Teaching English

A Language Assistant's Life in La Réunion

Ben Dalton | Posted 03.03.2014 | UK Universities & Education
Ben Dalton

Climbing down the plane steps, Reunion has clearly pulled out all the stops. It's like one of those ridiculous Hollywood tropical islands, like Spooky Island from Scooby Doo, when you arrive to postcard palm trees, people flinging flower necklaces around your neck (this of course didn't actually happen) and with 'Pass the Duchee on the Left hand Side' playing as the soundtrack.

The Value of Volunteering

Alana MacPherson | Posted 10.03.2013 | UK Universities & Education
Alana MacPherson

It may not be for everyone but the work that volunteers do is extremely inspiring. Whether you do it at home or abroad, for a few weeks or a few years, the value of volunteering is enormous. You can have a truly significant impact on the lives of others.

Working in Japan Without a Degree - It Is Possible!

Alana MacPherson | Posted 27.02.2013 | UK Universities & Education
Alana MacPherson

It's no wonder people want to live there and see what it's like. Unfortunately those without a degree are very much restricted when it comes to obtaining employment in Japan due to entry requirements, meaning that funding life over there would be difficult. There is an opportunity to overcome this however, by applying for a Working Holiday Visa.

Leaving London For a New Way Of Life in Goa

Sandy Dhaliwal | Posted 30.12.2012 | UK Lifestyle
Sandy Dhaliwal

This month I'm planning bus trips to a spice plantation, three historical Hindu temples, a famous waterfall called Dudhsagar Falls and the town of Old Goa; where I'm told I can join an excursion to see crocodiles.