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Teaching Abroad

08 January 2015

Maureen LaceyMaureen Lacey, Senior Recruitment Consultant at Gabbitas, recently appeared in an article in Independent Education Today, a leading educational publication, giving advice to teachers considering working in a school abroad.

42% of all international schools teach the British curriculum, creating a demand for British teachers overseas. Maureen’s advice was to help those interested in teaching abroad to consider all the important factors. It included “Think about the country you would want to live and work in”; “If you have children, is the timing right so that moving to a new school won't disrupt their education”; and “Question whether the contract is local or international”.
You can read the full article here.Gabbitas

Gabbitas is also running a ‘Teach abroad information day’ on Saturday 24 January 2015, at the East India Club in London. Attendees will learn about British schools abroad, career progression and rewards, the myths and realities of teaching overseas, and which organisations can provide support. Tickets are free but places are limited. Click here to book your place.

Gabbitas, part of the Prospects Group, offers expert guidance to parents, students and schools worldwide. Visit their website to find out more.

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