overseas at 55plus

(5 Posts)
Putthatbookdown Sun 06-May-12 10:19:19

i want to teach overseas is it too late? I am qualified

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Jinsei Sun 06-May-12 10:24:32

No, I don't think it's too late. I have lived overseas and have known people who went abroad at a more mature age.

Where are you thinking about going?

IdontknowwhyIcare Sun 06-May-12 13:18:07

We've had some fab older teachers. The last couple left the middle east and went to Vietnam. They are having a great time.

complexnumber Mon 07-May-12 15:37:44

I do hope you are looking at the TES Teaching Overseas thread, plenty of advice and information from people who have been there and done that.

ClaireAll Mon 07-May-12 16:53:32

Overseas teaching positions tend to be on fixed term contracts (2 - 3 years). The company is taking very few risks when they take someone on. The are mostly interested in your experience, so being older is a bonus. You won't know until you try.

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