Study in Scotland on Professional or Degree Course

 

Study in Scotland on Professional or Degree CourseChoosing to study in Scotland for an undergraduate degree or professional qualification could provide the opportunity for a positive life changing experiences.

Language schools, post 16 further education colleges and universities combined offer just about any course of study.

Scotland is an open and welcoming country for all visitors, and indeed is visited by many people as a destination for a short break or longer stay. Another reason is the country has a rich heritage of culture education, art and research.

Study for an undergraduate or postgraduate degree in one of the colleges or choose from 19 Scotland universities from Aberdeen in the north to SRUC in the south. (more…)

Universities in Scotland

Universities in ScotlandListings of all 19 top universities in Scotland that provide excellent research facilities, teaching and almost every subject course to study.

Degree study in Scotland  from the northeast to the south-west of Scotland universities listed below are some of the world’s leading universities for facilities, value of skills, learning and qualifications.

Find below information on study, university course search, grants, bursaries in Scotland.

Scottish study choice

The Scottish education system is known in the world for quality and rigour enabling graduates completing their studies to be valuable assets to prospective employers entering the job market.

At any of the 19 Scottish universities, expectations are set high for both you and the university.

Ever since 1413, there has been learning, research, discussion and achievement when the first university was founded, known today as one of the ancient universities.

Universities in Scotland list

Uni listing if you wish for a less informal introduction!

University of Aberdeen. Regent Walk, Aberdeen AB24 3FX.  +44 (0) 01224 272000

Abertay University. Bell Street, Dundee DD1 1HG. Tel: +44 (0) 01382 308000

University of Dundee, Perth Road, Dundee DD1 4HN. Tel: +44 (0) 01382 383 000

The University of Edinburgh, Old College, South Bridge, Edinburgh EH8 9YL. Tel: +44 (0) 0131 650 100

Edinburgh Napier University, Craiglockhart Campus, Edinburgh EH14 1DJ. Tel: +44 (0) 0131 444 2266

University of Glasgow, Glasgow G12 8QQ. Tel: +44 (0) 0141 330 2000

Glasgow Caledonian University, 70 Cowcaddens Road, Glasgow G4 0BA. Tel: +44 (0) 0141 331 3000

The Glasgow School of Art, 167 Renfrew Street, Glasgow G3 6RQ. Tel: +44 (0) 0141 353 4500

Heriot Watt University, Riccarton, Edinburgh EH14 4AS. Tel: +44 (0) 0131 449 5111

University of The Highlands and Islands, 14 campuses located around Scotland.

Open University, 10 Drumsheugh Gardens, Edinburgh EH3 7QJ. Tel: +44 (0) 0131 226 3851

Queen Margaret University, Edinburgh EH21 6UU.  Tel: +44 (0) 0131 474 0000

Robert Gordon University, Schoolhill, Aberdeen AB10 1FR. Tel:  + 44 (0) 01224 262000

Royal Conservatoire of Scotland, 100 Renfrew Street, Glasgow G2 3DB. Tel: + 44 (0) 0141 332 4101

Scottish Rural Collages (SRUC), Courses delivered in more than one location.

St Andrews University, College Gate. St Andrews. Fife KY16 9AJ. Tel: +44 (0) 01334 476161

University of Stirling, Stirling FK9 4LA. Tel: +44 (0) 01786 473 171

University of Strathclyde, Glasgow G1 1XQ. Tel: +44 (0) 0141 552 4400

University of the West of Scotland, High Street, Paisley PA1 2BE. Tel: +44 (0) 0141 848 3000

Why choose one of the top Scottish universities?

Scotland’s universities have been recognised worldwide for many years as leading places in the world for research, extensive range of courses, qualifications and to build long-lasting contacts.

Four universities here in Scotland are listed in the top 200 world university rankings 2015 (Source: Times Higher Educational Supplement), recognising teaching & learning quality, facilities and standards.

Thousands of undergraduate and postgraduate students opt to study on a course at a Scotland university to not only gain a valuable education, “but also” in knowing that their degree qualification is recognised and valuable worldwide, such as an Masters in Business Administration (MBA) from University of Edinburgh or University of Strathclyde.

Almost any subject or course can be studied at different levels from foundation degree, undergraduate, postgraduate master’s in education, business & management for example, and postgraduate research degrees.

Universities here all offer student’s flexible learning, where they can choose from full time, part time, open learning & distance learning study modes.

More than 4000 course’s and more than 140 subject areas are on offer for students to choose from.

In addition, a profession occupation qualification such as qualifying as a Scottish school primary or secondary teacher, doctor, veterinarian or university nurse training courses are recognised and popular in the academic fields.

9 + universities offer prospective students a qualification to teach in Scotland schools from early years to 18 year olds.

One main feature of attending one of the 19 universities is that they are in a country that is welcoming and accessible to all visitors.

Collaboration between universities and colleges

Extensive partnerships in Scotland, UK and internationally are formed with a wide range of industry sectors, universities, and links with employers.

Universities continue to form partnerships with leading companies in the oil, marine, science and medical industries.

Cutting edge research is conducted by all universities to first look at a problem and come up with ideas and solutions, or indeed a cure. 

Universities in Scotland regularly win research grants from commercial companies and governments in the UK and abroad, as they are seen to have the facilities and leading researchers to come up with a solution.

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Working Holiday Visa Countries (60 Approximately)

 

Working Holiday Visa Countries (60 Approximately) Work & TravelA working holiday visa is an agreement between 2 countries that allows foreign citizens between the ages of 18 to 30 mostly or from 18 to 35 for some countries, Canadian citizens visas are issued to 36/37 years old for France.

The work & travel visa is temporary allowing a person to study, travel and or work for a year or two living and working abroad in specific temporary jobs in a foreign participating country.

Fostering relations between countries and encourage youth exchange through travel, work and study is at the centre of the visa idea.

You are issued the visa for you only and no family dependants are allowed, unless they have their own visa.

Approximately 60 countries provide working holiday visas for 1 or 2 years in 2021, extendable in a few countries.

Visa application time processing 4-6 week mostly made online through a government website.


 

 

Restrictions on a working holiday visa

Each country also restricts you to certain types of jobs you can do, or geographical areas of a country or time allowed working for the same employer.

You do not require a job before arriving in the country.

Employment sectors are from forestry & agriculture, hospitality in hotels, bars and restaurants, retail, care and other seasonal work.

You are also allowed to study for a portion of the time and travel of course.

The visa is longer than tourists receive and you can combine work to top up finances to enable more travel.

Quota limits generally from 200 people from each country, (some countries unlimited) that are allocated a working holiday visa with applications made online at the respective countries embassy or consulate in your own country.

Getting a visa for a working holiday New Zealand citizens are at the most advantage with the most countries to choose from, also British have a number of countries as options.

A visa issued for a working holiday to Australia & New Zealand are one of the most popular with the countries as a destination and Australian & New Zealand governments agreeing reciprocal arrangements with a good number of countries.


 

 

Countries update requirements all the time and new countries are added

Updated April 2021.   Older than 35 see work visa option

 

 

List of countries issue work & travel visa 2021

 

Andorra

Age range: 18 to 30 years            Time scale: 12 months

Countries citizens accept: Australia             See: Andorra embassy

 

Argentina

Age range: 18 to 30 years, 35 from New Zealand               Time scale: 12 months

Countries citizens accept: Australia, Norway, Netherlands, Denmark, Japan, Poland,  France, Sweden, Ireland, New Zealand, Germany,  Portugal, Austria, South Korea

See: The Ministry of Foreign Affairs, Argentina     

 

Australia

Age range: 18 to 30 years, Canadians 35 years

Time scale: 12 months, although 6 months or less working for the same employer

Countries citizens accept: Taiwan, Estonia, Belgium, Italy, France, Cyprus, Finland, Hong Kong, Norway, Sweden, Denmark, Germany, Malta, Republic of Korea, Ireland, Japan, The Netherlands, Canada, United Kingdom

Subclass 462 visa available for Argentina, Austria, Chile, China, People’s, Republic of Czech Republic, Ecuador, Greece, Hungary, Indonesia, Israel, Luxembourg, Malaysia, Peru, Poland, Portugal, San Marino, Singapore, Slovak Republic, Slovenia, Spain, Thailand, Turkey, Uruguay, United States, Vietnam

https://immi.homeaffairs.gov.au/visas/getting-a-visa/visa-listing/work-holiday-462/first-work-holiday-462#Eligibility

See:  Australia immigration and visa classes to apply   

 

Austria

Age range: 18 to 30 years                    Time scale:  6 to 12 months

Countries citizens accept: Republic of Korea, Hong Kong, Japan, Israel, Chile, New Zealand, Australia, Argentina, Chinese Taipei and Canada

See: Austrian Foreign Ministry

 

 

Working & travel visa application typical documents required:

  • Copy of passport biometric page.
  • Return flight.
  • Copy of bank account statement showing sufficient finances for the stay.
  • Possible medical/TB test if from certain country.
  • Birth certificate.
  • Medical insurance, possible iris scan and finger prints taken, good character reference.
  • Pay application fee to the country embassy.
  • Documents must be translated in the language of the country you apply

 

 

Belgium

Age range: 18 to 30 years                 Time scale:  12 months

Countries citizens accept: South Korea, Taiwan, New Zealand, Canada, Australia

See: Belgian Federal Public Service Foreign Affairs  and https://australia.diplomatie.belgium.be/en         

 

Brazil

Age range: 18 to 30 years                 Time scale:  12 months

Countries citizens accept: Germany, New Zealand, France           

See:  Brazilian embassy in your country

Germany citizens  https://www.auswaertiges-amt.de

 

Canada

Age range: 18 to 30 years              Time scale:  12 months

35 years old for Australia, Italy, Denmark, Switzerland, Chile, Ireland, Germany, France, Czech Republic

Countries citizens accept: United Kingdom, Taiwan, Switzerland, Sweden, Norway, New Zealand, The Netherlands, Latvia, Republic of Korea, Japan, Italy, Ireland, Hong Kong, Germany, France, Estonia, Denmark, Czech Republic, Chile, Belgium, Austria, Poland, Ukraine and Australia.

See: Government of Canada

 

Chile

Age range: 18 to 30 years  (18 to 35 Canada and Hungary)        Time scale:  12 months

Countries citizens accept: Canada, Poland,  Japan Germany, New Zealand, Hungary, Portugal, Austria, Denmark, Australia  Sweden, Luxembourg  France, Ireland,   South Korea, Czech Republic   

See: The Chilean Department of Foreign Affairs or embassy

 

China

Age range: 18 to 30 years                   Time scale:  12 months

Countries citizens accept for Hong Kong: Netherlands, Sweden, Italy, Australia, Germany, United Kingdom, New Zealand, Hungary, Japan, Ireland, Austria, Canada, Ireland

Taiwan: Ireland, Australia, Japan, Austria, Belgium, Canada, Luxembourg, Czech Republic, Germany, Slovakia, Hungary, Netherlands, New Zealand, Poland, United Kingdom, South Korea, Netherlands, France

See:  Taiwan The Republic of China Consular Affairs, embassy or consulate

Hong Kong   https://www.immd.gov.hk/eng/services/visas

 

Colombia

Age range: 18 to 30 years              Time scale:  12 months

Countries citizens accept: France (Peru, Chile, Mexico apply to the Pacific Alliance work & holiday visa.

See:  Pacific Alliance work and holiday visa and embassy in France

 

Costa Rica

Age range: 18 to 35 years           Time scale:  12 months

Countries citizens accept: Canada           See: Costa Rica government in Canada

 

Croatia

Age range: 18 to 30 years               Time scale:  12 months

Countries citizens accept: Canada, New Zealand

See: Croatian Embassy Ottawa or Croatia’s Consulate General in Mississauga or NZ

 

Cyprus

Age range: 18 to 25 years      Time scale:  12 months

Countries citizens accept: Australia               See: Cyprus embassy

 

Czech Republic

Age range: 18 to 30 years  or 18 to 35 other countries            Time scale:  24  months

Countries citizens accept: New Zealand, Israel, Taiwan, Japan, Canada, Australia, Chile, South Korea

See: Czech Ministry of Foreign Affairs

 

 

Holiday visa for work questions and answers

How many hours can you work on a working holiday visa? Generally no restriction on hours worked in each country.

Do I pay income tax? Yes, if you earn over a certain amount wage per month.

Is the visa for temporary resident? Yes, does not provide long term/permanent residency.

Can I apply for a holiday visa for work twice? Yes, in a few countries.

How much is the work visa? Each country embassy charges a different amount.

How can I find work abroad? Apply to jobs advertised on online job board, agency, and notice boards

 

 

Denmark

Age range: 18 to 30 years                 Time scale:  12 months

Countries citizens accept: Japan, Australia, Argentina, Canada, Chile, New Zealand, South Korea

See:  The Official Portal for Foreigners and Integration

 

Ecuador

Age range: 18 to 30 years           Time scale:  12 months

Countries citizens accept: Australia          See:  Apply in Australia at Ecuador government office

 

Estonia

Age range: 19 to 30 years   (Canadians 18 to 35 years)     Time scale:  12 months

Countries citizens accept:  Japan, Canada, Australia, New Zealand

See: Estonian Ministry of Foreign Affairs or a consulate

 

Finland

Age range: 18 to 30 years         Time scale:  12 months

Countries citizens accept: South Korea, Australia & New Zealand

See: Working in Finland immigration  

 

France

Age range: 18 to 30 years   (Argentina, Canadians, Australia 35 or 36 years)      Time scale:  12 months

Countries citizens accept: Brazil, Hong Kong, Uruguay, Taiwan, Colombia, South Korea, Russia, Mexico, Japan, Chile, Canada, Argentina, Australia, Mexico, New Zealand

See: Young traveller working holiday      

 

Germany

Age range: 18 to 30 years  (Canadians 35 years old)         Time scale:  12 months

Countries citizens accept:  Argentina, Hong Kong, Australia, Brazil, Chile, Israel, Uruguay, Japan, New Zealand, Taiwan, Republic of Korea (Canadian must be studying)

See:  Deutschland.de

 

Greece

Age range: 18 to 30 years           Time scale:  12 months

Countries citizens accept: Australia & Canada             See:  Greek government         

 

Hong Kong

Age range: 18 to 30 years         Time scale:  12 months

Countries citizens accept: Sweden, Netherlands, Hungary, Ireland, United Kingdom, South Korea, Austria, France, New Zealand, Australia, Germany, Japan, Australia, Canada

See: Hong Kong Immigration

 

Hungary

Age range: 18 to 30 years    (New Zealand 35?)     Time scale:  12 months

Countries citizens accept: New Zealand, Taiwan, Chile, South Korea, Australia, Japan, Hong Kong,

See: Embassy of Hungary

 

Iceland

Age range: 18 to 30 years         Time scale:  12 months

Countries citizens accept:  Japan

See: Working Holiday Scheme between Japan & Iceland

 

Ireland

Age range: 18 to 30 years      (35 years for Australians & Canadians)      Time scale:  12 months

Countries citizens accept: Australia, Japan, USA, New Zealand, Taiwan, Hong Kong, Chile, Canada, Argentina, Republic of Korea, Chile, Uruguay

Working Holiday Visa scheme US students and recent graduates.

Taiwan citizens application form

See:  Ireland Department of Justice and Equality

 

Israel

Age range: 18 to 30 years         Time scale:  12 months

Countries citizens accept: Austria, New Zealand, Czech Republic, South Korea, Germany, Australia

See: Israel Ministry of Foreign Affairs

 

Italy

Age range: 18 to 30 years       (Canada 35 years)       Time scale:  12 months

Countries citizens accept: Canada, New Zealand, South Korea, Australia, Hong Kong

See:     Italian Ministry of Foreign Affairs.

            New Zealand apply Italian Embassy in Wellington

           Australia Italian Embassy in Canberra

           Canada apply Italian Embassy in Ottawa

 

Japan

Age range: 18 to 30 years        Time scale:  12 months

Countries citizens accept:  Denmark, Germany, Iceland, Korea, Sweden, Chile, Czech Republic, Argentina, Ireland, Hong Kong, Spain, Hungary, Austria, Australia, Slovakia, Portugal, Canada, Lithuania, Netherlands, Taiwan, Norway, United Kingdom, France, New Zealand, Poland, Estonia

See: The Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Japan

 

Latvia

Age range: 18 to 30 years        (Canada 35 years old)   Time scale:  12 months

Countries citizens accept:  New Zealand, Australia, Canada

Youth mobility South Korea (2020)

See: Ministry of Foreign Affairs of the Republic of Latvia

 

Lithuania

Age range: 18 to 30 years          Time scale:  12 months

Countries citizens accept:  New Zealand, Canada & Youth mobility South Korea (2020)

See: Canada Embassy of the Republic of Lithuania to Canada,

        New Zealand: Ministry of Social Security and Labour

 

Luxembourg

Age range: 18 to 30 years          Time scale:  12 months

Countries citizens accept:  New Zealand, Australia, Chile, Canada, Taiwan

See: The Grand Duchy of Luxembourg embassy

 

Malaysia

Age range: 18 to 30 years          Time scale:  12 months

Countries citizens accept:  Australia & New Zealand

See: Work and Holiday Visa Malaysia 

 

Malta

Age range: 18 to 30 years          Time scale:  12 months

Countries citizens accept:  Australia and New Zealand

See: EU Immigration Portal, Identity Malta

 

Mexico

Age range: 18 to 30 years          Time scale:  12 months

Countries citizens accept:  Chile, New Zealand, Germany, Canada, France, South Korea, Peru, Colombia

See:  Information and apply at an embassy for Mexico

 

Monaco

Age range: 18 to 30 years          Time scale:  12 months

Countries citizens accept:  UK             See: Monaco embassy

 

Netherlands

Age range: 18 to 30 years          Time scale:  12 months

Countries citizens accept:  Canada, South Korea, New Zealand, Australia, Taiwan, Argentina, Hong Kong, Uruguay, Japan,

See: Netherlands Immigration and Naturalisation Service

 

New Zealand

Age range: 18 to 30 years     Some countries citizens 35 years       Time scale:  12 months

Countries citizens accept:  18-35 in some cases)

Countries Accepted:  Netherlands Argentina, Malaysia, Hong Kong, Czech Republic, Austria, Ireland, Lithuania,  Poland, Mexico, Belgium, Israel, Portugal, Brazil, Italy, Germany, Singapore, Norway, Canada, Japan, Slovakia, Chile, Korea, Slovenia, China, Turkey, Latvia, Spain, Croatia, Sweden, Philippines, Czech Republic, Luxembourg, Taiwan, Denmark, Thailand, Estonia, Malta, United Kingdom, France, USA, Uruguay, Hungary, Peru, Vietnam, Thailand, Austria, Finland

See: New Zealand Immigration

 

Norway

Age range: 18 to 30 years     (Canada 18 to 35 years visa)    Time scale:  12 months

Countries citizens accept:  Australia, Japan, Canada, Argentina, New Zealand

See: Norwegian Directorate of Immigration

 

Peru

Age range: 18 to 30 years          Time scale:  12 months

Countries citizens accept:  Portugal, New Zealand, France, Colombia, Australia, Chile, and Mexico

See: Apply at the Peru embassy

 

Philippines

Age range: 18 to 30 years          Time scale:  12 months

Countries citizens accept:  New Zealand

See:    https://www.immigration.govt.nz/new-zealand-visas/apply

 

Poland

Age range: 18 to 30 years          (35 years Canada)        Time scale:  12 months

Countries citizens accept: South Korea, Australia, Taiwan, Japan, Argentina, Canada, New Zealand, Chile

See: Polish Ministry of Foreign Affairs

 

Portugal

Age range: 18 to 30 years    35 years Canada       Time scale: 12 months   (Canada 24 months)

Countries citizens accept:  Japan, Peru, Argentina, Australia, United States, Chile Canada, New Zealand, South Korea

See: Portugal government office in your country

 

Romania

Age range: 18 to 30 years          Time scale:  12 months

Countries citizens accept:  South Korea

 

Russia

Age range: 18 to 30 years          Time scale:  4 months

Countries citizens accept:  French                 See: Consulate in France

 

San Marino

Age range: 18 to 30 years          Time scale:  12 months

Countries citizens accept:  Australia and Canada

 

Slovakia

Age range: 18 to 30/35 years          Time scale:  12 months

Countries citizens accept:  Japan, Canada, Australia, Taiwan, New Zealand, Taiwan

See: Ministry of Foreign Affairs of the Slovak Republic

 

Slovenia

Age range: 18 to 30 years          Time scale:  12 months

Countries citizens accept:  New Zealand          Ministry of Foreign Affairs, Slovenia 

 

South Korea

Age range: 18 to 30 years          Time scale:  12 months or 24 months depending on country

Countries citizens accept: Italy, France, USA, Taiwan, Sweden, Portugal, Poland, Netherlands, Mexico, Ireland, Australia, Hong Kong, Hungary, Japan, Czech Republic, United Kingdom, Germany, Denmark, Canada, Chile, New Zealand, Belgium, Austria, Romania, Israel, Brazil

See: Ministry of Foreign Affairs, Korea

 

Singapore

Age range: 18 to 25 years          Time scale:  6 months

Countries citizens accept: University graduates from; United States, Hong Kong, Australia, France, Germany, Japan, New Zealand, United Kingdom, France, Netherlands

See: Singapore Ministry of Manpower

 

Spain

Age range: 18 to 30 years     (Canada 35 year old)          Time scale:  12 months

Countries citizens accept:  Australia, New Zealand, Japan, South Korea, Canada

New Zealand under the Youth Mobility Programme

 

Sweden

Age range: 18 to 30 years          Time scale:  12 months

Countries citizens accept: Uruguay, Hong Kong, South Korea, Australia, Canada, Chile, New Zealand, Japan, Argentina,

See: Swedish Migration Agency

 

Switzerland

Age range: 18 to 30 years     (Canada 35 years)         Time scale:  18 months

Countries citizens accept: Canada, Australia & Chile        See:  Swiss Federal Council

 

Taiwan

Age range: 18 to 30 or 35 years          Time scale:  12 months

Countries citizens accept:  Luxembourg, United Kingdom, Austria, South Korea, Belgium, Canada, Czech Republic, Germany, Hungary, Australia, Ireland, Japan, Poland, Slovakia, New Zealand, France

See: The Republic of China (Taiwan)  

 

Thailand

Age range: 18 to 30 years          Time scale:  12 months

Countries citizens accept: Australia & New Zealand

See: Applications at a Thailand consulate

 

Turkey

Age range: 18 to 30 years          Time scale:  12 months

Countries citizens accept: Australia, and New Zealand

 

Ukraine

Age range: 18 to 25 years          Time scale:  12 months

Countries citizens accept: Canada

 

United Kingdom

Age range: 18 to 30 years          Time scale:  12 months

Countries citizens accept: Taiwan, Australia, British Overseas Territories, Canada, Monaco, New Zealand, South Korea, Hong Kong, Japan (Changes at times) work & live in UK up to 2 year.

See: Youth Mobility Scheme Visa

 

Uruguay

Age: 18 to 30 years          Time:  12 months

Countries citizens accept: Australia, Germany, Sweden, France, New Zealand, Ireland

See: Swedish Citizens  For New Zealanders

 

Vietnam

Age range: 18 to 30 years          Time scale:  12 months

Countries citizens accept:  New Zealand, Australia

See:  https://www.immigration.govt.nz/new-zealand-visas

 

 

 

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Teaching in Taiwan International & Public Schools

Teaching jobs in Taiwan international & public schools as a classroom teacher in state elementary & high schools, you must have trained teacher status for the primary or secondary school level in your own country k12 level. Schools look at experience for teaching in Taiwan at that certain age range, especially kindergarten.

English teacher jobs at government or language schools in Taiwan can be found with or without Esl qualifications. Some of the larger language schools have training programs in place allowing salary package and Tefl certificate after qualification for new teachers. (more…)

Teaching in Middle East

Teaching in Middle EastTeachers can find teaching jobs in Middle East opportunities from education with the government or teaching at schools. Forming part of the Asia continent, the Middle East has their own countries with distinct culture and beliefs.

Teaching in Middle East countries means you could be located in area’s including: Jordan, United Arab Emirate, Bahrain, Lebanon,. Kuwait, Saudi Arabia, Qatar and Oman.  The climate is hot and humid in the spring/summer months, although becomes cooler during winter. (more…)

Teaching in Asia Independent & International Schools

Discover for yourself the Asian continent by teaching in Asia for a number of years or short 6 months contract. Contrasting in nature, environment, climate and culture teaching in Asia provides a wealth of choices during evening and weekend leisure time in a move abroad to work.

While not teaching use some of your spare time to visit a bustling street market in Taiwan and eat an evening meal with the locals. You could also take a boat ride across the Hong Kong bay to Macau or to Happy Valley Racecourse.

 

Teaching in Korea, Vietnam    Teaching in Indonesia  Teaching in China/Hong Kong    Teaching in Taiwan   Teaching in Thailand    Teaching in Malaysia

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Work Visa Age Limits & Residency Permit for Jobs Abroad

Work Visa Age Limits, Residency Permit for Jobs Abroad 2020

As a 55 year old looking at work abroad job advertisements the same no older than 40 or, 50, 60 is listed.  Work visa age limits countries & residency permit listings below to see if you can qualify for a job overseas.

Countries working holiday visa is available for 60 nations for people from certain countries, although this is one type of visa available.

Minimum work visa age is generally 18 for most countries or 21 years old for some. You also need to apply separately for a residency permit which is issued to people at least 18 years old in a majority of countries, or for Dubai/United Arab Emirates, without parent/guardian consent is 21 years old. (more…)

Teaching in Oman International Schools

Teaching Jobs in Oman International SchoolsLocation offering teaching in Oman international schools to qualified teachers. Nursery, primary and high school teachers benefit from Oman’s rich cultural, social, activities, and by posts for school teaching jobs in Oman to further their social, teaching & academic career. Teach you’re specialist subject to school children from 3 upwards. (more…)

Teaching in Egypt International Schools

Qualified teachers from countries around the world are in demand. Teaching jobs in Egypt international schools include early years/kindergarten, elementary/primary and secondary/high school level. Teaching in Egypt is open for you to teach a specialist subject to local children and international pupils. (more…)

Teaching in Malaysia International Schools

Western trained teachers and educators from other regions can experience teaching in Malaysia international schools. Teaching jobs in Malaysia help teachers to secure work and residency permits. You should be a suitably qualified teacher and obtain the correct paperwork to work & reside legally. 

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Teaching in Abu Dhabi International Schools

 

Opportunities for jobs teaching in Abu Dhabi international schools & UAE from Al Ain, Sharjah, Ajman. Discover diverse education & school teaching in United Arab Emirates at one of the many private international schools in the emirate.

Qualified state school teachers looking for a position in the (UAE) can teach in Dubai or other parts of the country.

The UAE is made up of several different areas with Dubai and Abu Dhabi being more well-known cities internationally.

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Teaching in Qatar International Schools

 

Education & teaching in Qatar international schools to educate Qatari & foreign children guidance. Teaching jobs in Qatar schools offer nursery, primary, secondary and specialist education roles.

Kindergarten to high school vacancies in Qatar from classroom teacher to management positions can be obtained with appropriate experience and qualifications.

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Teaching in Dubai, International Schools Jobs

Dubai is a popular destination for tourists, sports fans and teaching jobs in Dubai schools.  Situated in the gulf, United Arab Emirates (UAE) the city is a well-developed cosmopolitan fairly large area with good public transport.

Education and teaching in Dubai international schools careers are available from nursery, primary and secondary school. You’ll need the right skills, knowledge, qualifications and experience. (more…)

Teaching English Abroad Over 60, 50, 40 Year’s Old

Teaching English Abroad Over 60, 50, 40 Year's Old

Travelling abroad to teach for a year or for a long period of time takes planning. Teaching English abroad over 60 years old or 50, 40 is achievable, although age restrictions exist in many countries depending on factors including work/residency visa, and school employers views.

You can find good jobs that pay well working abroad as you get older as a senior teacher in good desirable countries overseas in different school types. (more…)

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