Teaching English Abroad

Whether you’re new to teaching or looking to make a change, we have resources to help you start your journey teaching English abroad off on the right foot. Learn how to be a better teacher for your international students, land the teach abroad job of your dreams, and make the transition to life abroad. We’re here to help every step of the way, from TEFL/TESOL certification that will qualify you for jobs around the world to vetting TEFL employers, so you can find a legitimate job in a foreign country. Embrace the adventure. We’ll help with the rest!

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What Is a Typical TEFL Salary When Teaching Online or Abroad?

A lot of factors go into TEFL salary, like where you teach, your qualifications and experience, and what a particular employer offers. We’ll break these factors and others down to give you a realistic idea of how much money you can expect to make as an online or classroom-based English teacher.

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How to Build Rapport With ESL Students: 8 Strategies for Fostering Good Relationships

Before you put those PowerPoint slides onscreen or break out the worksheets in your next English class, have you checked how your students feel about taking the day’s lesson? There are numerous ways to connect with students, be it high-fives or special greetings. Even so, finding ways to make students feel comfortable and engaged in […]

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teach English in Japan

Teach English in Japan: A Guide to Requirements, Programs, and More

If you’re an English teacher looking to work in Japan, there’s a lot in store for you besides the country’s cutting-edge technology, kawaii culture, and unique cuisine. With plenty of TEFL opportunities in this East Asian island country, teaching in Japan gives you a chance to build up not only your career but also your […]

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teach English in Brazil

Halan, Aviation English Specialist, on Teaching in Brazil

With its stunning landscapes (including gorgeous beaches) and laid-back culture, it wouldn’t be a surprise to hear that Brazil is on your bucket list of countries in which to teach English. Let one of our Bridge grads, Halan Bastos, an online EFL teacher from the Southeastern part of Brazil, give you a rundown of the […]

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TEFL Interview Questions

Advice From an Expert: TEFL Interview Questions & How to Answer Them

What’s the key to acing your TEFL interview? Preparation. Learn what schools and online tutoring companies are looking for when hiring new teachers, questions that are typically asked during a job interview (and how to answer them), and specific tips for preparing for your own job interview.

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How to Teach English in Thailand: The Ultimate Guide

Discover how to teach English in Thailand, a country with a rich culture, beautiful landscape, and high demand for ESL teachers. Learn about salaries, teaching requirements, and where to find job openings, and hear from experienced teachers who have taught there.

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ESL teacher in Mexico

Andrés, Online EFL Trainer, on Teaching in Mexico

If you want your next English teaching destination to be a country where you can learn a lot of history, try diverse cuisine, and brush up on your Spanish skills, you may want to head to Mexico next. One of our Bridge grads, Andrés Bermudez, an English teacher from Mexico City, offers a glimpse of […]

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Yes, You Can Teach English Abroad Without a College Degree!

Great news if you want to teach English as a foreign language but don’t have a bachelor’s degree: You have lots of options, especially if you’re TEFL certified! Get inspired by these top 10 places.

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Katie, teacher in South Korea, with her students

Teaching English Abroad Salaries – Where Can You Make the Most Money?

Where do TEFL teachers make the most money? Saudi Arabia, Japan, and the United Arab Emirates are among the highest paying places to teach English, yet looking only at salary doesn’t provide the whole picture when it comes to ESL teacher salary. We’ll break down the highest paying TEFL destinations and also factor in cost of living to see where you can get the most “bang for your buck” when teaching abroad.

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How to Teach English Abroad

How to Teach English Abroad: A Step-by-Step Guide to Starting Your Adventure

You want to begin your adventure teaching English abroad, but with all the various websites, blogs, and advice out there, you’re not sure how to get started. Don’t let information overload stall your plans! Follow this easy, step-by-step guide on how to teach English abroad to set your plans in motion.

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