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Students needed to teach English as a foreign language
Updated 2:06pm Saturday 31st May 2014 in News
Students in south-east London and north Kent are needed to teach English as a foreign language.
Global youth travel specialist Smaller Earth UK is urging young people who are keen for a break to take up English teaching in countries such as Vietnam, the Czech Republic and China.
Christopher Coventry of Smaller Earth UK said: “We take young people fed up of their treadmill lifestyles and send them on awesome trips around the world.
“Our language school offers the opportunity for people to spend four weeks working as a TEFL teacher abroad in countries as diverse as Vietnam, the Czech Republic and China.
“It’s an excellent chance for individuals looking to make a change, build their CV or just have a unique vacation.
“Living abroad as a teacher in a country like Vietnam gives you the opportunity for long-term contact with the unique culture, people and food.
"In comparison to the cost of living in the UK, Vietnam is an incredibly cheap place to live.”
Smaller Earth UK provides work placements for young adults worldwide.
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