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First Degree
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While browsing through the FAQs section of your website and also some job opportunities posted on your website, I noticed that a " first degree " is often mentioned. Does it matter what field this degree is in or will any university degree be acceptable? The answer to this question has quite an impact on my plan since I'm assuming all I need at the moment to be qualified to teach English as a second language abroad is a TESOL certification course.

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It rather depends. In many countries a first degree (in anything) is the base qualification in order to obtain a work permit to teach English. However, individual employers may have a preference for particular degree subjects/majors, which, for obvious reasons, cannot be generalised.




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