How do you become a teacher in an international school?

Published on 21st May, 2015 by Andrew Wigford. Published in For Candidates / TIC News

A step-by-step guide for student and graduate teachers

Teaching in a foreign country in an international school can sound exciting, but how do you get there? What experience do you need and where's the best place to look for jobs?

We've created a step-by-step guide to help you best prepare teaching overseas. Gaining some teaching experience at home, researching job vacancies early, and being open-minded with destinations are all important tips for success.

Read our 'How to start your international teaching career' guide in our new What Next? newsletter for student and graduate teachers.

You may also be interested in these articles from the newsletter:
From graduation to the Gulf
The best advice I received as an NQT

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Andrew Wigford

Andrew is Managing Director of TIC. He has been involved in international education both as a teacher and Headteacher for over 25 years and has worked in Germany, Colombia and Austria. He set up TIC recruitment in 2005 to help teachers find great jobs in great international schools.