Teach Abroad Articles

For those with an unwavering desire to experience new lands, teaching English abroad affords the opportunity to soak up a new culture while earning a steady income. From recent college graduates eager to live abroad to mid-level professionals seeking a career change, teaching...
Open class: two words that strike fear into the hearts of English teachers in Korea. This is a normal, albeit still potentially distressing, practice for all who are teaching in South Korea : at least once each semester, your class will be open to parents, teachers, and...
Costa Rica’s magnificent coasts, lush rainforests and exotic wildlife attract an increasing number of foreigners looking for a tropical retreat. From zip lining…to whitewater rafting… to surfing, Costa Rica boasts a thriving tourism industry that is largely dependent upon locals...
Go Overseas President Mitch Gordon spends six minutes discussing "Teaching Abroad in Asia: Top 5 Countries". Mitch will give an overview of the factors involved in deciding on a country: salary & benefits, class schedule, lifestyle, culture, etc. Most importantly, make sure you...
Go Overseas Marketing Director and former ESL teacher/recruiter Tucker Hutchinson breaks down the differences between the four teaching options available to people who want to teach English in South Korea . He summarizes the 3 public school options (SMOE, GEPIK, EPIK) and...