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As exciting as it is moving to the Middle East, it's normal to feel a bit nervy! It's a massive change of lifestyle. As it happens, every member of staff at our Dubai office is an expat from somewhere around the globe, so we asked them if they had any tips for those looking to make the move.Continue Reading...Moving To Dubai From UK – 101 Insider Tips You Need To Know
Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, most global relocation was on hold for almost 2 years. New restrictions on movement were put in place, more paperwork was required, things were tough. Are things finally starting to return to some semblance of normal in one of the most popular TEFL destinations in the world?Continue Reading...Teaching English In China 2023 – Time To Stop Yearning And Make The Move
Have you ever wondered what a city from the future would look like? The Crown Prince of Saudi Arabia has, and he's gone one better - he's started building it. Find out what that could mean for you in this blog.Continue Reading...Neom Saudi Arabia: What’s going on over there?
Big changes in China have made it easier for those looking to relocate there, as well as those wishing to be reunited with family on an Dependency Visa. Will this final lifting of restrictions fuel a surge in job applications in the country?Continue Reading...China PU Letters 2022 : Latest Update On Requirements for Z-Visas
In this article, we will share some of the most essential insider information we've gained through working directly with the TEFL industry for many years. We are independent, so we can offer you the best advice on what to look out for when choosing a course as well as how to stay safe when job hunting overseas.Continue Reading...Teach English Abroad 2022 | Essential Things To Know Before You Start
Tired of the UK? Looking to move to sunny Spain? Don't blame you. Read on to see how you can make it happen.Continue Reading...Moving to Spain after Brexit from the UK
With Kuwaitization scheme still going full-steam ahead, it may seem that opportunities are shrinking for expats in the Emirate of Kuwait. That's certainly not the case however, as new changes are on the table which would make it much easier for new talent to settle there.Continue Reading...Kuwait News For Expats: New Long-Term Visas Made Available Soon
Welcome to part 2 of looking at relocating to the UAE and which would suit you best as an expat: Dubai or Abu Dhabi? This time we look at the cost of living in each location.Continue Reading...Abu Dhabi or Dubai: which Emirate is for you when it comes to relocating? Part 2
Dubai has always been the forerunner in expat destinations in the United Arab Emirates, as well as a tourist hotspot in the GCC. However, it's neighbour has more than enough opportunities to tempt new talent and offers a different pace of life. Check out our 2-part series on these two Emirates and see which one suits you more.Continue Reading...Abu Dhabi or Dubai: which Emirate is for you when moving to the UAE? Part 1
New legislation was introduced in China in June 2021, restricting the amount of hours and times during which private tutoring of children could take place. The restrictions have been met with difficulties, seeing many continuing the tutoring and going against the governments requirements. Will the new laws hold out in the face of these struggles?Continue Reading...Private tutoring sector in China fighting the cuts – by trying to avoid the rules
This is a common question posed by those wishing to start their journey into Teaching English as a Foreign Language. Here, we will look at the courses out there and the requirements set by the industry itself to help you figure out which is the best first step for you to take.Continue Reading...How many TEFL hours do I need? Most important things to consider.
If you're planning on studying a TEFL course, which is best suited for your needs? Does it matter which provider you choose, and if so what should influence your decision? If you plan on teaching in-person overseas, then there are some serious points to consider when you're weighing up your options. Our latest creation is a unique pre-checked list, designed to make your life easier, and this post explains what we considered when putting it together.Continue Reading...Guaranteed Acceptance TEFL Courses To Study In The UK – Verified List
Going to teach overseas for the first time can feel like a mix of intense emotions. Excitement, nerves, curiosity...all of this is completely normal. One thing you should be sure of is that you've done your research. Whilst reading about something can never truly replace the experience, it can certainly at least prepare you for any obstacles and help you get around them confidently.Continue Reading...The Cons of Teaching ESL Overseas – Turning Them Into Pros
With the private tutoring industry booming in China, the government is proposing trial restrictions on when and how these companies can operate. With the TEFL sector making up a large part of the tutoring market, could this have huge implications?Continue Reading...China’s Crackdown On Private Tutoring – How Will This Affect The TEFL Industry?
Whether you've decided you're leaving a TEFL job in China and returning home, or simply transferring to a different school, you'll need to make sure your paperwork is in order. By skipping any part of the process, you could get into problems later down the line which may cause major delays to your plans, or even worse! When you're overseas, the last thing you need is to be stuck in limbo. Check out our helpful guide on what to do when you're ready to leave your position.Continue Reading...Leaving a TEFL Job in China – Complete Guide on Doing it Right