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!
Notes from the Field: Teaching English in Hungary
Last month we published a feature on South Korea, one of the hottest TEFL markets in the world. This month, we chose a destination slightly off the beaten path—Budapest, Hungary. While not as many people teach English in Hungary each year compared to South Korea, it is an emerging destination that has a lot to offer. We […]Read More
Notes from the Field: “Chile was a great choice!”
Greetings, faithful readers. If you haven’t already heard, Bridge is seeking candidates for our Teach in Chile program. Our institute in Chile has become one of Santiago’s top schools for learning English, and it is certainly a hotspot for those seeking to secure their EFL certification through the IDELT program we offer there. Many of […]Read More
Get an International Driver’s Permit!
This post was written by Kaye McDaniel So, you are heading abroad to teach English. Have any of your interviews included the question, “Do you have an international driver’s license?” They might. There are a lot of schools that will have you commuting to other areas (don’t worry, they provide a company car). An international […]Read More
PROGRAM SPOTLIGHT: The Truth About Teaching English in Chile
This post was written by Kaye McDaniel So, you want to teach English abroad? You’ve read all the TEFL books and brochures, scoured the internet for hours researching locations and programs, but you still have doubts, right? We asked two English teachers to share their experiences of teaching and living in Chile. Jacqueline Sedore, a 25 year-old Canadian […]Read More
Getting Rid of the Jitters: An EFL Teacher’s Guide to Success on the First Day
I can still remember the first day that I was introduced to my new English class, a group of 15 or so high-school students in a small town in France. I walked into the room, took one look at their curious faces, opened my mouth and nothing came out. I was stuck somewhere between not […]Read More
The Truth About Cats and Dogs – Taking Your Pet Overseas
This post was written by Kaye McDaniel If you’re attached to your loving fuzz ball as much as most of us are, you will probably have a hard time parting with them when heading abroad. Fear not! If you do you research on where you are heading and plan in advance, you can likely take your […]Read More
The Japanese Classroom – What I Learned Teaching English in Japan
This post was written by Laura Greenwood – Guest post by: Marisa Brooks As I prepared for my very first trip to Japan right after college, I tried to do as much research as I could. I learned about the food, a bit about the language, and some of the customs and culture of my host […]Read More