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Teaching in Turkey

Discussion forum for expats moving to or living in Turkey.

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Teaching in Turkey

Post Posted: Tue Feb 22, 2011 12:39 am

Hello All,
I am new to Expat. I feel so fortunate to find a site that assist poeple in pursuing their dreams. I am interested in teaching English in Turkey. Are there any sites that I can search. I am excited about searching for a new career in teaching. I will be so happy when I am able to travel to Turkey. I wish the best to everyone.
Very Happy Debbie Hyman

 

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Re: Teaching in Turkey

Post Posted: Tue Feb 22, 2011 1:46 am

Welcome! Good luck w/your teaching career in TR. There are many useful sites available, Daves ESL cafe is one. Just have a good root around and you'll find loads of info.
All the best.


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Re: Teaching in Turkey

Post Posted: Tue Mar 01, 2011 2:44 pm

Hello!
Where are you thinking of teaching in Turkey? Istanbul is a great city but so is Izmir. Izmir is not overwhelming, more relaxed and there's lots of schools.

MEF (International school)
Cakabey
Gelisim Koleji
Ekin Koleji
Isikkent
ACI-SEV (American Collegiate Institute)

just to name a few. Also, there's plenty of language schools. You should check it out! Happy job hunting!

 

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