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TEACHING ENGLISH ABROAD

Enjoy the Thrill of Traveling & Teaching Overseas

New to Teaching Abroad?

Imagine immersion in vibrant cultures, breathtaking landscapes and smiling students in the classroom – Oxford Seminars’ TESOL/TESL/TEFL Certification Course will help you start that journey.  With over 20,000 jobs advertised monthly, there are always opportunities available to teach English as a Second Language.

TESOL, TESL, and TEFL are similar terms.  At the end of the course, you’ll receive a combined TESOL/TESL/TEFL certificate which is recognized and accepted around the world.

Why Teach English in Another Country?

Teaching English abroad will broaden your horizons while you gain valuable life and career experience.

  • Travel to exotic locations
  • Land a job that is exciting, challenging, and in high demand
  • Work & live in a new and unfamiliar environment
  • Earn money & enjoy new experiences at the same time
  • Pay off your student loans
  • Gain a new perspective on life

Why Get Certified?

  • A much higher proportion of job-seekers are certified to teach ESL
  • Language schools are becoming more selective when hiring instructors
  • Being certified is one of the easiest ways to ensure that you are prepared
  • Finding teaching jobs is much easier
  • Certification tells potential employers that you are prepared

About the process

Teach English Abroad
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