This special edition features one Global Traveller in particular - Ronna F! As she talks us through what her initial stay has been like on her Teach Trip in Peru.
Teaching abroad has become a small phenomenon among travellers and education enthusiasts alike. Not only can you get a good job in most corners of the world, but many people go on to find it becomes a passion, giving people a ticket to the world through learning English. Although being a native English speaker (NES) definitely puts you at the front of the queue, there are roles for anyone who is fluent in English. Qualifications range from online teaching English as a second language (TESOL) certificates to Bachelor and Education Degrees. The demand for English teachers is larger than ever. With English being the world’s universal language and the ability to travel easier than ever, non-native English speaking nations want to the tools to engage with the world.
If there was ever a job that doesn’t require you speaking several different languages then teaching English overseas is it. It’s arguably one of the best jobs you can do if you want to work abroad, because being an English teacher has so many rewards. Although teaching English has long been a job in demand, nowadays it’s far easier to get involved and be successful. With the world becoming more connected everyday, more flights, safe destinations and communication online, English teaching is something that is more than just an idea or a dream, it’s a full on reality!
Tired of living the same old routine? If you’re looking for an exciting way to challenge yourself and have the adventure of a lifetime, teaching abroad can be an exciting way to take your skills outside the ordinary classroom and on the road with you.
Teaching English is one of the most fulfilling jobs you can do. The amount of countries that are crying out for English teachers is enormous and if you’re a native speaker then you’re in with a whole lot of luck! The even better news is that depending on where you go, it can be easy to earn your TEFL/TESOL certificate and become a qualified teacher.
If delicious food and an out of this world experience are on the top of your travel list this year, teaching English in South Korea may just be your thing. With the old ways of Asia still shining through to perfectly balance the crazy mix of technological innovation, a trip to South Korea is sure to inspire.
Hell-Pho from Vietnam! Beauty and energy sweep every inch of this nation. When you drift off to Vietnam, you probably picture never-ending rice fields to frolick in and chaotic cities. When in reality, it's the home of everlasting progress, peace and tropical island bliss. Located in the South China Sea with a whopping population of 91 million, it's a bustling and vibrant country packed with 2,000 miles of coastline to explore. Surely by now you must be Vietnam dreaming?! With The Global Work & Travel Co. you can embrace the breezy Vietnamese lifestyle wherever you please. But here’s why you should head here and get your teach on today...
This super special edition features one Global Traveller in particular - Hannah J! You may well have seen her stunning snaps featured all over our Insta and she's already inspired heaps of other Global Travellers to take the leap! Now she's taking us through the highs and lows of her Teaching Trip in Thailand with The Global Work & Travel Co. Get the truth, the whole truth and nothing but the truth as she spills on settling into a new country and her placement abroad.