Students looking to teach abroad are in high demand in Asia and some Ontarians have met the call. Kristofer Kravis has just begun his six-month teaching expedition in Thailand while Robert Lawson has recently returned home from teaching in Seoul, South Korea, and Spain. Both of them have advice and tips for students planning to teach abroad.
Provided below are some pointers on how to follow Kravis’s route to teaching English in Thailand.
All videos and photos are provided by Kristofer Kravis.
Information on obtaining a Thailand Travel Visa HERE
Checklist for tourists visiting Thailand
- Certificate of Entry (COE)
- Valid visa in your passport
- Declaration form
- Medical Certificate with a laboratory result indicating that COVID-19 is not detected. The COVID test must be by the RT-PCR method, within 72 hours before departure. Some airlines do not accept home kit tests so please check specific requirements with the airlines you are travelling with.
- Printed COVID-19 travel insurance certificate and all pages of the terms and conditions on the COVID-19 coverage and medical benefits. You may be refused to board the flight if you could not show that the insurance meets this requirement.
- Copy of confirmed ASQ hotel booking
- Copy of confirmed flight reservation
- T8 Health form
- You must download the Thailand Plus application on your mobile phone
- Information obtained from the Thailand embassy