“Is it safe there?” This must be one of the most frequently asked questions when it comes to discussing travelling or moving abroad. It is something we get asked fairly frequently when dealing with newly signed up teachers who are taking off to live in new exciting locations. We’ve connected with several teachers who live… Read more »Read more »
Posts by Annie Surdi
The ability to save money can be a make-or-break factor when you’re sizing up where to live and work. So once you’ve settled on a location, how can you make sure that you put some pennies away without sacrificing your quality of life? International teacher Annie Surdi shares her tips on making it all add… Read more »Read more »
So you’ve passed the interview with flying colours and been offered a job in your dream location. All that’s left is to sign the contract. But wait! Before you sign your life away for the next year or two, you might want to take a careful eye to your contract to make sure it’s as… Read more »Read more »
Financially, I just couldn’t get through another year without a salary during the summer so, after toying with the idea for a few years, I decided to do a placement at a summer school.
I was fortunate to have lovely students and like-minded teaching colleagues – essential to making teaching at a summer school a rewarding and stimulating experience.Read more »
Unlike many, I hadn’t come to Italy in search of its fine culture of good food, wine and the works of Da Vinci. And even the thought of ever potentially working out there as a teacher had never really occurred to me until I was in need of immediate work.Read more »