Traveling Ant Chronicles Teaching, Lifestyle, and Travel

So, you've graduated college and you want to travel, but with ever present student loans present you just can't seem to save up enough money to do so.


That was me a while ago, and while teaching abroad isn't for everyone it is an incredible experience that can allow you to travel, earn money and pay off debts; but those are not the only benefits. Here are a few things you need to know about teaching abroad.


What do I need to teach abroad?

  1. Be a native English speaker specifically from a country where the official language is English or the most common language. These countries include, UK, United States, Australia, New Zealand and Canada.
  2. A Bachelor’s degree from an accredited university in any subject. (Depending on the country that you plan on teaching in a teaching certificate from your native country is required.)
  3. Obtain a TESOL or TEFL certification * if you do not have a teaching certification
  4. Get your passport ready, most positions require at least 6 months before expiration.


Where can you teach?

You can teach almost anywhere where there is a need for English. English is currently the world language and many people seek to learn it to advance in their careers and life.

These countries include, China, South Korea, Japan, Thailand, Vietnam, Dubai, Spain, Mexico and many more.


Travel is only a flight and a dream away