Teach English Abroad

A Beginner's Guide

Teach English Abroad

Teaching abroad is a perfect opportunity combining the passion for travel and learning new culture and languages. It has always been popular for people who are seeking new exciting while meaningful experiences.

This definitive guide will help you get started by answering most common questions such as qualifications, salary, where to teach etc. 

Teaching Abroad? Is It For Me?​

How do you know if teaching abroad is for you or not? 

First of all, check out the 15 reasons why you should go teach abroad: 

Then, check if you are qualified for any opportunities: 

English is one of the most important languages in the world with more than 1.5 billion people speaking English and a further billion or so are trying to learn.

That’s why, teaching language in any non-English speaking country right now is on a massive popularity streak and is in high demand. It is even listed as the number one option for getting paid to travel on Business Insider!

Country
Salary
Cost of Living
Housing
Czech Republic
$1,000~$1,300
$350~$750
Sometimes
Spain
$750~$2000
~$1,000
No
Italy
$1,000~$1,700
~$1,000
No
China
$1,500~$4,000
$750~$1000
Sometimes
Japan
$1,700~$5,000
$1,500~$1,800
Sometimes
South Korea
$1,600~$5,000
$1,200~$1,800
Yes
Colombia
$700~$900
$200 ~$500
No
Vietnam
$1,000~$1,800
$700~$1,000
Sometimes
Thailand
$1,000~$2,500
$600~$1,000
Sometimes
Indonesia
$1,000~1,500
$600~$1,000
Sometimes
United Arab Emirates
$2,800~$5,500
$800~$1,800
Yes

The art of teaching English in a foreign country can be quite a hard thing to grasp at first. Some research and preparations need to be done, such as requirements for you to teach English abroad (degrees, experiences, qualifications etc), which can be different for different countries.

You also want to have a clear and actionable agenda planning, so that you are not feeling too rushed, or less prepared.

Teach Abroad in ChinaA great journey awaits