Are you dreaming of jetting off to foreign shores to live and work abroad? If you’re planning on studying for a Teaching English as a Foreign Language (TEFL), or you’ve recently qualified, the question of where you’ll go to teach may seem like a tricky one to answer. With such a huge range of countries to choose from, which should you pick?
I understand just how overwhelming the decision can be, which is why I’ve gathered together a few tips on whittling down that long list of possibilities to find the destination that’s right for you.
1. Make lists and do research.
When choosing your perfect TEFL location, lists are your friend — especially if you have a few destinations to pick from or you have a totally open mind and have no preference yet.