Teach English in Vietnam
At GLN, the members of the teaching force are guaranteed:
1. A highly competitive compensation package
2. Support for professional growth by encouraging them to participate in seminar-workshops, especially those organized by McMillan and the British Council
3. World-class facilities and teaching resources
4. Support from its dedicated academic management team
To work at GLN, teachers need:
1) University degree
2) A qualification in English Language Teaching (CELTA, TESOL or equivalent):
Your certification must be from a recognized provider and be a minimum of a 4 week course with an observed teaching component. Any on-line certificates or distance learning will not be counted towards certification unless they contain a substantial classroom component.
Due to government regulations regarding work permits, you will need to bring:
– The original copies of your BA degree and CELTA/TEFL certificate. Photocopies are not acceptable.
– A clean police clearance certificate
1. A soft copy of your full CV (dated and with references)
2. A scanned copy of passport page with details and photograph
3. Your preferred start date.
Please email to: [email protected]
If you wish to travel and work where the culture is rich and vibrant, and where a dining experience is unbelievably cheap and sumptuous, then Vietnam is definitely a wise choice.
The demand for ESL teachers in the country is high. There are hundreds of language schools in Ho Chi Minh and Hanoi (the country’s capital) along with plenty of jobs. You can also check out “Tuoi Tre” newspaper, it is considered the best publication when looking for English teaching jobs…. Read More
In Vietnam, the average monthly salary for EFL teachers, based on a 15-25 hour work week, is between VND16,845,000-23,583,000 (US$1000-1400). There is also huge demand for private classes for adults and businessmen, mostly in the evenings or weekends. The hourly rate for these classes is VND 168,450-252,675 (US$10-18). … Read More
To legally enter Vietnam, you would need to apply for a Multiple Entry Business Visa and should have a job lined up beforehand. Your prospective employer is responsible for filing a pre-authorization application with the Vietnamese immigration department on your behalf. … Read More
Interviews with English Teachers in Vietnam
Interview with Sherry Ott, teaching English in Vietnam