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most stunning locations

The most stunning locations where you can teach in the world

When you enter the end of term holidays as an international teacher, you’ll have access to some of the most beautiful locations in the world. Deciding where to teach abroad can be a difficult decision, especially when presented with this choice. That’s why we are here to help with a few of our favourite, most …

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why is an international school education so popular?

Why is an international school education so popular?

The international school education sector has transformed into a major global business. While early international schools were created to meet the needs of wealthy Western expatriates, this has changed extensively in recent years to cater to a more diverse audience. As of 2019, there are more than 9,600 international schools, teaching over five million students …

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Teaching in South East Asia

What to expect from teaching in South East Asia

A brief history of English-medium international schools When English-medium international schools were first established, they were designed to meet the needs of expatriate communities employed by embassies and multinational companies. Employers enabled families to move together across the world and maintain the level of teaching that was provided in their home countries such as Britain …

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Teaching in Dubai

Sinead’s story – Teaching in Dubai

Teaching in Dubai   Two daughters and an engineer husband make up Sinead’s small tight-knit family. When her husband was offered a career-defining post in Dubai, it was important that the family unit stuck together. Having never worked abroad before, Sinead was apprehensive about moving her family, the process of finding a teaching job abroad, …

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international teachers

Report shows demand for UK teachers abroad is increasing

There are more than 4,300 British international schools operating internationally, making up over 45% of the international schools market. In the last six years, the number of international schools as a whole grew by 6% totalling 450 new schools per year. A UK style education is becoming increasingly valued by parents around the world. In …

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Teaching jobs in Singapore

Jeannette’s story – Teaching in Singapore

With a wealth of teaching experience under her belt, Jeannette had become tired of the monotony and pressures associated with the profession in the UK. She often thought that teaching abroad was for quitters and wimps. However, she began to grow envious of former colleagues whose escapades around the globe clung on to her social …

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The ITP builds connections with Middle East schools

The International Teaching Partnership build connections with Middle East schools. The International Teaching Partnership (ITP) attended the annual British Schools in the Middle East (BSME) conference to build connections with middle east schools. Armed with unique branding, squishy stress ball aeroplanes and a mountain of pens, the team made an impression in the conference. The …

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The ITP launches trainee teacher programme

The International Teaching Partnership (ITP) has launched a new trainee teacher programme to tackle the teacher recruitment crisis head-on. The international education staffing company has partnered with a top Teaching Excellence Framework (TEF) university to deliver a two year fully funded and salaried programme that takes graduate trainee teachers with no classroom experience through to …

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