Start Your TEFL Adventure This Summer
Grab Your Passport: It’s TEFL Time!
With loads of TEFL (Teaching English as a Foreign Language) jobs starting this summer, you’re just a few weeks away from the adventure of your life!
Teaching English is an incredible chance to experience new cultures, first hand. You’ll be immersed in a new life, where you’ll get to experience things that tourists can only dream of. You’ll also build relationships within the community and make some fantastic new friends.
There’s no need for any teaching experience or the ability to speak another language, so find out more today!
TEFL Jobs Starting This Summer
English teachers are desperately needed in Japan, especially considering the recent devastation in March. Generous training and relocation support is available to those who are willing to be assigned anywhere in Japan (which includes the 4 most affected areas – Miyagi, Iwate, Fukushima and Ibaraki). You’ll also be offered round-trip airfare, a signing-up bonus of ¥100,000, a salary of ¥90,000 a month and free accommodation.
The program in Spain is designed to give you the chance to immerse yourself in the Spanish culture so you can have a truly authentic experience in Spain, whilst teaching in different schools! You’ll be offered a home-stay with a Spanish family, food, and transport to/from school. If you’re eager to explore Spain and dip your toes into the TEFL waters, this could be the perfect experience for you.
You may not have thought about teaching in Georgia before, but you soon will be! Candidates will receive a one-year contract, including: return air-fare, accommodation, food, health insurance and around £250 a month, tax free (that’s better than the average salary in Georgia!) And, just to top it off, we’ll also throw in a return flight home to see your friends and family at Christmas too!
The Korean government offer TEFL teachers a fantastic opportunity to teach English in Korea. You’ll gain a unique insight into Korean culture, valuable teaching experience in public schools and the chance to meet 1000s of other teachers, who are posted around South Korea every year. Plus, with high wages and a low cost of living, you’ll have plenty of cash to enjoy your spare time.
How to Learn More:
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I honestly don't have a bad thing to say about teaching English in Spain. Madrid is a fantastic city, easy to live in, friendly, reasonably cheap and teaching here has been great fun. My students have all been a delight, they’re all very enthusiastic and ready to learn.
I have learnt so much and come so far since arriving in Japan. I am now settled at school and have some great students. Teaching is fun – not as hard as I thought it would be. I have made a group of friends that are both teachers and Japanese locals. Japan is now my home.
I actually, honestly love everything here in South Korea: do TEFL, go and explore, have a blast - these have been the best ten months of my life.