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Moving To Thailand, Has Anyone Heard Of Chichester College?

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:) Hello! Im new to the forums and Im also moving to Thailand, Im looking for general advice and also about the school Im attenting to get my degree (TEFL/TESL) certificate, Chichester College! Look like a great school and Im very excited! Has anyone heard of that school?

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:) Hello! Im new to the forums and Im also moving to Thailand, Im looking for general advice and also about the school Im attenting to get my degree (TEFL/TESL) certificate, Chichester College! Look like a great school and Im very excited! Has anyone heard of that school?

I understand that it is part of Chichester College in England. In fact my old college. They run a good and recognised programme.

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:) Hello! Im new to the forums and Im also moving to Thailand, Im looking for general advice and also about the school Im attenting to get my degree (TEFL/TESL) certificate, Chichester College! Look like a great school and Im very excited! Has anyone heard of that school?

I understand that it is part of Chichester College in England. In fact my old college. They run a good and recognised programme.

Great to hear! You went to the College in England or in Bangkok?

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I got my TEFL from Chichester College at their Bangkok branch about five years ago. TEFL certificate recognized by the university which hired me. Was a good program with well-qualified teachers and practical instruction.

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I got my TEFL from Chichester College at their Bangkok branch about five years ago. TEFL certificate recognized by the university which hired me. Was a good program with well-qualified teachers and practical instruction.

More good news! :) Im sure I will like college! How hard was it to get a college job?

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I got my TEFL from Chichester College at their Bangkok branch about five years ago. TEFL certificate recognized by the university which hired me. Was a good program with well-qualified teachers and practical instruction.

More good news! :) Im sure I will like college! How hard was it to get a college job?

Most Universities require teachers they hire to have a degree, not just a TEFL Certificate. But you never know, good luck, give it a go.

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I got my TEFL from Chichester College at their Bangkok branch about five years ago. TEFL certificate recognized by the university which hired me. Was a good program with well-qualified teachers and practical instruction.

More good news! :) Im sure I will like college! How hard was it to get a college job?

Most Universities require teachers they hire to have a degree, not just a TEFL Certificate. But you never know, good luck, give it a go.

Well, of course. If you have a bachelor's degree already, we have an opening. PM me.

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Welcome to the forum. Keep us informed about how your doing.

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Im really excited about the replies so far! Im sure this will be a wonderful experence, while I did go to college I never finished. I took advanced English in high school and did fairly well! I need to brush on on grammer, but Im so excited! I never expected ot be planning to leave the USA and to be teaching in a Asian country. This all happened about 2 months ago, I was wanting a change of pace, I work in a casino dealing cards. I needed to find a job that allowed me to help people and to experence a new culture. My mother always told me that without a broad view of the world you can not really be apart of it or understand it. I came across this college and it looked so great! I have a very close friend in Thailand so this naturally happened! Im looking forward to awkward culture shock, misscommunications and of course learning a new language! Although Thai writing seems insanely hard to read! Imust admit Im worried about fitting into Bangkok and about finding people to socialize with, but a new experence will be to great to pass up!

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....while I did go to college I never finished.....

I came across this college and it looked so great!

Remarkable. Best of luck.

tickmark.gifGuaranteed Job

All graduates of the course go on to secure the paid teaching position of their choice.

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Im really excited about the replies so far! Im sure this will be a wonderful experence, while I did go to college I never finished. I took advanced English in high school and did fairly well! I need to brush on on grammer, but Im so excited! I never expected ot be planning to leave the USA and to be teaching in a Asian country. This all happened about 2 months ago, I was wanting a change of pace, I work in a casino dealing cards. I needed to find a job that allowed me to help people and to experence a new culture. My mother always told me that without a broad view of the world you can not really be apart of it or understand it. I came across this college and it looked so great! I have a very close friend in Thailand so this naturally happened! Im looking forward to awkward culture shock, misscommunications and of course learning a new language! Although Thai writing seems insanely hard to read! Imust admit Im worried about fitting into Bangkok and about finding people to socialize with, but a new experence will be to great to pass up!

Be very careful! The second half of the course contains a section entitled "The Superfluous Use Of Exclamation Marks" ! It's a minefield for the unwary! Good luck! :) !!!!!!!

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I obtained ny TESOL at the Bangkok Branch.

It is hardly a 'college'..more like 6-8 rooms. The course was good however and the instructors were excellent. I managed to secure my own position before the course finished but the other guys and gals on the course all secured positions afterwards.

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I obtained ny TESOL at the Bangkok Branch.

It is hardly a 'college'..more like 6-8 rooms. The course was good however and the instructors were excellent. I managed to secure my own position before the course finished but the other guys and gals on the course all secured positions afterwards.

Great to hear! Im hoping I can find a good position where I can support myself without the need for a second job!

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I obtained ny TESOL at the Bangkok Branch.
It is hardly a 'college'..more like 6-8 rooms. The course was good however and the instructors were excellent. I managed to secure my own position before the course finished but the other guys and gals on the course all secured positions afterwards.

Yep. I went to Chichester in 2006: agree with all the above. PLUS an emphasis on practicalities, invaluable for learning the 'easy' way. Check out Discovery Lodge about [from memory] 2/3 blocks from the school, away from MRT's Suthisan station - great atmosphere and 'Nina', the owner, full of friendly, useful advice. Good luck :)

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