How to be a great English teacher
Being a TEFL teacher is one of the most rewarding careers you can have. Not only do you have the opportunity to meet people from all over the world, to travel and discover new cultures, but you also get to empower people to learn a new language and change their lives. Pretty awesome, huh? But being an Engli...
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TEFL Iberia’s vegan guide to Barcelona

Last month we had not one, not two but three vegans on our June/July course who gave us lots of recommendations and tips about where to eat and shop, so we thought we’d share them with everyone in case there are any other vegans or vegetarians out th...

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6 good reasons to do a gap year

Many young people are at that point in their lives where they are weighing up the benefits of going straight to university or doing a gap year. In the UK certain UCAS application deadlines have passed and many students are now playing the waiting gam...

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10 reasons to teach English in Barcelona

If you are new in Barcelona, have decided that you love it and want to stay forever, the best way to get set up with a regular job and good income is to teach English. Here are a few of the reasons you’ll enjoy it: 1. Your hourly rate is higher than ...

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Brexit Guide: How to get a student visa for Spain

Brexit marks the end of freedom of movement and the right to work for Brits in Europe, meaning finding work as an English teacher is more tricky than before. But if you’re a UK citizen wondering how to get a job in Spain, don’t worry, we’ve got it co...

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Teaching English in Europe after Brexit

It’s been four years in the making, but Brexit has finally happened, meaning Britain has left the EU. If you are a UK citizen hoping to teach English in Europe, you’re bound to have lots of questions so we’re here to break down what the new changes m...

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Five books to recommend to ESL students

Reading outside class is a great way for your students to accelerate their language learning, and as teachers we are often asked for book recommendations. If your students are really keen you could even start a book club, and spend the last 10 minute...