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Teaching English Abroad

Global economics and the development of worldwide communications technology has made our world smaller and in the business sense at least, the ‘global village’ is predominantly English–speaking. Wherever Western business has infiltrated and Western culture has an influence  there are English speakers and people who want to learn English. In today’s world, that is virtually anywhere and everywhere!

The choices and opportunities are huge for the native or fluent English-speaker and where you teach is really only limited by your own imagination. As a native speaker of English, you already have the single most important skill that will help you to live and work in almost any country in the world, giving you the chance to get to know the people and cultures of different countries in a way that tourists just can’t.

Read more about Teaching English Abroad and also find out about teaching English in Europe and the USA.


Companies that can help you teach English abroad


Projects Abroad

Trusted, meaningful & responsible volunteering and internship opportunities for 16 – 75 year olds, in 25 amazing countries. Since 1992, Projects Abroad have sent over 115,000 people on projects across the world, including Teaching, Care, Community, Sports, Medicine, Conservation, Law and Human Rights and Journalism.

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Pod Volunteer

Pod Volunteer

Volunteer at an award winning non-profit organisation arranging ethical and supported projects at animal sanctuaries, conservation and community initiatives around the world. The expert and friendly Pod Volunteer team are here to help you and have all volunteered themselves!

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Bilingual Education Central America

BECA Bilingual Education for Central America

BECA's volunteer-driven bilingual school model creates an environment in which Central American students learn from dedicated volunteer teachers, and those volunteers learn from the community in which they are immersed.

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