The TEFL Org blog is updated weekly to bring you helpful tips and information about finding work abroad, stories from course graduates, and so much more.

Finding a Place to Live Abroad

3 February 2014 This is a major concern for many TEFL teachers setting of on their journey to teach English abroad. With more than 250,000 TEFL teachers living and working abroad every year, it really is a revolving door of TEFL teachers that are coming and going, and all of them find places to live,…

TEFL in Hungary

31 January 2014 Through a twist of fate, I have landed a job in a secondary school in the small city of Eger! It is in the Heves region of Hungary in the Hungarian Highlands. I am still in a little bit shocked as I only did the 50 hour TEFL course! (I was looking…

6 Reasons to TEFL in Latin America

26 November 2013 If you are still toying over where to go with your TEFL certificate, discover why teaching English in Latin America might be for you! Festivals Latin America certainly does not shy away from exuberant and colourful festivals; some of which we might dare say are the best in the world. Carnival, which…

Working at a TEFL Summer Camp

Once you have completed your accredited TEFL Course you will have your sights set on securing a TEFL job. If you’re still not sure where to go, why not use your official TEFL certificate to spend the warmer months teaching English in summer camps in Europe. On completion of your accredited TEFL course you will…

What are the Hiring Seasons for TEFL Abroad?

Knowing when the peak hiring season is can be critical in ensuring you get hired to teach English abroad in competitive TEFL destinations. Teaching English in Europe Language school hiring seasons: Primary: August/September Secondary: January Many TEFL teachers leave their positions over the summer, creating huge demand for new teachers to in Europe to fill…