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TEFL Summer Camps

So you’ve successfully completed your TEFL course and now it’s time to search for your dream TEFL job. If you’re looking for something temporary in Europe, then look no further than applying for a short-term Summer Camp position. If you have completed a course with us then you’ll be entitled to apply through our Job…

Public vs. Private Schools in South Korea

South Korea, Asia’s best well-kept secret. A progressive democracy filled with modern cities, ancient Buddhist temples and jaw dropping landscapes. TEFL Opportunities in South Korea As South Korea’s economy has grown, largely thanks its manufacturing industry, the country has developed closer ties with the English speaking world. Public schools now have English embedded in the…

Cat in China

Teaching off the beaten track in China

Before deciding to teach TEFL in China, I had already taken a few tourist trips to the country’s main attractions. I’d wandered the scarlet passageways of Beijing’s Forbidden City, puffed and panted my way up the Great Wall, and held my selfie stick aloft to capture Shanghai’s numerous skyscrapers stacked together like pipes on a…

TEFL in Austria

Reasons to TEFL in Austria

If asked to make a list of the first things that come to your mind about Austria, you’d probably go along the lines of snow-capped mountains, sweet little cakes, and castles. Well, you wouldn’t be entirely wrong, but it’s also so much more. There are a whole range of reasons as to why Austria is one…