Posts Categorized: South America

Date Posted: May 02, 2018

Want to teach abroad in your desired destination? Want to experience a change in your life? Teaching abroad in international schools is the best way to maximise your professional career while enjoying living abroad. There’s so much to learn, experience and develop.   1.Experience teaching in International schools via GIPHY You can never get enough… Read more »

Date Posted: November 21, 2014

If you’re in the GCC, you might be happy about the educative practices, but you’re certainly not happy about tuition fees in the region. According to Senior Director, Claudia Costin, of the World Bank Group, “Parents in the GCC should get more involved with the schooling of their children, including holding institutions accountable for delivering… Read more »

Date Posted: August 15, 2014

Within the GCC, it’s reported that the region’s international schools have managed to rake in over $6 billion in fees (£3.6 billion) and today have over 982 schools of their kind within the region. From these countries, the flagship is clearly the United Arab Emirates which today has 439 international schools, followed by Saudi Arabia… Read more »

Date Posted: April 25, 2014

You get in and open the door first thing in the morning as heavy footsteps of the class thump slowly and forcibly in as you stand at the front and ten, twenty, fifty faces look back at you. The morning register is announced and the faces slump back into their seats, chewing on pens and… Read more »

Date Posted: March 12, 2014

Looking for a job internationally but not sure if you’ll be able to due to age, health and/or relationship-based factors? Here’s our how-to and do-not guide for those asking questions about if they’ll be accepted despite some of these problems. You may also want to check the bottom of each Job Post as the restrictions including the factors mentioned… Read more »

Date Posted: March 12, 2014

Among the various peoples of South America, it’s estimated that over 75% of all its inhabitants are Roman Catholic and over half of the total population speaks Portugese, however, among the remaining 25% of Protestants, Hindus & Muslims, the culture is varied and incredibly strong all over the region. Below we take a look at… Read more »

Date Posted: March 11, 2014

As you may know, Mexico is not all good. It does have bad attractions to it such as the gang crime and drug use, but where in the world doesn’t have these problems? England has the exact same problem and this is most visible with the rise of the London riots, where businesses that had… Read more »