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TEFL in Poland: Katie’s Story

I like to think my TEFL journey began somewhere in the depths of the Amazon rainforest. It was 2014 and it was my first proper solo trip. I was volunteering in Ecuador, helping in schools and local villages when I learnt just how much travelling can enrich your life. The people I met I still […]

A Guide to TEFL for Students

TEFL isn’t just for graduates – in fact, if you’re thinking about teaching English after university then it’s a great idea to start building up experience while you’re still a student. Whether you’re thinking ahead to a full-time teaching position abroad after you graduate and want to build up your TEFL skills and experience to […]

TEFL Org’s 2018 Charity of the Year: ActionAid

TEFL Org is delighted to announce ActionAid as our Charity of the Year for 2018. ActionAid was chosen by our team for its incredible work in supporting women and girls, to gain access to life opportunities through education, fair working conditions and equal rights in some of the world’s developing nations. All customers will have […]

Top 10 places to TEFL in 2018

Research by the British Council suggests that the number of English learners around the world is set to exceed 1.9bn by 2020, which means the demand for English teachers is only going to keep growing. This is great news for anyone from first-time teachers looking for exciting gap-year opportunities to experienced EFL teachers. Whether you’re […]

A Summer of TEFL: Emily’s Story

My journey in Teaching English as a Foreign Language began almost a year ago – I’d returned from my year abroad, which I spent studying in Italy and in Switzerland, and I was also seriously unwell at the time with ovarian cancer. I was looking for something to get me through the following months of […]