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Is it true you need a job in an international school?

Discussion in 'Teaching abroad' started by Buttles, May 7, 2011.

  1. Buttles

    Buttles New commenter

    You may have secured or more likely been rejected by the HR department at the international school.
    Ask yourself: How would you react if you knew you could relocate abroad without a teaching job?
    There are many options including selling your home and spending some of that cash travelling and teaching. That's right - enjoying your life without being chained to a 2 year contract.
    I did it, so can you.

  2. lovely.lady

    lovely.lady Occasional commenter

    True, very true! My thoughts exactly! I'm only considering selling my UK house because I want to live overseas as well as teach overseas. More house for my money in places like rural France and Italy - teaching can take place any where I want it to with the exception of the UK!
  3. the hippo

    the hippo Lead commenter Community helper

    Of course, you could just let out your house in the UK.
    As for buying in France or Italy, I would say that you need to look at BULGARIA first. Our five-bedroomed house in the mountains near Sofia has a big garden, lovely views and only cost us 30,000 euros. We love Bulgaria so much that we have now bought an apartment too. You will pay a lot more elsewhere. PM me if you want more information.

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