ESL Teacher Trainers in Malaysia

Teach English Abroad

Teach English in  Malaysia

SALARY: Basic salary of 7,000 Ringgits per month

WORKING CONDITIONS:
classes
• Manage school visits
• Provide selections of one-on-one support
• Formal on-going observations
• Training & mentoring
• Coaching & co-teaching

Remuneration / Package:
• Return flights from wherever you are in the world
• Basic salary of 7,000 Ringgits per month
• Accommodation allowance provided monthly (750 Ringgit)
• Company Car to a high standard with monthly fuel allowance provided (450 Ringgit)

REQUIREMENTS:
• English Native Tongue
• University Degree
• At least 3 years recent experience teaching English as a Foreign

CONTACT INFORMATION:
send your Curriculum Vitae to [email protected]

Teach English in Malaysia (General Information)


Malaysia represents one of the world’s most exotic destinations for would-be EFL teachers. It’s capital, Kuala Lumpur, is a heady mix of soaring skyscrapers and fascinating temples and mosques; ultramodern shopping centers and Tudor-style buildings left over from British colonial days; hi-tech driver-less trains and charming rickshaws. The country is also blessed with a tropical climate, spectacular scenery and a rich cuisine. …  Read More

Teach English in Malaysia (Cost of Living)


The low cost of living in Malaysia means that an average EFL teacher’s salary of RM 4,000 (US$1,090) per month is more than sufficient for a comfortable standard of living. Like any other country, your ability to put money aside for travel and savings will largely depend upon your lifestyle. Eating only western food, buying western goods and going to tourist bars and clubs is, of course, more expensive than living as the locals do. …  Read More

Teach English in Malaysia (Visa Requirements)


Strictly-speaking, applications for working visas should be made at a Malaysian Representative Office Abroad before entering the country. However, very few TEFL jobs in Malaysia are advertised internationally and employers would expect to be able to conduct an interview in person and consider your application carefully before offering you a position. The chances of you being able to secure a teaching post from outside the country are extremely low. …  Read More