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Teach in the UK

Explore the vibrant streets of London or spend your days in the English countryside. Working in the UK is the experience of a lifetime. 

With Europe on your doorstep, you can always play as hard as you work. Weekend trip to Rome or Paris, anyone?! Getting out of your comfort zone can help develop your career and skills in ways you never imagined, making lifelong friends around the world and experiences you can draw upon when returning home.

In addition to teaching, we also offer opportunities in support roles including:

  • Teaching assistants
  • Cover supervisors and exam invigilators
  • Administrators
  • Lab technicians
  • Groundskeepers
 

We're always here to support you every step of the way

We'll ensure your journey runs smoothly, providing:

  • Guidance from expert consultants who’ve lived the dream themselves!
  • Assistance with visas, security clearances and setting up bank accounts
  • Work opportunities available pre-departure and upon arrival
  • Assistance finding accommodation, local activities and travel advice
  • App based management of your work schedule for convenience and reliability
  • Online social platforms so you can connect with other travellers before departing
  • Flight reimbursements available - conditions apply

Slang Wars

Rob and Tundra provide useful tips on translating "English" to "English" when working and travelling in London.

Where can I work?

We have offices across the UK to help you get on your teaching career journey abroad.

UK Locations

Requirements

UK Recognised Qualifications
If you're a qualified Teacher in Canada, your qualifications will be recognized in the UK and will be eligible to teach there. If you don't have a teaching qualification you will still be suitable for Support or Nursery (Early Childhood) roles.
Working VISA or UK Working Rights
The most common entry to work in the UK if you're aged 18-30 is via a Tier 5 Youth Mobility Visa (formerly UK Working Visa). Alternatively if you have a UK or EU passport you will be able to teach in the UK. For more information on UK work visas click here
Up to date CV
We will require an up to date version of your resume - please review our Resume tips. If you are applying for a contract or permanent role, we can provide a template specific to anzuk.
2 Work Referees
Please include two work references for us to contact, who can verify your experience and ability.
National Police Check
Visit the National Crime Check website for more details.

Upcoming info sessions

Want to learn more about teaching in the UK?Attend one of our free info sessions to find out more.

Testimonials from teachers in the UK

Recent Blog Articles about working abroad

Melbourne Area Guide

4/09/2020

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Returning to Canada - A Melbourne Reunion

26/08/2020

I think most people would agree that the best part about travelling and teaching abroad is the people you meet. We (Donald and Cooper) were lucky enough to create an… Read More

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Why you should live in Bristol

20/08/2020

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Read More: Why you should live in Bristol

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Interested in a working holiday adventure in the UK?
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