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Q and A with Ashley (Italy)

What is your name, age and nationality?My name is Ashley, I am 28 years old and I am American/ Hispanic.What is your education level and background?I have a Bachelor’s degree in Psychology.Have you traveled abroad previously, and if so where?I love traveling! Prior to beginning my journey in Italy, I had traveled to Colombia, Costa […]

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Q and A with Zoe (Prague)

 What is your name, age and nationality? My name is Zoe! I am a 21-year-old from the United States.    What is your education level and background?  I received my Bachelor of Arts in Anthropology, however in October 2019 I will be heading to the University of Oxford to pursue a master’s degree.  Have you traveled abroad […]

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Teaching English as a second language…how sustainable is this? By Sharmani Cheng

​Life as a TEFL teacher, what is it really like?Before teaching, I was always told that you need to graduate from university, find a job, preferably in corporate and build your life from there, your standard textbook advice to life. I had a great bunch of friends, and a steady job which meant stable income […]

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Flat hunting in Madrid! By Faye Johnson

Hi everyone, it’s Faye here – one of your TEFL Heaven Ambassadors for Madrid. This blog post is about the process of searching for a flat in Madrid and I thought I would use my own experiences to give you some helpful insight! Firstly let me give you a brief summary of my living situation since […]

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Interview with Sharmani Cheng, Madrid Q and A

PERSONAL PROFILE What is your name, age and nationality?I am Sharmani Cheng, 30 from Melbourne, Australia. What is your education level and background? I have a Bachelor of Commerce (Accounting and Finance) from Monash University. Have you travelled abroad previously, and if so where? I love travelling and working a 9 to 5 made me want to travel at every […]

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Five things I’ve Learned Working and Living in Spain – Laura Pile

Teaching abroad has been on my radar for the longest time. I would avidly read books set in exotic locations, dream about meeting eccentric locals and living somewhere that is entirely new to what I have grown accustomed to. Now, at twenty-four years old and having just completed my training to be a Primary School […]

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3 Things I Learned About Myself Since Living and Working Abroad – Faye Johnson, Madrid

It’s Faye here (23 years old, from Hertfordshire, UK, currently loving life as an English teacher in Madrid!) – I thought you might like to know what I have learnt while living abroad – here are three things which have been the biggest surprise/learning curve for me. Don’t you just love how little children make friends […]

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Interview with Tiffany Kerr, Spain Q & A

PERSONAL PROFILE What is your name, age and nationality? My name is Tiffany and I am 24 years old from the United States. Born and raised in the “Sunshine State”, Florida. What is your education level and background? I graduated from the University of Florida, GO GATORS, in May 2014 with an undergraduate degree in Elementary Education. In 2012 […]

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Interview with Sheri Orekan, Spain Q & A

PERSONAL PROFILE What is your name, age and nationality? Sheri, 23 and British! Straight outta London. What is your education level and background? I have my degree in Media Prod and as I write this, I’ve just been accepted on a MA program. Honestly, I hated everything about my degree and I didn’t feel as though I went to […]

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Interview with Sasha Hoherchack, Spain Q & A

PERSONAL PROFILE What is your name, age and nationality? My name is Sasha, I’m 24, and from the United States. What is your education level and background? I got my Bachelor’s Degree from the University of Maryland, College Park in psychology and international relations- the perfect major combination for teaching abroad! Have you travelled abroad previously, and if so where? I’ve […]

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