Teaching English in Asia without a degree or as a non-native speaker

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This video focuses on teaching English in Asia (China, Korea, Taiwan, and Japan) without a degree or the proper qualifications such as non-native speakers.

You usually need to be a native English speaker and to have a degree to get a legal visa for teaching. However, there are some other ways too that are legal or illegal.

Some other visas are: spouse, student, heritage, and working holiday visas for those from common wealth countries. All of those can offer some ability to legally teach English.

You can try teaching illegally on a tourist visa too, but there are risks.

Read more:
http://www.eslinsider.com/blog/teaching-english-without-degree

Learn more about teaching English in Asia (China, Korea, Taiwan and Japan) with this detailed guide:
http://www.eslinsider.com/teaching-english-in-asia-guide

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