SO I would like to teach English as a second language in South Korea or Spain eventually after college. I want to be able to travel as well. Will I be able to pursue those things as a nurse though? The more I think about it, the less viable it seems because as a nurse I will probably have to get two years of experience of nursing before I can do anything else right? I know this is all over the place but if anyone could just comment their personal experiences that would be great. Also, the reason I mentioned South Korea is because that is where I truly dream of living, but there aren't many jobs for nurses who aren't fluent so I figure TESL is my best bet to going there.
Aug 14, '17
I'm not sure what you are asking. Of course, you can travel to any country and teach ESL. However, you can't just travel to another country and immediately work as a nurse there. You would have to research the licensing requirements for the individual country. If you want to travel internationally, look at the Peace Corps or the military.