The UniTEFL Blog
5 Advantages of Teaching in Chiang Mai
Chiang Mai is a popular teaching destination in Thailand and many foreigners flock into this city to build a rewarding teaching career. There are the five obvious advantages of teaching… [Read the full article]
Finding Work In Chiang Mai And How To Go About IT
Working in the city of Chiang Mai is possible. As an expatriate, you can find employment in different sectors provided you are in possession of a non-immigrant visa and a… [Read the full article]
Teach English in Thailand for a Prosperous Career
Thailand is the third fastest growing economy of Asia, just behind China and Japan. Thus, Thailand is becoming an attractive place for the westerners to work. The living condition of… [Read the full article]
Which TEFL Accreditation Counts?
Getting TEFL certified these days is easy. There are online courses out there that can be completed over a week and will issue you a certificate that says 120-hours. On… [Read the full article]
Thailand’s chronic shortage of teachers
This month, and last, is the primary hiring season in Thailand when schools prepare for a new year, extra TEFL teachers are planned, and plenty of movement goes on. With… [Read the full article]
The hiring season
School’s out in Thailand and the kids are all busy in ‘summer school’, which is where many teachers earn extra cash during their unpaid school break, basically baby sitting kids… [Read the full article]
Go TEFL goes public
We’ve been planning for months, now we can finally announce publicly what we’ve been hinting all along: an exciting new training & placement (TAP) program in collaboration with MediaKids recruitment… [Read the full article]
Teaching in the provinces or big city?
Coming to Thailand to teach is an exciting prospect, and you can look forward to all sorts of new adventures and experiences. There’s the exoticism of it all, the friendly… [Read the full article]
When is the best time to take a TEFL course?
Some months are more popular than others to take a TEFL course in Thailand, but there are benefits to each of the 12 months UniTEFL runs a course. It depends… [Read the full article]