How to TEFL without a degree

If you don’t have a degree don’t let that stop you from teaching English abroad! While many countries do require teachers to have a degree there’s no need to despair if you don’t have one – there are still plenty of countries where you can find work. We’re not going to lie to you: not…

What makes a good TEFL teacher?

Have a think back to your school days: who were your favourite and least favourite teachers? What was it that made the good ones good and the bad ones bad? Your favourite teacher was likely someone you made a personal connection with. Someone who understood you, inspired you, and knew how to help you get…

TEFL in Malaysia Country Guide

Teaching English in Malaysia

Malaysia is a diverse country, enriched by a multicultural population comprised of Malays, Chinese, Indians, and indigenous peoples. With the oldest and most biologically diverse rainforests in the world, picturesque islands, and otherworldly caves, Malaysia is a country that boasts a wealth of natural wonders. It’s also home to dynamic cities such as its capital,…

TEFL in Indonesia Country Guide

Teaching English in Indonesia

Indonesia boasts 17,000 islands, 200 active volcanoes, more than 500 languages, and a population of 246 million. The largest archipelago in the world presents a lot of adventures and opportunities for EFL teachers! Those with a sense of adventure are truly spoilt for choice in Indonesia.  Explore tranquil islands, witness the continuously smoking active volcanoes…

Thailand Country Guide

Teaching English in Thailand

For many decades, Thailand has been one of the most popular TEFL destinations in the world, offering plenty of work for EFL teachers, a warm climate, great food, and a low cost of living. Thailand is one of few countries that has never been colonised, and despite the fact it’s now one of the most…

TEFL in Vietnam

Teaching English in Vietnam

There’s so much to fall in love with in Vietnam. From its diverse landscape where you can discover bustling cities, sandy beaches along its 3,260km stretch of coastline, and truly jaw-dropping mountain scenery, to incredible culinary experiences such as Vietnam’s famed national dish, Pho, and the many delicious offerings of street vendors. All this combined…