Présentation de l'éditeur
<div>Teaching English as a foreign language is fun, rewarding and a popular career choice if you want to see the world. Whether you re already a trained teacher or have no qualifications this comprehensive guide is the best single source of information for teaching English language overseas. For long-term, short-term or part-time placements Teaching English Abroad 2014
provides you with all the essential information you need for a successful trip, including where to find job opportunities abroad or teacher training courses that suit you. Annually updated so you ll have all the latest job listings and requirements in one place to make an informed decision about where you want to teach and how to apply. </div> <div>
</div> <div>Inside find:</div> <div>- A country by country guide to English teaching opportunities</div> <div>- A directory of 600 language schools in 90 countries plus contact details</div> <div>- Real-life accounts of teaching English as a second language</div> <div>- Essential advice and tips on how to apply</div> <div>- Advice for preparing and overcoming any problems</div> <div>- Lists of qualifications, nationality preferences, salary and employment conditions for each English teaching opportunity</div> <div>
</div> <div>This definitive guide has every piece of information you need from applying for visas to finding the perfect job opportunity for you to successfully teach English as a foreign language. </div>
Biographie de l'auteur
Susan Griffith is the author of a number of bestselling travel titles including Gap Years for Grown-ups, Your Gap Year, and Work Your Way Around the World. Susan is the foremost authority on the subject of travel work, with over 25 years experience in this field.