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Do's, Don'ts, Hints, Tips and Advice for Jobhunting Abroad please!

Discussion in 'Jobseekers' started by jambotalbot, Mar 28, 2016.

  1. jambotalbot

    jambotalbot New commenter

    I'm a male maths teacher, 25 years old, and having taught for 2 years has left me disillusioned about the profession, despite still being very passionate about education!
    I'm quite taken with the idea of working abroad, particularly in Europe (for now) and wondered if anyone out there had any experience, advice or words of wisdom that they could pass on regarding applications and working abroad..
    Thanks!
     
  2. Math-Worksheets-Galore

    Math-Worksheets-Galore Occasional commenter

    If you want an experience to treasure - go to Cape Town - apply to one of the good State or Independent schools - Maths in demand! Excellent schools - see their websites: SACS (South African College School); Bishops (Diocesan College); Rondebosch; Wynberg; Reddam House; Herschell; Bridge House; Somerset College, etc.

    NZ - Auckland especially - Maths teachers in demand.

    I am from CT so possibly biased especially towards Reddam House and SACS.

    Send your CV - you never know! You may even have housing (or subsidy) offered ...
     
  3. TheoGriff

    TheoGriff Star commenter

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    This article has many points also applicable to non-European countries.

    Working in a British School in Europe

    You could also try posting on the Teaching Overseas Forum

    Best wishes

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