Why Teach In Vietnam?
Earn A High Salary
As an ESL Teacher in Vietnam, you can earn 4 times the cost of living. This means you can spend and still save a lot of money every month.
20 Hour Work Week
Leave your 9-5 job. With only a 20 hour work week, ESL teachers have ample time for exploring and or working on other projects.
Travel The Country
With paid leave, public holidays as well as international holidays, you have so much time to travel Vietnam and surrounding countries.
Meet Amazing People
Vietnam has some of the friendliest and most interesting people. The expat community is also thriving in Vietnam. A chance to make some great friends.
For visa reasons, all teachers must have a bachelors degree. This degree can be in ANY field, but if it's in education then you have a wider choice of schools to work with. From public to international private schools.
A TEFL Certificate is an industry standard. Every teacher teaching English as a foreign language has to have a TEFL certificate or something similar like a CELTA or a TESOL. Anything over 100 Hours is accepted.
Fluent Level Of English
This is the most obvious one. If you want to teach English, you have to have a fluent level of English. Whether this means you are a native speaker or you have learned English and can speak it fluently, you ave to have a great command of the language.
Passion For Teaching
Without passion, one cannot succeed in life. This is true of teachers as well. Teachers have a passion for educating young minds and helping create a better future for all. This passion is shown in their classroom and their interaction with students
ISTA Vietnam Vacancies
ISTA Vietnam will be opening its doors to teachers in the new school year. Stay tuned for more info on this page.
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