Why Teach English Abroad?

With the economy slowing down and the latest figures from the Association of Graduate Recruiters reporting that, on average, graduate employers receive 83 applications for each job vacancy, it is hardly surprising that more and more talented young people are already considering spending some time working overseas.

Teaching English abroad is a way of experiencing a whole new culture and way of life, at the same time as gaining real work experience that will be valued by employers when you eventually decide to return to the UK. It can also pay quite well too - often the equivalent of a middle-management role in the local economy; meaning you can use your holidays to visit other exotic and exciting places! 

For lots of young people, teaching abroad is one of the best decisions they will ever make, but it is also important for us to point out that it isn't for everyone. In our experience, it is definitely most suited to people who have a real sense of adventure and desire to get the most out of new experiences.