Posts with category: Asia

Last Minute Placements

The new school year is around the corner. Whether it’s only fairly recently that you’ve begun to think about a career change or it’s been on the cards for ages, there’s still time to find some amazing teaching opportunities abroad – starting now! With these last minute placements it’s essential that you get in touch… Read more »

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Teaching in China

Teacherhorizons place number of teachers each month literally all over the world. This week we have connected with dynamic and fun loving Julia Clegg and asked her all sorts of questions about teaching in China.   1. Where are you teaching and what’s your school like? What made you choose that location/school? I’m teaching English… Read more »

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Brunei – more than a tax free salary

Tax free salary, healthy work-life balance, stunning mosques, excellent food markets and beautiful nature – see why international teacher Alan chose to live and work in Brunei. We’ve asked Alan a few questions about how his old life in Dublin compares to his latest teaching choice. “If you’re looking for a relaxed location where you… Read more »

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Teaching in Chiang Mai

Thai street food

International teacher Camilla decided to try teaching in Chiang Mai, Thailand… “And so we are now preparing to move to the Kingdom of Smiles. I’m back in the UK for the time being, and each drizzly day makes me congratulate myself on my decision. Teacherhorizons has opened a door to the world for me, and… Read more »

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From South Africa to Brunei

Christo-and-students

Christo Swart’s international teaching career has taken him from his home in South Africa, to South Korea, and most recently, Brunei. Here, he offers Teacherhorizons a glimpse of what teaching life is like in this small tropical city-state on the island of Borneo. 1. Where are you teaching? What made you choose that location? I’ve been teaching… Read more »

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