Teach English in Thailand Q & A

on August 22, 2014

Liam Kelly, founder of TravelBud and former English teacher in Thailand, was interviewed on FAQ Fridays about the experience of teaching English in Thailand. Liam went into detail explaining the 7 most frequently asked questions about teaching English in Thailand.

Having taught in Thailand himself a couple of years ago, Liam is passionate about this unique work abroad experience and is highly knowledgeable on the subject.

The TravelBud team is always willing to assist anyone looking to teach English in Thailand and offers excellent services getting set up with quality TESOL training and reputable teaching jobs.

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Liam goes into detail in response to the following questions:

  • Why teach English in Thailand over other countries?
  • What are the chances of getting a job on one of the popular islands?
  • How long does one usually spend teaching in Thailand?
  • How much of your day is spent teaching?
  • Is it safe to teach English in Thailand? What about for girls?
  • I have a teaching degree; do I still need a TESOL certificate?
  • Is there and age restriction?

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About Stu Brown

Stu has always carried with him a passion for exploring the world through work and travel experiences.

After a year-long adventure working at a school in London and travelling throughout Europe, Stu began his tertiary studies at Stellenbosch University in Cape Town, South Africa, obtaining his Bachelor of Arts degree (BA) in Social Dynamics.

He also holds a 120-Hour internationally accredited TEFL/TESOL certificate and understands what it takes to teach and travel responsibly. As TravelBud CEO he understands that truly exciting and life-changing adventures only happen when you step outside your comfort zone; and not a day goes by when he doesn’t challenge the team to do the same!

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