What's it like to teach in... ?
Our series of guides on working abroad. Find out the pros and cons of teaching in various parts of the world and what you need to do to make your overseas career move a success
New Zealand is a favourite destination for UK teachers lured by an attractive lifestyle and relatively easy cultural transition. However be prepared for an onerous application process.
There are various routes to teaching in Africa - you can find out more about them here.
Australia remains a favourite destination for UK teachers. The marketplace is competitive but persistence can pay dividends.
Getting a teaching job in the USA has its complications, but is not impossible. Read our guide to help you stand the best chance of bagging a teaching job in North America.
South America is a huge place and there are big differences between cities, regions and countries. Argentina, Bolivia, Brazil, Chile, Colombia, Ecuador, Paraguay, Peru, Uruguay and Venezuela all offer job opportunities for UK trained teachers.
Lured by the chance to build up a tax-free nest egg - and enjoy a reliably sunny climate - it’s no wonder many teachers have made the move to the Middle East.
Japan can be an amazing experience if you do your research and can adapt to a very different culture. But pinching pennies in Japan is no fun and it can be hard to get a job back in the UK if you stay too long.
Get the low down on teacher pay and conditions and how to get a visa. Plus, find out what it’s like to work in China from teachers reflecting on their time there