TEFL in Japan: Country Guide

Teach English in Japan

Japan is one of the world’s top TEFL destinations, and it’s easy to understand why. It’s a country where the old and new exist together in perfect harmony. A land of contrasts, eccentricities, incredible food, pioneering technology, and – importantly – an abundance of work for EFL teachers. Despite mandatory English education from 5th grade,…

TEFL in South Korea

Teaching English in South Korea

From the bustling streets of the capital, Seoul, to the stunning beaches and tranquil countryside of the country’s biggest island, Jeju, those who TEFL in South Korea aren’t stuck for choice. Feast on kimchi, bibimbap, and bulgogi; experience cutting-edge technology (including the fastest internet in the world!); and make use of affordable public transport during…

Best Online TEFL Platforms

The online teaching industry is booming and continues to grow rapidly, which is great news for EFL teachers! Offering flexible hours, good rates of pay, and the opportunity to work from anywhere in the world, it’s no wonder so many TEFL Org students go on to teach English online. We even have a Specialist TEFL course…

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TEFL Students Around the World

We’ve previously asked the question: what does a typical EFL teacher look like and what we found was that there is no such thing as a typical profile.  EFL teachers are different ages, come from different backgrounds and have different motivations when the enrol on a TEFL course.  They all have one thing in common though…