I’ve been in Bari, located in the South of Italy for over a week now and I’ve started working at a private language school teaching English in the city. The first day of teaching began at 17:30 and consisted of evening classes with children, teenagers and adults, finishing at 21:30. I got positive feedback … Read moreOne week in Bari as a ESL teacher
Funny thing about gathering the documents you’ll need to teach English abroad. As you are going through the process it can feel complicated and daunting. But once you’re settled into your new job, in whichever country you decide to call home, you’ll look back and think, actually that wasn’t so bad. The list of required … Read moreReady to Teach English Abroad? You’ll Need These Documents
When you teach English abroad life is beautifully unpredictable. The “Ha! I live here!” moments become a daily pleasure; a family of five crammed onto a tiny scooter, Prague Castle appearing suddenly through the window of the tram. Your weekdays will have structure; teaching, lesson planning, dinner at your favourite spot. But as an English … Read moreTeach English Abroad. Make Every Weekend a Holiday.
Are you considering teaching English abroad for a career change, a break in-between studies or just a new challenge for yourself? From the moment you type online TEFL courses into that google search bar, it can be overwhelming narrowing down the best option for you. That’s why we are here to help! There are … Read moreOnline TEFL Courses VS Classroom TEFL Courses