Teaching English in Beijing might just be one of the most memorable and rewarding experiences an English teacher could have in the present climate. The city has been transformed since the Olympics in 2008, and its former, austere, communist-era image is now all but a distant memory. Beijing is a great place to experience the country’s cultural star exhibits, and (more…)
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Its 7am, Saturday morning, the sun is just breaking through my curtains and my air cons on full power so I can stay tucked up in my duvet. I went to bed on Friday thinking I had my trip planned, Pattaya and Koh Larn, however (more…)
International Policy Advisor Caitlin Dixon left Newcastle, Australia, to teach English in Thailand. She shares her experience of trawling Bangkok’s hospital system, buying a fruit smoothie and mango and sticky rice every morning for breakfast and how she’d excel at those difficult interview questions in the future.
Catlin Dixon is an International Policy Advisor and English graduate but like so many other TEFL teachers wanted something more than her bureaucratic job at home. When she saw LoveTEFL was recruiting high-calibre (more…)
Traditional gap years once considered rites of passage for most students are now being reconsidered in favour of working gap years abroad after university says LoveTEFL.
The growing trend for students taking a gap year after their A-Levels has been reported to have declined after universities started charging up to £9000 per year for tuition fees in 2012.
Although gap years were once deemed (more…)