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  1. Tom Daigle
    November 20, 2013

    It should be noted that a Bachelor’s Degree is not actually necessary to land yourself a job in Indonesia. You will find employers willing to hire you even without this, so long as you have your TEFL certificate (min 120 hours). They prefer some experience, but there are also schools who will hire you without.
    With a degree, you will find that you have access to higher salaried positions, but given the low cost of living in Indonesia in general, any package you are offered is going to be comfortable for you.
    Don’t let the degree hold you back. I didn’t finish my degree and decided to teach English in Indonesia instead and landed a very nice role with a great school.. So if this is what you want to do, do it!

    • Timothy Sharp
      January 5, 2014

      Hi Tom, I am very interested in coming to teach in Bali but am concerned that not having a degree will hold me back. I did go to college but am 18 credits away from a BA and don’t have the money as of now to finish. Can you possibly point me in the right direction of company’s that may hire with only the tefl/tesol??

      Thank you for your time and look forward to hearing from you!

  2. Hafsa Younus
    September 21, 2012

    Hi Daniel,

    I was wondering what company you went through to land your teaching job in Bali?

    Thank you

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