Welcome to
Edu-Link Canada

where we globally connect educators and students

About Us

Teaching and Traveling

Are you looking to combine your passion of teaching with that of traveling? Then Edu-Link Canada is the perfect place for you. As current educators with experience in teaching internationally, we are your number one choice in finding the best global position for you. 

Mentoring and Coaching

At Edu-Link Canada we specialize in a highly personalized approach to brokering international teaching contracts. We take the time to get to know you as an educator, thereby finding you the ideal position in a global classroom. Your overall satisfaction is paramount to our recruiting process. 

Tips and Tools

When you choose Edu-Link Canada you receive the appropriate tools you need to be a successful international educator. Our recruiters offer relatable and practical insight into your future experience as a global educator. They provide you with invaluable in-field expertise and best practices you can implement inside and outside of the classroom during your professional adventure. 


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Contact Us

Edu-Link Canada

(647) 839 LINK


Monday - Friday: 9am - 5pm

Saturday: By appointment

Sunday: Closed

Quick Tips

Embrace the Local Cuisine

Be willing to try new foods. In many countries Western food is difficult to find and typically expensive. Plus, why have a fast-food burger when you can have authentic dim sum in Hong Kong?  

Be Flexible

 If you are occasional teaching like I did you need to be open to the fact that you may be travelling to a different school and teaching a different grade every day. Not to mention , you are in another country. These factors can come with their stresses, so having a high adversity quotient is an asset.     

Play to Your Strengths

 If you are a regimented person who works better in a routine, aim for a long-term occasional contract. That way you know where you are going everyday and who you are teaching. Although you may not have as much time to travel to other cities or countries because of lesson planning and marking, you will be a better teacher and a happier person.     

Be Friendly

If you are shy or more introverted it might be difficult for you to meet new people or make friends. Luckily for me my partner is very outgoing and was willing to strike up a conversation with just about anybody. If you do not know it by now, become fluent in small-talk—it goes a long way.   


This gave me the opportunity to meet countless people, many of whom I am still in touch with today. Some are personal connections that have turned into long-distance friendships and others are career related associates, but all are invaluable.     

Explore Yourself

Being out of your comfort zone is the best way to test your limits and as a result, grow as an individual. The adventures not only travelling, but teaching can bring, allow you to get to know yourself deeper and learn lessons that last a lifetime.  

Job Postings

Please send cover letter, resume and Skype ID to lyncoln.freitas@edulink.ca

English as Foreign Language Teachers in China (pdf)


High School Teachers in China (pdf)


K-12 All Subjects (pdf)


Kindergarten Teachers in China (pdf)


Vice Principal job posting (pdf)