Your dream role is out there. We’d love to help you find it.

Teaching is a career that can really take you places. You can travel internationally and experience different cultures, all while developing your career. No matter where you long to teach or wherever you see yourself going, you can take the first step at the Tes International Jobs Fair.

It’s your chance to meet a host of international schools, who are looking to hand-pick exceptional teachers, just like you. We understand it’s a big decision to decide to teach overseas – it’s not just moving jobs, but moving your whole life – we’re here to inspire and connect you with the right opportunities.


Saturday 11 January

The main event will take place on Saturday. You can meet and chat to different schools, discover free CPD sessions and attend interviews that have been pre-arranged or that schools invite you to on the day.

Curious to know what happens at one of our fairs? Watch this video to find out more.

Sunday 12 January

With Saturday being such a busy day, you may be invited by some schools to attend interviews on the Sunday. These will take place at the same venue and you’ll only need to attend if you’re invited to an interview on that day.


Business Design Centre
52 Upper St
The Angel
N1 0QH

Schools attending

There will be over 60 schools from 21 countries represented at the fair, including France, Spain, Italy, Venezuela, UAE, Hong Kong and Thailand.

Vacancies by region

East Asia

  • Art teachers
  • Biology teachers
  • Business studies & economics teacher
  • Chemistry teachers
  • Computer science teachers
  • Design and technology teacher
  • Drama teachers
  • Economics teacher
  • English teachers
  • ESL teachers
  • EYFS teachers
  • Geography teachers
  • History teachers
  • Global studies teacher
  • Assistant head of upper school
  • Head of drama
  • Head of girl's boarding
  • Head of inclusion
  • Head of KS4 music
  • Head of performing art
  • Head of primary music
  • Head of science
  • Heads of boy's boarding
  • History teacher
  • Housemasters/mistresses
  • Humanities teacher
  • ICT teachers
  • Librarians
  • Maths teachers
  • Music teachers
  • PE teachers
  • Physics teachers
  • Preschool / kindergarten teachers
  • Primary art teacher
  • Primary english teachers
  • Primary science teacher
  • Primary teacher
  • Psychology teacher
  • PYP forest school and outdoor education leader
  • Science teachers
  • Spanish and French teacher
  • STEAM teachers
  • University counsellor
  • Visual art teacher


  • Art teachers
  • Biology teachers
  • Biology teacher (IBDP)
  • Business studies teachers
  • Chemistry teachers
  • Computer science teacher
  • Creative arts teacher
  • EAL teacher
  • Economics teachers
  • English teacher (IBDP)
  • English teachers
  • EYFS teachers
  • French teacher
  • Geography teacher
  • Head of economics
  • Humanities teachers
  • IB coordinator
  • ICT/Computer science teachers
  • Junior teachers
  • Maths and chemistry teacher (IBDP)
  • Maths and physics teacher
  • Maths teacher (IBDP)
  • Maths teachers
  • MFL teacher
  • Nursery teachers
  • PE teachers
  • Physics teacher
  • Primary English teacher
  • Primary German teacher
  • Primary teachers
  • PYP coordinator
  • PYP primary teachers
  • Reception teachers
  • Science teacher (IBDP)
  • Science teachers
  • SENDCo with maths or science experience
  • Social studies teacher
  • Spanish teachers

Latin America

  • English teacher
  • EYFS teacher
  • Geography teacher
  • Head of global education
  • Head of languages
  • Head of STEM
  • History teacher
  • Humanities teacher
  • Literacy and language coordinator (primary)
  • Maths teacher
  • Primary teachers
  • Science teacher

Middle East

  • Arabic A teacher
  • Arabic B teacher
  • Art teachers
  • Art teacher (IB)
  • Art, design and technology teacher
  • Assistant head of primary
  • Biology teachers
  • Business studies and accounting teacher
  • Business studies teachers
  • Chemistry teachers
  • Computer science teachers
  • Design and technology teacher
  • Drama teachers
  • EAL teachers
  • Early years teachers
  • Economics teachers
  • English teachers
  • ESL teacher
  • EYFS teachers
  • Food technology teacher
  • Foundation stage leader
  • French teachers
  • Geography teachers
  • Heads of art
  • Head of business and economics
  • Head of english
  • Heads of ICT
  • Head of TOK
  • History teachers
  • Humanities teachers
  • ICT teachers
  • Inclusion teacher
  • Individuals and societies teacher
  • Learning support teacher KS3
  • Librarian teacher
  • Maths teacher (IB)
  • Maths teachers
  • MFL teachers
  • Music teachers
  • PE teacher (girls)
  • PE teachers
  • Performing arts teacher
  • Phase leader
  • Physics teachers
  • Primary inclusion teacher
  • Primary Islamic B teacher
  • Primary SEN teachers
  • Primary teachers
  • Psychology teachers
  • Psychology/sociology teachers
  • Science teacher (chemistry and biology)
  • Science teachers
  • SEN teachers
  • Social studies teacher
  • Sociology teacher
  • Spanish teacher
  • Spanish/French Teacher
  • Visual arts teacher
  • Year 4 leader

Southeast Asia

  • Director of whole school IT, innovation and design thinking
  • French teacher
  • PE Teacher and coordinator of gymnastics
  • Primary learning support coordinator

Free CPD sessions running throughout Saturday 11 Jan

During this interactive session, you’ll gain a deeper understanding of the many ways that diversity strengthens the international school community. Together we’ll discuss the unique experiences international students have, how to recognise a Third Culture Kid (TCK) and how to embrace diversity the classroom. 

Specifically designed to give you an understanding of the SEND code of practice. During the session, you’ll develop an understanding of two specific conditions - ASC and ADHD. You’ll leave with an awareness of the difficulties students may face and strategies, linked to the Autism Act and the SEND code of practice, to aid learning. 


How it works

RegisterRegister below to secure your ticket for the fair.

RegisterMake sure you’ve completed My CV and ticked the box to opt in to be contacted about jobs. If you haven’t done this, you won’t be able to apply or interview for any jobs at the event.

RegisterWe’ll start matching you with vacancies. If we find a match, we’ll propose you to the school and you’ll get an email notification confirming your application for the role.

RegisterIf a school thinks you’re a good fit, they may contact you to schedule an interview at the event.

RegisterSchools will also be inviting people they meet at the event to interview the same day, so don’t worry if you haven’t been contacted beforehand. 



Tes reserves the right to cancel or change any event for any reason, including but not limited to acts of God, floods, lightning, storm, fire, explosion, war, military operations, acts of terrorism or threats of any such acts, any strike action, lock-outs or other industrial action and a pandemic, epidemic or other widespread illness etc. In the event of such cancellation Tes will not be liable for any travel, accommodation or other costs incurred by any school, organisation or individual planning to attend the event. Tes will make every reasonable effort to ensure that if an event is cancelled or changed for any reason, that reasonable notice is given and a substitute event is offered where appropriate.


Please view our terms and conditions here.


What do I need to do before the event?

Before the event, we'll try to match you with vacancies the schools attending are recruiting for. If you get matched, schools may contact you to pre-arrange interviews with you on the day.

If you don't have any pre-arranged interviews, don’t worry - you'll be able to meet and chat with schools at the event and many of their interviews will be arranged over the course of the day.

Please complete the following steps if you'd like to be matched with roles and attend interviews at the event:

  1. Go to My CV in your Tes account
  2. Tick the box at the top of your My CV to say you would like to be contacted about opportunities that match My CV and interests. If you do not tick this box, we cannot match you with any roles or propose you to any schools.
  3. Complete My CV in your Tes account. We'll use this to match you with roles and it'll be shared with the schools you match with.

Who should attend?

This event is primarily for qualified teachers with an interest in teaching overseas. There may be some SLT roles available, but the vacancies will mostly be for teaching roles. We will email all attendees a list of vacancies before the fair, so they can make sure there are roles they are interested in.

What times do I need to be at the event?

You may arrive at any time between 10am and 2pm on Saturday 11 January. The schools will be in the Exhibition Area throughout the day, ready to meet you and talk about their available roles. The event closes at 4pm, however, you may leave at any time.

You will only need to attend on Sunday 12 January if a school has invited you to come back for an interview on that day.

How do I get there?

The venue entrance is just off Upper Street; for the best directions launch the location in Google Maps. The entrance on Liverpool Road is for loading only and does not allow access for pedestrians. 

Public Transport

The nearest tube station, Angel (Northern line), is a five minute walk away allowing you to travel to the Central London within minutes. Just a little further in the opposite direction is Highbury and Islington with great underground and overground connections.


Upper Street Car Park is located next to the Business Design Centre and Hilton Hotel and you can pre-book here.

What do I need to bring?

Please bring your ticket with you as well as a pen and some paper if you would like to take part in the CPD sessions. You can show your ticket on your phone or bring a printed version. 

Make sure you have fully completed your Tes My CV before Saturday and ticked the box to allow us to contact you about opportunities. If you are speaking with a school about a role you’re interested in, simply give them your Tes ID (which we will provide you with when you arrive at the event) or scan their QR code to share your Tes My CV with them - there is no need to bring a printed CV.

What should I wear?

As you may be interviewing for roles on the day, we would recommend dressing smartly (and comfortably).

Will there be any refreshments?

Refreshments will not be available within the event areas, however, there are plenty of options available in the local area - take a look.

Can I bring my family with me?

We know that moving overseas is a big decision, and one that involves the whole family, so please feel free to bring your partner or spouse with you on the day.

Please be aware, however, there won't be facilities provided for children at the fair.