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.
What happens when the weather outside hits minus freezing? You go TEFL down south to work on your tan!
January is the best time of the year to apply for jobs in South America because the school year starts at the end of February. A university degree is necessary to get the work permit, and a TESOL certificate of 100+ hours is required. Most language schools cater to young learners so it is highly recommended to get the TESOL certification package with the TEYL course.
Australia is also a popular TEFL destination because they pay well, the weather is nice all year round, and the country offers a great balance of comfort, order, and adventure. Teachers must hold an advanced TESOL certificate such as TESL Canada, Trinity CertTESOL, or CELTA, and teaching experience is preferred.
Kyoto is one of the more sought out cities to teach English in and it is definitely one of the most beautiful and serene. Walk through beautiful gardens and Buddhist temples in Japan’s most traditional city!
You can learn so much from teaching English in Japan beyond the history. Learn the language to help you get around, make new friends, and most importantly to enhance your teaching abilities so that you can have a more profound relationship with your students and apply your understanding of the language to your lessons. Japan has so much to offer with some of the most breathtaking destinations and a culture unlike anything you’ve ever experienced Read more
You will certainly fall in love with France when you go there to teach English, but it won’t be because of the beautiful streets in Paris. Take a weekend trip to Provence and check out its beautiful lavender fields!
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If you are teaching English in Turkey you can take a long weekend trip to one of these fascinating beaches. Our TESOL graduates who are currently teaching English in Turkey have ranked the following beaches in the top 3:
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The moai are the monumental statues built by the Rapa Nui people in the late 800’s. If you are teaching English in Chile, taking a long weekend to visit this magical island in the Pacific Ocean will make your TEFL experience abroad a dream to remember.
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Rothenburg is a beautiful village with half timber houses, narrow streets, and medieval buildings. This romantic town from the middle ages is a must see for TESOL teachers in Germany!
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If you are teaching English in Argentina, you have to visit the Perito Moreno Glacier, which is located in the province of Santa Cruz.
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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)
The 42km Great Wall Marathon was inaugurated in 1999 and takes place in one of the world’s greatest monuments. If you are an experienced runner teaching English in China, this must be the most thrilling marathon you will enjoy in your life. If you are not an experienced runner, you can opt for a half-marathon or a 7.5km Fun Run!
The 2013 edition is coming in May. You can register at great-wall-marathon.com. Teachers coming from outside Beijing can book a 2-day tour that takes you to the Forbidden City and the Tiananmen Square.
Here is a short video to get you pumped for the race!
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