teaching wihtout a degree

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teaching wihtout a degree

Unread post by jillinkorea » 06 Jun 2007, 08:36

Hi.. im currently teaching english in south korea and i was wondering if anyone can tell me what countries you can teach english without a degree. My husband and i want to teach in another country but he doesnt have a degree, any suggestions???

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Come to Mexico...

Unread post by cassilda84 » 10 Jun 2007, 22:29

I am from Mexico, and there is a huge demand on English Teachers all around the country. Of course, a degree is preferred, especially if you are considering a good salary, but Mexico is a very friendly country that accepts Native speakers for teaching their language, and salaries in the big cities are good enough for people with degrees or for native speakers.

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Teaching without a degree

Unread post by Ian McAllist » 24 Jul 2007, 11:58

I would be interested to know of any sites or contacts featuring jobs in Mexico for teachers with experience but no degree,(i.e. me!). I have looked in all the usual places, and most of them confirm that in order to obtain the relevant visa, a BA or higher is mandatory. I'm English by the way, and would love to teach in Mexico. Any help would be most appreciated.

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