When you have a TEFLA certificate do you also need a bachlors degree to teach in schools overseas?
For pretty much anything that pays well, yes you absolutely do.
Places that don't require a BA are much more likely to be pretty shady organizations, poorly paid, poor organization, etc. However, if you're volunteering in a place where demand is crazy high, then a BA is probably optional.
by Shinkicker 8 years ago
I would like to work abroad teaching English. But the number of options of courses to take to get a TEFL qualification seems a bit confusing. Is it better applying for the most expensive or is that not necessary?
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