Entries in teaching abroad (20)
A student's life is one like no other. Throwing yourself into the unknown to meet new people, study hard and create memories for life will be the best experience of your life. And hey, why not make it that little bit better by taking your studies overseas!
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We may have despised them at times but overall most of us are probably very thankful to our teachers. They have, after all, helped us get to where we are now. All over the world, teachers shape students and the future generation!
Albert Einstein once said: “Everybody is a genius. But if you judge a fish by its ability to climb a tree, it will live its whole life believing that it is stupid.” If you’re anxiously anticipating receiving exam results bear in my mind what this wise man once said. In this blog we take a look at what you might do if you don’t receive the results you’ve been expecting.
“Do you want to marry a middle-aged man?” Whatever your answer will be, just keep in mind that “many children globally do not get choice”. That’s what is written on a poster advertising Girl Summit 2014. The event aimed to tackle the female genital mutilation (FGM) and forced child marriage.
A few weeks ago, #TimeToAct was just a drop in the ocean of the 140-characters messages that tweet from our mobiles daily. Now it is the social network’s motto of a campaign asking to tackle rape in war zones.
Human rights are rights fundamental to all humanity. This means that everyone is entitled to their rights without discrimination; these rights do not consider age, sex, race, nationality, religion, language, ethnic origins or sexual orientation.
Teaching abroad is an incredibly rewarding experience, one which will not only stay with you for a lifetime, but one which can boost career prospects, by showing employees that you’re dedicated, rounded, and a cultured individual.