How to find opportunities
Just like finding a job in the UK, there are thousands of websites to find opportunities abroad. As well as finding a job, you will need to consider visa applications if you are not a resident of the country, moving costs and language implications. Use the resources below to get started with your research:
Teaching English abroad
Teaching English abroad, also known as TEFL (Teaching English as a Foreign Language), is a popular option for new graduates and is a great way of trying something new.
You do not need a qualification to teach English abroad, although it can help. If you do not want to do a masters, you can try CELTA or TESOL courses, which can be completed in one or two months, and can be done online or in person at centres across the UK.
As with job searching, there are many different websites where you can find TEFL vacancies. Take a look at these to get started:
Further information and support
We are here to help if you get stuck or need a member of staff to provide some impartial feedback. Here's how you can get support from us:
- Book an appointment with a member of staff. They can talk through your options and give advice on making the transition abroad.
- Ask a question on CareerHub. Ideal for students and graduates who cannot get to an appointment in person. We aim to respond within three working days.