Tag Archives: TEFL

Try something new this summer – try TEFLing with EUSA’s Free taster course!

Nothing lined up for summer yet? Thought about TEFL (Teaching English as a Foreign Language) but not quite sure what’s involved ? Then EUSA has just the course for you – a TEFL taster – conveniently timed for the end … Continue reading

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British Council opportunities – not just language teaching, something for everyone….

…. internships in marketing, PR, the arts, digital content, advocacy and more, as well as language teaching in exciting places – a chance for students from all the PPLS subject areas to put their degree skills to good use. If you’re quick, … Continue reading

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Teach English in exciting places – for LEL and all PPLS grads…….

Teaching English as a Foreign Language (TEFL) isn’t just for English or education grads – it’s something that all PPLS grads can – and do – go on to do after graduation, and there are great opportunities to travel as … Continue reading

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Spread your wings – go abroad…………..

Having had several videos appear in my inbox promoting the advantages to students of going abroad, and being aware that to ‘go abroad’ is part of the Edinburgh University’s Going Global plan, I though it may be time to post … Continue reading

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Teaching English as a Foreign Language after University…

…. hear it from a recent Edinburgh graduate. For students of LEL, with your understanding of how the English language is put together, TEFL teaching is one of your more obvious options on graduation, as a career in its own right, a … Continue reading

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