Posts with category: Lifestyle

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Posted , by Ryan Peet

After completing a whirlwind first semester as Assistant Principal at a busy International school in Hong Kong, Ryan Peet gives us his top tips for settling in as quickly as possible to your new job and surroundings. Particularly useful if you are moving abroad for the first time!   1) Do your research In terms of… Read more »

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Posted , by Daniel Blanco

Istanbul is a vibrant and energetic city famous for bridging the East and West. One of Europe’s most cosmopolitan and culturally rich cities, it’s a wonderful place to live and offers an excellent quality of life for teachers. Especially when you work at one of the top schools in the country! Daniel Blanco has just spent… Read more »

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Posted , by Tiffany Kibblewhite

Calling all teachers in London! Cairo English School is on the lookout for adventurous and experienced teachers to join their dedicated and diverse team in Egypt. Interviews are being held in London from the 19th – 24th November or over Skype. If you are interested in this amazing opportunity, read on to hear some testimonials from… Read more »

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Posted , by Tiffany Kibblewhite

As you may know, our main hub here at Teacher Horizons is in the beautiful city of Siem Reap, Cambodia.  It is there I have spent the last 6 months enjoying the culture, climate and cuisine. We work with many schools in Cambodia, such as JPA who we mentioned recently in our blog The best international schools to… Read more »

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