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Working and Living Abroad

Kathryn Smith: From The Peace Corps to Teaching English Online

We’ve recently joined up with VIPKID to offer the readers of our Jobs Abroad Bulletin the opportunity to make a roving living teaching English online to children in China. Part of the reason we did so was thanks to Kathryn Smith, our guest writer today. Though she has found a number of interesting roles to finance her travels, from teaching in Korea to working on a private yacht, she describes working for VIPKID as “hitting the jackpot.”Read More
Get TEFL Certified in Chiang Mai with SEE TEFL

Get TEFL Certified in Chiang Mai with SEE TEFL

Recently we compared the services of six organisations offering TEFL teaching internships in Thailand. Of the choices available SEE TEFL is the only one that focuses solely on Thailand and we often see them praised in forums and groups. We asked John Quinn, director of SEE TEFL, to give us a little background to Teaching English as a Foreign Language (TEFL), and why Chiang Mai is such a great place to begin your career as a travelling teacher.Read More
Thailand TEFL Internships

Thailand TEFL Teaching Internships Compared

If you are new to Teaching English as a Foreign Language, a TEFL internship in Thailand is a great way to experience life in an exotic yet easy going country. Several companies offer the opportunity to get TEFL certified and quickly placed in a job with a Thai school, while providing the support that can be the difference between deciding to go or backing out and staying at home.Read More
Teaching English in Japan

An Expat’s Advice on Teaching English in Japan

From preparing for the move abroad and choosing the right type of visa to becoming a qualified language teacher and applying for jobs, Shaun, a British expat working as an Assistant Language Teacher, offers his advice and useful tips to help us decide which route is best for becoming a language teacher in Japan.Read More
Teaching English in China

The Ultimate Guide to Teaching English in China

We've turned over The Working Traveller once again to Cez and Agness of eTramping, asking them to share their first hand expertise on teaching English in China.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
Living in Yeoju

Brandon and Kelsey: Why I Live in Yeoju

Brandon and Kelsey are a teacher-artist duo travelling the world. Currently they are living and playing in South Korea and making short monthly documentaries about their lives and travels.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
Teach English in Hong Kong

WorldWideWorker: Jonny Blair, Teaching English in Hong Kong and Other Jobs Abroad

Ten years ago Jonny Blair left Bangor, Northern Ireland, to travel the world. Since then he has worked in bars, boats, offices, farms, theatres, shops and schools, as well as online, in his efforts to remain on the road. Read More