How to spot common ESL job scams

The English as a Second Language market has long been vulnerable to and often a victim of job-related scamming. There are far too many tales of job seekers being stung by fraudulent “recruiters” or “employers”. In some cases, potential ESL instructors have lost ten or even fifteen thousand dollars… I don’t mean to scare you

Should I get TEFL certified?

So, you’ve settled on teaching abroad. That’s great! It’s the perfect way to travel the world and experience new cultures, while gaining teaching experience and making a difference in the lives of your students. You’ve seen a TEFL (Teaching English as a Foreign Language) certificate listed as a requirement in job postings on online teaching

Top Teaching Destinations in Africa

With its landscapes, diversity and wildlife, top teaching destinations in Africa appeal to adventurers at heart looking for an “off the beaten path” teaching experience. While the majority of teaching positions in Africa are unpaid volunteer positions, teaching opportunities at international schools exist for teachers with experience and a teaching license. What to expect For

Top Teaching Destinations in Asia

Teaching jobs in Asia are some of the most sought after international teaching positions in the world. Top teaching destinations in Asia provide the opportunity to explore diverse cultures, try unique food, and travel to popular bucket list destinations (Mount Fuji, anyone?). Also, the demand for qualified English teachers can make it easier to secure

Everything you need to know about teaching abroad and getting qualified

This month, we’re excited to announce the launch of TEFL Online Open House – a special series of online information sessions on teaching abroad and getting qualified. If you’re dreaming of teaching abroad but aren’t sure where to start, are researching different ESL teaching courses to qualify for teaching jobs abroad, or just learned about a TEFL certificate, our April

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