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NUI, Galway will hold free English classes for adults from this Monday to Thursday July 22 between 10am and 2pm each day.
Where will spring lead you? Why not travel the world while teaching others and making a difference along the way? There are big changes in the TEFL (Teach English as a Foreign Language) world and availability of jobs in 2010.
Get a chance to mingle with locals and wander through the streets, discover a world unknown to a passing tourist. It’s an experience that you’ll remember and cherish for the rest of your life.
Let’s face it, we’re all a bit depressed at the downward spiral of the economic climate!
Are you interested in short-term paid work overseas? Do you want to experience life in another culture? Do you want to travel and get away this summer? What are you waiting for; i-to-i has an incredible opportunity for you.
Are you interested in short term paid work overseas? Do you want to experience life in another culture? Do you want to travel and get away this summer?
With more and more people looking to find work abroad to escape the doom and gloom, there has been a dramatic increase in people turning to teaching English as a foreign language abroad, and earning up to €1,820 a month.
With unemployment rates at a new high, many people have turned toward teaching English abroad as a way to avoid pay cuts and travel the world while earning money.
A woman who taught at the Athlone Institute of Technology (AIT) for 11 years, was replaced by an assistant and then encouraged to apply unsuccessfully for this position in 2008 when the assistant took a career break, failed in her claim for unfair dismissal and was awarded just €1,380 by the employment appeals tribunal at its most recent sitting in Athlone.