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One of the practical questions that comes to mind is how will I be able to live and support myself in Thailand? Well, teaching English is where I have decided to start. I have a three-year college diploma which isn’t as compliant as a four-year university BA to teach in thailand. My plan is to […]

One of the practical questions that comes to mind is how will I be able to live and support myself in Thailand?
Well, teaching English is where I have decided to start.

I have a three-year college diploma which isn’t as compliant as a four-year university BA to teach in thailand. My plan is to attend a six week TOEFL course in Chiang Mai then pursue an English instructional gig south of Bangkok in one of the coastal communities.
I need to verify what paperwork I’ll need, but I know originals are important to have. My Diploma and transcripts will be critical I believe.

Anyway, lots of questions to answer in the days ahead, including:

  • Is a college diploma sufficient to teach?
  • Do I need an official transcript?
  • Will I get into trouble with immigration when entering the country if I have my diploma with me?
  • What school should I attend for training?
  • Should I train in Bangkok or another city?
  • Where can I find a job once I’ve completed the course?
  • How will I obtain a work permit?
  • What resources are there available to learn about teaching English in thailand?

 


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