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5 reasons to love teaching English in Indonesia

Ah, Indonesia – a land of smoking volcanos and sugar-white beaches, where monkeys meet surfers in a whirlwind of incense scents and coconut curry. There is loads to love about this archipelago nation of energetic metropolises and postcard-perfect islands. Here, we reveal just a taster of what makes teaching English in Indonesia such an attractive…read on

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Top things to see and do when teaching English in Mexico City

A whole load of TEFL jobs in Mexico are in the beating capital of the country. If you’re lucky enough to have bagged yourself a position teaching English in Mexico City, then this list of enticing attractions is a must read. It’s got everything from ancient Aztec pyramids to elegant colonial palaces, ensuring you get…read on

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5 places to visit after completing a TEFL internship in Hua Hin

The one-week orientation program that kick starts our TEFL internship in Hua Hin could whisk you away from the nine-to-five and down to the palm-shrouded beaches of the Thai coast. After sessions learning the local lingo, unravelling the fascinating culture of ancient Siam, and getting to grips with the Thai school system, you’ll be able…read on

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5 tips for coping with tricky TEFL students

There’s usually a few tricky TEFL students in every school – the ones who won’t settle, won’t participate in group work, won’t complete their homework. Knowing how to deal with them is the mark of a great English teacher, making these top five tips essential reading for all classroom hopefuls.      Set clear achievement…read on

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Top things to see and do when teaching English in Hanoi

In an effort to conceal just how jealous we are at anyone heading off for an adventure teaching English in Hanoi; buzzing, brilliant, sleepless Hanoi, we’ll just wax lyrical about some of the awesome things that make the capital of Nam’ such a downright great place to be. From historic mausoleums to enticing coffee shops,…read on

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Things you have to do when teaching English in Madrid

So, you’ve chosen teaching English in Madrid? Good decision! This bustling, buzzing metropolis is often hailed as one of the most immersive, fun-loving, and hedonistic in all of Europe. You’ll never be short of a cerveza to sip, a flamenco to twirl, a tapa to devour, or a priceless piece of art to wonder at,…read on

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Tips for online EFL teachers starting on the nomad life

Online EFL teachers are taking the world by storm. From the shimmering beaches of Brazil to the soaring mountains of Austria to the surf-splashed coastline of Bali, this new breed of digital nomad is popping up all over the place. If you’re dusting off your 120-hour TEFL course with a hope of joining them, be…read on

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7 islands to visit when teaching English in Greece

From sleepy harbors scented by grilling fish to idyllic beaches hemmed in by mountains and pine trees, rustic olive farms to soaring volcanic peaks, the islands have oodles up their sleeve to entertain anyone teaching English in Greece. Here are seven we think you simply must venture to:     Crete   If you’re teaching…read on

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5 activities to kick-start that Hong Kong TEFL journey

So, you’re starting a Hong Kong TEFL journey? Wahoo! There really is nowhere else quite like this immersive, buzzing, sleepless, skyscraper-spiked metropolis on the very cusp of China and the South China Sea. It’s bound to enchant and excite, albeit in its own heady, horse-racing, high-peaked way. Here are some tips for getting out there…read on

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