TEFL in Scandinavia

Teaching English in Scandinavia

Scandinavia is an often overlooked destination on the TEFL itinerary, yet there are plenty of rewards the ambitious TEFL teacher can reap in this region. Scandinavia tops nearly every index for gender equality, standard of living, health benefits and economic and political stability. Dramatic landscapes make these Northern European countries some of the most beautiful…

EPIK programme

What is EPIK?

Who are EPIK? Where in South Korea can you be placed? Types of EPIK schools Age of learners When to apply Pay scale Benefits Requirements for EPIK EPIK application process Who are EPIK? EPIK (English Programme in Korea) are affiliated with the Korean Ministry of Education and their aim is to improve the English-speaking abilities…

JET Programme

What is JET?

Japan is one of the world’s top TEFL destinations and a great country for those new to TEFL looking for their first teaching position, and it’s not hard to see why. Japan is full of ancient traditions and culture and offers something for everyone; from outdoor activities such as skiing and hiking to enchanting castles…

TEFL in Spain

Spainwise North TEFL Job Fair 2016

Spainwise North TEFL Jobs Fair 2016 21st May 2016 Botikazar Institute, Bilbao After seven successful years, Spainwise is coming to Bilbao for Spainwise North this May. How best to describe Spainwise? It’s a place to meet employers from different parts of Spain all in one day. Or if you’re an employer it’s a chance to…

Vietnam Internship 2016

Why choose the TEFL Vietnam Internship?

Vietnam is a beautiful, exotic and culturally diverse country in South East Asia and signing up to the TEFL Vietnam Internship is a fantastic opportunity. Not only will you complete a 140-hour Premier TEFL Course and our Teaching Young Learners Advanced Course as part of the internship, you will also have an international teaching position…

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MD Jennifer MacKenzie-Hallwood graduates from #GAP2015

On Friday 4th March, our MD and co-founder Jennifer MacKenzie-Hallwood graduated from the inaugural Growth Advantage Programme (GAP) run by the Hunter School of Entrepreneurship at the triple accredited Business School at the University of Strathclyde, Glasgow, Scotland. The programme for founders/ CEOs of high growth SMEs looking to ‘scale up’ was the first of…

TEFL without a degree

How to TEFL without a degree

Due to visa requirements, some countries do require that English teachers hold a University Bachelor’s Degree. However, if you do not have a degree, don’t let this stop you from considering becoming an EFL Teacher. There are still lots of opportunities and many countries around the world that you can teach English in, without a…

Travel apps for TEFL teachers

Useful travel apps for TEFL teachers

A great app is able to solve a problem or make your life easier. Useful travel apps can make your life teaching English abroad an absolute breeze; you’ll wonder how people ever survived before the Smartphone! Here are our favourites: DuoLingo  Problem: You can’t speak a foreign language. Solution: Designed like a game, this app…