If you’re looking to teach English in South Korea, you’ll need to obtain an E2 visa
Landing a TEFL job, whether It’s abroad or online can be a stressful experience. To help you navigate through the TEFL employment minefield, I’ve put together a list of the best job sites to help you filter out the nonsense and find the best position for you
In spite of the overwhelmingly negative headlines, the unpredictable nature of the country, and its horrific track-record on human rights, many of us are fascinated by North Korea.
To boost my online teaching hours and save money, I temporarily made Hungary's capital my home in 2019
The most important document you need to teach English in China legally is a valid Z Visa. To get this visa you must be a native English speaker from the USA, UK, Australia, South Africa, Canada, Ireland or New Zealand. You must also be aged between 18 - 60 years old, have no criminal record, … Continue reading TEFL Visa Guide: China (Updated 2023)
5 Companies that allow you to teach English online without a degree
How I made it through immigration at Kuala Lumpur airport remains a mystery to this day....
A year ago I wrote a post about teaching English after the pandemic. Little did I know that 'after the pandemic' was a lot further into the future than I had initially imagined. Alas! Slowly but surely & with many thanks to the amazing vaccines, that time is getting closer and closer (sort of). The … Continue reading Teach English in Asia 2022!
Getting around Bangkok can sometimes be extremely frustrating, as you can often find yourself slowly inching forward in what seems like a never ending traffic jam. However, there are several ways you can travel around the wonderful city, sometimes without having to see a single car. Getting around Bangkok can sometimes be extremely frustrating, as … Continue reading 10 Ways to Get Around Bangkok
My first week in Japanby Rachael Hornsby After months of saving for flights, researching jobs, and attempting pretty unsuccessfully to learn some basic greetings in Japanese, I was eager to get over to Japan and find out for myself what it was like. I packed up all 25kg of my life in my snazzy new … Continue reading Teaching in Japan: Part 1