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TEFL jobs abound. Learn how to teach English. Travel the world as an excellent English teacher. It happens very often that non-native speakers of English inquire about participation in our TESOL certification program. It is open to native and non-native speakers alike. Prerequisite is an excellent command of English. What are the chances for a non-native speaker to find work after the program? One of our TEFL trainers has taken the time to write down her experiences with non-native graduates. Native speakers who have a certain educational background and do a decent job during the TEFL certification training land [...]
I have spent summers in northern Europe. The weather tends to be fair. The days seem to be longer, and the people are friendly. There are great cultural events to enjoy and plenty of time for sight-seeing. For university students, the summer may be the ideal time to travel, teach and experience culture. By the end of the summer, students are ready to return to graduate school or further education. They have a wider breadth of knowledge. They have greater experience and exposure to culture. Some have even found the love of their life. However, as all things worth doing, it [...]
Of all the countries of the European Union, Germany pays its teachers the highest salary. Many teachers want to teach English in Germany as a result. That is no problem for EU passport holders. What about non-EU citizens? Is there a way for them to teach English in Germany legally? Yes, there is, and here is how. Tourist Visa First of all, a lot of foreign nationals get three months automatically as a “tourist visa.” During that time, there is nothing you have to worry about. If you want to stay longer and teach English in Germany, here is what you have to [...]
The latest story is that of a government official who put a Stanford University degree in her CV that the university could not confirm. On top of it, they discovered plagiarism in her doctoral dissertation. Obviously, those discoveries don’t necessarily benefit a good reputation. And it can absolutely hurt sooner or later when you are trying to build a career. The response of people in discussions about such scandals usually is that everybody does it. In Germany, a banker with the name Christian Eberhard dreamed of being a surgeon. He made his dream come true by forging a medical degree. [...]