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TESL refers to teaching English as a second language: programs in English-speaking countries for students who first language is other than English.
TEFL refers to teaching English as a foreign language: programs in countries where English is not the primary language and is not a lingua franca.
TESOL, which stands for teaching English to speakers of other languages, is a general name for the field of teaching that includes both TESL and TEFL. It's important not to confuse all occurrences of the acronym TESOL with TESOL International Association.
Most of the time no single degree, certificate, or license authorizes an individual to teach TESL/TEFL in all fields or in all parts of the world. Job requirements are specific to the open job position for specific company, institution or school and the employer. Not all the have same demand documentation and may vary from one job to another. Depending on the place one is teaching, generally speaking, the minimum qualification to teach English in private language schools throughout the world is a bachelor’s degree and some type of TESL or TEFL certificate
In the United States, you must obtain a field-specific teaching license from the state where you wish to work. You may want to contact the department or ministry of education in the country where you plan to work for more information about that country’s educational system and academic requirements for TESL / TEFL teachers.