There are many reasons to go and teach English in Vietnam. This historic, beautiful and friendly country is very welcoming and there is a huge demand for native English speaking TEFL teachers. However, you might find that you need a teaching certificate, but luckily you can get an internationally recognised CELTA in Hanoi. Find out everything you need to know about taking your CELTA when you are aleady in Hanoi.
If you’re looking to start teaching in English in Poland, you probably have a number of questions. This blog post will provide you with all the information you need to get started, including how to find a job, where to work, qualifications and experience, expected salary, living costs and more. Poland is becoming an increasing popular destination for native English speaking TEFL teachers and you can find out why by reading this post.
Many students often ask how they can improve their English reading level and this blog post seeks to provide some helpful advice for students that are at an intermediate or higher level. The basic idea is that students should practice as much as possible. However, students need to understand the basics of the language and not read something that is above their level. This will help to ensure a natural progression when improving reading comprehension.
Lithuania is a Baltic state in northern Europe and it is an increasingly popular destination for TEFL teachers. This blog post will explain everything you need to know about teaching English in the country and provides information about how to find a job, where to work, expected salary, living costs and minimum requirements for teachers including their qualifications and experience that is expected by the various schools.
With a population of around 2 million people, Latvia is one of the smallest countries in Europe. Although it’s quite small, and has very long and cold winters, it is fast becoming a popular destination for ESL teachers. Read this post to find out why many teachers are looking to this Baltic state to teach English and what to expect when you’re looking for a job and working in the country with information about salaries, the cost of living and more.
Estonia is one of three Baltic states and is also the smallest with a population of around 1.2 million people. Although it is such a small country, it is a relatively popular country for native English speaking teachers. With good rates of pay, quite low competition for jobs, beautiful cities and countryside, it’s easy to see why so many people are now looking to teach in the country. Find out everything you need to know to get started teaching English in Estonia.
There is a huge demand for native English speaking teachers in the world’s largest country! More and more Russians are learning English and native English speaking teachers are needed to teach them. In return, you’ll get to live in one of the world’s most diverse countries, you’ll be offered a decent salary and if you can survive the long and cold winters, you’ll have the time of your life! Find out everything you need to know here!
With one of the best welfare systems and one of the highest standards of living out of anywhere in the world, it’s easy to see why so many people are looking to teach English in Finland. This blog post will explain everything you need to know including how to find a job, where to work in the country, the types of schools and jobs available, qualifications and experience required as well as expected salaries and the cost of living.
The standard of English is extremely high in Sweden and as a result there aren’t that many opportunities available for native English speaking teacher, but there are still some jobs available. Sweden is also a very high paying country for educators, but this is coupled with one of the highest costs of living anywhere in the world. But for all the expenses, you will also get one of the best standards of living out of any country.
Norway is a stunning country with mountains, lakes, snow and even the northern lights. The standard of English is very high in Norway and there aren’t too many opportunities for native English speaking teachers because Norwegians are more than qualified to teach it. If you do find a job in the country, you will find very high salaries, an extremely high standard of living, a great working environment and many things to keep you occupied when you’re not working!