Our Top 10 Posts of 2018

As the year draws to a close many of us are taking a moment to reflect on 2018 as a whole. This year has seen our team continue to grow and we added new classroom course locations over in the USA! We also celebrated our 10th birthday back in October with a quiz night in…

Five Grammar Websites for EFL Teachers

Do you know your auxiliary verbs from modal verbs, or your past perfect simple from past perfect continuous? Unless you’re a non-native speaker of English or have learnt another language yourself, chances are you’ve never really studied English grammar beyond the basics. You know what sounds right and wrong but you probably don’t have the…

How to Save for Your TEFL Adventure

In the Black Friday and Cyber Monday aftermath, we thought this might be the best time to provide some money saving tips! If you are looking to pursue a career in TEFL, having some money saved aside is essential. Initially, you will have course fees, visa fees and flights to pay for (as well as…

Student Interviews

A TEFL classroom course is a great way to get a feel for TEFL. All classroom courses are led by TEFL tutors who have years of experience in the industry. Over a weekend/weekday course, you will take part in fun, engaging activities that will help to give you a practical understanding of TEFL. We recently…

Becoming An ESL Teacher

So, you’ve finished (or almost finished) your TEFL course and you’re wondering what you should do now? Well let’s assume that you took this course to teach English as a foreign language and let’s help you find a job! The need for ESL teachers is forever growing around the world and you are now the…

Why you should TEFL in China

According to a recent report by Euromonitor International, China is set to overtake France as the top tourist destination in the world by 2030. But it’s not just tourists who are flocking to China – it’s already the top destination for EFL teachers, attracting teachers with an abundance of work, rapidly growing TEFL market, and…