The opportunities for teachers to work internationally have never been so good. There are now well over 6,000 international schools throughout the world. As the number of schools grows and as existing schools expand, so too do the opportunities for teachers to live and work in some of the most exciting, interesting, exotic and unique places in the world.
The ECTS (European Credit Transfer System) provides uniform credit across different educational institutions. ECTS grades make study abroad programmes easy to read and compare for all students, local and foreign, with respect for the marks of the host institution.
For over 25 years, the Erasmus Programme has grown and adjusted to the changing needs and demands of the students and EU. Today, the Programme has expanded to 4,000 higher learning institutions, 33 countries with over 2.2 million students participating.
So you’ve decided to venture abroad to earn your TEFL certificate and begin your adventure teaching and traveling abroad. In this article you will find help to get employment options upon receiving their TEFL Certificates.
Before moving to Canada the only consideration I gave to language was with regard to accent. Here is a story about the language experience in a country that sounds similar at first.