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Quirky Country Facts Part 3

Quirky Facts About the Top 10 TESOL Countries – Part 3 (Infographic)

One of the most rewarding and exciting aspects of visiting another country is the opportunity to experience a new culture. The best way to do that is to teach English abroad. Teaching English abroad gives you more than just the quick sample of another culture that typically comes with a vacation; it lets you immerse yourself in the different foods, festivals, holidays, and customs of your ...

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Teaching English Abroad: Meeting Friends and Making Memories

One of the best aspects of teaching English abroad is the number of interesting people you encounter. Since so many people worldwide study English, chances are, you’ll find yourself teaching someone as interesting as a world-class organist, a logistician from Doctors Without Borders, or any number of other folks who will let you in on the secrets of the ...

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Top 5 TESOL Destinations and Why

Here at Oxford Seminars, we get asked all the time about what it's like to be in a certain country, or where the best place to teach English abroad is. These are tough questions to answer because each country and region has its own charm and reason to visit for a week or stay for a few years. While the ...

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Top 10 TESOL Countries Quirky Facts

Quirky Facts about the Top 10 TESOL Countries – Part 2 (Infographic)

Teaching English abroad is one of the most rewarding things you can do with your life for many reasons, not the least of which is the experience of getting to know different cultures. This is a big wide world. You have the opportunity to get out and explore it, growing yourself as a person, all while earning money through ...

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5 Reasons I’m Thankful I Chose to Teach English Abroad

In all honesty, I can say that the decision to teach abroad was one of best decisions I have made in my entire life. The change from growing up in a small Canadian town to spending ten years living in nine different countries and traveling to numerous more has left a lasting impression on who I am and how ...

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Teaching English Abroad: Why I Teach ESL

I never thought that I would be a good teacher. I chose to teach not because I wanted to be a teacher, but because I wanted to travel and improve my Spanish.  With time, teaching ESL has become my profession and my passion. So, what changed? (This post is part of an ongoing series of guest blogs sent by ...

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Top 10 Countries for Teaching English Abroad

If you are considering teaching English overseas, do your research. Where should you go? Is it right for you? There are trends in ESL markets worldwide, which can help in determining if this is, in fact, the type of career path that you want to take. We've compiled a list of the top 10 countries that have a strong ...

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Teaching English Abroad: How a Simple Job Opened a Window to the World

My career teaching English abroad opened doors of opportunities to see corners of the world many others simply dream of. While the earlier part of my career led me to jobs in countries like Columbia and Malaysia, it was my placement in Barcelona, Spain that opened a window to see so much of the world. (This post is part ...

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Eating Your Way through Italy

Italy is synonymous with good food and family. This could be because in Italy, food simply tastes better when the dinner table is piled high with home-cooked food and family is heartily digging in around you. In fact, when most thinking of countries they want to visit simply to sample the food, images of eating pasta and sipping wine ...

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