So myself and my girlfriend were looking into doing a CELTA course with the intention of moving abroad(from here in Ireland) and finding teacher related work.
I have a bachelor's degree, but my girlfriend does not.
It seems to be the case where every job offer requires candidates to have a degree behind them?
Now I don't have any problem with this requirement from a visa point of view, but what I do have an issue with is CELTA course's and other TEFL course's accepting people who don't have any degree.
I mean what's the point in taking nearly €2,000 off them when it will be almost impossible for them to get a job even if they pass the CELTA?
Can anyone shed some light on this whole area of job opportunities at teaching English without a degree BUT with a CELTA/equivalent certification?