Jeju Island Is a Great Place To Teach Abroad!

Find TEFL jobs in Jeju Island with EPIK South Korea Jeju Island  looks a lot like Hawaii because of its white sandy beaches and volcanic landscape with rain forests and waterfalls. It’s really that amazing!

English Teachers in South Korea say that Jeju Island offers an unforgetable gap-year experience. Jeju is probably the best place in South Korea for those want to live in a small town and rural community, as well as experience amazing natural places.

Every year, South Korea welcomes over 2,000 university graduates from native English-speaking countries. Jeju Island is one of their preferred destinations because it offers teachers with a combination of the simple lifestyle and fun eco-adventures. Read more

TESOL Bariloche


On the shoreline of Lago Nahuel Huapi, Bariloche is a gorgeous and scenic city..

Using local hardwoods and unique stone construction, Bariloche is popular for its attractive alpine architecture. With a blend of summer and winter activities such as trout-fishing, hill-hiking, horse-riding, and skiing on the picturesque snow-capped peaks of López, Nireco and Cerros Catedral, this wonderful city in the Patagonia region welcomes tens of thousands of tourist every year.

Bariloche is considered as the ‘chocolate’ capital of Argentina owing to its overwhelming amount of fresh chocolate displays prevalent downtown. The only competitor to this fervour seems to be replicas of gnomes of all sizes and appearances hanging on store windows. Tourists can also enjoy a great BBQ over a glass of red wine while looking at the beautiful scenery.

You must visit Bariloche if you are teaching English in Argentina. An accredited TESOL certificate of at least 100 hours is required to teach in Argentina. Advanced TESOL certification such as TESL Canada, Trinity CertTESOL, or equivalent is highly recommended.

TEFL Warsaw

Surrounded by the famous river Vistula, Warsaw is stretched over 172 square miles. Like major European cities, Warsaw has a mix of contemporary and old building styles. Due to this architectural blend, Warsaw has always been a popular tourist destination. The following are the places to visit in Warsaw:
• Lazienki Królewskie Park-Palace Complex
• Wilanow Park palace Complex
• Palace of Culture and Science
• Castle Square
• The President’s Palace

If you get a chance to walk through the markets of Warsaw, you should try one of the local delicious dishes, which include:
• Ruskie (Russian)
• Z Miesem (With meat)
• Z Kapusta (Cabbage)
• Z Grzybami (Mushroom)
• Leniwe (Lazy)

Poland is very open to North Americans who do not hold a EU passport and the minimum requirement for TESOL certification is a 100-hour TESOL course.