You're excited about teaching abroad... but is there a little fear mixed in too? That's okay! It's normal to have some fears before you start teaching abroad -- here are six of the most common fears, and how to deal with them.
Returning home from teaching abroad can be an uncomfortable transition, especially if you're not sure what to do with your life next. Learn more about your options for life after teaching English abroad (hint: there are lots!).
If you're ready to teach abroad in one of the world's most developed regions, choosing where in Europe to teach abroad can be the trickiest decision yet. Based on the number programs and popularity on Go Overseas, here are our top countries to teach English in Europe.
Diploma in hand, you're ready to conquer the world. If you've decided to teach abroad, your next big decision is... where? Here are 10 amazing countries that are ideal spots for new grads to teach abroad.
You're ready to start looking for a teaching job abroad -- but what's this requirement about needing a TEFL certificate? If you're unsure whether you really do need a TEFL to teach abroad, here's the answer.
While teaching abroad, your only friends will be students and fellow teachers... right? Wrong! Learn from a fellow teacher these seven great ways to make friends while teaching abroad -- outside the classroom!
Japan is one of the world's most popular teaching destinations -- and jobs are equally competitive. Learn from a fellow teacher who's spent a decade in Japan on all the tips you need to get a job teaching English in Japan.
If you plan to teach English in South Korea, there are many opportunities to find challenging and enjoyable work. Learn more about what it's like teaching children, high schoolers, or adults in South Korea to find out which students you most want to work with.