Financial Guide to Teaching English Abroad

From salaries to start-up costs, here's everything you need to know about money & teaching English abroad.

Topics Include: 

  • Top 5 Countries for Making the Money Teaching English Abroad

  • How Much Money Can You Make Teaching English Abroad
  • I Have Student Loans - How Can I Teach English Abroad

  • What are Basic Start-up Costs for Teaching English Abroad
  • Where do Schools Provide Free Housing & Airfare to Teachers for Teaching English Abroad

  • 6 Tips for Saving for TEFL Certification & Teaching English Abroad


In addition, you will receive our world country chart that compares salaries, start-up costs, living costs, and the ability to save money teaching English in more than 50 countries around the world.

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"My pay was great! (My pay was bumped up because I had my TEFL certificate) I was able to save appx. $12,000 USD before leaving South Korea. And that excludes all of my traveling in and around Asia.

Jessica Montgomery - ITA Graduate, Teaching English in South Korea

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Country Chart For Teaching English Abroad
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