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Teaching and Tourism Jobs Abroad with Disney

3onFriday: 3 Jobs Abroad With Disney

The mighty mouse is prevalent on the high seas, in Europe, America and elsewhere. From selling soft toys to dressing up as the face of the company, Disney can help pay the bills racked up on a year out. Read More
Bad Working Abroad Experiences

3onFriday: 3 Bad Working Abroad Experiences

Travel blogs and websites tend to make travelling out as an always great experience, emphasising the wonders of the world and neglecting the negative. We are no less guilty in our working abroad niche so here are some horror stories for Friday the 13th. Read More
Teach English in Japan

3onFriday: 3 Websites for Finding a Teaching Job in Japan

There's more to working in Japan than just teaching English though, to be honest, not that much more if you don't speak Japanese. Our initial short list for today's Friday three did include a couple of sites good for other ways to work in Japan but we'll follow these up another day and instead focus today on good sites for finding teaching jobs in Japan.Read More
English Teaching Assistant Jobs Abroad

3onFriday: 3 English Teaching Assistant Programmes Abroad

If you are willing and able to get out in front of the students and teach your own language, several governments around the world will welcome you with open arms to their country and put some money in your pocket too. We’ve picked out three varied countries where you could soon find yourself spending up to a year as an English language assistant.Read More
Bad experience Teaching English in Korea

James Benge’s TEFL Torment

You’ve got your ticket and a job abroad lined up. What can go wrong? Well, lots of things can and sometimes we like to present a reminder that working abroad isn’t all puppies and pie. This cautionary tale from James Benge originally appeared in TWT when it formed the magazine section of our Overseas Job Centre site:

“This is just a short warning emphasising the need for people who are going to teach abroad to check their contracts. This is due to a recent trip to South Korea where my plan was to stay for twelve months being cut short after only six weeks...

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Volunteer work exchange teaching English in Germany

Help to Create an English Speaking Environment in Germany

If you have spent the past week talking English but paying for your meals and accommodation, then I’m afraid to say you are doing something wrong. There are places in this world where we can do what we do all day any way and people will feed us and give us a free bed to sleep in.Read More
English language summer camp jobs in South Korea, Spain, France...

Work Abroad at English Language Summer Camps

Last Friday we highlighted working in summer camps but other countries also have summer camps but with the focus for participants centred more on learning English rather than sports and outdoor activities.Read More
Teach English in Thailand, China and Saudi Arabia

TEFL Jobs in Thailand, China and Saudi Arabia

LoveTEFL are currently inviting online registrations for their upcoming recruitment day on February 22. The recruitment day is to be held in Leeds and intended to promote their job opportunities in Thailand, China and Saudi Arabia. They will be running presentations, Q & A sessions and 15 minute interview slots for anyone wishing to grab their dream job as soon as possible.Read More
Teaching English in Spain

¡Pelead en Inglés, POR FAVOR!

I haven’t had much chance to read too many books on this trip as we have spent so much time static in Chiang Mai. We are now on the move again making our way to Singapore and with movement comes time to read. I’m currently enjoying Jeremy Dean’s Zen Kyu Maestro: An English Teacher's Spanish Adventure. Read More
Living in Seoul, South Korea

Sarah Shaw: Why I Live in… Seoul

A travel writer and artist, Sarah Shaw is currently enjoying her last remaining months as an expat in South Korea. She’s originally from Maine, but throughout the past six years has lived on four different continents, and spends her days getting lost, petting stray cats and embarrassing herself in foreign languages.Read More