LINGUISTICS & CULTURE
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I recommend you apply for the Michigan Proficiency Exam and get the University of Michingan certificate at you local USA bi-national center ( centro bi-nacional Brasil-Estados Unidos) or you can get the Cambridge Proficiency Exam but that is at a very higher level than Michigan. Either of those certificates will look good on your resume.
The thing is if you want to teach at the public education system then you'll need a teaching degree as per the law. To teach at private schools or institutions I don't believe you need a degree but you do need experience.
ESL/EFL teachers who teach at open courses will be better off by getting some international experience, although it is not required.
The international examination business has improved a lot in the last few years.
There's a school named BridgeLinguaTec that offers a short certificate program, not a degree though, but a short certificate program at an affordable rate and non-native speakers are welcome to apply for the course. They require some level of proficiency in English, as indicated below
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