We have a large team of student advisers. They are here to help our students with any questions they may have regarding ESL teaching.
These unpaid volunteer advisers are a valuable asset to both students and the university alike, since they are full time ESL teachers and currently work in many countries around the world.
They are able to give advice on general teaching practices and any issues a new teacher might have in the world of ESL teaching. They can also advise on the best countries to teach in, and what to expect when teaching in a particular country for the first time.
Teaching ESL for the first time can also be a little nerve-racking, but with a little help from our advisers, they can make this an enjoyable and fulfilling experience for new ESL teachers.
If you have any questions, feel free to use the contact link in the menu above to get in touch. There is always an adviser at hand!
Max Diamond, Advisory Team Leader & Senior Student Adviser
Currently teaching in Saudi Arabia