TEFL Country Guides

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…

The Most Affordable TEFL Destinations

Finished school? Graduated from university? Looking to do something where the experience counts more than the cash? Fantastic! Teaching English abroad sounds like it’s just for you. Work in the world’s most exotic locations and educate hard working pupils. It’s both life-changing and self-improving – there are many wonderful, satisfying, and fulfilling benefits to teaching abroad.…

Ten Places to Visit in Spain

With great weather and culture combined with an abundance of work for English teachers is it any wonder that Spain is the most popular destination in Europe for our TEFL graduates? Our Marketing Manager, Alan, has previously worked as an English teacher in Spain and has suggested ten great places to visit! Here’s what he…

Teach English in Mexico

There’s more to Mexico than the classic cliches of sun, tequila, and traditional mariachi bands, or of lounging on the beach, sipping on margaritas. There are the vibrant cities which look to entice you with their kitted-out, modern apartments; sleepy, time-honored villages where you could embrace the customs of a close-knit community; and let’s not forget…