Monday, August 26, 2013

International Schools Need Teachers Now!

September is traditionally the time when schools in North America and Europe open. Schools in Asia open during the spring - except for International Schools. They usually open in September.

Here is the latest list of teaching jobs:

Australia[1], Brazil[1], Cambodia[2], Chile[1], China[48], Czech Republic[3], Estonia[1], France[3], Germany[3], Greece[1], Hong Kong[4], Indonesia[7], Iraq[3], Ireland[1], Italy[17], Japan[3], Kazakhstan[2], Libya[1], Netherlands[1], Oman[1], Poland[6], Portugal[1], Russian Federation[14], Saudi Arabia[13], Singapore[2], South Korea[6], Spain[39], Taiwan[1], Tajikistan[1], Tanzania[1], Thailand[2], Tunisia[1], Turkey[4], United Arab Emirates[1], United Kingdom[35], Vietnam[8], Worldwide[15]

Wait! This is the tip of the iceberg! Ninety percent of the jobs out there are never posted. Why? Often they are filled from within the school or from a list of candidates who have recently applied.  If your resume (CV) is not on the School Director's desk, chances are, you will never even hear about the good jobs they have open. So how do you rectify that?

If you have a degree and a TESOL / TEFL certificate and want to teach overseas, you need to be sending your resume (CV) out to all and sundry. Want to teach but don't have your TESOL ? TEFL? Click here and we'll get you certified within a month. Don't worry. Schools are always looking for good, qualified teachers!

Friday, August 23, 2013

Teacher Humor!

I thought I’d bring you a little teacher humor today!
Teacher: Why have you got cotton wool in your ear; do you have an infection?
Pupil: Well you keep saying that things go in one ear and out the other so I am trying to keep them it all in!

Kid comes home from 1st day at school. Mum asks, 'What did you learn today?' Kid replies, 'Not enough. I have to go back tomorrow.'

Pupil: Teacher, would you punish me for something I didn't do?
Teacher: Of course not
Pupil: Good, because I didn't do my homework

 There is one person in our district who is all about “No Child Left Behind”
 Who’s that?
 The bus driver

*What kinds of tests do they give student witches?

Teacher: You copied from Fred's exam paper didn't you ?
Pupil: How did you know?
Teacher: Fred's paper says "I don't know" and you have put "Me, neither"!

The little boy wasn't getting good marks in school. One day he made the teacher quite surprised. He tapped her on the shoulder and said ..."I don't want to scare you, but my daddy says if I don't get better grades, somebody is going to get a spanking."
When you are a teacher, you run into all kinds of humorous situations. But teaching is very gratifying, too. If you have ever thought you’d like to try your hand at teaching, I am here to tell you that nowadays, with full color textbooks, teachers manuals, student books, workbooks, wall posters, DVDs and a host of other support material, teaching is a piece of cake.

Teaching overseas is a good way to break into teaching as well because you don’t need a teaching degree. Just a degree in any discipline and a TESOL Certificate (Teaching English to Speakers of Other Languages). If you already have a degree, we can get you a TESOL Certificate in about a month. Ours is well-recognized around the world and it won’t cost you an arm and a leg either.

Click here to find out how you could be teaching in a foreign country in just over a month!

Dr. Robert W. Taylor
Dean of Studies
Sunbridge Institute of English

Monday, August 12, 2013

Schools are hiring now!


Virtually every non English-speaking country needs qualified English teachers and they are hiring NOW! . Scroll down to a new list of teaching jobs around the world.

If you are new to teaching, be ready to accept a teaching post in a country even if it is not your first choice. Once you have experience, you can be more selective. The main thing is be flexible in the beginning and build experience.

Below are some of the thousands of current jobs. These are from one source. There are many such sources. When you register for our TESOL course, we will show you where to find teaching positions:

Here are the latest teaching jobs from around the world as of August 12, 2013. Bear in mind that this represents only a small portion of all the jobs out there.

Current Database Status (country/jobs):
Australia[1], Cambodia[1], Chile[1], China[47], Czech Republic[5], Estonia[2], France[4], Germany[5], Greece[1], Hong Kong[5], Indonesia[9], Ireland[2], Italy[15], Japan[1], Kazakhstan[2], Libya[1], Malaysia[1], Morocco[1], Oman[3], Poland[7], Portugal[1], Russian Federation[17], Saudi Arabia[12], Singapore[1], Slovakia[1], South Korea[5], Spain[45], Taiwan[1], Thailand[1], Tunisia[1], Turkey[6], Ukraine[1], United Kingdom[52], Vietnam[8], Worldwide[18]

There couldn't be a better time to get started than right now! You could be teaching in one of these countries within a few weeks. Some of our students are hired even before they complete their TESOL course and we are delighted to forward their certificate to their new school!

All it takes is a degree and a TESOL certificate . Most schools will even reimburse your airfare! WAIT! No degree? Contact us through our web site! We can help you! Go to our web site and get started today on a course that will change your life very quickly! Jobs are tough to get at home. Not so overseas. All you need is a willingness to accept other cultures, a degree in any discipline and our TESOL certificate.