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  • Re: Which country should I look for if I'm not a native English speaker and still pursuing TESOL


    By: Admin < Show E-mail >

    Date: Sun, 28 Aug 2016

    Location: China (Asia)

    Most schools in China and Thailand have native English speaker as a requirement but will consider non-native given their need and the individuals English ability.  The degree issue stems from requirements for a visa/work permit so sometimes schools can't get around this.  That being said, you are more likely to find a position in rural schools that have more need for a teacher.  Additionally, some rural schools are given a waiver from the government allowing them to hire non-degree holders.  Unfortunately, there are very few of these schools and I don't know which ones.

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