Teaching in Italy most definitely has its perks. With one of the oldest and richest historical cultures in all of Europe, some of the world’s most delicious food and being connected to so many other European countries, just a short flight away, you’ll love teaching English in Italy! There are an abundance of private schools offering excellent opportunities for growth all over Italy. Many schools are seeking Business English teachers or teachers with certification to teach young learners. Read more
Teach English in Canada, where the ESL market is the largest among English-speaking countries! Canadian cities are some of the most modern and peaceful in the world. Furthermore, most of Canada’s ESL institutes are recognized by Languages Canada, which sets the bar for management and instruction!
Brno, located in the southern region of Czech Republic, is considered to be the cultural hub of the country and is also the second-largest city of Czech republic – after Prague. Being a city of more than thousand years old, Brno holds an important value in Czech Republic’s artistic heritage. Furthermore, there are many educational institutes present in this part of the country. Therefore, a large number of people speak English in Brno. Another good thing about approaching Brno is that it is a major rail junction of the country, and every train passes through Brno, so you can approach this beautiful city by every means – car, train, and plane. Brno is situated in a basin of the Svratka and Svitava rivers, which is encircled by wooded mountains from three sides. Weather environments are enjoyable for visiting tourists and locals as well. The region of Brno has an excellent innate flow of air, which makes for extremely high quality air.
CNN reports that two men will spend roughly $1.5 million to visit all 962 UNESCO World Heritage Sites in a span of two years. Many of these sites are just around the corner for ESL teachers! At Ontesol’s TESOL Expert blog we show pictures and provide important travel information, so you can choose your favourite TESOL destination.
These are some of the most beautiful places the world has to offer:
#2 The Mighty Iguazu Falls (Triple frontier: Argenitna, Brazil, Paraguay)
Teachers choose their TESOL destination for its pay, weather, nice beaches, and good food, but how does a city’s friendliness weigh into a teacher’s decision and how do you measure it? To answer this question we look into an article by Travel + Escape that ranks the friendliest cities according to safety, cleanliness, and cost of living.
1-Lisbon, Portugal: “Best value for your money”.
2-Vienna, Austria: “Ease of transportation”.
3-Cancun, Mexico: “Friendliest locals”.
4-Singapore, Singapore: “Cleanest city in the world”.
5-Dubrovnik, Croatia: “One of the safest cities in the world”.
6-Zurich, Switzerland: “One of the top 3 safest cities in the world”.
7-Budapest, Hungary: “Best bang for your buck”.
8-Munich, Germany: “Top 3 with best transportation”.
This year we celebrate Ontesol’s 10th anniversary! Accredited TESOL certification since 2003.