Teaching English Abroad
Teaching English abroad was the best decision we ever made. Teaching in Korea gave us the opportunity to save up enough money to travel the world for a year (while paying off our student loans). It introduced us to like-minded people that we are proud to call some of our best friends today. Teaching gave us some of our most cherished memories. And the experiences we had during this time opened up our eyes & minds & hearts.
We feel like it made such a big difference in our lives that we want to show others how they can do the same. If teaching abroad is even remotely interesting to you (or someone you know!), we’re here to walk you through the entire process.
If you’re thinking about teaching English overseas, this guide will walk you through everything you need to know — from choosing the right TEFL program for you, to picking a country. We’re also sharing some of the things we wish we would have known before packing our bags and moving to South Korea.
If you’re considering teaching English abroad, one of the biggest decisions you’ll have to make is picking a country to call home. We’ve rounded up some of the best countries to move to as an English teacher. Find out where you will earn the most money as well as which countries have a great work-life balance. This guide will help you decide which country is right for you.
Teaching English abroad was one of the best decisions we’ve ever made. It helped us save a ton of money, introduced us to lifelong friends, and allowed us to travel the world. Find out why you should consider teaching English in another country. It might just be your best decision too!
If you've ever thought about working remotely, we've got just the thing for you. Couple of months ago we discovered VIPKID, an online English teaching platform where you can make big bucks anywhere in the world. We want to tell you all about it so you can start earning money remotely too.
How can you save $22,000 teaching in South Korea too? This is a breakdown of just how much life in Korea will cost you, and how much you should expect to save. Plus, we're sharing our best tips for saving money in South Korea!
We managed to save even more money than we expected while teaching English for a year in South Korea. And guess what? You can too if you follow these tips...
Teaching English in South Korea can be a life changing decision. It's my hope that this candid blog article can help people considering applying to EPIK weigh both the pros and cons, and make an informed decision. Hopefully after reading this, you will travel to South Korea much more prepared than we were.