Vietnam Internship 2016

Why choose the TEFL Vietnam Internship?

Vietnam is a beautiful, exotic and culturally diverse country in South East Asia and signing up to the TEFL Vietnam Internship is a fantastic opportunity. Not only will you complete a 140-hour Premier TEFL Course and our Teaching Young Learners Advanced Course as part of the internship, you will also have an international teaching position…

Qualified Teachers and TEFL

Qualified teachers are moving abroad in droves to TEFL (teach English as a foreign language). Benefits of TEFL for qualified teachers While teaching here in the UK can be a stressful and bureaucratic business, there are many attractions to chucking it all in and moving abroad. There is the chance of better weather; rent-free accommodation;…

Travel apps for TEFL teachers

Useful travel apps for TEFL teachers

A great app is able to solve a problem or make your life easier. Useful travel apps can make your life teaching English abroad an absolute breeze; you’ll wonder how people ever survived before the Smartphone! Here are our favourites: DuoLingo  Problem: You can’t speak a foreign language. Solution: Designed like a game, this app…

What to Pack for Teaching English Abroad – Checklist

Packing to go abroad to teach English as a foreign language can be a daunting task, but this checklist should make it easier for our TEFL Courses Ireland graduates! Essentials Passport Visa TEFL certificate CV Degree certificate Insurance Birth and marriage certificates Airline tickets and itinerary Extra passport photos Driving licence Criminal check Credit/ATM cards,…

My Summer Teaching English in Rome

Written by Kathleen Scott This summer I worked as an English camp tutor for Lingue Senza Frontiere (LSF), an Italian company based in the northern coastal town of San Remo.  LSF organise summer camps for Italian children aged 7-14, lasting two to four weeks which take place all over Italy.  Camp tutors do not require…

A Day in the Life of a TEFL Teacher

So what does a TEFL teacher get up to on a typical day? How to they plan and spend their day teaching English? I used to teach English in an EOI (Escuela Oficial de Idiomas). These language schools are government subsidised and can be found all over Spain . Typical students in my classes were…