Who Teaches English Abroad?

The simple answer is ‘all sorts of people’. Gap year students. Graduates. Retired people. People who can’t find a job they like at home. People who need a career break. Basically, if you’re looking for a way to work abroad and earn a decent wage, taking a TEFL course and getting a TEFL job abroad is a great way to get started.

Job Hunters

“ I’m 31 years old and have been working in Prague since last November. Before coming to Prague I was working in a law firm, training to become a solicitor…”

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Professional Teachers

“ I recently attended a classroom TEFL Course with i-to-i. I was expecting to be tired after long hours of study but instead I felt inspired!… ”

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Graduates

“ I graduated from university in 2009 from a Film and TV course. Initially when I began the course I was planning on going into the industry but… ”

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Life Changers

“ My name is Gareth, I’m twenty-four years old and I’m a kindergarten teacher in Bangkok. Why did I decide to leave England to teach English in a far-flung corner of the planet?… ”

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Students & Gappers

“ After sitting my A Levels, I decided to spend three months of my gap year teaching English in Beijing, China. I wanted to experience somewhere that was totally different to anywhere I had previously travelled to… ”

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Retired TEFLers

“ I suppose the beginning of the story was when I resigned from my job as a teacher in South Africa and went to England for an ‘adventure’…”

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Globetrotters

“ TEFL has given me the freedom to be able to go anywhere I want. If there is a country or city I would like to visit but maybe don’t have the savings it allows me to just look for a job there and go!”

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Volunteers

Get paid to travel the world and make a worthwhile difference in local communities! Enhance your experience and give the best education by getting the best training before you travel.

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