Posts with category: Career advice

Posted , by Alexandra Plummer

The international school sector continues to grow, on average about 6% per year. New schools continue to open and therefore the demand for teachers is also steadily increasing. Having recognised qualifications will help you to kick start your career teaching internationally. Once you have received Qualified Teacher Status (QTS) you may consider doing your (NQT)… Read more »

Posted , by Alexandra Plummer

The world is your oyster when it comes to international teaching jobs, nowadays. Relocation is easier than it’s ever been and international schools are not going anywhere soon, meaning the demand for teachers in a growing number of countries around the world is constantly increasing. Despite the opportunity, it can be a challenge sorting through… Read more »

Posted , by Alexandra Plummer

Are you ready to teach abroad? A new year often calls for change. And what screams change more than moving country and putting your teaching experience to the test in a new environment?  Change can be daunting though, provoking those deep fears and doubts. We are here to turn those fears into excitement.  Drawing on… Read more »

Posted , by Alexandra Plummer

The teachers we place tend to have at least one reference completed by a Headteacher or Deputy Head. Completing your references on your profile is therefore imperative to getting your desired teaching placement. This blog gives an up-to-date account on how to complete your references using Teacher Horizons’ system. It’s really quick and easy, here’s… Read more »

Posted , by Alexandra Plummer

The age-old question around teaching opportunities over 60 continues to ring through to our advisors at Teacher Horizons. What better way to navigate these murky waters than a blog about it? This blog is a starting point for those considering teaching abroad over 60 but unsure of their options.   Teaching abroad may be commonly… Read more »

Posted , by Alexandra Plummer

First impressions might not be everything but they certainly set the bar. The saying goes that 80% of a decision is mostly made within 5minutes of meeting. Both parties will have a set of preconceptions from the lead up to the interview itself, which is why it is crucial to not risk all the hard work in… Read more »

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