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.

TEFL in Japan: Ursula’s Story

Staring at pictures of exotic destinations while looking at the rainy Scottish sky, I wondered what the future held. I’d already left university and all the years of my life seemed to stretch ahead of me endlessly. My life goals had never been around getting married or having kids, and with people seeming to settle…

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…

Meet our TEFL Course Tutors

Here at The TEFL Org we firmly believe the only way to learn how to teach is directly from teachers. Whether you sign up for an online or classroom TEFL course with The TEFL Org you will benefit from expert guidance, advice, and support from our team of accomplished TEFL course tutors. All of our…