Posts with category: Lifestyle

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Jennifer Duffy is one of our talented drama teachers, who has been teaching in Italy, at International School in Genoa now for two years. In this blog she explains how she found the role, and what her life has been like so far in the beautiful city of Genoa.   Where are you teaching and what’s your school… Read more »

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Posted , by Katherine Ellicott

In this week’s short and sweet blog, Katherine Ellicott, one of our adventurous and spirited drama teachers, tells us about why she moved to Egypt, and why, despite the hype, she is so glad that she did…   When I first proudly announced that I had accepted a job in Cairo, a look of confusion, worry and… Read more »

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Posted , by Ines Zemelman

Your journey has just begun! You’ve decided to start teaching overseas, and although you may have left the US mainland, your US tax obligations still remain. This post by Ines Zemelman from Taxes For Expats will go over the basic tax information you need to know as an American educator abroad. WHAT DO I NEED… Read more »

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Posted , by Vicky Harris

Vicky Harris has been teaching Business Studies in Istanbul for almost a whole school year now. She has answered some of the important questions about what the area and the school is like. Have a read if you are considering taking up a position in Turkey and want to know more!     Where are… Read more »

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Posted , by Paul Arnold

Interested in heading to the Americas as part of your next adventure? One of our very own Biology teachers, Paul Arnold, can give you the low down on life in Mexico City. He was actually looking to head to Asia but fate (and a great interview with Churchill College) brought him to Mexico. It’s a… Read more »

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Posted , by Andrew Howden

So you’ve taken the giant leap of accepting a teaching position overseas. Congratulations! It’s a very brave and exciting move, but one that can be fraught with pitfalls for the un-initiated. Our purpose is to relieve you of one of the major headaches you’ll encounter when preparing for your move – document legalisation. I know,… Read more »

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Beijing is a smoggy and chaotic city. You either love it or you hate it. For brave and curious souls, Beijing presents a magnificent adventure, an opportunity to experience all the good things that China has to offer. We work with many schools in Beijing, and recently helped Scott Hannan on his way to one… Read more »

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