Teach English in Malaysia
SALARY: RM5,000 per month
What we offer:
1)A salary of RM5,000 per month. While not exactly ’big money’ it is enough to live very comfortably on in Malaysia.
2)A renewable two-year contract.
3)A full working visa.
4)A five day working week (Weds to Sun).
Our academic programs:
* Class size is limited to 12, but average about 7. Most students attend pre-school or primary school but there are also growing numbers of young learners and adult conversational English groups. English levels range from beginner to advanced.
* Our school has a comprehensive language resource library.
* Teachers are provided with a comprehensive syllabus for each course but are encouraged to adapt the course for their individual teaching style and their students’ needs.
1)Applicants must be between 25 and 40 years old
2)Have an recognised teaching qualification (e.g. CELTA, degree in relevant subject, etc)
3)The ability to teach a range of courses to students of different age groups.
4)Be a national of the UK, USA, Ireland, Australia or New Zealand.
email – [email protected]
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