do i need a degree in english language in order to teach english abroad?Watch
yeah but i want a well-paying ESL job, not one that doesnt pay good. Im assuming competition is high for well paying esl jobs though so surely i would need all the advantages i can get right?
Whilst I'm sure it's beneficial to have one you don't really need a degree at all. I dropped out of uni and applied for a position on a whim, had a Skype interview and succeeded in getting the job. I was so incredibly close to going, had started the visa process, been in touch with the embassy (primarily for advice) when I chickened out and withdrew. The pay was decent and enough to live off and I had the offer reviewed by an independent agency and it all checked out and was legit. I just changed my mind.