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University Students/ graduates required to teach English in Thailand/ other countries in 2018 or 2019 (322 views)

China, Vietnam
23rd November 2017

Are you an exciting person who wants to travel and see the world? How about getting paid to do so at the same time? Explore a new culture, learn a new language, see a new country – and learn new skills by becoming an English teacher abroad. You really can make a difference to children around the world who need to break the cycle of poverty and learn English for a better future! Plus YOU’LL be paid for it.

What’s more – no experience in teaching is necessary, and you don’t need to know a foreign language to teach English! You are fully trained.

We are looking for university students/ graduates to teach English in Thailand/ other countries in 2018 or 2019, and we have hundreds of vacancies every year. We have developed a Thailand Salary vs. Living Costs Guide – made by real millennials teaching abroad – that you can read and digest, and get a feel for how much you can make in real terms, along with showing you the things YOU can spend your money on when YOU teach English in the country.

We offer this guide for free here:

The teaching week in Thailand is Monday to Friday (so weekends off to explore!), normally only 25 teaching hours per week. School term dates are May to Sept, then Nov to Feb each year and short contracts are available. Teaching in the same area as other peers is common, as is making new friends for life through our teaching programs.

Why seek a career at home right away when you can explore a new country and gain new skills, all the while doing something good for others? It’s a no brainer – come teach with us! Get the Thailand Salary Guide and find out for yourself how much you can save teaching English abroad.