and teaching English in Europe? Europe undoubtedly has something to offer for everybody. Researching the 44 countries, and deciding which one to call home, is not easy. This post lists the best places to teach English in Europe in 2019 and explains the specifics of the regional TEFL job markets.…

The Expat Tax 101 for US Teachers Abroad

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It’s always an exciting opportunity when one can go abroad to teach. You will have to say goodbye to beloved persons and things. But although you are leaving the continental US, your tax obligations stay with you. We’ve written the following guide to help educators abroad understand if, when, and how they need to file…

The Hassle-Free Sim Card in Japan for Foreign Teachers [Sponsored]

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Sponsored post – Mobal now offers a hassle-free Softbank sim card in Japan for foreigners, with a special price for teachers. You’ve landed your dream teaching job in Japan. You’ve found a place to live. Now all you need is to get your smartphone up and running and live life as it should be – online…

The 6 Reasons Why You Should Try Teaching Abroad

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Teaching abroad is an unforgettable experience. The new people that you meet, the new connections that you make, the amazing culture transition that you’re undergoing – they all add up to an extraordinary overall adventure. There are so many reasons why teaching abroad will change your perspectives and enrich your attitude towards life! But before…

Teaching English in China Without a Degree – is it Possible?

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Being a native speaker and having at least a Bachelor’s degree: these are the most basic requirements to obtain a Chinese work visa for English teachers. Do you wonder if teaching English in China without a degree legally is possible at all? This post fills you in about your options and the risks. When considering…

How To Get a South Korea Work Visa (E2 English Teaching Visa)

Westerners, who want to teach English in South Korea, need an E2 South Korea work visa. To qualify for an E2 visa, you must meet strict requirements, bring your documents and find a job first. This post walks you through the tricky process of applying for a South Korea work visa. South Korea is one of the…

The Guide on How to Teach English in Mexico

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What should you know about teaching English in Mexico? Those US Americans that teach English in Mexico are able to experience a foreign country and culture without traveling very far from home. There are also large expat communities in many Mexican cities which can be excellent resources for new arrivals. The weather is always beautiful…

7 Options That Teachers Can Use to Make Money on the Side

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Teaching is surely one of the most recognized professions. Unfortunately, not one of the best-paid ones. Are you looking for a side job to cover living expenses or afford some extras? In this post, you’ll find seven practical ideas for side jobs for teachers. Teaching abroad is an enriching, rewarding and life-changing experience. You’re given…

The Best Places To Teach English Abroad In 2019

The options for teaching English abroad are endless: You want to live la vida loca in Latin America, immerse in China’s completely foreign culture or enjoy the cheap prices of South East Asia? This list of the best places to teach English abroad will help you to make a decision. It’s a new day and…

Could You Handle A Director Of Studies Job In China?

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Could you handle a job as Director Studies in China, or more importantly, would you want to? For a lot of people who decide to teach English in China, it is for the chance to get away from life inside an office and do something completely different, creative and rewarding. I know plenty of excellent…

The Guide To Teach English in Prague, Czech Republic

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Prague is called the ‘Mother of all cities’ not for no reason, and it’s a premier TEFL destination in Europe as well. Before you teach English in Prague, you might have questions to ask. This guide explicates, what is so special about the capital of the Czech Republic and how to start off teaching English…

7 Vital Tips For Getting A Job To Teach English Abroad

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At any given moment, there are an estimated 250,000 Westerners around the world teaching English.  There is a good chance that you’ve had a friend, relative or acquaintance that currently teaches or has taught abroad. If you’ve come to this post, you are most likely thinking about jumping continents yourself for at least a year and…

How To Ace The Job Interview In Korea (As An ESL Teacher)

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So you’ve decided to teach English in South Korea. You’ve talked to a recruiter and they want to interview you. Now what? As someone that has taught English in South Korea, I know that it can be a process from the moment you first apply for a job until you actually begin working. I would…

The Guide To Teach English in Thailand

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Teaching English in Thailand – this sounds like living and working in a place where others spend their vacation. However, the job market is competitive and opportunities for newbie teachers are limited. In this post, you’ll learn how to get off to a good start to teach English in Thailand. A TV documentary or your…

How To Teach English in Colombia – What You Need To Know

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Do you want to teach English in Colombia? Of all the places to teach English, I can’t think of a country that is more appealing than Colombia. Are you going to pay off your students loans, save up for a down payment on a house or buy a new car outright after teaching in Colombia…

My Observations of Teaching English in Jeddah, Saudi Arabia

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I am just finishing my second year of work in Saudi Arabia, where I live in the 2500 year old city of Jeddah, population 4 million, which boasts the largest port in the Red Sea. In order to better describe my life here,  a little background is in order which involves an overview the holy…

Interview: What It’s Really Like to Teach English In China

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ESL program descriptions, salary and benefit breakdowns, job requirements, and articles on life in China are all phenomenal resources to turn to while researching your big idea to teach English in China. We recommend consulting as many resources about teaching and living in your ideal country as you can. Thorough research will help you make…

The Pros And Cons Of Being An ESL Teacher in China

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In the social media, internet lighting speed world we live in, it is becoming very difficult to decipher fact from fiction when you’re thumbing through your newsfeed or browsing the web. If mainstream media is to be believed, we are living through an era of fake news, and everyone has an agenda. For this reason,…