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Pearson Edexcel Teacher Competition, Europe & Africa Schools

The international Pearson Edexcel Teacher Competition encourages teachers in Europe & Africa to bust myths with their students and to ‘Think Again… More...

5 steps to help your students prepare for university study abroad

Are your students preparing to study abroad? Here are our top tips to help them make the most of their experience. More...

BTEC Awards 2019 Award winners
BTEC Awards 2019

BTEC Awards 2019 took place on Thursday 4th July at Central Hall Westminister, London. Read about the key highlights now. More...

Win 1 of 2 tickets to ECIS Leadership conference, 24-27 April 2019

Still not sure if you can make it to the ECIS Leadership Conference in Lisbon this April? Perhaps we can help! More...

How can we encourage more women and girls to pursue STEM careers?

Tackling unconscious bias and building resilience in girls, to help them succeed in Science, Technology, Engineering and Maths (STEM) careers. More...

New Coordinators
Welcome to our new iPLS Coordinators!

Find out more about our new recruits from Albert Einstein School in HCMC, Vietnam. More...

Let me tell you about #myBTEC

I ask Kodeck Mose what helped make BTEC such a success in his school? “Most importantly, I had support from the students; they are so passionate abo… More...

Resources include Teacher's Guides, Lesson Plans and Curriculum documents
iPrimary and iLowerSecondary video tours

What is it like to teach iPrimary and iLowerSecondary? Take a tour! More...

Students aged 13-17: Join our Global Student Forum

An exciting opportunity for your students to have a say on what works and doesn’t work with the new ideas we are developing to help students learn -… More...

Happy International Teachers' Day!

This competition is now closed and the winners have been contacted on email. More...

See us at table 11 at the IB conference in San Diego
An Ode to IB

I love the IB, it’s what got me where I am today, a Commissioning Editor for all things IB. I get to work with passionate authors to create resource… More...

International School Awards
Get recognition for your school’s outstanding initiatives and achievements

The British International School Award goes International – and we are proud to support it! More...

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The kind of teaching that makes a (good) difference

Exclusive insight into how to stand out as a teacher in your career More...

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The insatiable demand for international school teachers

The already extensive job opportunities will rise in number, as countries get wealthier and the growing middle classes demand private education. More...

Inspirational Leadership? Which women leaders do you most admire? I’m Stumped. #IWD2018

Inspirational leadership? I was recently asked ‘which women leaders do you most admire?’ This stumped me. More...

Is the grass really greener on the other side?
What is it really like to teach overseas?

Working abroad is rewarding – but it won’t be one long holiday. More...

In central Asia, average teacher salaries are $52,800
5 reasons to up sticks and teach abroad

With jobs aplenty, good wages and better work-life balance, British teachers are being lured to China, Bahrain, Nairobi and more. More...

Teachers in Switzerland have the highest annual salaries, $68,000 on average
How teaching jobs compare around the world

The British education system is one of the most highly regarded in the developed world – but what is it like teaching elsewhere? More...

The Seychelles can be a tropical paradise for teachers who wish to work abroad.
How to move your career overseas – without the hassle

Settling families into new homes, schools, languages and cultures can be a challenge. More...

Most countries outside of the European Union have unique visa processes.
Obtaining a visa to teach abroad

There can be plenty of red tape, but getting a visa doesn’t have to be a fraught process. More...

British teachers can work almost anywhere in the world.
Globetrotters: What are the opportunities for UK teachers to work abroad?

Brits are being lured overseas by competitive salaries, extensive benefits and a better work-life balance. More...

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