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"I am extremely interested in pursuing a career in TESOL. I understand that you need a degree and I was wondering whether I should get the degree first and then the ESL qualification or vice versa. The courses I am interested in at University offer a TESOL module and a year abraod as a language assistant at a school. What is the best direction to take? "
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JAPAN - MINIMUM REQUIREMENTS
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I am a native Australian with no university degree. Pls advise which course(s) I can complete to increase my chances of finding full time teaching work in Japan. Preferably course(s) recognised by Ministry of Education.

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A first degree is a government requirement in order to teach English in Japan. A degree course which includes ESL/EFL would probably be an advantage but we would suggest that you check with your nearest Japanese Consulate for the most up to date information.




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