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Teach in England FAQs – NQTs

01/03/16

In this video, our Australian consultant Mitch answers the question: 'I'm newly qualified – is teaching in the UK right for me?'

Part of our ongoing 'Teach in England FAQ' video series, answering some of the common questions about moving to England to teach.

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Hi! I'm currently doing a Bachelor of Early Childhood and Primary Education in Australia right now. It'd be a few years away before I'd need to consider where to work since I've just begun my degree. However, I'd still love to know more about teaching in the UK after I complete my studies and particularly through this program, and whether it could be a possibility for me. I'm keen to move overseas once I finish and the UK is somewhere I've been thinking about moving to for a little while now for eventual work and a general change of pace from life in Australia. Thanks! Kind regards, Liana
Liana Hargreaves, 03 March 2018
Hi Liana, Thank you for your interest. I believe that Mitch will be able to answer all your questions. Feel free to email him on Mitchell.Jones@protocol-education.com Regards, Zuzana
Zuzana - Protocol Education, 05 March 2018
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