The Global ESL Schools Directory is the most comprehensive online database of ESL
and International schools worldwide. Including more than 50,000 schools in over 150
countries, this directory is your key to thousands of teaching English as a Second
Language jobs. It is a listing of ESL schools only and is not intended to replace
the Graduate Placement Service.
2. How does the directory work?
Graduates of Oxford Seminars' TESOL/TESL Certification Course have complete access
to the Global ESL Schools Directory to aid them in their search for ESL teaching
jobs abroad. If you are a graduate and would like access, you can either contact
your Job Search Advisor directly, or call us at 1-800-779-1779. Be prepared to
provide information related to your Oxford Seminars TESOL/TESL Teacher Training
Certification Course registration.
3. Are the schools in the Directory prescreened by and affiliated with Oxford Seminars?
Because the Global ESL Schools Directory is for informational purposes only, it does
not reflect the positions currently available through our Graduate Placement
Service, and therefore, schools listed may not be associated with Oxford Seminars.
Each school listed in the Directory was open and operating as of the date entered;
however, none of the schools listed have been screened by Oxford Seminars for
YWhen you are ready to teach overseas, your Job Search Advisor will do everything in
his/her power to help accommodate your requests and aid you in your search.
4. What is the difference between the information in the Directory and Country Information?
The Global ESL Schools Directory is a listing of thousands of ESL schools worldwide.
This listing is provided for our graduates to use on their own behalf when applying
to teaching jobs abroad. The Directory is intended for informational purposes only,
and is not intended as a replacement for the Graduate Placement Service.
Oxford Seminars' Country Information offers both general overviews of countries
around the world as well as detailed reports on specific ESL teaching destinations.
The general overviews cover areas of interest such as contracts, typical weekly
teaching hours and other information relevant to a specific region. The detailed
reports offer information on living conditions, salary expectations, visa
regulations, culture, climate, holidays, and other information relevant to teaching
English in a specific country.