Blog Articles from June 2012
Posted by Kiva Richard - 15:58 on 29 June 2012
Advice for your first TEFL lesson....
Posted by Kiva Richard - 15:43 on 29 June 2012
Teaching English in China is fast becoming a popular route for many qualified TEFL teachers....
Posted by Kiva Richard - 14:58 on 29 June 2012
Get qualified to teach English abroad in as little as two days with our Weekend TEFL Course. Find out more. ...
Posted by Kiva Richard - 14:08 on 28 June 2012
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Posted by Kiva Richard - 15:57 on 22 June 2012
Find out which TEFL destination is for you. ...
Posted by Kiva Richard - 15:44 on 22 June 2012
TEFL is known for its travelling advantages and with an accredited TEFL course you can travel abroad and teach English in some spectacular movie locations. Leave the movie theatre and start an epic story of you own by teaching English abroad....
Posted by Kiva Richard - 15:35 on 22 June 2012
South America offers a massive range of TEFL Jobs and teaching opportunities for qualified teachers. Find out more....
Posted by Kiva Richard - 16:04 on 21 June 2012
Tanzania is home to the famous Mount Kilimanjaro and is a great destination for TEFL teachers to teach English abroad...
Posted by Kiva Richard - 15:42 on 21 June 2012
Earning, saving and budgeting in Japan - how to get the most out of your time teaching English in Japan....
Posted by Kiva Richard - 10:21 on 21 June 2012
Teaching English abroad is great way to experience new things, learn about new cultures and meet like-minded people. It is even if better if you can make your money stretch that little bit further. Find out which countries are considered the cheapest destinations in the world to TEFL in. ...
Posted by Kiva Richard - 09:59 on 21 June 2012
Take your TEFL career to new heights and teach English in Bhutan...
Posted by Kiva Richard - 09:52 on 21 June 2012
TEFL Jobs in Asia are some of the most sought after international teaching positions. If you want to experience life teaching English in the mystical land of Asia find out more here. ...
Posted by Kiva Richard - 09:48 on 21 June 2012
Is there any age bias in TEFL? Find out here. ...
Posted by Kiva Richard - 09:37 on 21 June 2012
The Great Wall is a top destination for TEFL teachers in China to visit. ...
Posted by Kiva Richard - 09:02 on 21 June 2012 | 2 comments
Teaching English abroad is a unique experience in any country, but perhaps no more so than in Vietnam....
Posted by Kiva Richard - 08:52 on 21 June 2012
Teaching English in Brunei offers you the chance to live and work in one of the smallest countries in the world...
Posted by Kiva Richard - 16:55 on 19 June 2012 | 1 comment
A few ways to make sure you make the most of your teaching trip to South Korea...
Posted by Kiva Richard - 16:47 on 19 June 2012
Here's just a few of the reasons it pays to get your TEFL certificate before looking for TEFL Jobs....
Posted by Kiva Richard - 16:43 on 19 June 2012
While you teach in Peru, make some time to visit this ancient Wonder of the World....
Posted by Kiva Richard - 16:33 on 19 June 2012 | 1 comment
Find out more about this top TEFL destination...
Posted by Kiva Richard - 09:04 on 15 June 2012
Through the last couple of decades English has grown to become the dominant language on a global level. International communication and business are only a few areas showing how important knowledge of English has become. English is also widely sought afte...
Posted by Kiva Richard - 17:18 on 14 June 2012
Teaching English abroad can be a truly life changing experience, something you’re not going to regret. TEFL is a great way to travel, immerse yourself into a foreign culture and make a difference all at the same time. That said, preparing to move to...
Posted by Kiva Richard - 09:28 on 14 June 2012
In the first few days or even weeks of teaching English abroad it can all feel very strange. You shouldn’t panic and hop on the first flight back home though, a little culture shock is very normal and in fact mandatory if you are visiting the unknown. Once you have settled into your teaching job and have familiarized yourself with your surroundings you’ll forget you ever faltered. Follow our tips to help you adjust to your new life teaching English abroad....
Posted by Kiva Richard - 09:21 on 14 June 2012
Once you have secured a job teaching English in South Korea you will need to apply for an E2 Teaching Visa. The following will need to be sent to your TEFL employer in Korea: 1. A copy of your degree along with a copy of your university transcripts...
Posted by Kiva Richard - 09:14 on 14 June 2012
You’ve secured a job teaching English abroad and it’s your first day and you have no idea what to wear. Maybe you are setting off to your first TEFL job interview and you want to impress your employers....
Posted by Kiva Richard - 09:50 on 13 June 2012
You won’t hear anyone say they regret their time as a TEFL teacher or that they didn’t learn and experience new things. TEFL teaching is a great career options at any stage of your life. Whether you are jetting off on your gap year or retiring abroad, TEFL can be your ticket not only to a foreign land but into a local community. Maybe you fancy a change from your boring 9 – 5 job? If getting paid to see the world is your thing, TEFL is for you! Find out more about the pros of being a TEFL teacher....
Posted by Kiva Richard - 09:39 on 13 June 2012
Dubai is part of a federation of seven emirates or states known as the United Arab Emirates (UAE). The Emirates enjoy one of the highest standards of living in the world in a relatively crime free environment. It is undoubtedly a fascinating place to teach English abroad....
Posted by Kiva Richard - 10:10 on 12 June 2012
TEFL in South East Asia - a country guide...
Posted by Kiva Richard - 09:56 on 12 June 2012 | 2 comments
TEFL in Croatia - a country guide...
Posted by Kiva Richard - 09:50 on 12 June 2012
A guide to working in Austria...
Posted by Kiva Richard - 09:17 on 12 June 2012
Taking a year out to teach English abroad...
Posted by Tim McCann - 12:24 on 08 June 2012
What makes TEFL Scotland special? Find out here...
Posted by Tim McCann - 11:35 on 08 June 2012
Change the world with TEFL. Make a difference to the lives of others....
Posted by Tim McCann - 15:23 on 01 June 2012
China is the place to teach English. Find out why here. ...
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