Why has English language become a powerful language? Why do many people want to learn English? Why has the demand for English language courses and tests like IELTS, TOEFL and TOIEC increased? Chinese is spoken by more people than English but why are more Chinese people learning English than vise versa? The advancement of the internet, the demand for quality education, the increase in global travel, and international relations among other factors have contributed to this trend. Continue reading
One of our latest blog posts gave you seven reasons why it’s not smart to consider teaching English abroad without a TEFL certification, and now we’re back to let you in on seven little ways to take care of the cost of that TEFL certification course (you’re welcome). The benefits of TEFL certification (as outlined here) are plenty, but we also understand that almost every endeavor worth its salt comes with a necessary upfront investment. Sometimes that can be difficult to come up with, and we thought of a few ways to help you out. Continue reading
Each year, we like to compile our list of the best places to teach English abroad and this year is no different…though our list is.
If teaching English abroad has recently crossed your radar as a likely opportunity, then you’re probably already asking yourself the hardest question of all — where? Will you head to Latin America? Asia? The Middle East or maybe Europe?
No matter which corner of the world interests you most, each has an experience of a lifetime awaiting you. As the demand for Native English speakers continues to climb, more countries are entering the scene and each year different countries make our list for the best places to teach English abroad.
We know that choosing a country is often the hardest part of teaching English abroad, so we hope this list will help you narrow it down. To compare 60 countries around the world, download our Country Comparison Chart here.
So, without further adieu, we introduce the top places to teach abroad.
When it comes to any job, we all know it pays to be properly trained. That’s why those who want to teach English abroad — whether they want to do it simply to support their travels or for a career change — like to take a TEFL certification course.
In these courses, you’ll learn how to teach English as a foreign language by discussing grammar points, lesson planning, how to deal with cultural sensitivities and more, as well as gain hands on teaching practice before you ever step foot in the foreign classroom. If you read our Ultimate Guide to Choosing the Best TEFL Course for you and decided on the Online TEFL course option, here are seven ways to get the most out of it. Continue reading
One of the most important questions you will ask yourself when deciding to teach English abroad is WHERE is the best place to teach English for YOU.
Are you interested in a the best place to teach English AND save money? Perhaps a TEFL job in the Middle East is the right choice. Or maybe you want to teach English AND learn another language? Perhaps teaching English in Latin America is best. Or maybe you just want to live and soak up the a European culture, or live on a beach in Thailand. (And teach too!) Continue reading
For the last few years teaching English abroad has become a popular option for recent college graduates. Seemingly, you can get the best of both worlds: you get to travel and you get paid.
But what if you could teach “abroad” all from the comfort of your computer? This way you can still teach and earn an income while living in your home country, or better yet, while you are traveling. 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