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Teaching ESL in Thailand, Taiwan and Vietnam

For those who are interested in teaching ESL in Thailand, Taiwan and Vietnam, this will be a helpful guide for you. Thailand Teach ESL in Thailand and enjoy a tropical climate and a famous tourism industry. Thailand offers exciting adventures and professional experience for interested educators looking to teach English abroad. Known as the ‘Land of a…
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Language Tips: How to Communicate With Someone Who Doesn’t Understand English

We have thousands of languages in the world and it’s not uncommon to encounter a language barrier during your work, travel, or everyday life. Communication is the foundation of building good relationships and it is hard to imagine how a society would function without being able to properly express emotions and feelings. Talking to someone…
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Teaching ESL in Germany

Are you interested in teaching English Language Abroad? Discover the unfamiliar by teaching ESL in one of Europe’s most influential modern countries, Germany. Germany has been emerging as one of the wealthiest nations in Western Europe, the desire to learn the English language is extremely high for the business world. Germany is a country filled…
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What is TESOL

Why a Cert IV in TESOL can be your Life changing Career?

As we known English is the most extensively learned and used foreign language globally. It is also, the official language for international organisations, technology, business, governments and education. The need for teachers of English to Speakers of Other Languages (TESOL) is in demand and continues to rise internationally. As we known English is the most…
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A Definitive Guide for Teaching English in China

Want to make a difference while immersing yourself in a unique culture? China is the most popular destination and has a huge demand for English Teachers. Many citizens in China want to learn how to speak English. They want you! English is a major part of their education. They offer excellent opportunities for native speakers…
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Brazil, its people, its parties, its paixão(passion)!

Brazil its paixão(passion)! Vast is a great adjective when it comes to Brazil.  Brazil boasts a vast geography that includes the bio diverse Amazon forest, the mighty Iguacu falls, a vast population of over 200 million, and vast beaches, including the famed Impanema, and Copacabana.   Brazil’s Carnival tradition is truly vast, beginning in 1641, in the…
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Bachelors of Education to the front of the queue please!

Are you one of the 15,000 newly minted teachers without a classroom this year? Or, are you due to graduate and wonder what opportunities, if any, await you after years of study? Perhaps you’re tired of the casual teaching grind, waiting to see where you’ll go next, the uncertainty and the inability to plan your…
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South Korea, Experience the culture, and the kimchi!

Why teach English in South Korea?  Free housing, free airfare, in addition to a great salary means money in the bank.  But more than the money, the country that gave us kimchi, Gangnam Style, and K-pop, offers a cultural experience like no other. South Korea, has been a favorite destination for TESOL teachers for several…
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Vietnam, the sweet spot.

Vietnam is currently a sweet spot for TESOL teachers, and for good reasons.  Whether it is because of its relatively young population, or its emerging economic success, the tropical climate, or its French influenced cuisine, Vietnam has a broad welcome mat out for western TESOLers. Vietnam takes a more relaxed approach to what we’ve come…
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Land of the Rising Sun

Japan is a major draw card for anyone looking at teaching English overseas.   Living in the Land of the Rising Sun, is an experience par excellence for any westerner.  Known for its rich and unique culture, it is a nation both ancient and ultra modern at the same time. For the first time TESOL teacher,…
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5 Great Reasons to Teach English in China

There are many great reasons to teach English in China.  While Tony Robbins might be able to give a lot of good advice, take it from Donald Trump, in the 21st century it’s all about China, China, China!  What’s got the Don so tense?  Well, China not only has a Great Wall, but it has…
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Why study business?

TESOL and Business … Strange bedfellows?                   I was asked the other day why Teach International offers a Diploma of Business. These two areas of study seem polarised … TESOL and Business. A pretty fair question as we often defend why we keep such a narrow scope…
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You have the Experience … you deserve the Qualification!

Make your experience count ! We have literally thousands of students that have studied with us over the years. Many have gone on to become successful English Teachers or Tutors.  As with most professions, the need to maintain up to date qualifications and certification becomes more important as the job market grows and becomes more…
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Is your fortune in China?

Looking for a change of fortunes?  China has a long history of fortunetelling, and its people are inclined to seek a notable sooth before any major event or endeavor.   Take the Beijing Olympics for example, its no coincidence that it opened on the 8th day of the 8th month, of 2008.   Not just the domain…
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Teach English in Laos

  Here are some Job Opportunities as at 22/2/2017 Medical English Teacher Vientiane, Laos Job Description Work as the main English teacher for resident physicians studying to improve their skills. These are people who are choosing to study and therefore, are excellent students. Their starting English levels vary considerably.  Read more… Job in Laos (Capital…
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Tutor English Online

Five great reasons to tutor English online.   Freedom. When told you can pick the hours you want to work, or the location, (as long as you have a good internet connection), it almost sounds too good to be true. Surely, it can’t be that easy?    Well, yes and no.   What’s the truth about picking…
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Some Like It Hot – LAOS

Coming from the Lucky Country, I can’t say I’m a fan of the cold, I taught English in South Korea, and the novelty soon wore off.    We’ve all heard about teaching English to speakers of other languages in countries like Japan, where currently the ski fields are doing a mad trade, rivers and lakes are…
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