Teach abroad

A Language Graduate teaching English in Italy

Robert's experiences as a graduate teaching English as a Foreign Language through International House in Jesi, Italy.

by Robert Owen Pinn

 
 
English

10 things I wish I had been told before being a Language Assistant

by Joanna Freeborough
 
Spain

The benefits of spending a year abroad as a graduate

by Elise Davies
 
France

The year abroad: a parent's perspective

by Jessica Wells
 
France

The life of a Lecteur in a French university

by Ben Brunton
 
Living and working in France

Where to live in Perpignan

by Elizabeth Gibson
 
English

8 reasons why teaching English abroad is the best thing you could ever do

by Nicola Gwyer

Mole Diaries

 
Salamanca

The Mole Diaries: Salamanca (Volume 2)

by Elizabeth Gibson
 
Latin America

The Mole Diaries: Lima, Peru

by Amelia Steele
 
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The Mole Diaries: Guadeloupe

by Madi Matei
 
France

The Mole Diaries: Raon L'Etape, Lorraine

by Emily Dowse

Questions about Teach abroad

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For teaching in India I can see it’s 2 to 5 months - can you choose the d...

Teach abroad

Hi there,Thank you for your question. You can select either a 2 month or a 5 month placement in India and you will be allocated the length of placement you request and matched to an appropriate school...

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Could anybody advise me on whether to study or do a teaching assistantship...

Year Abroad
Q

What are my options with regards to Mobile Phones when I go to Spain?

Teach abroad

I was on 3 UK and I got them to unlock my iPhone before I went so that I would be able to choose any tariff when I went to Spain and Italy. So I took my British iPhone with me (unlocked) and I chose t...

Q

Should I study or teach on my year abroad?

Study Abroad

Good morning,Both are great, having spent the last four and half years working at King's with outgoing students. It's worth noting, too, that there are some opportunities to do both, splitting the yea...

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What are my options once my teaching assistantship ends?

British Council

Many students stay on on and work after their teaching assistantship ends. Try asking your home university for contacts, or ask friends who are currently in the relevant areas if they know of anything...

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I'd like to do a year abroad, but I don't want to study - what are my other...

Teach abroad

Students of Modern Languages who don't want to study abroad can work as English Language Assistants at schools and colleges in Europe, and in Canada and Latin America. This programme is run b...

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Italy

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France

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