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Bethany's Testimonial: From Australia to Cambridge
Bethany's Testimonial: From Australia to Cambridge
• What made you decide to teach in England?I love to try new things, meet lots of new people, travel and explore. I thought that basing myself in England for a year or two was a great way to do all of the above! • Why did you choose Protocol Education as your agency?I chose Protocol because two friends/colleagues that I worked with in Sydney had highly recommended this company. I als
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20/04/18
University of Newcastle Education Society Out on a Mission
University of Newcastle Education Society Out on a Mission
Our Protocol Education team in Australia visits many universities each year; some times for lectures, other times for careers fairs, but sometimes they visit to help future teachers do what they’re supposed to do at uni – have fun! Mitch from our Aussie team has been sponsoring the University of Newcastle Education Society and, on Wednesday 14th March, he helped them to organise thei
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19/03/18
Aussie Supply Teacher in London: 'Moving is easier than you think!'
Aussie Supply Teacher in London: 'Moving is easier than you think!'
Jocelyn is yet another Australian Supply Teacher who decided to make the big move to London and is having the time of her life! ● What made you decide to teach in England?The idea to teach in England was planted in my head after a lecture by one of Protocol’s agents, Mitchell Jones, at my university, Australia Catholic University (ACU), Strathfield, in 2014. Since then I have often tho
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27/02/18
Protocol Testimonial: Jacqueline (Australia)
Protocol Testimonial: Jacqueline (Australia)
Jacqueline moved from Australia to London with her husband to take advantage of the two-year working visa. • What made you decide to teach in England?I chose to teach in England because they have a two-year working visa available for people under thirty. I wished to have more time to explore Europe than a limited tour could give and I only speak one language so limited my ab
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31/10/17
Wanderlust - From Sydney to London
Wanderlust - From Sydney to London
  Yang-En decided to leave Sydney and combine all of her passions - Traveling, Teaching and Art - • What made you decide to teach in England?Wanderlust! I’d been wanting to see more of the world for a long time – but had become a bit stuck in my life in Australia. I wasn’t particularly set on England necessarily, but I was able to get an ancestry visa to
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04/10/17
Testimonial: From Australia to Cambridge
Testimonial: From Australia to Cambridge
Nathan is an Aussie teacher who has recently moved to Cambridge and decided to share his experience and tips.   After five years of Supply Teaching and temporary assignments in Australia I grew rather weary of not having my own classes. Further than that, I wanted to further my career knowing that the experience should reap rewards when I did want to return to my home country. I chose P
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19/09/17
Aussie Dollar vs British Pound
Aussie Dollar vs British Pound
  Mitch Jones is Protocol Education’s NSW-based consultant working with Australian teachers in their move to the UK. In his latest blog he chats about the exchange rate and what the fluctuating numbers mean for you. For anybody who has been keeping an eye on the currency markets recently (such an exciting pastime...) you would have noticed a steady increase in the Aussie dollar aga
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18/08/17
Protocol Testimonial: Alana & Rory (Australia)
Protocol Testimonial: Alana & Rory (Australia)
    Alana & Rory - 2 new grads from the University of Newcastle who moved into a 1 bed flat in Shepherds Bush at the start of 2017 What made you decide to teach in England?  Primarily, I decided to teach in England, (and also I’m sure the same for every other overseas trained teacher), for the amazing travel opportunities and for the  simple fact that London
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17/08/17

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