Is it possible to teach English abroad without a degree? The short answer is YES, you can! The long answer sometimes includes stipulations, lower salaries, and even extra up-front cost, but there is ample opportunity for teaching English without a university degree. While having a TEFL certification will greatly increase your chances of finding work (in some cases, it’s your only chance), just because you don’t have a bachelor’s, doesn’t mean your work isn’t valued! While many of these locations prefer a bachelor’s degree, it’s up to you to put your best foot forward in the application process and to show that a degree isn’t everything! Continue reading
Did you know that teaching English abroad is not just for those with a high-ranking degree or a ton of experience? There are also ample opportunities for non-native speakers and people from all walks of life. One of most laid back regions in the world when it comes to qualifications for teaching abroad is Latin America. We’ve put together a list of the nine best places to teach English in Latin America that we think will peak your interest in a region rich with culture and history. And sure, the pay may not be as high as other places in the world, but the experience is truly unrivaled. With benefits like learning to speak Spanish, full cultural immersion, home stay opportunities, a chance to boost your resume, and an opportunity to make a difference in someone else’s life (not to mention your own), the pay will feel secondary.
I get it. The fear of long-term commitment runs deep, especially when it comes to uprooting your life and moving to another country to teach English. What if you don’t like it? Or maybe you just want to experience teaching English abroad while you travel, be it to finance your adventures, discover if you like teaching, or immerse yourself for longer than a few days in a particular community. If so, you might consider these three short-term ways to teach English abroad: Continue reading
Countries like South Korea, Japan, and China are synonymous with teaching English abroad, and by extension, the living abroad experience. As the demand for learning English continues to grow, more countries across the globe are hiring native English speakers and providing numerous opportunities for professionals looking to teach and live abroad.
But now professionals aren’t just limited to teaching if they want to move overseas. Start-ups, non-governmental organizations, and smaller companies are now hiring for a wide variety of positions all around the globe. With this many options, why would you ever stay at home? Continue reading